Notes & Reviews:
The Observer, 22nd July 2012
With an atmospheric cover of a destroyed chapel interior, this disc of mainly 16th-century vocal music is all about death and decay...Plainsong interleaves the polyphony: the effect is ethereally beautiful, but the tone is surely too unvaried and unbroken.
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