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Baker's Dozen of Yale University

Founded in 1947, the BakerÆs Dozen of Yale University is one of the nation's oldest a cappella ensembles. Currently comprised of 17 undergraduate men, they perform a wide variety of arrangements ranging from traditional ballads to jazz, rock, gospel, and contemporary hits. In the past few years, the group has performed in many different venues across the nation, including The White House and the Spirit Awards in Los Angeles. Every two years, the Baker's Dozen releases a self-produced album. Their most recent effort, The Bottom Line, was released in the fall of 2000.

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Baker's Dozen of Yale University and The University of Virginia Hullabahoos 3/18/01: Baker's Dozen of Yale University and The University of Virginia Hullabahoos

The University of Virginia Hullabahoos and the Baker's Dozen of Yale University team up for an evening of outstanding a cappella.

Baker's Dozen of Yale University and The University of Virginia Hullabahoos

The University of Virginia Hullabahoos and the Baker's Dozen of Yale University team up for an evening of outstanding a cappella.

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