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“Kim evokes the more expansive thought process of the Op7 No3, finds manicured anguish in the Op. 13 No. 6 – a more troubled expressiveness than most Clementi – and the Mozartian operatic flare in Op. 40 No. 3. The mood is refreshed mid-disc by two of his musical character skits, miniature preludes that caricature Haydn and Mozart respectively.”
Ken Walton, The Scotsman