Notes & Reviews:
The Toronto Consort has recorded a CD based on their 2005-2006 concert entitled "The Da Vinci Codex". This recordings examines the secret glories of the musical world of Leonardo Da Vinci, an unsurpassed genius of the early Renaissance. "Since the founding of the Toronto Consort in 1972, Canada can boast a world-class early music ensemble worthy of the attention of any musically literate ear... Their closely matched phrasing, intonation and tonal shading is worthy of the finest string quartet." Chronicle Herald, Halifax "Lirum, Bilirium (from the Toronto Consort's The Da Vinci Collection) Mantovano's 16th-century pop song pines in a maudlin comic style for that lover who won't come across. Soprano Katherine Hall outlines the case in a sly, winsome fashion." An Essential Track - The Toronto Globe and Mail. The Toronto Consort is one of North America's leading chamber ensemble specializing in the music of the Middle Ages, Renaissance and early Baroque. The Consort presents an annual series of concerts in Toronto, and performs throughout Canada, the United States, Great Britain and Europe.
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