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Early music's 'nexpected' honour

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An early music recording, composed during the Middle Ages, has won Gramophone Magazine's Recording of the Year.

"Infelix Ego", created by the great sixteenth century composer, William Byrd, and performed by the British vocal ensemble The Cardinall's Musick.

Their director speaks to Today presenter, James Naughtie about their unexpected award.


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