The Bard himself would have been hard pressed to come up with better -- this is splendid.

Early Music Review

Particularly beautiful are two of Gerald Place’s contributions, John Wilson’s lovely “Take, O take those lips away” and the anonymous “Come away death”... Dorothy Linell's playing is outstanding, as ever. This collection will be enjoyed by lovers of Shakespeare and Tudor song; and it will prove useful, in particular, for producers interested in a historically informed approach to the Elizabethan Theatre.

The Consort (Dolmetch Foundation Journal)

Each section was immaculately planned and the performers’ manner of presenting the programme was so easy-going that you felt you were in the company of friends at an informal


Frome Festival Review

I look forward to more from these excellent performers.

Elizabethan Review (USA)

These performances of English music from around 1450 are preferable to many earlier ones and are to be warmly welcomed.

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