Notes & Reviews:
Since founding the Tavener Consort and Players in 1973, Andrew Parrott has established a reputation for both scholarship and dynamic interpretation. As he said after recording Messiah and the Carmelite Vespers: 'To a creative musician the understanding of background is stimulating. . . Endless different viewpoints shouldn't prove constricting at all, but liberating.' They are joined here by another of Handel's choral masterworks, Israel in Egypt, in a version welcomed by Gramophone as 'the sort of recording the piece has needed for a long time'.
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