Released in 2013, our first recording features plainchant and polyphony in honor of the great leader Charlemagne. Featuring liturgical reconstructions of Vespers and Compline services by Eric Rice, this beautifully produced CD is a must for all early music lovers!
"Instead of historical curiosity or art music, Exsultemus treated these works as the spiritual expression of flesh-and-blood believers."
– Boston Musical Intelligencer
Read about our latest CD project, a world-premiere recording of Orazio Vecchi's complete Le veglie di Siena!
"An attractive venture down some untrodden pathways of 16th-century polyphony."
– MusicWeb International
"The singing is outstanding and the ensemble has managed to create a great amount of unity between plainchant and polyphony."
– Musica Dei Donum
"The group of nine singers is remarkable...highly recommended on all counts."
Exsultemus and Newton Baroque's world-premiere
recording of the Fischer Vespers is now available!
This gorgeous music, beautifully sung and played, is a must-have for all Baroque music lovers.