Les Voix Baroques

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Les Voix Baroques is a Canadian vocal ensemble specializing in early music.[1] The ensemble was founded in 1999 by Matthew White (countertenor), Chloe Meyers (violinist) and Amanda Keesmaat (harpsichordist).[2][3]

Discography[edit]

  • Carissimi Oratorios ATMA Classique
  • Canticum canticorum - motets from the Song of Songs ATMA Classique
  • Humori. Venetian carnival songs and madrigals. ATMA Classique
  • J.S. Bach Johannes-Passion ATMA Classique
  • O Poore Distracted World! - English Songs & Anthems. Yulia Van Doren, Shannon Mercer (sopranos), Matthew White (alto), Charles Daniels (tenor), Tyler Duncan (baritone) & Robert Macdonald (bass). Les Voix Baroques, Alexander Weimann ATMA Classique

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