"What fruite of immortality captures the essence of English Church music where Edd picks up on those wonderful harmonic suspensions using the choir to evoke the atmosphere of a large resonant space."
"When we got to Psalm 23, Edd gave us a truly new take on this poetry. "
"Even Archbishop Parker struggled with the rhymes for this psalm erring on the side of sentimentally. Edd’s setting cut right through this placing the psalm as a beautiful piece of poetry."
"Most will be familiar with the Geographical Fuge which only gives a hint of the range and breadth of this section. It picks up on breathing and sibilants as well as presenting a rich fugal texture involving pitch and tone"
"This is a remarkable piece by Edward Caine and his collaborator Graham Bier."
"what fruite of immortality captured not only the immortality of the psalms but of English church music: a sonority that is truly English."
- Alan Gillott, One and Other
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