Lauridsen: Lux aeterna (CD Review - Gramophone Magazine, 2005)

There is some outstanding choral singing here, particularly in the six Madrigali. These are vocally challenging works demanding the kind of technical and musical supremacy in which Polyphony, now approaching their 20th year, are absolute masters. Under Stephen Layton’s sensitive and intelligent direction, they produce performances which are both fresh and immaculately detailed. […] It is clear that Lauridsen’s score is, if nothing else, a virtuoso exploration of choral singing technique As such he could not hope for a more assured or polished performance; or, for that matter, a more luscious recorded sound as Hyperion have produced in London’s Temple church.

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