Organist's Review (USA), 12/2012

"... of the four motets. These are sung by the Vocal Group Concert Clemens, a choir of 16 professional singers. Their unaccompanied singing is superb and Carsten Seyer-Hansen's interpretation of the motets is exemplary. The Requiem, in the version for choir, organ and cello, is sung by the combined voices of Concert Clemens and the Cathedral Choir - another group of 16 SATB voices. The soloists are excellent and Kristian Krogsøe provides a supportive and sympathetic accompaniment, making this as good a performance of the work as I have ever heard."
- Richard Popple

Musicweb-International (USA), 2012

"Clarity of diction is more successful in the Four Motets than in the Requiem possibly because they are only sung by the Vocal Group Concert Clemens. The Danish singers have a darker vowel sound for the Latin text than English or American choirs - for example Nimbus NI5599 from St. John's College Cambridge reviewed here - which is resonant and warm, and they have better diction of consonants than French recordings. Tota pulchra es, scored for upper voices only, could have a little more bounce to the articulation in the opening motif as could Tu es Petrus, which is a little glutinous. The pace of the motets is well measured and the conductor, Carsten Seyer-Hansen should be justly proud of his ability to communicate his intention through his choirs."

"Krogsøe and Seyer-Hansen are musicians to watch out for in the future"
- Hannah Parry-Ridout