If it weren't for
Clare, I wouldn't
be the singer
I am today
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'With gold of obedience and incense of lowliness'
Graham Ross directs the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge in music from the sixteenth and twentieth centuries celebrating the feast of Epiphany and the journey of the Magi, culminating in Arnold Bax's 1926 a cappella masterpiece, Mater ora filium.
"eloquent and translucent singing" - San Francisco Chronicle
'the sound is rich and sonorous, the mixed voice parts perfectly balanced and bright in tone....An exceptionally satisfying CD.' 5 stars - Choir & Organ