A preview of The Divine Liturgy in English

A very nice preview of the Cappella Romana recording, presented by Dr. Vladimir Morosan on his Icons in Sound podcast, can be found on the Orthodox Christian Network. Give it a listen; my full review is still taking shape and is a little ways off yet. I somewhat get the sense that Dr. Morosan is choosing to present this recording as more of a fascinating curiosity rather than a legitimate model, but I suppose there are those who are going to think that one way or the other.

The scores are also starting to show up on the Cappella Romana website. Worth a look.

(Thanks to Seraphim Danckaert, whom I remember very well from his summer in Bloomington four years ago, for the heads-up.)


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