Exultate Deo
Masterpieces of Sacred Polyphony

Eighteen of the most famous works of Renaissance polyphony, including the Allegri Miserere and the eight-part Lotti Crucifixus, performed by the Choir of Westminster Cathedral under James O'Donnell. This recording was made one hundred years after the foundation stone of the Westminster Cathedral was laid and is a testimony to a century of conservation and innovation in the performance of music within the Roman Catholic liturgy.

One of the most attractive and spectacular records this famous choir has made to date ...

CDA66850  69 minutes 39 seconds
‘The answer to many prayers; a blockbusting survey of choral masterpieces performed by a choir of exceptional calibre’ (Classic FM Magazine)
‘For anyone eager to sample varied music from the Golden Age of polyphony this is a perfect disc’ (Classic CD)
‘If ever a programme was right up a choir's street, then this is it! From the fanfare-like opening of Exultate Deo and its soul-mates by Viadana, Gabrieli, Byrd and Monteverdi, through the line ...