Following are extracts from various reviews
other attempts at adapting Wuthering Heights for the stage have been submitted
to the Bronte Society in the past but Bernard Taylor's adaptation is the first
that I have really approved of and would be prepared to support." - Dr
Juliet Barker, former Curator and Librarian of the Bronte Museum, Haworth,
West Yorkshire, and author of numerous publications about the Brontes.
Taylor's big, sweepingly romantic score sustains a feeling of dark passion
entirely appropriate for an adaptation of Emily Bronte's novel concerning the
ill-fated love between Cathy and Heathcliff." - Show Music Magazine,
USA, Summer, 1992.
"This is what
stage music should be - passionate, powerful, melodic . . . If you buy only
one album this year, make it this one - Mike Gibb, Masquerade Magazine.
thing is tailor-made for the West End stage, where it is sure to go down a
storm." Huddersfield Daily Examiner.
number, whether vocal or instrumental, packs the kind of emotional punch that
musical performers and audiences cry out for." Sarah Hopkins, Beneath
the Mask" Summer 1994 issue.
shiver about!" -House & Garden (British edition), March
"In the mould
of the classic Musicals of Jerome Kern and Richard Rogers." - Jersey
Evening Post, November 1991.
brooding score, fiery and dramatic as the subject." -Terry Wardrope, Words