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e Walter Frye


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Jantina Noorman (mezzo)
Grayston Burgess , Kevin Smith (counter-tenors)
John O'Sullivan , Martyn Hill , Edga- Fleet, John Dudley (tenors)
John Whitworth (baritone)
Michael Wakeham (baritone) Don Smithers (cornett)
Roger Brenner (alto sackbut) Peter Goodwin (tenor sackbut) Martin Nicholls (bass sackbut) Daphne Webb (tenor rebec) James Tyler (tenor viol) director MICHAEL MORROW conductor JOHN BECKETT (organ) Ave
Regina Ave Regina (keyboard version) Rondeau: Tout a par moy
Tout a par moy (keyboard version)
Ballade: Alas, alas Missa Flos regalis
Introduced by BRIAN TROWELL


Unknown: Grayston Burgess
Unknown: Kevin Smith
Unknown: John O'Sullivan
Unknown: Martyn Hill
Tenors: John Dudley
Baritone: John Whitworth
Baritone: Michael Wakeham
Baritone: Don Smithers
Unknown: Roger Brenner
Tenor: Peter Goodwin
Bass: Martin Nicholls
Tenor: Daphne Webb
Tenor: James Tyler
Conductor: Michael Morrow
Conductor: John Beckett
Unknown: Regina Ave Regina
Introduced By: Brian Trowell

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