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Exquisite Product Design

“Presentation-wise this is a model production, as have been all of Gloriæ Dei Cantores’ recent SACD’s-a spectacular and well-thought out color booklet, with full texts and translations.”
Audiophile Audition
(The Chants of the Holy Spirit)

“The booklet that comes with it is stunning and a work of art in itself.”
Grammy-award winning Basso Profundo, Glenn Miller
(All-Night Vigil, Op. 37)

“Beautifully illustrated booklet containing full texts and translations, prefaced by information pertaining to the origin of each hymn.”
Gramophone
(All-Night Vigil, Op. 37)

“A beautifully conceived package, as all of Gloriæ Dei Cantores programs are … The full texts and translations, along with the little blurbs to guide us along the journey, are tasteful in the extreme and colorfully done in a premium presentation effect.”
Audiophile Audition
(The Chants of Angels)

“The most handsome booklet I’ve seen in some time …”
American Record Guide
(Hovhaness: From the Ends of the Earth)

“The graphic design of the booklet is appealingly lavish … ”
Fanfare
(Kaleidoscope: America’s Faith in Song)

“Gorgeously illustrated booklet.”
Fanfare
(All-Night Vigil, Op. 37)

“Handsome, fully annotated booklet.”
American Record Guide
(Mandorla)

“The production is excellent, with a very full booklet just fitting into the jewel-case. This is beautifully appointed in black with pale coloured texts, including transliteration of the Church Slavonic paired with English translations, all decorated with coloured illustrations of appropriate iconography. Most helpful detailed descriptions of the music are included, together with biographical information.”
SA-CD.net
(Unto Ages of Ages)

“Elegantly packaged.”
TransCentury Communications
(All-Night Vigil, Op. 37)

“This is yet another superb production (full color booklet and wonderful notes) from a source that sets the example time and time again.”
Audiophile Audition
(The Chants of Angels)

“A deluxe boxed presentation with a separate booklet of notes and the complete text in Russian and English.”
Classical CD
(All-Night Vigil, Op. 37)

“Creative, colorful, seasonal format.”
The American Organist
(Be Merry!)

“A superb presentation … matched with exquisite visual images that relate to the texts.”
Musica Russica
(All-Night Vigil, Op. 37)

“The packaging (and production) are of high quality.”
Grammy-award winning Steve Epstein, Sony Classical Producer
(Appalachian Sketches)

“The booklets are attractively printed.”
Fanfare
(The Chants of Mary and The Chants of Angels)

“As always with Gloriæ Dei Cantores, full notes, texts and translations – in a handsomely designed booklet.”
American Record Guide
(Faith of My Heart: Sacred Music of Franz Liszt)

“Special note should be taken of the unusually elaborate work on the booklet, which is exceptionally intricate and beautiful in its mixture of pictures and typefaces.”
Fanfare
(Howells)

“Texts, translations, and notes are included in a sumptuous booklet.”
American Record Guide
(All-Night Vigil, Op. 37)

“The booklet contains excellent notes interesting commentary from the composer, and full texts.”
American Record Guide
(Adler: A Prophecy of Peace)

“Equally high (quality) is the quality of the 32-page booklet. Lavishly illustrated with attractive background imagery, it contains an overview of Hovhaness’s life and musical creed, brief discussion of the works performed, and usefully reproduces all sung texts.”
Hovhaness.com
(Hovhaness: From the Ends of the Earth)

“I should say a word about the presentation of this new release. The disc comes with a substantial booklet which contains the full texts, clearly laid out, … and a copious number of colour illustrations.”
MusicWeb International
(All-Night Vigil, Op. 37)

“Sumptuous booklet.”
Fanfare
(All-Night Vigil, Op. 37)

“The packaging is very well designed.”
Classics Today (Esperanza: A Gift of Spanish Song)

“Colorful and festive booklet.”
American Record Guide
(Be Merry!)

“One of the striking features of this release is its thick album booklet … richly illustrated.”
Well-Tempered Ear
(All-Night Vigil, Op. 37)

“The booklets are attractively printed.”
Fanfare
(The Chants of Mary and The Chants of Angels)