Cappella Nova: Tavener Conducts Tavener
Choral music by John Tavener
"Tavener conducts Tavener is a must-have for a Christmas present...absolutely terrific." Classics Unwrapped
Cappella Nova: Alpha & Omega
Choral music by James MacMillan
"The composer's intricate ensemble writing is beautifully performed by the superb chorus" Classical CD Review
"They bring control and precision to the ecstatic, incantatory nature of MacMillan's work" The Guardian
Music from 3 Continents
by Bruce Mahin & Graham Hair
With Scottish Voices
Cappella Nova: Who Are These Angels?
Works by James MacMillan
Canty: Carmina Celtica
"An outstanding disc of ancient and contemporary spiritual songs" Financial Times
"Ethereally beautiful" The Guardian
Canty: Apostle of Ireland
A medieval Irish office for St Patrick
Cappella Nova: Tenebrae
New choral music by James MacMillan
Canty: Felix Femina
Scottish medieval polyphony. Includes recently discovered repertoire, recorded here for the first time.
Dunedin Consort: The Messiah (Dublin edition)
Winner of Gramophone Award 2007
"Comfortably the freshest, most natural, revelatory and transparently joyful Messiah I have heard for a very long time." The Gramophone
Canty: Flame of Ireland
Canty sing the world premiere recording of the 'highlights' of Matins for the Feast of St Brigit from a medieval Irish manuscript. This disc is a magical glimpse into the sound-world of the Celtic church as it celebrates a favourite saint.
Cappella Nova: The Thistle and The Rose
Rare gems from the Carver Choirbook in world premier recordings. "Cappella Nova's singing... has a fluency and directness, purity and a palette of colour that combine to reveal the music's extraordinarily expressive fusion of simplicity and elaboration." The Daily Telegraph
Canty: Wings of Wisdom
The female voices of Cappella Nova singing haunting Medieval plainsong by Hildegard of Bingen and anonymous Scots. "The singing on this recording is gorgeous" American Record Guide
Cappella Nova: Nou lat us sing - A Scottish Christmas
Gaelic carols, traditional Scottish tunes, 16th and 17th century Scottish motets and Christmas songs, and carols written specially for Cappella Nova by Herbert Sumsion and John Tavener.
Dunedin Consort: Silhouette
Music for six voices composed by renowned Scottish composer, Corrina Hewat.
The Delgados - Hate
Backing vocals on the superb 4th album by the Scottish band. Average 4 and 1/2 stars on Amazon reviews!