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ALEXANDER L'ESTRANGE

Alexander L'Estrange was a chorister at New College, Oxford, and went on to read music at Merton College, graduating in 1994 with First Class Honours. Besides being a professional countertenor, singing with groups such as The Gabrieli Consort, he is a published composer and arranger, jazz double bass player and pianist, jazz examiner for the Associated Board, CD producer and Musical Director, most recently for The Choirboys. For further information, visit http://www.forbes-lestrange.co.uk.


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GIBBONS, O.: Hymnes and Songs of the Church (Tonus Peregrinus, Pitts) Naxos
8.557681
Chamber Music, Choral - Sacred, Chamber Music, Choral - Sacred

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