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The music takes you farther than you will ever be as a human, farther than ur wildest dream.
Can any one believe the beauty of this music, the clarity of these voices, and the intonation resounding in every breath that they take.
Let me tell all lovers of Renaissance music and choral music in general that this album is one of the best in its kind.
I had forgotten how much I love the Tallis Scholars until I heard a selection on the radio recently. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Patricia P Nelson
Wonderful music! The performance of Allegri's Miserere is alone worth buying this. But 2 discs of the world's greatest choral music is hard to pass up. Read morePublished 6 months ago by m5
I love the Tallis Scholars don't know what else to say . Their music is etherial and sublime. IT grows in you. Heard them on Pandora and was hooked. This is a beautiful sampling. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bill
I LOVE THIS CD, PEACEFUL AND BEAUTIFUL. I LOVE EARLY MUSIC AND THE TALLIS SCHOLARS DO A GREAT JOB OF IT.Published 11 months ago by Jonn Waxmunski
Was he essential 300+ years ago? Well he is now. A top rate a capella fella out of the woodwork at last!Published 15 months ago by HR Hibbs
This is exactly what one needs to shut out the day and relax. I love this music and you will too.Published on November 9, 2012 by Ron
Magical blending of superb voices in sacred music. Evocative yet peaceful - listened to this driving across the California desert at dawn this summer and was deeply moved.Published on October 25, 2011 by charis
This CD is excellent - a "must have" for every collection. Beautiful voices, relaxing music.Published on January 26, 2007 by Diana Bersohn
This set of CDs is truly wonderful. I am fond of sacred choral music and purchased the CD mostly to obtain the recording of Gregorio Allegri's "Miserere Mei. Read morePublished on June 2, 2006 by Benjamin Liscano