Guillaume Dufay (c. 1400-1474)

Guillaume Dufay (vers 1400-1474)
La Société Pro Musica Antiqua de Bruxelles – Safford Cape, dir.
L'Anthologie sonore 35 [78rpm 30cm. Europe]
The Gramophone Shop « L'Anthologie sonore » AS 35 [78rpm, 30cm, USA]

Production number engraved & on label; matrix number engraved on disc
side 1: AS 66; M6-83291 (?)
side 2: AS 67; M6-83292 (?)


    Guillaume Dufay: Missa « Se la face ay pale »
  1. Kyrie

  2. Guillaume Dufay
  3. Anthem-Motet: Alma Redemptoris Mater

La Société Pro Musica Antiqua de Bruxelles
(voices, instruments)
Safford Cape, dir.; Curt Sachs, art. dir.

Playing time: 04' 13" + 04' 03" = 08' 16"

Recording site and date:
Paris, France [before july 1935, from Gagnepain, 1936 from BnF];
Rel.: 1936.

The Gramophone Shop « L'Anthologie sonore » (31-40) [78rpm x 10] A synthesis of the musical arts: 14th to 18th centuries, vol. IV
Haydn Society « L'Anthologie sonore » AS 3 [LP, mono] The 14th & 15th Centuries: Machault and Dufay.
Haydn Society « L'Anthologie sonore » Set HS.AS-A [LPx5, mono] L'Anthologie sonore vol. I.

Information from BnF Gallica, owned 78rpm french release & LP; also from Revue belge de Musicologie, Vol. XXXIV-XXXV (1980-1981): Bernard Gagnepain - Safford Cape et le "miracle" Pro musica antiqua (p. 212); and also "The Gramophone Shop Encyclopedia of Recorded Music", 1942 ed.
Number M6 83291 (?) & M6 83292 (?) are engraved on disc but partly covered by paper label.

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