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David Thomas (singer)

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Name  David Thomas

Role  Singer
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Music group  Choir of King's College, Cambridge
Albums  Songs and Dialogues, Sacred Vocal Music (Th, Bach Edition, Best Loved Hymns, Handel Coronation Anthems
Similar People  Carolyn Watkinson, Emma Kirkby, Ian Partridge, Anthony Rooley, Anthony Rolfe Johnson
Born  1943 (age 76–77)

Händel, 'Messiah', For Behold, Darkness Shall Cover The Earth / The People That Walked In Darkness

Bass David Thomas was a member of the choir of King's College, Cambridge. He has since become a well known Early music / baroque music singer, who has won particular acclaim for his performances of works by Monteverdi, Purcell, Bach, Handel, and Mozart. One of his most notable roles was in Christopher Hogwood's 1980 recording of Handel's Messiah, where he sang the bass parts alongside other famous Baroque singers, like Emma Kirkby and Carolyn Watkinson.

Thomas is also a Professor of Singing at Trinity College of Music in London.

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