« Assured soloists are drawn from the ranks of the dozen-strong choir, and their fluent solo passages and glorious choral textures combine sumptuously with a compact yet sonourously varied instrumental group of recorders, viols, lute, theorbo and organ. A Magnificent setting of Cantate Domino and the madrigalian Flores apparuerunt suggest Moulinié’s Italianate influences, and the quasi-Venetian ‘Alleluia’ refrain that concludes the Christmas motet Magi videntes stellam illuminates that such miniature pieces are capable of real grandeur in the right hands »

« Assured soloists are drawn from the ranks of the dozen-strong choir, and their fluent solo passages and glorious choral textures combine sumptuously with a compact yet sonourously varied instrumental group of recorders, viols, lute, theorbo and organ. A Magnificent setting of Cantate Domino and the madrigalian Flores apparuerunt suggest Moulinié’s Italianate influences, and the quasi-Venetian ‘Alleluia’ refrain that concludes the Christmas motet Magi videntes stellam illuminates that such miniature pieces are capable of real grandeur in the right hands »

David Vickers

Gramophone – Septembre 2014

 

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