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Pro Musica Antiqua of New York [Bernard Krainis (recorder), Nina Courant (viola da gamba), Herman Chessid (harpsichord), Valarie Lamoree (soprano in ), Arnold Black (violin in )]
Recording site and date:
North Baptist Church, New York, NY, USA [03/1953]
Rel.: late 1953
 Counterpoint / Esoteric CPT 1502 (or ES-1502 on container) [LP, mono] A Baroque concert
Everest 3145 [LPx7, mono] New York Pro Musica Memorial edition.
Everest 6145 [LPx7, electr. stereo] New York Pro Musica Memorial edition
Strictly speaking, this is not a New York Pro Musica recording directed by Noah Greenberg, but rather a recording by close Noah Greenberg's friends. So this explains why the name of its director doesn't appear on the original Esoteric release.
Information from Donald Rice, (Counterpoint/Esoteric), owned LPs (Esoteric & Everest) and James Gollin (from his book "Pied Piper, the many lives of Noah Greenberg", Pendragon, 2001).
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