Playing time: 77 '24"
- The Early Music Consort of London [Don Smithers (cornett), Michael Laird (cornett), Roger Brenner (sackbut), Peter Goodwin (sackbut), Colin Sheen (sackbut), Martin Nichols (sackbut), David Munrow (recorder, crumhorn, dulcian, rackett, ), John Turner (recorder), David Pugsley (recorder), Philipp Pickett (recorder, crumhorn), James Tyler (crumhorn, viol, lute), Oliver Brookes (crumhorn, viol, violone), Simon Standage (violin), Eleanor Sloan (violin), Christopher Hogwood (regal, harpsichord), David Corkhill (percussion), John Donaldson (percussion)]
- The Morley Consort [David Munrow (recorder), Dennis Nesbitt (treble viol), Jane Ryan (bass viol), Desmond Dupré, (lute), Ian Harwood (cittern), Robert Spencer (pandora, lute)] - David Munrow, dir.
- The Early Music Consort of London [Michael Laird (cornett), Ian Wilson (cornett), Graham Whiting (cornett), Alan Lumsden (cornett, sackbut, recorder), Roger Brenner (sackbut), Peter Goodwin (sackbut), Paul Beer (sackbut), Martin Nichols (sackbut), John Turner (recorder, flute, crumhorn, rauschpfeiffen), David Pugsley (recorder, flute crumhorn), Andrew van der Beek (recorder, crumhorn, rackett, dulcian, rauschpfeiffen), James Tyler (flute, crumhorn, viol, mandora, cittern), David Munrow (crumhorn, shawm), Oliver Brookes (crumhorn, viol, violone), Simon Standage (violin), Eleanor Sloan (violin), Polly Waterfield (violin, viola, viol), Trevor Jones (viol), Jane Ryan (viol), Nigel North (viol, lute, chitarrone, baroque guitar), Christopher Hogwood (hasrpsichord, regal, organ), Nicholas Kraemer (organ), David Corkhill (percussion)] - David Munrow, dir.
Recording site and date:
- All Saint's Church, Tooting, London [01-02/1971];
- No. 1 Studio, Abbey Road, London [11/1975].
Gramophone (Vol./#-p.): (1-21) 49/581-? (oct. 1971); (22-33) 55/655-1128 (dec. 1977)
Fanfare (#-p.): 20/1-399 (september/october 1996)
- EMI (His Master's Voice) HQS 1249;
- EMI (His Master's Voice) ASD 3393;
ATTENTION! it should be noted that tracks 22-33 are identical to track 1, 3, 4 & 5 of Virgin Classics Veritas Edition 61288; it is the same recording (Monteverdi's Contemporaries).
Comments: Information from owned CD. Why re-edit the same material twice when there is plenty of Munrow's LP to re-edit?
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