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About Pro Cantione Antiqua
The Pro Cantione Antiqua of London were founded in the 1960s by Tenor James Griffett, Counter-tenor Paul Esswood, and conductor/producer Mark Brown. From an early stage they were closely associated with conductor and musicologist Bruno Turner. They were probably the leading British performers of a cappella music, especially early music, prior to the founding of the Tallis Scholars. Though principally an all-male group they have supplemented with female voices where appropriate (eg for the 1978 recordings OUP 151/2 under Philip Ledger, to accompany The Oxford Book of English Madrigals)