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Quodlibet has several musical meanings. One is ‘what you will’.
Dr Peter Giles founded this Canterbury-based quintet in
June 2000 to specialize in exploring and celebrating the rich repertory
written for mixed-voice small ensemble, one singer per part, mostly unaccompanied; also works for mixed, medium-sixed ensemble; and shorter items for all-male or female voices.

Unlike that of most comparable ensembles, Quodlibet---quite correctly---keeps mostly to secular music: madrigals and where historically appropriate, other Renaissance and medieval repertoire; similarly, glees and catches; part-songs; some longer works; discerningly selected sacred music, folk-song and other arrangements; contemporary compositions; humorous and light items; trios, duets and solos. Programmes are always varied, and usually include
the spoken word.

‘Quodlibet were in the smoothly beautiful formwe expect of them. As always, this five-voice group, singing mostly unaccompanied, delighted its audience with pure-blended tone, well-balanced ensemble and judicious programme-content’---Kentish Gazette


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