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If you have already read my review of John Axelrod’s Brahms symphony/Clara Schumann song album, you may already know what I am going to repeat here:...
The hardest decision to make when reviewing a release like this one is whether to approach it as an entry into the major choral recording market,...
The lower-cased graduate choir, nz, is, as one might expect from the name, from New Zealand; it is about a dozen years old and has about...
The father of Robert Dow (1553–1588) was a member of the Merchant Taylors’ Company, and a collector of tonnage and poundage—that is to say, kinds of...
Owen Rees has been actively involved in the research and performance of 16th- and 17th-century sacred music for over two decades. Aside from his several albums...
“The Phoenix Rising” may not tell you much about the program, but its subtitle, “The Carnegie UK Trust & the revival of Tudor Church Music” should...
This disc is a splendid way to mark the centenary of Carnegie UK Trust, for the benefactor was the source of funding for the Tudor Church...