Les Musiciens de la Cour de Bourgogne (I)

Les Musiciens de la Cour de Bourgogne
Nicole Grenon
Daniels, J., Pasquier, P., Pasquier, É., Pasquier
L'Oiseau-lyre (France) OL. 42 [78rpm, 25cm]

Matrix number (engraved on disc):
side 1: PART 1213; M3-94982
side 2: PART 1214; M3-94983


    Jacques Vide
  1. Las, jay perdu mon espincel
  2. Vit encore ce faux dangier

  3. ----
    Gilles Binchois
  4. Je loe amours

Playing time: ??' ??"

Lise Daniels (soprano) with Trio Pasquier [Jean Pasquier (violin), Pierre Pasquier (viola), Étienne Pasquier ('cello)]

Recording site and date:
Unknown [07/1938]
Rel.: 1938 or 1939.

L'Oiseau-lyre OL 42, OL 61/63, OL 126 & OL 136 [78rpm x6, 25-30-25-25-25-30cm] Musiciens de la Cour de Bourgogne - XVth Century

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Informations from owned 78rpm.
Notes: Davidson states in his book ("Lyrebird Rising, Louise Hanson-Dyer of Oiseau-Lyre 1884-1962", 1994, Amadeus Press, ISBN 0-931340-72-1, p. 488-489) that it is a recording of Nicole Grenon's works [no details of pieces, same as the label on my copy], a statement also supported by Bn-Opale plus, but not in "The World Encyclopedia of Recorded Music", (Francis F. Clough & G.J. Cuming, 1952, Sidgwick & Jackson, p. 717), listing the Vide/Binchois content.
Davidson's statement appears to be inaccurate; the explanation of this dicrepancy has been found in the MELVYL catalogue:
"Éditions de l'Oiseau-Lyre: OL 42 (Parts 1213 (mx M3-94982), 1214 (mx M3-94983)); Nicole Grenon misprinted as composer on label, actual contents from l'Oiseau-Lyre catalog. Contents: Las, jay perdu mon espincel -- Vit encore ce faux dangier / Jacques Vide -- Je loe amours / Binchois".
This disc was probably made in Chatou, France.

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