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Vicars choral at English cathedrals; Cantate Domino; history, architecture and archaeology.
The newer, 15th-century buildings - built as a residence and hall for church singers, known as the Vicars Choral - have been fully restored and serve as a museum, displaying artifacts of daily life from centuries past as well as relics of stone sculpture found at the rock.