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Music for St Mark's, Venice


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Second of seven programmes LOUIS HALSEV SINGERS CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD (organ continuo)
ALAN LUMSDEN (sackbut)
Diana Cummings (violin) Godfrey Salmon (violin) Katherine Hart (viola) Kay Burdess (viola) Ursula Hess (cello)
Adam Skeaping (violone) conducted by LOUIS HALSEY anon Deus in adjutorium (Plainsong)
Alessandro Grandi Dixit Domi nus
Monteverdi Confitebor tibl Domine (Third setting, alia francese)
Monteverdi Beatus vir (First setting)
Croce Laudate pueri
Cavalli Laudate Dominum
Monteverdi Office Hymn: Christe, Redemptor Omnium Cavalli Magnificat


Singers: Christopher Hogwood
Unknown: Bernard Thomas
Unknown: Tony Moore
Unknown: Alan Lumsden
Unknown: Martin Nicholls
Violin: Diana Cummings
Violin: Godfrey Salmon
Viola: Katherine Hart
Viola: Kay Burdess
Cello: Ursula Hess
Conducted By: Louis Halsey
Unknown: Alessandro Grandi Dixit Domi
Unknown: Monteverdi Confitebor
Unknown: Monteverdi Beatus
Unknown: Croce Laudate
Unknown: Cavalli Laudate Dominum
Unknown: Redemptor Omnium

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Music for St Mark's, Venice

BBC Radio 3, 20 February 1972 22.25

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