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Gerhild Romberger (alto)
Budapest Festival Orchestra, Cantemus Children's Choir, Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Iván Fischer
As vivid a performance as one would expect. That stylishly lazy trombone, a dying monster, is emblematic of the characteristic licence the conductor gives to his splendid Budapest players…the... — More…
Clare Wilkinson (mezzo soprano)
Florilegium has already shown its sensibility to and affection for Telemann’s music…Difficult though it is to single out any particular work, I would commend the A major Trio for flute, obbligato... — More…
Budapest Festival Orchestra, Czech Philharmonic Choir Brno, Iván Fischer
Fischer once again doesn’t disappoint; indeed, he’s brought to light elements of this work, in particular textural detaileven during the loud brass-led sections, the strings can still be heard... — More…
Music for the Mission and La Plata
James Johnstone (organ)
Florilegium, Arakaendar Bolivia Choir, Ashley Solomon
The sound is captivating - wholly unmannered, fresh-toned and inexhaustibly animated...Their commitment, enjoyment and communication is palpable...the music itself is totally absorbing from beginning... — More…
Baroque music from the missions of Chiquitos and Moxos Indians
Unfamiliar music, certainly, but done with tremendous verve and imagination. Florilegium travelled to the 'Chiquitos Missions' music festival in Bolivia in 2002 and teamed up with some local... — More…
Amaryllis Dieltiens (soprano), Siri Karoline Thornhill (soprano), Tim Mead (alto), Matthew White (alto), Gerd Türk (tenor - Evangelist), Julian Podger (tenor), Charles Daniels (tenor), Peter Harvey (bass) & Sebastian Noack (bass)
The Netherlands Bach Society with Kampen Boys Choir, Jos...
He has two quartets of soloists which also provide Choirs 1 and 2, but adds eight more voices to the first choir so the double choruses are unbalanced, 12 singers pitted against four. It's astonishingly... — More…