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The feat is not quite as impressive as it seems as, over its 12 or so minutes, the Miserere essentially repeats the same music five times over, its sections divided by passages of plainchant. No fewer than four of these come from the Tallis Scholars. Their pure-voiced soprano Alison Stamp soars sublimely and expressively not easy at that pitch above a solo quartet that is placed some distance from the microphones, Miserere (Excerpt) - Various - Your Hundred Best Tunes, giving that all-important degree of separation from the main choir — something a number of recordings surprisingly lack.
The balance of voices throughout is impeccable, while overall pacing is also deftly managed by conductor Peter Phillips — always appropriately self-reflective, but never lingeringly self-indulgent. Above all, it is a recording that is packed with atmosphere. Notice just how long the echo rings around the dome at the end of each section before conductor John Scott even dares to move things along — no wonder this comes in at around a minute longer than most other recordings.
Nearly 50 years, but only a couple of hundred yards of river, separate the two recordings vying for the final place in my library. Despite the slightly cloudy recorded sound and occasional smudged choral entries, the latter just wins the day, not least because its age gives Miserere (Excerpt) - Various - Your Hundred Best Tunes a certain sense of occasion.
Welcome, too, is the fact that the Miserere is sung here in English — why have so few choirs been tempted to follow suit?
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