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On the subject of Luther and shifting back a century to Samuel Scheidt, I Sonatori explore his Geistliche Concerte and works by contemporaries, with the solemnly sonorous combination of strings, dulcian, organ and voice. One might enjoy it best by listening blind while indulging in nerdy chorale-spotting.

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