Playing time: 58' 11"
Pro Cantione Antiqua
Paul Elliott (a chorister), David Thomas (Belshazzar), Brian Etgeridge (magi, envious counsellor), Michael George (magi, Habbakkuk), Stephen Roberts (magi), Kevin Smith (Belshazzar's Queen, 1st angel, soloist in Beata Viscera), James Griffett (Daniel), Charles Brett (advisor, soloist in E Semine Rosa), Timothy Penrose (adviser, soloist in E Semine Rosa), Stephen Roberts (legate), James Lewingston (envious counsellor, soloist in E Semine Rosa), Edgar Fleet (envious counsellor), Ian Partridge (Darius), Members of the Pro Cantione Antiqua (couriers,satraps)
The Landini Consort
John Bryan (recorder, shawm, portative organ, bells, nakers), Peter Syrus (fiddle rebec, shawm, recorders, psaltery), Margaret McCall (rebec, recorders, taborcymbals), Elizabeth Liddle (citole, psaltery, lute tabor), Frances Kelly (medieval harp), Edgar Fleet (bells)
Mark Brown, dir.
Recording site and date:
St. Jude-on-the Hill [06/1978];
Diapason (#-p.): 428-116 (july/august 1996)
Fanfare (Vol./#-p.): 3/5- (May/Jun 1980); 8/3- (Nov/Dec 1984)
Gramophone (Vol./#-p.): 57/674-234 (july 1979) for Argo; 61/726- (november 1983) for L'Oiseau-Lyre; 70/839-102 (april 1993) for Decca
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