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Instrument: Vocal Ensemble

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ManchesterGothic Voices

Chethams School of Music
Gothic Voices

LaulasmaaSweelinck, Grigorjeva, Pärt, White, Byrd

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Sweelinck, Traditional, Grigorjeva, Pärt, White, Byrd
Theatre of Voices; YXUS Ensemble; Paul Hillier

LondonThe Gesualdo Six

Traditional, Praetorius, Harvey, Tallis, Frances-Hoad, de Févin, Marsh, Rutter, Pärt, Rathbone
The Gesualdo Six

BarcelonaJordi Savall: Beethoven's 8th & 9th

Beethoven
Le Concert des Nations; Lluis Vilamajó; Sara Gouzy; Laila Salome Fischer; Mingjie Lei; Manuel Walser

BerlinOrfeo ed EuridiceNew production

© Jan Winszus
Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice
David Bates; Damiano Michieletto; Komische Oper Berlin; Paolo Fantin; Klaus Bruns; Alessandro Carletti; Simon Berger

MdinaThe Rediscovered Madrigals of the Mdina Archives

Valletta Baroque Festival
Tozzi, Turini
The Monteverdi Project

LondonVoices Unwrapped: Theatre of Voices

Lang, Gudmundsen-Holmgreen, Adams
Theatre of Voices; David Bendix Nielsen; Paul Hillier
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