2011 album from the Swedish troupe, their first new recording in four years as well as the first of their discs since Stella Maris (2005) to incorporate the medieval sacred music for which their vocal sound seems so eminently suited. As England' s Daily telegraph observed, "The word `mellifluous' might almost have been coined to describe the distinctively pure, cool sound of Trio Mediaeval's three female voices. It has an alluring quality all its own, which makes everything they sing - from the earliest polyphony to newly composed pieces which, to some extent, inhabit the same sound-world - wonderfully rewarding to listen to."
"The three female voices combine to produce a sound of extraordinary and consoling beauty. The singers also operate on a high level of musicianship and technical sophistication..." -- The Boston Globe