Saturday, May 9, 2009

An English Ladymass

An English Ladymass by Anonymous4 is one of my most beloved CDs. I was delighted to find some reflections about it, HERE. Share

8 comments:

Unknown said...

I also enjoy Anonymous 4 An English Ladymass, but recently discovered Schola Gothia An English Lady Mass by Thomas Packe, which I find to be superb.
http://www.millenniumofmusic.com/sound/0849Player.php

elena maria vidal said...

I'll have to check that out!

Stephanie A. Mann said...

Guy, thanks for that link--that site is incredible: I'm listening now to a recording from the Abbey of Chevetogne in Belgium. So many wonderful performances are available from the Millennium of Music! It's in my favorites now.

The Harlequin King said...

You too!?

I actually just got in contact with Anonymous 4, asking them to put the sheet music for the Introit in the English Ladymass (Salve Sancta Parens) up in their sheet music store. They said they'd get on it as soon as possible.

Unknown said...

Thanks for introducing me to this. I listened to half the samples over at Amazon before I decided I had to have this CD! There were used copies for less than $3.00 which was perfect.

Anonymous said...

This music is hauntingly beautiful!! It gives me goosebumps!!

John Wing said...

Thank you for your wonderful music suggestion. I have just ordered it from Amazon, as well as another CD that was featured: The Lily and the Lamb: Chant and Polyphony from Medieval England. I am looking forward to indulging some gorgeous and timeless music.

elena maria vidal said...

I am so glad we are all like minded about beautiful music! I would also like to recommend the Anonymous4 "Miracles of Santiago" which is all music from the great shrine of Compostela.