Phil Willmott navigates a steady course through Bernard Shaw’s turbulent Heartbreak House though he occasionally drifts away from meaningful satire and into jolly farce.
You’d think that there is no more to be said about George Bernard Shaw. You’d be wrong. As Professor Christopher Innes and mezzo-soprano Brigitte Bogar say in the informative booklet for their recently released CD of Shaw’s Musical Universe, the songs composed by GBS and his opera-singer mother Lucinda Carr-Shaw “are almost completely unknown”.
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