Classical Music Critic Lloyd Schwartz

Classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews recordings by two countertenors: a collection of religious music for solo voice by Vivaldi performed by German born Andreas Scholl (on Decca) and Serenade (Virgin Classics) by American David Daniels.

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Vivaldi: Nisi Dominus; Motets

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Vivaldi: Nisi Dominus; Motets
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Andreas Scholl
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Decca
Released
2000

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