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London Madrigal Singers

The London Madrigal Singers were founded in 1965 by their director, Christopher Bishop. The group, whose account included such popular soloists as Ian Partridge, was mainly traditional in orientation, and specific in the performing of sixteenth hundred years choral music and various other works suitable for a little choir. Their regular appearances over the BBC coincided using their work on many EMI albums. This found are the folk song agreements of Ralph Vaughan Williams, therefore their addition on these web pages.

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