International Record Review | Phantasm
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Gibbons's teasing counterpoint, bold use of dissonance and inexhaustible invention make these exceptionally rewarding works in which to immerse oneself. Phantasm have supplemented Gibbons's authentic works for viol consort - notably the fantasias for six and three parts and two In Nomines - with their own very convincing arrangements for some of the composer's best keyboard pieces and, more speculatively, of two of his church anthems.
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Led by the American scholar and musician Laurence Dreyfus all the members of Phantasm are distinguished soloists in their own right. But they combine to from an ensemble that is perfectly suited to the consort repertory.
Their individual voices and instrumental timbres are not blended into a reedy buzz, as can happen with viol ensembles. Rather they appear as distinct participants in a seamless conversation, neither too self-effacing nor too idiosyncratic.
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Phantasm's subtle tonal shadings, varied articulation and rhythmic buoyancy seem to draw even more from this music than Concordia. Compared with Phantasm, Concordia's recording of the six-part Fantasias seems just a little undercharacterized.
But these are subjective distinctions.
The real disadvantage of the Concordia recording is not the viol works, but the unappealing singing by Rachel Elliot of some of Gibbons's consort songs. Avie's recording is immediate and vivid, but I found it a little too close when listening on headphones.