|Carmina Celtica (CKD 378)World-premiere recordings of medieval and contemporary spritual songs including James MacMillan ‘Os mutorum’ and John Tavener ‘Two Hadiths’.|
|Flame of Ireland (Office for St Brigit) (CDGAU 236)
World premiere performances of medieval Irish chant.“A spellbinding feeling of timelessness” The Daily Telegraph
CD deleted, but download pending.
|Felix Femina – 13th Century Scottish polyphony (CDGAU360)
The earliest Scottish polyphony in the context of a Ladymass.“Transcendental quality that absolutely suits the repertoire”
BBC Radio 3 ‘CD Review’
|Apostle of Ireland – a medieval Irish Office for St Patrick (Divine Art dda 25065)
Another world premiere recording of rare Irish medieval material“A recording shot through with a sublime, still beauty … In a word: blissful.”
Journal of Music in Ireland
“Canty’s singing is so transparent and tonally rich that boredom never rears its ugly head; While this elegant and devotional music may not be the proper accompaniment to tossing back a pint on St. Patrick’s Day, it is terrific in just about every other sense and is easily recommendable.”
All Music Guide
|Wings of Wisdom (RTCD002)
Haunting medieval plainsong by Hildegard of Bingen and anonymous 13th century Scottish chant in praise of St Columba.
“The singing on this recording is gorgeous”
American Record Guide