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CD Masters

Synopsis

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.
With Jonathan Swain.
Mozart In Quegli Anni (Le Nozze di Figaro, Act 4) Hugues Cuenod (tenor), Glyndebourne Festival Orchestra, conductor Vittorio Gui
10.06 Haydn Symphony No 59 in A (Fire)
Esterhazy Orchestra, conductor David Blum
10.28 Anon Le Lai des Amants Binchois De
Plus en Plus Crecqulllon L 'Ardent Amour;
A Vous en Est Mudarra Triste Estaba el Rey David Hugues Cuenod (tenor), Hermann Leeb (lute)
10.42 Listener request: Mozart String Quintet in C, K515 Arthur Grumiaux and Arpad Gerecz (violins), Georges Janzer and Max Lesueur (violas), Eva Czako (cello)
11.19 Listener request:
Haydn Symphony No 95 in C minor
Cleveland Orchestra, conductor George Szell
11.42 Rainier Cycle for Declamation Hugues Cuenod (tenor)

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Unknown: Quegli Anni
Conductor: Vittorio Gui
Conductor: David Blum
Conductor: Anon Le Lai
Unknown: Rey David
Tenor: Hugues Cuenod
Tenor: Hermann Leeb
Unknown: Arthur Grumiaux
Violins: Georges Janzer
Violins: Max Lesueur
Violas: Eva Czako
Conductor: George Szell

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