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Edward Higginbottom of New College, Oxford, and Bernarr Rainbow, the Campaign's first President, take issue with remarks of Peter Phillips of the Tallis Scholars who had cast slights on the singing ability of boy choristers.
Dischord in the choir
These days, cathedral closes reverberate to more than the sweet sound of heavenly voices; the advent of girl choristers has unleashed a chorus of opposition. John Cunningham of 'The Guardian' hears both sides of the argument.
Our Unique Choral Heritage
Hugh Curtis, a choirmaster with many years of practical experience behind him and with insight gained from that experience, makes a passionate plea for keeping to tradition.
Psalm 49 - This is the way of them – this is their foolishness
Peter Giles has spent a professional lifetime in cathedral and church choirs. The step-by-step disappearance of the choirboy he describes here is what he has witnessed on countless occasions. This article can be usefully read in conjunction with the articles on the Research page by Dr Arthur Saunders.