Buxtehude - Lutenist Songs (Campion/Milano/Anonymous)

Music of Buxtehude and Lutenist Songs
Alfred Deller, Desmond Dupré, Eli Goren, Leonard Friedman, Anna Shuttleworth, Maurice Bevan, Eileen McLoughlin, Denis Vaughan
L'Oiseau-Lyre OL 50102 [LP, mono]
L'Oiseau-lyre (France) OLLD 152 [LP, mono]


    Dietrich Buxtehude:
  1. Cantata for solo voice and continuo: Jubilate Domino
  2. Fugue in C major
  3. Cantata for three voices: In dulci jubilo

  4. ----
    Thomas Campian:
  5. Never weatherbeaten sail
  6. Most sweet and pleasing are thy ways, o God
  7. Author of light

  8. Francesco da Milano:
  9. (Lute solo): Fantasia

  10. Thomas Campian:
  11. To music bent

  12. Anon., ca 1615:
  13. Misere my Maker

Playing time: ??' ??"

[1] Alfred Deller (counter-tenor), Desmond Dupré (lute)
[2] Denis Vaughan (organ)
[3] Deller Consort [Eileen McLoughlin (soprano), Alfred Deller (counter-tenor), Maurice Bevan (baritone)] & Instrumental ensemble [Eli Goren (violin), Leonard Friedman (violin), Anna Shuttleworth (cello), Desmond Dupré (viola da gamba)]
[4]-[6], [8]-[9] Alfred Deller (counter-tenor), Desmond Dupré (lute)
[7] Desmond Dupré (lute)

Recording site and date:
Unknown [1955]
Rel.: 1956 (OL 50102)

[1]-[3] L'Oiseau-Lyre OL LD 127 [LP] Bach - Magnificat & Buxtehude - Cantatas, Fugue
[4]-[9] L'Oiseau-Lyre OLS 109 [LP] Thomas Campian: Lutenist songs.- Handel: Arias and duets from "Sosarme"
[4]-[6], [8]-[9] Decca 411 661-1 [LP] Grandi Voci - Alfred Deller
[4]-[6], [8]-[9] Decca 448 247-2 [CD] Grandi Voci - Alfred Deller

Reviewed in:
Gramophone (Vol./#-p.): 33/394-392 (Mar 1956).

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