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these devout, elegant works are beautifully blended and paced
Stephen Pettitt, The Sunday Times
November 13, 2016
The Missa di Dadi owes its name to the depiction of dice ("dadi") before each section, showing how the cantus firmus should be interpreted. The Missa Une mousse de Biscaye is based on a song where a French boy and a Basque girl (the "mousse") are engaged in baffling dialogue.
Wonderful singing - ideal recorded sound
John Quinn, MusicWeb International
October 24, 2016
Whilst it’s a delight to hear these Josquin Masses the series does pose a problem to a reviewer. So consistent is the quality of both the music and the performances that one finds it increasingly hard to find anything new to say.
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