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Francis Baines (treble viol)
Elizabeth Baines (treble viol) Peter Vel (tenor viol) Jane Ryan (bass viol)
John SHIRLEY-QUIRK (baritone) John CAROL CASE (baritone)
CHARLES SPINKS (chamber orgaL and harpsichord continuo)
Four-part Fantasias
No. 5. in B flat major No. 6. in F major No. 7. in C minor
9.16* Sacred Songs
Begin the song
O. I'm sick of life Awake. ye dead
9.32* Four-part Fantasias
No. 8. in D minor No. 11, in G major No. 12. in D minor
The songs were broadcast on August
13. 1967


Unknown: Purcell Jaye
Unknown: Francis Baines
Unknown: Elizabeth Baines
Tenor: Peter Vel
Bass: Jane Ryan
Tenor: Roger Norrington
Baritone: John Shirley-Quirk
Baritone: John Carol
Baritone: Charles Spinks
Cello: Bernard Ricrards

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BBC Radio 3, 1 February 1968 9.04

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