Concerto Net Review for Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia

ConcertoNet’s Christie Grimstad reviews Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia

“listening to this ravishing music is an enrichment unlike any other. … It’s easily mesmerizing. Flowing like liquid gold in a randomized, though organized fashion, the chanting literally “washes” over the listener: it shimmers, it stuns, it absorbs the body. Look at it like oceanic swells…no two waves are ever alike. … The presentation is FIRST CLASS! This is one of the most unusual and rare perspectives ever to surface in the Early Christian Byzantine era. Voices may have been lost under the dome of the Hagia Sophia, but Alexander Lingas and the 14-member Cappella Romana have made a historic reawakening.”

—Christie Grimstad, ConcertoNet

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