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Catherine Moore
American Record Guide, November 2016

Enea Sorini sings with good color and expression, and the vocal pieces are better than the harpsichord ones. The frottolas on harpsichord are well played by Corina Marti, but in a rather careful and deliberate manner. © 2016 American Record Guide Read complete review on American Record Guide

Johan van Veen
MusicWeb International, August 2016

Enea Sorini has found the perfect approach: his singing is very relaxed and has a light touch, he doesn’t include too much dynamic shading and his ornamentation is modest. On top of that his delivery is excellent, which is essential in this repertoire.

Corina Marti has also selected pieces from a famous collection which was put together by Johannes de Lublin and from various other sources which are regularly used in recordings of early keyboard music. She not only plays frottolas but also original keyboard works, like ricercares—one of the main forms of keyboard music of the renaissance—and some dances.

These two artists have put together an attractive and entertaining programme of vocal and keyboard pieces which receive splendid performances. © 2016 MusicWeb International Read complete review

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