Matins for the Virgin of Guadalupe


The sequel to Chanticleer's best selling and critically acclaimed Mexican Baroque recording, with more recently discovered choral masterpieces by Mexico City Cathedral's chapel master, Ignacio de Jerusalem. This recording brings to life one of the most monumental and elaborate choral works of the New World. Chanticleer is joined by Chanticleer Sinfonia, conducted by Joseph Jennings.

The performances and recording quality are better than any of the other recordings of Mexican Baroque music I've heard. The balance between voices and instruments is consistently superb, and the engineering captures just enough reverberation to suggest a cathedral. The result is a perfect blend of spirituality and a humanistic zest for life.
--CLASSICAL REVIEW

Matins for the Virgin of Guadalupe

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Matins for the Virgin of Guadalupe

9.99

The sequel to Chanticleer's best selling and critically acclaimed Mexican Baroque recording, with more recently discovered choral masterpieces by Mexico City Cathedral's chapel master, Ignacio de Jerusalem. This recording brings to life one of the most monumental and elaborate choral works of the New World. Chanticleer is joined by Chanticleer Sinfonia, conducted by Joseph Jennings.

The performances and recording quality are better than any of the other recordings of Mexican Baroque music I've heard. The balance between voices and instruments is consistently superb, and the engineering captures just enough reverberation to suggest a cathedral. The result is a perfect blend of spirituality and a humanistic zest for life.
--CLASSICAL REVIEW

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