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Their sound is amazingly beautiful, their intonation is perfection, and their clarity a delight.
Palestrinas lyrics (if one dare call them this) are written with such devout nature that I honestly feel my heart leap with joy and exaltation.
A good introduction to one of the West's greatest composers and essential for any lover of great sacred music or Renaissance classics.
Sublime, Moving, ethereal. The Tallis Scholar are masters of the church music of the 16th century. One of the reasons why I have been a fan of the Tallis Scholars since the early... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Signalshifter
Be prepared to be transported to an ethereal location somewhere between earth and sky; reluctant to return long before the end of it!Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
If you enjoy the music of Thomas Tallis, then you will love the music of Palestrina and the expert rendering by the Tallis Scholars.Published 10 months ago by Keith R. Suppan
Tallis Scholars do their specialty-great vocal beauty, multiple-part close interweaving harmony-all choral music in its most haunting beauty. Penultimate Gift.Published 10 months ago by Marjorie. Kaspar
Palestrina has the most beautiful music to go with the Mass! You can't go wrong with this recording. The singers were excellent.Published 16 months ago by Lorenzo
The Tallis Scholars don't disappoint. Superb selections sung superbly in an excellent recording. What more could a music lover want?Published 18 months ago by Stephen Hertz
I enjoy the ethereal and other worldly sounds of Gregorian chant. I puts me in a good place; a place that is serene, quiet and meditative.Published 21 months ago by Lynn
i know deep in my heart the sound of it goes to my head till i sleep..it is so pretty.Published 21 months ago by Mohy
"PRINCEPS MUSICAE" (Prince of Music) Giovonni Pierluigi da Palestrina produced music of purity and clarity, comparative brevity and simplicity, polyphony used with judicious... Read morePublished on April 29, 2010 by George Peabody