Stephen Pettitt
The Sunday Times
August 2016

That the fine music of the Spanish Renaissance composer Bernardino de Ribera is neither famous nor plentiful is hardly his fault. In Toledo he left a sumptuously decorated choirbook that a later generation decimated, extracting illuminated initials and entire pages. Everything extant or restorable is performed here, and the sonorous voices of De Profundis perfectly suit the beguilingly opulent textures and expressive lines.