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If your preference is for trebles on top, a number of Tallis works appear alongside Byrd, Mundy and Gibbons in Threads of Gold, as the Choir of York Minster explores the Tudor golden age of sacred music with deep affection and intensity. The vast spaces of the Minster are evoked without sacrificing too much detail, and some obtrusive tenor wobble is generally tolerable in the context of such committed singing.

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