Vox Regis is the University of Aberdeen’s record label, bringing the University’s exceptionally vibrant music research alive in a series of imaginative programmes.
Proceeds from the sale of recordings will be used to support ground-breaking research at the University across many disciplines through the Development Trust.
The internationally acclaimed Rose Consort of Viols joins forces with the Choir of King’s College, Aberdeen, and its director, David J. Smith, in a recording of music by two English Catholic exiles of the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.
The CD features consort music for viols and keyboard works taken from editions by David published in the scholarly series, Musica Britannica.
‘With the Rose Consort listeners know that they will be hearing consummate performances. David Smith is not only the world expert on Philips now, but is also himself a fine harpsichordist. The Choir of King’s College lives up to its illustrious name, with the Canadian soprano Frauke Jürgensen in fine solo voice. The selection of material for this programme is excellent, and judiciously organized. The more familiar music by Philips is its own recommendation, but the disc is worth buying for Dering’s music alone.’
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