Discography

Faces of a Woman

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"The selections range from Medieval motets to European and American folk song to Romantic choral music to newly composed pieces....The performances are wonderfully appealing as well; the singing is impassioned and unaffected, and the instruments—harp, vielles, and fiddles—provide a colorful, atmospheric accompaniment.... This lovely collection should be of interest to fans of early music, world folk music, and the sound of the blend of women's voices." —All Music

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Sapphire Night

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"Songs of Hildegard von Bingen—The Nine Orders of the Angels by Patricia Van Ness "'Dominationes' from the Nine Orders is meditative, ecstatic and ethereal, surprisingly clear and beautiful as offered by Tapestry. The vocal ensemble masters its repertoire so brilliantly that this old and spiritual sound must enchant the listener. In short: a pleasure!" —Suedwestfunk (Germany)

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Song of Songs

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Ancient Hebrew and Latin chant, Israeli Folk Song, New works written for Tapestry, vielle, harp and percussion. "...an inexhaustible cornucopia of sensual pleasures." —San Diego Reader

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Celestial Light

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Music of Hildegard von Bingen, medieval polyphony and a song cycle by Robert Kyr "This is an outstanding performance such as I have rarely heard, beginning with a smooth legato of utter perfection in a low restricted range, then gradually expanding upwards with ecstasy to reach a top D with amazing control." Gramophone Magazine

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The Fourth River: Millenium Revealed

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Hildegard, Hebrew Chant, Bulgarian Folksong, a new setting of an ancient Greek text by Ivan Moody, Medieval chant and polyphony, new vocal works—voices and percussion "I am struck by the beauty and harmony that we as humans can create when voice, heart and mind unite...." Bay Windows (Boston)

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Angeli: Music of Angels

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"With soaring dynamics for two sopranos and unusually closely wrought harmonies for male singers, the music was immediately beguiling." —The Louisville Courier Journal

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