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Look at the World

John Rutter introduces Summer Fields Chapel Choir in probably the world's first virtual recording of his song, Look at the World.
16 Jun 2020
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John Rutter introduces Summer Fields Chapel Choir
John Rutter introduces Summer Fields Chapel Choir

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