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  2. Rogers Covey-Crump, an English tenor (b. March 24, 1944 in St Albans, Hertfordshire), was a boy chorister at New College, Oxford and later a tenor…

  3. Winner of the 1994 Kathleen Ferrier Award, Susan Gritton is one of the most versatile and accomplished lyric sopranos of her generation, acclaimed…

  4. Peter Harvey (born 1958) is an English baritone.
    Harvey specialises in Baroque music.
    However, he also sings works by later composers, including…

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  6. Timothy Roberts is an early-keyboard specialist, working as an accompanist, director or soloist on harpsichord, organ, fortepiano or clavichord in…

  7. Robin Blaze is a countertenor.

    The son of a professional golfer Peter, Robin Blaze grew up in Shadwell, near Leeds and was educated at Leeds…

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  9. James Thomas Bowman (b. November 6, 1941) is a famous countertenor born in Oxford, England. His career spans opera, oratorio, contemporary music…

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  11. Anthony Rolfe Johnson (born November 5, 1940, died July 21, 2010) was an English tenor singer.

    Born in Tackley, he studied with Ellis Keeler and Vera…

  12. See Gabrieli Consort & Players and numerous other variants scattered around.

  13. Fretwork is one of the world's most acclaimed viol consorts. Founded in 1986 in London, UK, the group mainly performs music of the sixteenth…

  14. The German soprano, Dorothea Röschmann (born in 1967), sang in the Fleinsburg Bach choir when she was seven yeas old. She started to study…

  15. Andrew Lawrence-King is recognised as one of Europe's leading early music artists, leader of The Harp Consort and the rising new star of the…

  16. Nancy Maureen Argenta (born Nancy Maureen Herbison on January 17, 1957) is a Canadian soprano singer, best known for performing music from the…

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  18. Ed Durbrow, founder of "La Primavera", has studied the lute since the mid 1970s. Among his many teachers were Robert Strizich, Paul Odette and a…

  19. Pomerium's primary mission is to perform and record the great a cappella polyphony of the 14th to 16th centuries. Singing from editions prepared…

  20. Thomas Tomkins (1572–1656) was a Welsh-born composer of Cornish origins of the late Tudor and early Stuart period. In addition to being one of…

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