“Christopher Wright’s Symphony also stands firmly in the tonal tradition – Wright also stating his belief in the continuum of English music. For the next three-quarters of an hour, an orchestral landscape of extraordinary complexity was summoned … The work must now be recorded – and it deserves to be heard by the widest possible audience, as it is a valuable, exciting new addition to the musical heritage of this country – a reaffirmation of the values and virtues of tradition.” The Quarterly Review