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Press Reviews

"Starts, both musically and metaphorically, in the monastic cloister with an aleatoric treatment of the traditional Gregorian change but then, by setting ever more taxing musical demands, requires the choir to visit the tower of Babel before being allowed to return to the calm of the monastery"
Music Teacher Magazine, 2001

"A very effective and dramatic setting of the traditional text, making use of the Gregorian chant.  It needs an experienced choir used to improvisatory opportunities and cluster chordings, but it really is worth the effort"
BFYC Newsletter

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