An update on our recent recordings
In October, we recorded Buxtehude’s seven Trio Sonatas, Opus 1, and a collection of Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s sacred music, including his Litanie de la Vierge H. 83, Magnificat H. 73 and Ouverture pour le sacre d’un eveque, to be released together with three Leçons de Ténèbres du Mercredi Saint. (Above: Samuel Boden (high tenor), Thomas Walker (tenor) and Ashley Riches (bass-baritone) immersed in the Litanie de la vierge. Photo credit: Simon Perry).
It was an absolutely superb recording project, and the artistic level super high. The Litanie H.83 in particular was a revelation. Such beautiful music.” (Jonathan Cohen, speaking the day after the recordings ended).
The realisation of our projects
is only made possible by the generosity of our friends. We thank the donors towards these recordings, without whom they would not have been possible. We are still showing a shortfall on the Charpentier recording, and it is not too late to support it. By way of thanks, all supporters will receive an acknowledgment in the album booklet notes, updates on our progress, and an invitation to one of our receptions.If you would like further information, please contact Adam Swann