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Whom does one blame when a recording’s opening chord is lamentably ill-tuned: maybe the lax producer who should have made American group Consortium Carissimi do it over again? While they go on to make an enthusiastic, moderately persuasive case for the Cantatas, op.25, of Bonifazio Graziani, the lack of complete texts is irritating and a mannered, old-fashioned style suggests a certain naivety.

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