The Cries of London

The Cries of London
Fantasias by Weelkes, Dering, Ravenscroft and others
The Deller Consort, Ambrosian Singers, London Chambers Players - Alfred Deller, cond.
Vanguard « The Bach Guild » BG-563 [LP, mono, NA]
Amadeo AVR 6149 [LP, mono, continental Europe]
Vanguard (Pye) « The Bach Guild » PVL 7077 [LP, mono, UK]


    John Cobb (17c.; ed. Denis Stevens)
  1. These Are the Cries of London Town

  2. Thomas Ravenscroft (c.1590 - c.1633; ed. Stevens)
  3. New Oysters

  4. Richard Dering (d.1630; ed. Stevens)
  5. The Cries of London

  6. Thomas Ravencroft (ed. Stevens):
  7. A Bellman's Song

  8. Anon. (ed. Stevens):
  9. New Oysters
  10. The Painter's Song

  11. William Savage (18c.; ed. Stevens)
  12. Muffins Ho!

  13. Richard Dering (ed. Henry Revell)
  14. Country Cries

  15. Anon. (ed. Stevens)
  16. A Quart a Penny
  17. I Can Mend Your Tubs and Pails

  18. Edmund Nelham (ed. Stevens)
  19. Have You Any Work for the Tinker?

  20. Thomas Ravencroft (ed. Stevens)
  21. Brooms for Old Shoes

  22. Thomas Weelkes (ed. Jeremy Noble)
  23. The Cries of London

  24. Luffman Atterbury (ed. Stevens)
  25. One a Penny, Two a Penny

[1]-[2], [5], [7], [9]-[12] The Ambrosian Singers
Denis Stevens, cond.
[3]-[4], [6], [8], [13]-[14] The Alfred Deller Consort:
Alfred Deller (counter-tenor - solo in [4]), April Cantelo (soprano - solo in [13]), Wilfred Brown (tenor - solo in [6])
London Chambers Players:
Granville Jones (violin), James Barton (violin), Patrick Ireland (viola), Kenneth Essex (viola), William Pleeth ('cello)
Alfred Deller, dir.

Playing time: ??' ??"

Recording site and date:
Europe [1956];
Rel.: 1956

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Reviewed in:
Gramophone (Vol./#-p.): 36/424-158 (Sep 1958)

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