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What's amazing in the standard Dean Young poem is how much speed, vocal inflection, and data are packed propulsively into each cubic inch: as in the opening of "Learning to Live with Bliss":
Harry Gregson-Williams' score is at its best when propulsively urgent and at its worst when it layers on overly romantic angelic choirs.
A pickup band of period instruments neatly played the Alan Curtis edition of the abridged score, conducted propulsively from the harpsichord by Harry Bicket.