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- London Chamber Singers (with Julian Bream (lute) in ) - Anthony Bernard, cond.
- Golden Age Singers [Margaret Field-Hyde (soprano), Eileen McLoughlin (soprano), Alfred Deller (counter-tenor), René Soames (tenor), Gordon Clinton (bass)]
- Pro Musica Antiqua Ensemble - Safford Cape, dir.
 Capilla de Musica de Montserrat, Dom David Pujol, dir.
- Brompton Oratory Choir - Henry Washington, cond.
- St. Paul's Cathedral Choir (recorded in Cathedral) - Dykes Bower, cond.
 Alfred Hepworth (tenor), Choir of Hampstead Parish Church - Jack A. Westrup, cond.
 London Chamber Singers & Orchestra - Anthony Bernard, cond.
 Joan Alexander (soprano), Alfred Deller (counter-tenor), John Wynton (tenor), Stanley Riley (bass), Hubert Dawkes (organ), Chorus and Orchestra - Arnold Goldsbrough, cond.
- Frederick Fuller (baritone), Diana Poulton (lute, vihuela)
- René Soames (tenor), Diana Poulton (lute)
- Basle Schola Cantorum Viol Ensemble
- Margaret Hodsdon (virginals)
 Thurston Dart (harpsichord)
- Susi Jeans (organ of Marienkirche,at Lemgo)
 John McCarthy (tenor), Richard Lewis (tenor), Sidney Carr (baritone), Chorus & Orchestra - Jack A. Westrup, cond.
 Arda Mandikian (soprano), Richard Lewis (tenor), Jack A. Westrup, cond.
 Norman Walker (bass), Arnold Goldsbrough (harpsichord), Trence Weil (violoncello)
Recording site and date:
Unknowm [1953 or prior]
- HMV-Gramophone HMS 32 [78 r.p.m.]
- HMV-Gramophone HMS 33 [78 r.p.m.]
- HMV-Gramophone HMS 34 [78 r.p.m.]
- HMV-Gramophone HMS 35 [78 r.p.m.]
- HMV-Gramophone HMS 36 [78 r.p.m.]
- HMV-Gramophone HMS 37 [78 r.p.m.]
- HMV-Gramophone HMS 38 [78 r.p.m.]
 HMV-Gramophone HMS 39 [78 r.p.m.]
- HMV-Gramophone HMS 40 [78 r.p.m.]
- HMV-Gramophone HMS 41 [78 r.p.m.]
- HMV-Gramophone HMS 42 [78 r.p.m.]
- HMV-Gramophone HMS 43 [78 r.p.m.]
- HMV-Gramophone HMS 44 [78 r.p.m.]
Gramophone (Vol./#-p.): 35/415- [Dec. 1957 (as HMV HLP 8/9/10)]
Information from the booklet provided with the owned LP compilation (RCA)
"Golden Age Singers" is a name given in the World Encyclopedia of Recorded Music, Third Suppl., but not named in the booklet included with this LP album. Dominic Oldham, Eileen Mcloughlin's son gave me the following explanation:
"My mother is Eileen Mcloughlin who was in fact with both the Golden Age Singers and the Deller Consort. Alfred left the Golden Age Singers and formed the Consort as a male voice only group. He decided after a relatively short time that this format was too limiting. My mother left The Golden Age Singers at the end of a tour and was approached by Alfred to join him at the Consort along with April Cantelo."
The RCA LSC number is presumably the stereo version (from backcover of the booklet) although I am not certain if it was released as such.
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