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Entries by Jessica Massey
We are delighted that our latest release, Handel’s Samson, has been listed as a highly recommended recording in Scherzo magazine for March 2020.
Eduardo Torrico, Scherzo John Butt gathers a glittering vocal cast … the orchestra is dazzling, as usual in the case of the Dunedin Consort. Read the full review in the March issue of Scherzo.
Philip Reed, Choir & Organ ★★★★★ Together with outstanding orchestral playing…, this complete recording of Handel’s first version of Samson is highly recommended. Read the full review in the February edition of Choir & Organ magazine.
Keith Bruce, The Herald ★★★★ It is as fine an example of Johann Sebastian making a delicious meal of the simplest ingredients as there is, and was followed by a joyous brisk finale by way of dessert. Read the full review here.
Simon Thompson, Seen and Heard International The orchestral transparency led to an exquisitely balanced unity so that there was never any musical grandstanding, but instead a lovely sense of pulling together. Read the full review here.
James Manheim, All Music The momentum holds up over the entire long version: the album is well recorded by Linn… this is both an important and an enjoyable Handel recording. Read the full review here.
David Hansell, Early Music Review This release is unlikely to be surpassed – or even competed with – for some time. Read the full review here.
Sébastien Gauthier, ConcertoNet A version that nevertheless appeals to the listener in many ways… Joshua Ellicot is excellent! Read the full review here.
Brian Viner, The Daily Mail This is the best we have yet had from John Butt and his Dunedin Consort of Edinburgh… both singing and playing are first-rate. Read the full review here.
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