John Rutter writes: "Revisiting this 1993 Cambridge Singers recording, I realize I should never have withdrawn it from the Collegium catalogue - and all because of an obscure musicological question in my mind over a Gregorian chant, long since resolved. We assembled a stellar team of forty voices, offering a sumptuous programme of music for multiple choirs, with the dazzling Tallis 40-part motet as the centerpiece. Allegri's Miserere, now a firmer audience favorite than ever, and the most magnificent of Bach's six motets, Singet dem Herrn, are among the other choral masterpieces featured on an album that truly is a banquet of voices. For the first time, modern digital sound restoration has allowed the music to be heard in it's full sonic splendor, and we are confident the album will once again take it's place in the treasured family of Cambridge Singers recordings."
John Rutter writes: "Revisiting this 1993 Cambridge Singers recording, I realize I should never have withdrawn it from the Collegium catalogue - and all because of an obscure musicological question in my mind over a Gregorian chant, long since resolved. We assembled a stellar team of forty voices, offering a sumptuous programme of music for multiple choirs, with the dazzling Tallis 40-part motet as the centerpiece. Allegri's Miserere, now a firmer audience favorite than ever, and the most magnificent of Bach's six motets, Singet dem Herrn, are among the other choral masterpieces featured on an album that truly is a banquet of voices. For the first time, modern digital sound restoration has allowed the music to be heard in it's full sonic splendor, and we are confident the album will once again take it's place in the treasured family of Cambridge Singers recordings."
040888052524
Banquet Of Voices / Various

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Format: CD
Label: COLLEGIUM
Rel. Date: 09/11/2020
UPC: 040888052524

Banquet Of Voices / Various
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Format: CD
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John Rutter writes: "Revisiting this 1993 Cambridge Singers recording, I realize I should never have withdrawn it from the Collegium catalogue - and all because of an obscure musicological question in my mind over a Gregorian chant, long since resolved. We assembled a stellar team of forty voices, offering a sumptuous programme of music for multiple choirs, with the dazzling Tallis 40-part motet as the centerpiece. Allegri's Miserere, now a firmer audience favorite than ever, and the most magnificent of Bach's six motets, Singet dem Herrn, are among the other choral masterpieces featured on an album that truly is a banquet of voices. For the first time, modern digital sound restoration has allowed the music to be heard in it's full sonic splendor, and we are confident the album will once again take it's place in the treasured family of Cambridge Singers recordings."


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