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The Accord Treble Choir

The Missa in discantu by Swedish composer Carl Bartil Agnestig (1924-2019) sung by Accord Treble Choir last evening was one of those unforgettable sounds: New music by a composer of whom I had never heard, sung by voices so in-tune as to cause disbelief even in my ears. Accord will be performing this at their next concert sometime in June: I will be sure to let you know. They are incredible.

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