Another fine workErik-Peter Mortensen has another fine work in his portfolio entitled Missa Auld Lang Syne: Sanctus. The chamber-sized vocal piece is a polyphonic rendition of the popular tune commonly performed at the new year. Bravo!
Missa Auld Lang Syne: SanctusHiErik, Classical is not my first choice but i can appreciate it, this is nicely put together, i know because i work in a studio. it could even be used in a film score. everything seems well timed and can all be heard clearly so i think its a nice piece. not much more i can say except keep up the good work Buzzy B, Celcius...
Great jobBeautiful listening experience. I am not a choral music expert, but the piece deserve great attention. The counterpoint technique is accurate. The melodic lines emerge clearly for each single voice. The balance between the single voices is excellent, and the balance between high, middle and bass is very good as well. It is an excellent application of the teaching of the greatest masters, from Johannes Ockeghem to Guillaume Dufay and Josquin des Prez. The recording is also good and of good effect. My compliments
AmazingSounds great keep up the good work. I pray you go far and that the right doors open for you to be able to share your gifts and talents with the World. I am glad That I had the opportunity to hear your music
ClassicalDid you produce this chorus? it makes me feel like i was purifying like church music. i just thought that this song is classical and different from what is mentioned originality. i wanted to hear your own personality thank you beautiful music
Defrent form what I listen tooOverall it sounds really good the voices are really great nicely done. I’m sure a lot of work was put into this you can hear thst. I say well done keep up the good work. Overall it sounds really good the voices are really great nicely done. I’m sure a lot of work was put into this you can hear thst. I say well done keep up the good work.