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Choirs in Oxford

WITHOUT a large-scale orchestra of national stature in regular residence, Oxford can sometimes seem deficient in elements of the mainstream musical repertoire. But Oxford has traditionally enjoyed a rich choral life, which extends to the many concerts that colleges mount, drawing sometimes on their own forces, sometimes on peripatetic undergraduates or choral scholars.

Sometimes a substantial enduring choir emerges; and their repertoire can be intriguing. Commotio is one: a recent ...

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