John Tavener

John Tavener
Bonté, Deniau, Rousselon, Bousquet - Guillaume de Van, dir.
L'Anthologie sonore 97 [78rpm, Europe]
The Gramophone Shop « L'Anthologie sonore » AS 97 [78rpm, USA]

Production number on label; matrix number engraved on disc
side 1: AS 202; M6-?
side 2: AS 205; M6-?


    John Tavener
  1. Instrumental piece (6v): Quemadmodum

  2. Magnificat in the 6th tone: Magnificat anima mea Dominum

Bonté, Deniau, Rousselon, Bousquet
Guillaume de Van, dir.

Playing time: ??' ??"

Recording site and date:
Paris, France [1939 or prior];
Rel.: 1940

The Gramophone Shop "L'Anthologie sonore" (91-100) [78rpm x 10] A synthesis of the musical arts: 14th to 18th centuries, vol. X.
Haydn Society « L'Anthologie sonore » AS-10 XVIth Century Vocal Music (Russia, Poland, Spain, England)
Haydn Society « L'Anthologie sonore » Set HS.AS-B [LPx5, mono] L'Anthologie sonore vol. II - Vocal Music of the 15th, 16th and 17th Centuries.

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