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Avie - up to 40% off
Until 4th May 2020, we're offering up to 40% off all discs on Avie (please note that discounts do not apply to downloads).
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Music By John Taverner & Court Music For Henry VIII
Emily Van Evera (soprano), Charles Daniels (tenor)
Taverner Choir & Players, Andrew Parrott
The Western Wynde Mass nicely contrasts with The Tallis Scholars’ recording, being incisive and brisk where Peter Phillips’s reading is smoother and more leisurely. Parrott is perhaps more persuasive... — More…
Charles Daniels (Orfeo), Faye Newton (Euridice), Emily Van Evera (Messaggiera), Clare Wilkinson (Speranza/Proserpina), Curtis Streetman (Caronte), Christopher Purves (Plutone), Anna Dennis (Ninfa), Guy Pelc (Apollo)
Taverner Consort & Players, Andrew Parrott
Daniels is magnificent in the title role - technically brilliant...impassioned...and lyrically supple...The rest of the cast is also good...Faye Newton is a pure and effective Euridice...As one... — More…
2 CDs($26.00) $15.25
Charles Daniels (Evangelist), Joshua Hopkins (Christus/'Betrachte, meine Seele'), Tyler Duncan (Pilatus/'Eilt, eilt'), Shannon Mercer (soprano), Matthew White (countertenor), Jacques-Olivier Chartier (tenor arias)
Portland Baroque Orchestra & Cappella Romana, Monica Huggett
The opening chorus is the animated - and fastest - I've heard on disc, and the crowd can hardly wait to interrupt the Evangelist in the trial scene. Charles Daniels's narration is focused on... — More…
2 CDs($22.00) $13.00
Music to Mourn Prince Leopold
Emily Van Evera (soprano), Clare Wilkinson (mezzo), Charles Daniels (tenor) & Tom Meglioranza (baritone)
Taverner Consort and Players, Andrew Parrott
High points include Susanne Heinrich's gamba solo during 'Komm susses Kreuz' in the Passion, and the way in which Wilkinson phrases 'Weh und Ach' (BWV244/6) with exceptional sensitivity and direction...Though... — More…