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The Southwark Cathedral Merbecke Choir was established in late 2003 to provide a choir for ex-cathedral choristers (boys and girls) to continue singing. It also comprises other young singers - often ex-choral scholars from university college choirs and student singers based in London. The Merbecke Choir is the only amateur chamber choir attached to a London cathedral.

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  • The Southwark Cathedral Merbecke Choir was established in late 2003 to provide a choir for ex-cathedral choristers (boys and girls) to continue singing. It also comprises other young singers - often ex-choral scholars from university college choirs and student singers based in London. The Merbecke Choir is the only amateur chamber choir attached to a London cathedral. The choir is named after John Merbecke, an English theological writer and musician known for producing a song-noted edition of the 1549 Book of Common Prayer. He was tried and convicted of heresy in the retroquire of Southwark Cathedral in 1543 but received a pardon owing to the intervention of the Bishop of Winchester, Stephen Gardner. (en)
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  • The Southwark Cathedral Merbecke Choir was established in late 2003 to provide a choir for ex-cathedral choristers (boys and girls) to continue singing. It also comprises other young singers - often ex-choral scholars from university college choirs and student singers based in London. The Merbecke Choir is the only amateur chamber choir attached to a London cathedral. (en)
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  • Southwark Cathedral Merbecke Choir (en)
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