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A Programme of Gramophone Records: Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Music


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Arnold Dolmetsch (virginal) : King's
Hunt (Byrd)
St. George's Singers : Lullaby, my sweet little babe (Byrd, arr. Fellowes)
St. George's Singers : Sing we and chant it (Morley) (Conductor, E. H. Fellowes )-(a) Arnold Dolmetsch and Mrs. Dolmetsch Ward ; (b) Arnold and Rudolf Dolmetsch : Fantasy for Two Viols-(a) Doloroso; (b) La Caccia (The Hunt) (Morley)
Cecile Dolmetsch (soprano), with lute and viol accompaniment by Arnold and Rudolph Dolmetsch : Awake, sweet love (Douland)
St. Georges Singers : As Vesta was ascending (Weelkes)
Dolmetsch Family: Fantasy for
Chest of Six Viols (Weelkes)
St. George's Singers, conductor,
E. H. Fellowes : The Silver Swan (Orlando Gibbons) ; Fair Phyllis (Orlando Gibbons and John Farmer)
Dolmetsch Family (Recorders and Virginals): Green Sleeves (English Sixteenth Century, variations Seventeenth Century)
Dolmetsch Family : Fantasy for Six
Viols (Dering)


Conductor: E. H. Fellowes
Soprano: Cecile Dolmetsch
Soprano: Rudolph Dolmetsch
Conductor: E. H. Fellowes

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A Programme of Gramophone Records: Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Music

National Programme Daventry, 11 November 1935 15.00

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