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Dufay and his Contemporaries


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John Whitworth (counter-tenor) Martyn Hill (tenor)
Duncan Robertson (tenor) Robert Spencer (lute)
Alan Lumsden (sackbut) Tony Moore (sackbut)
Mary Remnant (fiddle, rebec)
Marytin Wailes (recorder, Gothic harp, portative organ) director GILBERT REANEY (chamber organ)
Hasprois MedSe fu en amer veritable
Cesaris Or sus, mon cuer
Binchois Soy6s loyal a vo povoir
Dujay Ce jour le doibt
Gilet Velut 11 n'est dangier que de vilain Bartholomeus Brollo Qui Ie sien veult bien maintenir
Dujay Dongs contort a vostre amy
Antonio de Cividale Clarus ortus - Gloriosa mater
Introduced by GILBERT REANEY


Unknown: John Whitworth
Tenor: Martyn Hill
Tenor: Duncan Robertson
Tenor: Robert Spencer
Unknown: Alan Lumsden
Unknown: Tony Moore
Unknown: Marytin Wailes
Director: Gilbert Reaney
Introduced By: Gilbert Reaney

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Dufay and his Contemporaries

BBC Radio 3, 21 September 1971 22.55

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