"A beautiful collection of solo piano pieces - each one starting down a path that you think you know the end of, but then twisting into new and unexpected areas. Subtle voicings and elegant turns of phrase make this EP a really absorbing listen." - Kit Downes kitdownes.com
"This is a remarkable set of pieces. The careful management and manipulation of motivic material throughout is evidence of a serious musical intelligence and of an artist who is determined to make truly original music." - Tim Stevens timstevens.com.au
"Mesmerising stuff!" - Al MacSween www.kefaya.co.uk
"Her style reflects her classical training, while also drawing on her ability as an improviser. And on the evidence presented by Through The Hours, the album [Meg Morlety Trio] will be one to watch out for"
- Bruce Lindsay allaboutjazz.com
"The pristine quality of the production helps the listener to engage with the music and to fully appreciate the melodic, harmonic and rhythmic qualities of Morley’s playing and the inventiveness and subtlety of her writing"
- Ian Mann thejazzmann.com
"Morley's style is suffused in jazz and references the Impressionists, revealing new depths on each encounter" - International Piano magazine
The title track, Through the Hours, was written whilst living in a loft in Kennington near the river Thames where I could hear the chimes of the Big Ben through my window..... megmorleymusic.com