Cellist Frances-Marie Uitti, for 13 years a close associate of the composer, combines technical command with palpable abandon in the intense, concentrated Ygghur, part of the massive Trilogy Scelsi wrote for her. At the opposite extreme are Ave Maria and Alleluja, two vocal pieces transcribed for cello, “sung” here with ineffable sweetness. It would be hard to imagine any of this music played more convincingly    ECM Natura Renovatur      Timeout Steve Smith

One-Note Wonder by Kyle Gann

 "New York gets a retrospective of Italy's saintly mystic, Giacinto Scelsi"

Bringing a Reclusive Composer to Light

 Paul Griffiths - "The New York Times" - 16 February 1997

Interview by Ben Watson

 "The Wire" - London, England

The Composer Performer Paradigm in Giacinto Scelsi's Solo Works