Domine, quis habitabit? Peccantem me quotidie. Holy Lord God Almighty. Deliver Mefrom Mine Enemies. Retribue servo tuo. Solemnis urgebat dies

Brenesal, Barry
May 2012
Fanfare: The Magazine for Serious Record Collectors;May/Jun2012, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p322
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the music release featuring the works of Robert Parsons, performed by Cardinall's Musick with conductor Andrew Carwood.


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