“SUPERB” – BBC 

“ARDENT LYRICISM” – Gramophone  

“BE FLABBERGASTED” – Audiophile Voice  

“One of the very finest recordings this work has ever received." a FANFARE

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The search for authenticity, direct empathy with each word and phrase, and the premise of a religious approach were aspirations that prompted and sustained the vision for this project.  

A sumptuous booklet includes extensive, detailed notes on the historical and musical qualities of this masterpiece

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THE ARTISTS

SINGERS

Gloriæ Dei Cantores (Singers to the Glory of God) holds a passionate dedication to illuminate truth and beauty through choral artistry, celebrating a rich tradition of Sacred choral music from Gregorian chant through the twenty-first century.

The Romanos Cappella The Patriach Tikhon Choir The Washington Master Chorale  

PRODUCER

Richard Pugsley has conducted the internationally recognized Gloriæ Dei Cantores for over 15 years, and performed with the choir in concert halls and churches in 24 countries throughout Europe, Russia, and North America for over 20 years.  

CONDUCTER 

Peter Jermihov is an American conductor with Russian roots. An advocate of the Russian School of Conducting, he has cultivated a versatile career by combining professional conducting engagements with teaching appointments, choral with orchestral conducting, and music-making with research.  

“LUMINOUS” – Russian Life

“A bass section that is virtually unmatched” – Oktavism.com

FLIP THROUGH THE BOOKLET

“This recording is without a doubt in my mind as authentic as one could possibly hope for, so deeply rooted in and genuinely conveys the Russian Orthodox tradition, spirtuality, ethos and sound. Truly a landmark recording; one need not look any further for anything more definitive. I just got my copy today – it's really fabulous, so very luminous, rich in color, spacious and deeply spiritual. The octavist section was the richest and deepest section I've ever been a part of. It was such an honor to have been part of this project.”  

Glenn Miller, Basso Profundo