Midwinter (Digital Only)
“A medieval gothic air hangs like a chimera over the whole work [Midwinter]. These are cold landscapes: the blacks of shadow and night contrast with a snowy-dazzle and the sun coruscating off icy brooks and lakes. There is a risen religious and sensual ecstasy in the sung words ‘It was the time of midwinter that our love began and the snow fell’ but this is by no means restricted to this track.”
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This recording was recorded in 1994 with the Brunel Ensemble, conducted by Christopher Austin.