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Liturgical music, dramatic and meditative in splendid Orpheus Choir concert

By , 26/05/2018
The Orpheus Choir made a striking decision to perform two great choral works that are not often heard – one that is well-enough known but not so often heard (the Duruflé) and Dvořák’s Te Deum which I had not heard before. It’s one of those pieces that you are sure you’ve heard at some time, but turns out to be quite unfamiliar. Gabrieli and Dvořák However, the concert began with something... read more

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