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Plainchant is always a good starting-point Fingergull – In festo susceptionis sanguinis Domini, 13th-century Norwegian material from Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim, gracefully sung entirely in unison by the 16 women of Schola Sanctae Sunnivae, opens the ears with soothing tenderness. Their commendable corporate feeling for ebb and flow is impressive in a style evincing much purity of purpose without losing an underlying sense of humanity.

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