Beautiful voicesI liked this singing harmonizing of voices. It reminded me a little of Gregorian chanting. My mom would say in acceptance lies peace. This song reminded me of being taken into the presence of The Lord Jesus after my earthly sojourn is over. Peace.
Classical chant - beautiful voicesI like the classical chant. It is beautifully written and gives us a sensaton of peace and quieteness. Well composed, great singging, the voices are wonderful and the timing and phrasing are very good. The piece is written with enough space, which allows the music breathes. I honestly can say I am expecting to listen more! Please continue working on this genre.
Wow!Wow man is all I can say! Your harmonies are out of this world and perfect! Your annunciations and it reminds me of Fields of Gold In choir form I love this soooo much like I have chills listening to this... Amazing sir really amazing
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Ave Verum Corpus: William Byrd - ReviewThank you again for asking me to review your music. A very nice vocal harmony. I enjoy great Classical music and a good vocal section. The harmonies are very soothing and have a great blend of tones and clarity which is very important when singing and with great diction. I would imagine this in a movie setting of a reverent setting during a serious moment. Very weill done! All the best!
Ave Verum Corpus: ( “Hail, True Body”) William ByrdAve Verum Corpus: “Hail, True Body” William Byrd...wow.. like stepping centuries back in time ...in a very good way..again wow. Well done of a much higher order of music..the arangement the balance ..its wonderful. The vocals fantastic. the harmony higher register vocals ...chilling... well done . wraped it up with an amen ..yes ..Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart he would have loved it.
Fine vocal pieceNew York composer Erik-Peter Mortensen has written a fine vocal work entitled Ave Verum Corpus: William Byrd. The performance by the ensemble is most excellent. The work is relaxing and soothing. Bravo once again!
yesAve Verum Corpus: William Byrd is a piece for connoisseurs, the atmosphere that is created by the set of voices is very special and not for all, so we must be predisposed to accept certain melodies created only with the voice. you breathe spirituality, solemnity. devotion and profound respect for a superior personality who is otherworldly. I would say that it is a masterpiece of its kind and that I would like to use these voices on compositions like soundtracks. It could be possible?
Amazing musicGreat composition, polyphony, and medieval style piece. Professional performance of tenor and bass voices. However, It would be beneficial to include different kinds of rhythms and not only long notes such as quavers and semiquavers. An inspiration could be Mozart's Requiem. But obviously, the melody adopts the middle ages period music such as Machuat's one.
SoothingThis piece was very soothing to the ear and left a nice melodic message. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this beautiful song. I wasn’t quite sure of the language but that didn’t matter because the harmonies and presentation was spot on. This brought great vision and love into the imagination and was a joy to hear!! Keep writing fabulous music like this and I will continue to listen... beautiful work my friend!!
wonderful choraleVery well done . Some interesting things in there, great use of counterpoint species, wonderful depiction of the classical style. The recording is clear and well mixed, the reverb sounds pretty much like a decent hall or church, and the levels seemcorrect. Very nice composition and product overall.
Clean Classical CompositionErik recorded a very clean sound that captured the precision of the vocal harmonies. This sound is what we would expect from music in movies or public events in large venues. Nice work by all involved. Great production. Thanks for sharing. John