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The Bach performances by John Eliot Gardiner and his Monteverdi Choir and English Baroque Soloists mostly have a strong family resemblance. They're mellifluous, moderate in tempo and approach (with a not-too-small choir), with an attractive combination of being extremely well controlled and yet imbued with an open sense of commitment to what is being sung. Without saying a thing against the body of recordings with these traits, it's good to find that Gardiner can set them aside from time to time. This recording of Bach's ...

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