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Gesualdo’s motets for five voices from his first book (1603), including the celebrated O vos omnes, are hugely demanding. These voices do much more than rise to the occasion in what is their finest disc to date, with total concentration and focus, exemplary blend and tonal agreement. This is an ensemble of impressive expressive range and technical accomplishment, and their noble interpretations, enhanced by excellent sound quality and clarity, immerse the listener in the spiritually anguished world of the eccentric prince with compelling and convincing power.

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