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Choir of King's College, Cambridge


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    Requiem in D Minor, Op. 48: IV. Pie Jesu (Ed. Marc Rigaudière) - Gabriel Fauré , Tom Pickard , Stephen Cleobury , Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
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    Rutter: Requiem: III. Pie Jesu - John Rutter , Stephen Cleobury , City of London Sinfonia
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For more than half a millennium, King’s College Chapel has been the home to one of the world’s most loved and renowned choirs.
Since its foundation in 1441 by the 19-year-old King Henry VI, choral services in the Chapel, sung by this choir, have been a fundamental part of life in the College.
Through the centuries, people from across Cambridge, the UK and, more recently, the world have listened to the Choir at these services. Today even people who aren’t able to attend services in the Chapel have heard King’s Choir, thanks to its many recordings and broadcasts, and the tours that have taken it to leading international concert venues around the world.
Despite its deep roots in musical history, the Choir has always been at the forefront of technological innovation, and records exclusively on its “impeccable” own label.



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