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There’s a wholly different male-voice character from The King’s Singers in Il Trionfo di Doro, the Italian madrigal anthology that inspired the Triumphs of Oriana, recorded as though they’re singing almost into one’s ear. If The Queen’s Six are a rich Brown Windsor soup, The King’s Singers are an equally nourishing, clear, flavoursome broth. it’s a masterclass in delicate phrasing, elegant lines, exemplary Italian and effortless madrigalian expression with standards of intonation to languish after – delizioso.

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