||Lionheart's debut concert, prompting Allan Kozinn of The New
York Times to exclaim that the program "...allowed Lionheart to show its
considerable strengths...the plainchant...had an eerie serenity and was beautifully
unified...smoothly blended and impeccably balanced sound...virtually vibrato-less
purity." The complete Mass for the Dead, as it might have been conducted for
Philip the Fair, King of Castile, who died in 1506.
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illumination from "The Belles Heures of Jean, Duke of Berry".