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The Suspicious Cheese Lords

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biography
The Suspicious Cheese Lords broaden the global repertoire and listenership of choral music by unearthing forgotten works, breathing new life into familiar pieces, and supporting emerging composers. Specializing in early music, this unique brotherhood's concerts, liturgies, recordings, and educational programs provide a scholarly yet accessible interpretation of music of all eras, inspiring fans and future musicians alike.

The Suspicious Cheese Lords, also known as Suscipe Quæso Domine, is a male a cappella ensemble based in Washington, D.C.. SCL is a wholly autonomous, professional ensemble and a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization whose mission is to stimulate interest in early music throughout the metropolitan Washington area and beyond. Secondarily, SCL has established a reputation for researching, recording, and promoting previously unrecorded works of Renaissance composers.

From 1998 to present, the Cheese Lords served as artists in residence at Mount St. Sepulchre Franciscan Monastery, the Franciscan Monastery in Washington, DC. The Cheese Lords assisted in developing "An Evening at the Tabard Inn," an event for the Smithsonian Institution's Resident Associates program... (+) expand
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pianolove (level 32) wrote:
Love love love it.
6 years ago
DollyShot (level 30) wrote:
Thank you for providing some extra diversity on T61. Lovely! :D
7 years ago
susabelle (level 13) wrote:
Tranquility as its best. Thank you. I'll be back for more.
7 years ago
coffeebuzz (level 36) wrote:
Gotta' get my Liber Usualis out and follow along...
7 years ago
SelenesDream (level 24) wrote:
I love you guys. :-)
7 years ago
KaosMom (level 21) wrote:
oh my ...
7 years ago
bigbadbarton (level 29) wrote:
Yikes! This is really cool.
7 years ago
marshcarol (level 1) wrote:
Most smitten am I with these heavenly sounds. Feel like I'm about to float away from my desk...
7 years ago
puzat (level 38) wrote:
Simply, positively, absolutely, unambiguously, beatific
reminds me of Thomas Tallis
peace
7 years ago
The Suspicious Cheese Lords wrote:
we just created a twitter account. check us out there, shoot us a message. we'll be waiting :)
7 years ago
waltdiggs (level 24) wrote:
Yes! Thanks for fixing that...and I forgot to mention, welcome to T61!
7 years ago
soundsgood (level 43) wrote:
thank you for sharing your beautiful music here :D
7 years ago
acousticroom57 (level 30) wrote:
alors c'est bien les fromages
or how you say ' the cheeses of nazareth' geddit ?
7 years ago
Manth (level 34) wrote:
Thank so much for sharing! So beautiful...don't know what else to say. Again, thank you.

Michelle
7 years ago
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