Passion


"The singing is superb, the individual parts easily identifiable yet marvellously blended"
—Gramophone

"..the Orlando's finest achievement yet. The Orlandos maintain the unanimity of ensemble one has come to expect of them, matched by an unprecedented brilliance of individual contributions...this recording is a must for collectors, and an ideal place for those who might wish to begin sampling the treasures of the high fifteenth century."
—Gramophone

Metronome (MET CD 1015)

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What am I listening to?

You are listening to Ave mundi rosa, a piece from the fourteenth-century, typically English in its use of sweet parallel harmonies. It is the latest in our ongoing series of recordings for Hyperion, a survey of English choral music from the late thirteenth to the early fourteenth centuries. You can hear more on the Hyperion website, read the engaging liner notes, and order or download tracks or the entire album in a number of formats.