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‘Much more like the Schubert that most of us know [than the Hungarian Melody in B mi] is the opus 6 of Charles McCreery, who, had …he chosen to come forward as an editor and to include these twenty-four bars in A flat major in a volume of Schubert dances – placing it somewhere near the Trauerwalzer, say and presenting it, perhaps, as a recently discovered opusculum by the composer of Rosamunde – would surely have brought off a most successful hoax…there is something specially Schubertian in the way that Mr McCreery’s tune hovers lingeringly around the third degree of the scale.’ – The Music Review
‘I …greatly appreciated his waltz written in the style of Franz Schubert which deserves to become widely popular.’ - Lord St. John of Fawsley, formerly Minister for the Arts
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