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The four soloists are excellent. …we recognize that we will have singing that combines tonal beauty, complete security of technique and production, and imagination. Repeats of bias are mediately ornamented, and each of the four singers is capable of using the full dynamic range while maintaining the quality of their timbres. Soprano MARY WILSON displays evenness of tone throughout her range and lots of gorgeous pianissimos.
— Fanfare
Everyone’s technique is fully up to the work’s demands, and their frequent and gratifying embellishments are always tastefully applied.
— San Francisco Classical Voice

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American soprano MARY WILSON’s crystal clear and agile soprano voice is perfectly suited to Handel’s music; I find many soprano voices too heavy and resonant for Handel, especially in opera, but Wilson makes every note ring out clearly in fast coloratura passages. I especially enjoyed her performance of the Gloria,... I found Thomas’s tempi to be careful and deliberate, which permits Wilson more freedom in vocal execution and musical expression. In short, a wonderful recording.
— Early Music America
MARY WILSON is the featured soloist... her rich overtones give gravitas to the recording, as well as displaying, especially in the “Alleluia,” a facile and expert craftsmanship. ...this would be one that every Handel lover should have.
— Fanfare
The luminous American soprano MARY WILSON, who spearheads three of Handel’s sacred vocal works on this new release from American Bach Soloists, doesn’t impose a domineering personality on the music; she seems more like its humble servant. She just happens to be an unusually gifted servant. Her light, alluring, velvety voice is as soothing as a soft, warm blanket...
— Opera News

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Soprano MARY WILSON’s somersaults through Haydn’s post-Baroque filigree with the accuracy, control and daring of an aerial gymnast; the long, slow phrases of the “Et incarnatus est” and “Benedictus” movements display her erudite phrasing and beautiful middle voice.
— Opera News
Special praise to soprano MARY WILSON, whose coloratura soars over the chorus in the Kyrie like a burst of fireworks.
— Early Music America

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Still popular and performed often in South Africa, this is the world premiere recording of the complete Easter Cantata for the Moravian Music Foundation.  


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A Christmas tradition, this recording commemorates the 128th annual performances of Handel Messiah.  


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Brahms uplifting Ein Deutsches Requiem with Duke University Chapel Music


  Handel Messiah with Duke University Chapel Music

Handel Messiah with Duke University Chapel Music in historic Duke Chapel


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New Christmas carol arrangements by St. Louis composer, Stephen Mager.  


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Christmas favorites with the Bach Society of St. Louis


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Ralph Vaughan-Williams Mass in G Minor in the beautiful cathedral basilica in St Paul MN