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Early Music America: Un Tres Doulx Regard

Un Tres Doulx Regard / Asteria (Sylvia Rhyne, soprano, Eric Redlinger, tenor, lute) / Asteria AMCD 0309 “Just like the shy young lover who is knocked off his feet by the object of his affections, the music of the first … Continue reading

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Early Music America: Le Souvenir de Vous me Tue

Le Souvenir de Vous me Tue / Medieval Chansons from the Court of Philip the Good / Asteria (Sylvia Rhyne, soprano, Eric Redlinger, tenor, lute) / Asteria AMCD 0404 In this graceful disc, the duo Asteria, winners of EMA’s 2004 … Continue reading

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New York Times: …May Best Singers Win

…Ms. Rhyne and Mr. Redlinger put across not only their music, Burgundian songs from the mid-15th century, but also a style of performance, intimate and deeply communicative. They sang these songs of love and loss as if to each other, yet drew a listener in completely, sealing the process with a meltingly beautiful rendition of Claudin de Sermisy’s “Languir Me Fais.” Continue reading

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