My daughter came in – escaping the oohs and aahs of adoring relatives - and chose this one for me. What a hideous sound!. The organ in the Prélude sur l'introit de l'Epiphanie makes a truly foul noise with the most ghastly trumpet stop known to man, Martin Ford's playing of the Fugue on a theme by Henri Rabaud is utterly and completely uninspired and, worst of all this once fine choir sounds ragged, out of tune, unsubtle and completely unattuned to the spirit of this music. Mark Chaundry makes a dreadful noise in the tenor solo of the Messe Cum Jubilo and generally the men all sound like sixth form adolescents pushed beyond their means. I wondered how I had ever got hold of such a dire disc, but then when the brass burst in with completely the wrong notes during the Requiem I remembered. I had reviewed this disc and given it a pretty thorough thumbs down back in 2008. As usual the editor sent a pre-publication copy of my review to the company in case they wanted to use a quote in their release material, but they got straight back and complained that I was wrong and that the brass wrong notes were actually what Duruflé had written. Of course they aren't and only a half-deaf lunatic would think otherwise; and I think I may have asked the editor to pass that message on. I never did see my review in print!