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"The Sixteen, under Harry Christophers, has developed its own mellifluous, disciplined manner, manicured and highly polished." - Daily Telegraph

The sacred choral music of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries from Venice, especially that written for the splendor of St. Mark's, has a unique style. From the rich and sonorous sound world of the Gabrieli to the airy zestfulness of Caldara's contemporary Vivaldi, this was music that dazzled the rest of Europe.

The Sixteen, founded in 1977 by director Harry Christophers, have received nearly every major prize of the recording industry including the prestigious Gramophone Award for Early Music. The group has released more than eighty albums. The Sixteen's special reputation for early English polyphony, masterpieces of the Renaissance, and a diversity of twentieth-century music is founded on a naturalness of performance, a revealing clarity and beauty of sound, precision, and a dramatic intensity of delivery.

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