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|The Tudor dynasty: Alamire perform at Cadogan Hall|
|Some of England’s greatest choral music dates from the period of political and religious upheaval during the late 15th to early 17th centuries, when composers were having to adapt to new monarchs and changes to the church service almost as frequently as they would have changed their shirts. This created an extremely fertile atmosphere for new and experimental choral music, using the full spectrum of vocal colour and texture, from the lowest bass to the highest treble in the church choir.
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