Another encouraging review from 4barsrest.com

“Scherzo Brass MHP1309”

We have had another complimentary review published on the brass band website 4barsrest.com, on this occasion the review of Scherzo Brass which was completed in August.

The review praises the repertoire and the playing but also adds:- With excellent post-production work (the recording ambience is sharp but intimate) and comprehensive sleeve notes, Scherzo has delivered a very fine debut release.

The full review can be found at 4barsrest.com.

New military band recording

“Viva Musica” MHP1509

We have just returned from Blandford in Dorset having recorded the Band of The Royal Corps of Signals.

The project was undertaken at the beautiful Milton Abbey School and the music consists of the traditional military repertoire with some fine solo and vocal contributions.

The CD will be launched in February with a concert in Milton Abbey and you can learn more about the band at their website The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals.

Latest website review of our work

“Diamond Celebration MHP309”

A comprehensive review of the Rushen Silver Band and their new CD has been published on the brass band website 4barsrest.com.

The pleasing review notes:- The post production quality is excellent too – from the ‘in house’ art work and music notes to the usual high standard of the recording itself from Music House Productions

 The full review can be found at 4barsrest.com.

Rare issue of one of Mendelssohn’s finest

“St Paul-The Tatton Singers” MHP 1809

The work on the recording of the Tatton Singers singing the Mendelssohn oratorio St Paul has been completed and the double CD of the work will be available at the next choir concert, the Annual Christmas Concert, which is being held on Saturday 12th of December.

During Mendelssohn’s lifetime, St Paul was a popular and frequently performed work. However, compared with such oratorios as Messiah, the Bach Christmas Oratorio and St Matthew Passion or even Mendelssohn’s own Elijah it has failed to maintain its place in the choral repertory and is now rarely performed in its entirety.[

It is believed that this is the first recording of the entire work sung in English and further information about the recording, the choir and their concert schedule please visit their website at The Tatton Singers.