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Covey-Crump was born in 1944. A former chorister in the Choir of New College, Oxford, he became a lay clerk in St Albans Cathedral Choir. He is perhaps best known as a member of vocal ensembles such as Gothic Voices and the Hilliard Ensemble (with which he had a long association although he was not a founder member). However, he has also worked extensively as a soloist, for example in performances of:
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