King's Singers

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King's Singers (Latine Cantores Collegii Regalis Cantabrigiensis) est grex musicus Anglicus, cuius sodales musicam aetatis Renascentiae a cappella saepe canunt, anno 1968 creatus. Cantores sunt sex: contratenores duos, tenor singulus, baritonantes duos, bassus singulus, sed singuli interdum variant.

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  • Contratenor 1: (Nigellus Perrin, Ieremias Jackman), David Hurley
  • Contratenor 2: (Alexander Hume, Nigellus Short, Robin Tyson), Timothaeus Wayne-Wright
  • Tenor: (Alexander Thompson, Gulielmus Ives, Robertus Chilcott), Paulus Phoenix
  • Baritonans 1: (Simon Carrington), Philippus Lawson
  • Baritonans 2: (Antonius Holt, Bruce Russell, Gabrierl Crouch), Christopherus Gabbitas
  • Bassus: (Brianus Kay, Colin Mason, Stephanus Connolly), Jonathan Howard

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