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Published on Jul 21, 2011
This is possibly the most definitive version of Allegri's Miserere that I have ever heard. Performed by "Pro Cantione Antiqua" in 1985.
Pro Cantione Antiqua (For the Ancient Songs) of London are a British choral group who were founded in 1968 by Tenor James Griffett, Counter-tenor Paul Esswood, and conductor and producer Mark Brown. From an early stage they were closely associated with conductor and musicologist Bruno Turner. Arguably, they were the leading British performers of a cappella music, especially early music, prior to the founding of the Tallis Scholars.
This video celebrates the glory of English Cathedrals, along with the original Latin text and translation.