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It is worth noting that the Amazon customer reviews for these albums all run to five stars. To paraphrase Miss Jean Brodie: For those who like this sort of thing, this is the sort of thing they like.
Open to debate, of course, is Brother Haugen's suggestion that the Holy Spirit was somnolent in the Mass in the 400 years between the Council of Trent and the Second Vatican Council (thanks to Catholic Light for the link). Leaving aside all the saints formed in the four centuries of the Old Mass, this is like saying Palestrina and Mozart were pikers, but oh, those Cowsills!