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For a true celebration of the English high-treble phenomenon one need look no further than The Choir of Westminster Abbey Tye: Missa Euge bone. The amplitude of the basses makes a most wonderful balancing effect with the brightness of the boys, and there are great surges of sound that almost lift one out of one’s seat. Just as you think they’ve given their all, a super-charged wave of glory takes it all to the next level. Their quiet singing is heavenly too.

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