"(...) The saxon Vocal Ensemble makes light of the surprising technical challenges presented by such apparently unassuming music. It also takes a serious interest in the literary structure: Pepping′s ironic juxtaposition of verses is knowingly handled and it lovingly shapes each of the five volumes which go to make up the whole. The choir is expert in mood evocation, moving with alacrity from one emotional state to another and creating wonderful timbral variety at low dynamic levels. (...)"
Simon Heighes

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