This work was supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences and Arts and Humanities Research Councils (EPSRC/AHRC) [grant numbers AH/G015104/1, AH/H036938/1, AH/J013838/1, AH/N00356X/1
The authors would like to thank the many collaborators who have helped in the delivery of this work: Andrew Chadwick, David Chapman, Ambrose Field, Paul Gameson and The Ebor Singers, Amelia Gully, Gavin Kearney, Stephen Oxnard, Alex Southern, Francis Stevens and Louise K. Wilson.
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