Sally Dunkley was a student at Oxford University, where she sang with the pioneering group the Clerkes of Oxenford. Since then, her career as a professional consort singer has developed hand-in-hand with continuing in-depth study of the music as editor, writer, researcher, and teacher. She is a founder member of The Sixteen and sang with the Tallis Scholars.
The White Lamentations are a wonderful addition to the ranks of the in-print . . . The voicing of this piece makes it a bit more convenient to modern choirs than Tallis's ravishing (and better-known) original ATTBB exercise in this genre, and this edition renders the piece more accessible than Byrd's early setting . . . For the choir looking for something new (well, old) and different fro a Lent or Holy Week service or concert, this pieces is a great possibility. * The Journal of the Association of Anglican Musicisn (US), May 2009 *