- Stars and Snow
- What makes it unlike any A-major chord in history is the noise that wells up within it: clanging bells, bellowing gongs, an upward-glissandoing horn, the sandy rattle of a geophone (a drum filled with lead pellets).
- LPO, Jurowski, Royal Festival Hall
- At the dead centre of the symphony, the ghosts' waltzing high noon, every lurid glissandoing groan, shock slap and woodwind wail made its mark; not even among the many recordings – and I listened to all that were available some years back for BBC Radio ...
- Atthis, Linbury Theatre, review: Sappho brought brilliantly to life
- And what transpired was an extraordinary meld of sound and image, as Haas's tendril-like melodic lines intertwined with the singer's swooping and glissandoing lament, while surreal imagery was projected in slow-motion onto the disc.
- Argerich, Staatskapelle Berlin, Barenboim, RFH
- The strings were full-blooded in well-moulded climaxes but never sensuous – a shortcoming in a love-scene the only interest of which lay in the clarity of the two swooning, glissandoing harps.
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