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Clichés mostly exist for a good reason, so if I say that Choirs of Angels: Music from the Eton Choirbook Volume 2 both begins and ends on a high note you may interpret that as a tribute to the impressive breadth and assurance of these eternally spacious performances of mostly massive works by Browne, Davy, Lambe et al from the Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, breathing the rarified atmosphere of late 15th-century polyphony with enviable ease.

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