Playing time: 24' 04" + 23' 56" = 48' 00" app.
New York Pro Musica [Sheila Schonbrun (soprano), Elizabeth Humes (soprano), Ray DeVoll (tenor), Earnest Murphy (counter-tenor, tenor), Arthur Burrows (baritone), Brayton Lewis (baritone), LaNoue Davenport (recorders, shawms, cornet), Shelley Gruskin (recorders), Judith Davidoff (viola da gamba, fiddle), Edward Smith (harpsichord, positif organ, regal), Robert Montesi (cornet), Judith Martin (discant oboe), Ronald Roseman (alto oboe), Donald Plesnikar (tenor oboe, recorders), Arnold Fromme (sackbuts), Arnold Grayson (recorders, cornet), Kenneth Wollitz (bassoons, recorders), Frederick King (percussion)] - Noah Greenberg, cond.
Recording site and date:
Live at the Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatoire [October 6th & 7th, 1964]
Early Music America (Vol./#-p.):
Information from owned LP.
This is one of three LPs recorded in Moscow in october 1964, the two others being Melodya C10 23413 003 and Melodya C10 23417 002.
The performers listings on 3 LPs are identical and many names are obviously mispelled, so probably the list above is too comprehensive for this LP.
To FAQ references to this recording.
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