Dufay: Lament for Constantinople & other songs

One of the most immediately accessible of fifteenth-century composers, Dufay and his world are artfully summoned by The Orlando Consort. This is no mere musicological exercise, but a full-blooded realization of a truly great songwriter.

CDA68236  70 minutes 39 seconds
‘The Orlandos are so experienced in this repertory that, nearly always, the choice of tempo and tone is spot-on (and tempo is perhaps the most important decision, given that absolute tempos are never ...
The Times
‘One of the strengths of the group is the beautiful balance … and their tremendous concept of a suitable tempo for each song … it’s good finally to have a disc completely of Dufay which is t ...