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“… Take All My Loves: 9 Shakespeare Sonnets reaffirms that the songwriter/composer is an arranger at home in many styles, with the ability to make this kind of sprawling, genre-surfing project unfold with elegance.” -Allmusic.com Check our Catalog Listen Now

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“Bringing on expert musicians and singers from around the world onto the team to provide the performances for the festival, the end result is something unlike any other, given its vast and varied world influences and the bevy of talent introducing it to La Notte della Taranta.” -Jonathan Frahm/popmatters.com Check our Catalog

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“…this is a collection of real Mozart obscurities. And, perhaps surprisingly, Villaz√≥n brings them to life. He has performed these works frequently in recital, and it shows: throughout, he has a relaxed way of getting into character. Sample Con ossequio, con rispetto, from Piccinni’s L’astratto, ovvero il giocator fortunato, for an example of suppressed sarcasm […]

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“Crosby had a particular fondness for songs by Johnny Mercer, his friend and frequent collaborator, and he tracked 100 or so of them during his long career. This generous set collects 22 of these recordings on a single disc, including several previously unreleased radio performances, and fun duets with the Andrews Sisters, Louis Armstrong, and […]

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Sting: Songs From The Labyrinth

“In making Dowland’s songs his own, Sting has accomplished something that really has never been done before, and perhaps he’ll show some of his own fans that Renaissance music is more than an accompaniment for silly jousting competitions — it is a labyrinth that leads us toward the roots of our own culture.” –All Music […]

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