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Deo gratias

(ˈdeɪəʊ ˈɡrɑːtɪəs)
(Ecclesiastical Terms) thanks be to God. Abbreviation: DG
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The arrival of the Birmingham University Singers for a rousing Agincourt Carol brought the first sound all night of basses or female voices, and by this stage it was a welcome contrast.
It does conclude, however, with the Agincourt carol, one of the most stirring melodies of all.
As an illustration of the development of liturgical styles in the last 100 or so years before the Reformation, a programme of works starting with The Agincourt Carol and Dunstaple, then moving not-so-swiftly on through Fayrfax, Taverner and Sheppard to the mighty Tallis, is more than adequate.