Notes & Reviews:
An American living in England, D’Angelo’s compositional style also blends the influences of Debussy/Ravel, Holst and Prokofieff with the neoclassicism of Hindemith. The program consists of a Missa Brevis and Evensong settings, plus organ interludes and voluntaries played by Scott Dettra. All of the works receive their first recording on this release.
American Record Guide, May/June 2016
This is the third release in Gothic's very promising "New American Choral Music Series" from Washington's National Cathedral. As usual, Gothic sees to excellent sound, with exceptional clarity (considering the large and airy venue) as well as particularly good balance between choir and organ. I haven't heard the first two - but am now inspired to explore them, as this one's well worth any sacred choral aficionado's attention. Don't miss it.
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