George Lloyd — English Composer

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I first heard of George Lloyd about thirty years ago when I came across his second piano concerto on BBC Radio 3. I was overwhelmed by it, by its simplicity and stretched melodic lines that slowly embrace you like a lover. And the music is both mysterious (like a good thriller writer Lloyd doesn’t give too much away too soon) yet familiar — familiar in the sense that its root stock comes from Delius and Vaughan Williams, yet, with…

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