A selection of M&V 'sacred music' articles
Ensemble. Sacred and Profane - Symphonies, cantatas and concertos by J S Bach, reviewed by Giuseppe Pennisi
CD Spotlight. Quite Sublime - Sacred music by Antonio Maria Bononcini, recommended by Gerald Fenech. '... an issue that oozes beauty ...'
Ensemble. Exotic Soundscapes - Two London concerts featuring music from the opera to the orient, attended by Malcolm Miller
Ensemble. Artistic Magic - Seraphic Fire's Rachmaninov Vespers, reviewed by Lawrence Budmen
Ensemble. Pilgrimages of the Soul - Giuseppe Pennisi visits Italy's Sagra Musicale Umbra
CD Spotlight. Ready to Oblige - Music by Beethoven?, reviewed favourably by Robert Anderson. '... the pleasure of unfamiliar music and fine performances.'
CD Spotlight. Airy Textures - Handel's 'Judas Maccabaeus', heard by Robert Anderson. '... the choral mood is everything.'
CD Spotlight. Nearly Unknown - Bologna's Renaissance music, heard by Giuseppe Pennisi. '... an efficient and effective local ensemble ...'
Imaginative Heights - Gordon Rumson looks forward to the Calgary Art Song Competition
Record box. Occasionally beautiful - The sacred choral music of Robert Evett, explored by Ron Bierman
Record box. Dvorák on the edge - His Stabat Mater reconsidered, by Basil Ramsey
Record box. Cathedral setting - Howells in ecclesiastical mode, by Basil Ramsey
Subtle Celebration - James MacMillan talks to Roderic Dunnett about composing sacred and liturgical music.