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Record Release


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With Anthony Burton.
Vivaldi Concerto in C for two oboes and two clarinets (RV560)
City of London Sinfonia/ Nicholas Kraemer
9.41 Grainger Australian UpCountry Song; The Gypsy's Wedding Day; Brigg Fair
Polyphony/Stephen Layton
9.50 Delius Brigg Fair LSO/Anthony Collins
10.07 Schiitz Die mit
Tranen saen; Das istje gewisslich wahr
Schutz-Akademie, conductor Howard Arman
10.17 Beethoven String Quartet in C, Op 59 No 3 (Rasumovsky)
Guarneri Quartet
10.51 Fayrfax Ave Dei patris filia
The Cardinall's Musick, conductor Andrew Carwood
11.05 Goldschmidt Cello
David Geringas (cello)
Magdeburg PO, conductor Mathias Husmann
11.28 Motets from the Codex Specialnik
The Hilliard Ensemble
11.35 Mozart Symphony No 34 in C
Royal Concertgebouw
Orchestra/George Szell Producer Clive Portbury Discs


Unknown: Anthony Burton.
Unknown: Nicholas Kraemer
Conductor: Howard Arman
Unknown: Fayrfax Ave Dei
Conductor: Andrew Carwood
Cello: David Geringas
Conductor: Mathias Husmann
Producer: Clive Portbury

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