"Now Andrew Griffiths, the choral conductor, has had the bright idea of bringing together some of the little-known choral works of these "Gluepot" composers. And what an interesting and varied bunch they are..."
"It's a brave undertaking for Griffiths and his Londinium chamber choir. They relish the dreamy harmonies of Lutyens's 'Verses of Love'; they produce a thrillingly intense tone on Alan Rawsthorne's 'Four Seasonal Songs'; and they're not intimidated by the cruelly high notes in Bax's 'Mater ora filium'."
"It's a dream of Old England, which in the best of the pieces, such as Warlock's 'The Full Heart' attains a beauty and intensity that goes far beyond nostalgia."
Ivan Hewett (The Daily Telegraph)