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A courtly, noble aura surrounds the secular and spiritual chansons of Guillaume Costely in Mignonne allons voir si la Rose from the seven talented singers of Ludus Modalis, combining variously to elegant effect in amiable repertoire that makes little distinction between sacred and carnal desire. instrumental support of the most exquisite subtlety wafts gently from a harpsichord under the fugitive fingers of Bruno Boterf. It’s all delightful, although a degree or two more red-blooded warmth, both in interpretation and recorded sound, would not have gone amiss.

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