These recordings, made in 1989 and originally available only on cassette, appear on CD for the first time as a memorial to the pianist Raphael Terroni (1945-2012), a pillar of support for the outer reaches of British music. The fact that this disc is a mixed bag has nothing to do with the quality of the playing. The issue is with Cyril Scott's Piano Quintet , first performed in 1920, a work of which it can fairly be said that it's all over the place. In his earlier Piano Quintet , Frank Bridge steers clear of the poorly controlled modernist urges that destabilised the Scott. Terroni and the Bingham Quartet make a strong case for its mixture of the autumnal and the impassioned.