Issue 38:1
Sept/Oct 2014
Magazine Contents

Collections: Choral

Nino Albarosa, a student of Dom Eugène Cardine, is one of the founders of the International Association for Gregorian Chant Studies (AISCGre) and currently president of...

This release is a follow-up to the Anonymous 4’s 1994 Love’s Illusion (Harmonia Mundi 907109). That disc drew from the Montpellier Codex, focusing entirely on motets...

Two CDs made at Our Lady of Ephesus in Missouri by De Montfort Music were good enough to win a Decca release for the third one,...

This is an extremely well-thought-out collection, performed with skill and sensitivity by this German vocal ensemble, with friends. Copland, Barber, and Bernstein occupy one wing, as...

In English, the title of this disc means “the earth trembles.” The phrase alludes to earthquakes, which, at least at one time, were “seen as dire...

This is a set that consists of reissued recordings, originally made between 1982 and 2003, but is not simply a straightforward compilation reissue. Instead, Ricercar here...

This is a highly unusual “concept” program, but not one that’s unprecedented. In fact, as recently as Fanfare 37:3, I reviewed a recording of Suppé’s