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San Francisco Classical Voice

Chanticleer Mission CD
This is a fantastic CD! I never get tired of listening to it. It was such a pleasure working with these amazing singers - truly breathtaking. The Grammy award-winning male vocal group Chanticleer - renowned worldwide as “an orchestra of voices” - performs a selection of authentic, rich vocal repertory from the Mexican Baroque canon and other musical treasures of New Spain. The music explores what native Californians would have heard 200 years ago, both inside and outside the mission walls, and is from a series of acclaimed concerts celebrating Chanticleer's 30th anniversary that were performed at nine historic California missions in 2008. This recording took place at San Francisco's Mission Dolores.
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Capuzzi Quintet CD
Another great CD - the premier recording of string quintets that my former teacher Kenneth Goldsmith discovered in an Italian library. The Six Quintets, Op. 3 (ca.1783) by Antonio Capuzzi occupy a unique place in this collection. Although they reflect the invention of Joseph Haydn and the textural layers of Boccherini, they are composed in an original Italian voice which reveals profound skill in the operatic styles of the period as well as an extraordinary sense of cantilena. Kenneth and I are joined by my good friends Zachary Carrettin, Greg Ewer, and Steve Estes. A delighful group, playing sparkling, Italian classical-period music.
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