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Bath Festival 1990

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Montserrat Abbey Choir School conductor Ireneu Segarra Joan Casals (organ) Anchieta Domine
Jesu Christe
Morales 0 magnum misterium
Escobar Virgen bendita sin par
Guerrero Sancta et immaculata virginitas
Rivafrecha Anima mea
Victoria 0 Regem coeli; Una hora; Duo seraphim; Tenebrae factae sunt
10.25 A Journey to Jerusalem: Raymond Calcraft introduces and reads extracts from his translation of Francisco Guerrero 's account of his travels to the Holy Land in 1588. 10.40
Vidal Fugitivo pajarillo
March 0 vos omnes
Cererols Mass; Alarma! Julia Toedetanimam meam
Viola Benaurats els qui viuen
Casanovas Angelus ad pastores

Contributors

Conductor: Ireneu Segarra
Conductor: Joan Casals
Unknown: Anchieta Domine
Unknown: Jesu Christe
Unknown: Escobar Virgen
Unknown: Rivafrecha Anima
Introduces: Raymond Calcraft
Unknown: Francisco Guerrero
Unknown: Vidal Fugitivo
Unknown: Julia Toedetanimam
Viola: Benaurats
Unknown: Casanovas Angelus

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