One of the advantages of YouTube is that you can come across some very good choirs of whose existence you would otherwise be unaware. One such is the Dutch choir the Kampen Boys Choir about whose excellent performance of Farrant's 'Lord, for Thy tender mercy’s sake' I wrote about last January (see: Richard Farrant (1530 – 1580): Lord, for Thy tender mercy’s sake – Kampen Boys Choir – YouTube). At the time I intended to write a further posting introducing them and their singing but I'm only now getting around to it. The Kampen Boys Choir were founded in September 2002 and consists of sixteen boys (trebles) and twelve men (countertenors, tenors and basses). Their repertoire is mostly taken from the English choral tradition but they also undertake tours outside of the Netherlands as well as collaborating with other Dutch choirs for example by participating in the performances of Bach's St. Matthew Passion given by the Dutch Bach Society. They're an excellent choir whose clear well-paced singing I've greatly enjoyed listening to I'm sure you will too.