Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Anonymous, Thomas Campion, William [Composer] Byrd|
A Quiet Conscience: 17th century Songs
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Classical
One of the best solo treble recordings
Manfred Mornhinweg | La Serena Chile | 12/18/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This CD is a collection of consort songs from olden times, superbly sung by Connor Burrowes. It is the recording I like best of this boy singer, and among all boy singers Connor stands out for the perfection and cleanliness of his singing. It is highly recommended for for the above reasons, and also for being one of the few historically accurate recordings of this kind of music. These songs were mostly "family music", and in a 17th century English family a musical evening would more often than not find the boys singing and the older family members playing the instruments.
When I come across some uninformed person who thinks that boys can't sing with as much maturity and perfection as adult singers, I use this recording to show that they can, and do!"