I previously posted a symphony and then a while back my latest choral work. I thought it might be time for some chamber music but am unsure what to post. The latest is always a good starting point and that happens to be the piano quintet written just over a year ago. This work, regarded by English composer (and one most admired by Toccata records Martin Anderson) Steve Elcock as my best to date, took as a starting impetus the well known piano quintet by Schnittke and although the end result is generally rather different, those who know that work will recognise similarities in the last movement at any rate. It's introspective and gloomy for much of its length which seems to match the modern aesthetic (I probably prefer some of my more sentimental and naive works but that's neither here nor there).
It can be found through the following Reelcrafter link https://play.reelcrafter.com/dko22/chamberworks