Issue 37:5
May/June 2014
Magazine Contents

Collections: Choral

The monks of this new abbey in Oklahoma issued their first recording privately, and it was reviewed here ( Fanfare 36:5) with considerable acclaim. There were...

Inspired by engagement with the natural world, this disc presents song cycles or individual songs celebrating this most precious of links. It is also intended to...

This offers an unusually broad range of Renaissance motets, as the names of the composers indicate. (The category of Latin motets does not include Tomkins and...

This is a collection of 22 hymns, identified not by composer but by the traditional hymn-tune names. I turned at once to Picardy, or “Let all...

The great philosopher Moses Maimonides (1135–1204) lived at the end of the golden age of Sephardic Jews in Andalusia, an era that is sampled on this...

It seems to me that one of the requirements for singing in a choir that performs cutting-edge repertoire is to lack any self-consciousness whatsoever. Modern-day choral...

Just in time for Easter we have appropriate newly issued volumes in a rival series of “restituted” (restored) melodies of Mass Propers. Both were included in...