Medieval English Carols & Italian Dances

Medieval English Carols & Italian Dances
New York Pro Musica - Noah Greenberg, dir.
Decca "Gold Label " DL 9418 [LP, mono]
Decca "Gold Label " DL 7 9418 [LP, stereo]
Brunswick AXA 4517 [LP, mono]
Brunswick SAXA 4517 [LP, stereo]
EMI 4517 [LP]
Coral COCS 3708 [LP, France]


    Anon., England:
  1. Nowel syng we bothe al and som
    Lullay, lullow, lully, lullay
    Ave Maria gracia Dei plena

  2. Anon., Italy:
  3. Saltarello
    Istampita "Palamento"

  4. Anon., England:
  5. Ther is no rose of swych vertu
    Ave, Rex angelorum
    Nova, nova

  6. ----
    Anon., England:
  7. Make we joye nowe in this fest
    Hayl, Mary, ful of grace
    Mervele noght, Josep, on Mary mylde

  8. Anon., Italy:
  9. Saltarello I
    Saltarello II

  10. Anon., England:
  11. Nowell, nowell, nowell
    Salve, sancta parens
    Deo Gracias, Anglia

Playing time: ??' ??"

New York Pro Musica [Sheila Schonbrun (soprano), Carolyn Backus (soprano), Robert White (countertenor), Charles Bressler (tenor), Gordon Myers (baritone), Brayton Lewis (bass), LaNoue Davenport (recorder, krummhorns), Shelley Gruskin (recorder, krummhorns, schryari), Barbara Mueser (bass viol), Paul Maynard (portative organ, regal, psaltery)] & John Ferrante (countertenor), David Dodds (tenor), Arthur Burrows (baritone), Marvin Hayes (bass), Ronald Roseman (alto shawm), George Gaber (percussion, bells) - Noah Greenberg, dir.

Recording site and date:
Unknown [1962];
Rel.: 1962

Other releases (excerpts):
[4.2], [5.1], [5.2] Decca DL 9438 [LP] Medieval Roots
[6.3] Horizon DL 34 541 [LP] Music for a Medieval Day - Music of the cloister, cathedral, court, marketplace, and countryside

Reviewed in:
Diapason (#-p.):
Gramophone (Vol./#-p.):
Fanfare (Vol./#-p.):

Information from owned LP (Decca), from Medieval and Renaissance Music on Long-playing Records # 674, BN-Opale and Lambert van Stratum.

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Pierre-F. Roberge