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New York Pro Musica
Betty Wilson (soprano), Jean Hakes (soprano), Russell Oberlin (counter-tenor), Charles Bressler (tenor), Arthur Squires (tenor and tenor viol), Brayton Lewis (bass), Martha Blackman (bass viol), Bernard Krainis (recorders - sopranino, soprano, alto, tenor - bass), Paul Ehrlich (treble viol, rebec, tenor recorder), Paul Maynard (harpsichord), Meyer Slivka (drums, triangle, finger cymbals, tambourine, bell)
Noah Greenberg, dir.
Recording site and date:
Rel.: October 1957
Other releases (excerpts):
[2.2],  Decca DL 9438 [LP] Medieval Roots
 Horizon DL 34 541 [LP] Music for a Medieval Day - Music of the cloister, cathedral, court, marketplace, and countryside
Information from owned recordings (Decca LP) and James Gollin (from his book "Pied Piper, the many lives of Noah Greenberg", Pendragon, 2001, p. 245).
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