Canticum was formed in early 2003
by Caren Friel and Duncan Courts with the aim of providing the classical and church
music community with high quality sound recording, production, and publishing
services at affordable rates.
has long been fascinated with recording and being able to capture for posterity
memorable concerts and choral services. He built on his earlier experiences with
work in the electroacoustic studios at Birmingham University, and began more serious
location recording when accompanist with the Fountain Singers, a Birmingham-based
bitten by the recording bug in her first year as a vocal student at the Royal
Welsh College of Music and Drama, and her subsequent experience has been based
equally on studio tuition, studio performance, and location work.
Backed by their strong musicianship, as an organist and choir director, and a
singer respectively, and supported by a growing range of high quality professional
equipment, they form the nucleus of Canticum.
use professional equipment from the following manufacturers:
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Canticum Recording and Publishing - organ
and choral music, Canticum Recording, and Canticum Publishing are trading names
of the Canticum Partnership - Duncan Courts and Caren Friel.