Their sound is unmistakable with perfect pitch and harmony. The choir was first heard on record in 1910. Now 100 years later, the group is releasing a three-disc set with a bonus DVD, which includes features on how the choir stayed on the cutting edge of technology. Movies for Grownups editor Bill Newcott has more.
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