Alfred Deller - The Early Recordings 1949-1953
- Alfred Deller - The Early Recordings 1949-1953
- Songs and Arias by Dowland, Campion, Rosseter, Purcell &
Alfred Deller with various artists
EMI / His Master's Voice "The HMV treasury" HLM 7234
EMI / La Voix de son Matre "The HMV treasury" 7234
- Fine knacks for ladies
- In darkness let me dwell
- Sorrow, sorrow stay
- (a) It fells on a summer's day
(b)What then is love but mourning ?
- Flow my tears
Henry Purcell (ref.: Shakespeare's " The Fairy
Queen", arr. Tippett & Bergman)
Henry Purcell/Norton: Pausanias, arr. Tippett &
- Sweeter than roses
Henry Purcell (m) / J. Dryden & N. Lee (t): Oedipus
(arr.: Tippett & Bergmann)
- Music for a while
Henry Purcell (m) / H. Heveningham (t) (arr. Tippett &
- If music be the food of love (1st setting)
Henry Purcell: The Fairy Queen (after Shakespeare), arr.
- Hark, how all things
George Frideric Handel: Giulio Cesare
- Alma del gran Pompeo
George Frideric Handel: Messiah
- O thou that tellest
- He was despised
Playing time: ??' ??"
For specific artists other than A. Deller, refer to individual
links in "Excerpts" section.
Date of release:
1982 - For specific site and date of recording, refer to individual
links in "Excerpts" section. All tracks were recorded at
Abbey Road Studios, London.
- HMV C 3951 (78 r.p.m)
- HMV C 4178 (78 r.p.m)
 HMV C 4236 (78 r.p.m)
- HMV C 4044 (78 r.p.m)
- HMV C 3890 [78 r.p.m] Music for
 HMV C 4247 (78 r.p.m)
- HMV C 4222 (78 r.p.m)
 HMV B 10 682 (78 r.p.m, 25cm)
Excerpts (similar release):
Tracks - have been later released (with many more) in a
similar CD Anthology (EMI Classics References
7243 5 65 501 2 4 Alfred Deller, HMV Recordings 1949-1954),
but not the three Handel's tracks.
Excerpts (other than original release):
Refer to individual links in "Excerpts (original releases)"
Information from owned LP.
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