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Salzburg without Mozart


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Biber Mensa sonora:
Pars I in D:
Musica Antiqua Koln/Goebel
9.45 Felix tantae prolis (Office of St Rupert)
P Hofhaimer Recordare
Schola Hungarica/
Laszlo Dobszay (organ)
9.51 Stefano Bernardi
0 dulcissima dilecta mia
Catherine Bott (sop), New London Consort/Pickett
9.54 Biber Mystery Sonata No 4: The
Presentation: John Holloway (violin), Davitt Moroney (organ), Tragicomedia
10.03 Leopold Mozart Symphony in G 'Neue Lambach Academy of Ancient Music/Jaap
Schroder, Christopher Hogwood (continuo)
10.26 Michael Haydn Concerto in D: Anthony Halstead (natural horn), Hanover Band/Goodman
10.42 Eberlin Toccata tertia
Hedwig Bilgram (organ)
10.52 Biber Missa Sancti Henrici: James Griffet (ten) Michael Schopper (bass) Regensburger Domspatzen Collegium Aureum/Maier Records. Producer Graham Dixon


Unknown: Musica Antiqua
Unknown: Laszlo Dobszay
Unknown: Stefano Bernardi
Unknown: Catherine Bott
Violin: John Holloway
Violin: Davitt Moroney
Unknown: Leopold Mozart
Unknown: Christopher Hogwood
Unknown: Michael Haydn
Unknown: Anthony Halstead
Unknown: Hedwig Bilgram
Unknown: Biber Missa Sancti
Unknown: James Griffet
Bass: Michael Schopper
Bass: Regensburger Domspatzen
Producer: Graham Dixon

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Salzburg without Mozart

BBC Radio 3, 1 February 1991 9.35

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