Erik-Peter Mortensen / Sacred Music in the English Style / Ave Verum Corpus: William Byrd

Fine vocal piece

New York composer Erik-Peter Mortensen has written a fine vocal work entitled Ave Verum Corpus: William Byrd. The performance by the ensemble is most excellent. The work is relaxing and soothing. Bravo once again!
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Ave Verum Corpus: William Byrd is a piece for connoisseurs, the atmosphere that is created by the set of voices is very special and not for all, so we must be predisposed to accept certain melodies created only with the voice. you breathe spirituality, solemnity. devotion and profound respect for a superior personality who is otherworldly. I would say that it is a masterpiece of its kind and that I would like to use these voices on compositions like soundtracks. It could be possible?
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Amazing music

Great composition, polyphony, and medieval style piece. Professional performance of tenor and bass voices. However, It would be beneficial to include different kinds of rhythms and not only long notes such as quavers and semiquavers. An inspiration could be Mozart's Requiem. But obviously, the melody adopts the middle ages period music such as Machuat's one.
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Soothing

This piece was very soothing to the ear and left a nice melodic message. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this beautiful song. I wasn’t quite sure of the language but that didn’t matter because the harmonies and presentation was spot on. This brought great vision and love into the imagination and was a joy to hear!! Keep writing fabulous music like this and I will continue to listen... beautiful work my friend!!
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wonderful chorale

Very well done . Some interesting things in there, great use of counterpoint species, wonderful depiction of the classical style. The recording is clear and well mixed, the reverb sounds pretty much like a decent hall or church, and the levels seemcorrect. Very nice composition and product overall.
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Clean Classical Composition

Erik recorded a very clean sound that captured the precision of the vocal harmonies. This sound is what we would expect from music in movies or public events in large venues. Nice work by all involved. Great production. Thanks for sharing. John
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I like this song A lot. Nice storyline, chord changes, Melody and some instrumental hooks Within. I think the lead break is maybe a bit too long but more importantly the intro is certainly too long before the vocals start. As you are most likely aware of in the music industry A&R makes their decisions to pass or accept within 20 seconds I don't think the vocals start within that time frame. And they don't accept the song based on the intro unless it's something like Satisfaction or Honky Tonk Women by the Stones. For a life performance no problem. I think it's worth repeating that in the music industry music industry players never really listened to the entire song they base their past or accept within 20 seconds. I hope you find this helpful and wishing you the very best with the song
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