This is another fine program devoted to Dunstable, and manages to capture some engaging elements that are lacking in other performances, mainly the long continuity of the lines. Several of the tracks are quite compelling, and the typical English style of the period is conveyed well.
The performance is excellent, with a clear articulation and superb phrasing. It is perhaps a little too restrained at times, but is otherwise first-rate. It is nice to see Dunstable receive this extra attention of late.
The organ sections also have their points of interest, and the performances here are also excellent, but they are not a significant feature for me. One negative is that vocal & organ sections are closely mix, sometimes in the same track, making it impossible to concentrate on one or the other.
To medieval sacred listTodd M. McComb