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CD Masters


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With Jonathan Swain.
Silvestri Three Pieces for strings
London Schubert Players, conductor Nicholas Miller (violin)
10.12 Monteverdi Altri Canti d 'Amor
(Madrigali Guerrieri ) Irmgard Jacobeit and Dorothea Forster-Durlich (sopranos), Bert van t'Hoff (tenor), Jacques Villisech (bass), Monteverdi Choir Hamburg,
Leonhardt Consort , conductor Jurgen Jurgens
10.23 Listener Request: Bach Concerto in Fin the Italian Style, BWV971 Wanda Landowska (harpsichord)
10.37 Listener Request: Dvorak Symphony No 8 in G
LPO, conductor Constantin Silvestri
11.14 Monteverdi Mentre Vaga
Angioletta (Madrigali Amorosi ) Eric Tappy and Hugues Cuenod (tenors), Marcal Cervera (viola dagamba), Christiane Jaccottet (harpsichord)


Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Violin: Nicholas Miller
Violin: Monteverdi Altri Canti
Unknown: Madrigali Guerrieri
Unknown: Irmgard Jacobeit
Sopranos: Dorothea Forster-Durlich
Tenor: Jacques Villisech
Conductor: Leonhardt Consort
Conductor: Jurgen Jurgens
Harpsichord: Wanda Landowska
Conductor: Constantin Silvestri
Conductor: Monteverdi Mentre Vaga
Unknown: Madrigali Amorosi
Unknown: Eric Tappy
Tenors: Marcal Cervera
Harpsichord: Christiane Jaccottet

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