On Stage at Wolf Trap: The King's Singers. Episode 204

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The King's Singers are an all-male British a cappella vocal ensemble (two countertenors, one tenor, two baritones and one bass.) This performance includes both traditional and pop songs, and sometimes a blending of the two (as in the Beatles' "Money Can't Buy Me Love" arranged as a madrigal). Performance from the Barns at Wolf Trap, adjacent to Wolf Trap National Park in Virginia. After the concert, the last 20 minutes of the tape includes the ending of Act 2 of "Swan Lake." From "Wolf Trap presents the Kirov" (1986).
Maryland Public Television; Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts
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