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[Concert by Vassar College Madrigal Group] ; Sonata, clavier, F minor (W. 63, no. 6) / C.P.E. Bach

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In the choral works: Vassar College Madrigal Group ; assisted by John Christie, tenor, and John Holmes, baritone ; Donald Pearson, conductor. In the solo songs: Lorilee Burkhart, soprano ; Donald Pearson, harpsichord. In the keyboard sonata: Elisabeth Katzenellenbogen, fortepiano

Sides 1-3 contain a concert by the Vassar College Madrigal Group. Side 4 contains a keyboard sonata by C.P.E. Bach. Vocal works sung in English, Latin, or Italian. Label on disc: Vassar Archive Recording. REF QQ1-66: Side 2, Band 1 is marked with x's in red grease pencil. Notation on label for Band 1 reads: "Do not play!" Recording is audible through markings and duplicates music found in Band 2-3. Title devised by cataloguer. The vocal works recorded in concert, Mar. 24, 1955. The content of disc 1 of this recording is duplicated on REF QQ1-22

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Table of Contents

As fair as morn / J. Wilbye -- O sleep, fond fancy / Morley -- On the plains ; Ha, ha, this world doth pass / Weelkes -- Tragico tecti srymate [that is, syrmate] / Di Lasso -- Da così dotta man sei stato fatto ; Ahi che quest' occhi miei / Palestrina -- Ah dolente partita! / Wert -- Matona, mia cara / by Orlando di Lasso -- The heart to rue / M. Cavendish -- If I hope, I pine / P. Rosseter -- My heart and tongue were twins / J. Dowland -- It was a lover and his lass ; A painted tale by poets' skill devised ; Can I forget what reason's force? / T. Morley -- Leave off, sad Philomel / John Hilton -- Lo, country sports that seldom fades / Thomas Weelkes -- The silver swan / Orlando Gibbons -- Now is the month of maying / Thomas Morley -- Sonata, clavier, F minor (W. 63, no. 6) / C.P.E. Bach

Local Identifier
REF QQ1-66/67
1 item
Format - AV
2 audio discs : 33 1/3 rpm, mono ; 10-12 in. Lacquer on aluminum.