Guillaume Dufay: Missa « Se la face ay pale »

Guillaume Dufay
Se la face ay pale (Mass & Chanson)
The Early Music Consort of London – David Munrow, dir.
EMI CSD 3751 [LP]
Odeon CSD 3751 [LP]
Odeon 0C 061-05 541 [LP]
Seraphim 60 267 [LP, USA]
EMI/Electrola C 069-05 541 [LP, Germany]
EMI/Electrola 2C 069-05 541 [Cassette]
EMI Japan TOCE-6194 [CD]
Virgin Veritas VER 5 (or CDM, or 7243 5) 61 283 2 3 [CD]


    Guillaume Dufay
  1. Gloria ad modum tubae
  2. Chanson: Se la face ay pale
    1. Original three-part version
    2. Keyboard version I (Buxheimer Orgelbuch)
    3. Keyboard version II (Buxheimer Orgelbuch)
    4. Four part instrumental version attributed to Dufay

  3. Guillaume Dufay, Missa « Se la face ay pale »
  4. Kyrie
  5. Gloria

  6. Credo
  7. Sanctus
  8. Agnus

The Early Music Consort of London
James Bowman (countertenor), Charles Brett (countertenor), Martyn Hill (tenor), Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), Paul Elliott (tenor), Ian Thompson (tenor), Geoffrey Shaw (baritone), Maurice Bevan (baritone), Michael Laird (cornet), Alan Lumsden (cornet, sackbut), Roger Brenner (sackbut), Martin Nicholls (sackbut), David Munrow (shawm), James Tyler (viol, lute), Oliver Brookes (viol), Christopher Hogwood (harp, organ)
David Munrow, dir.

Playing time: 45' 10"

Recording site and date:
Abbey Road Studios, London, UK [09/1973];
Rel.: 1974

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Reviewed in:
Diapason (#-p.): 217-27 (may 1977).
Gramophone (Vol./#-p.): 51/612-2049 (May 1974)

Comments: Information from LP and CD, and Kevin Fitzsimmons for Japanese release.

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