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June 27, 2012 Hear the vocal ensemble sing a 16th-century story of a soldier's promises to a pretty maiden in the home of its bass, Craig Phillips.
June 26, 2009 With three acclaimed recordings and a recent U.S. debut, the fresh-voiced British choral group has clearly arrived on the early music scene. Stile Antico's latest CD, Song of Songs, explores some of the 16th-century's most sensuous settings of Bible texts.
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June 24, 2009 Hear the members of the young choral group Stile Antico make their U.S. debut at the Boston Early Music Festival. They sing music from their new CD, Song of Songs, featuring surprisingly passionate poetry from the Bible.
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February 16, 1999 Music critic Tom Manoff reviews Lassus, the new recording from the Hilliard Ensemble, featuring music of 16th Century composer Orlando di Lasso. His music represents the appropriation of ancient pagan culture by Mediterranean Christianity. We hear the Hilliard Ensemble sing "Prohetiae Sibyllarum."
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