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Similarly smooth sophistication can also be found Jean Guyot: Te Deum laudamus, as Cinquecento delights with one-to-a-part vocal loveliness. This first-rate male-voice consort loses nothing in richness and presence to their choral counterparts, with low pitches deliciously enhanced by a tenebrous acoustic bloom.

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