• Taverner & Tudor Music I

    The Western Wind Ars Nova Records 2006

    This is the first of two CDs focusing on a mass by John Taverner – in this case his famous Western Wind Mass which unfolds in a series of brilliant variations on a popular folk song of his time. The mass is surrounded by an attractive selection of pieces by other composers from the Tudor period.

  • Terry Riley: In C

    Ars Nova Records 2006

    Terry Riley's masterpiece In C – the piece with which American Minimalism established itself in the history of music – is here, for the first time, to be heard in a version for only voices and mallet instruments.

  • Per Nørgård: Mythic Morning

    Works for Choir II Dacapo 2005

    The choral works of Per Nørgård (b. 1932) form a constant strand through the composer's oevre and demonstrate the full spectrum of his art: From Nordic sounds, echoing Sibelius and Holmboe, to avant-garde and post-modernism – always coloured by his preocupation with the organic, the multilayered, and the drama of interference. This SACD is an encounter with the sound of Nørgård's most recent choral music as well as the already classic Wie ein Kind on new terms with Scandinavia's leading vocal ensemble.