O'Regan: Fallen words
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Tarik O'Regan has been steadily producing a body of organ compositions of a consistently high standard for a number of years, and this latest from 2013 is one of the best. Inspired by the traditional form of Japanese entertainment Rakugo (' fallen words'), a minimalist form of story-telling, this is an intimate, understated work of tightly controlled structure. O'Regan's harmonic language and melodic gesture are more adventurous than perhaps we might expect, and there is plenty of scope for colour in performance, making this excellent fare for a recital. Huw Morgan
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