A Contemporary Elizabethan Concert - The Early Music Consort Of London - Vinyl Record 12"
The Early Music Consort of London was founded by Christopher Hogwood and David Munrow in 1967 and disbanded in 1976 following Munrow's death. It produced many influential collections of early music, typical of which was The Art of the Netherlands issued as a three-record set in 1976.
Artist Artist - 1 Dowland Artist - 2 Purcell Artist - 3 Williams Artist - 4 Paisible Artist - 5 Vaughan Williams Artist - 6 Peter Warlock Artist - 7 Edmund Rubbra Artist - 8 Clive Richardson Director Director - 1 David Munrow Record Details Genre Private Label Angel Language English Releasing Year 1977 Size 12 Inches Speed 33 RPM Songs Side1 - Song1 Anon: Greensleeves To A Ground Side1 - Song2 Dowland: Five Dances Side1 - Song3 William Williams: Sonata In Imitation Of Birds Side1 - Song4 Purcell: Chaconne Side1 - Song5 Paisible: Sonata For 4 Recorders Side2 - Song1 Vaughan Williams: Greensleeves From "Sir John In Love" Side2 - Song2 Warlock: Bransies From The "Capriol Suite" Side2 - Song3 Rubbra: Meditazioni Side2 - Song4 Vaughan Williams: Suite For Pipes Side2 - Song5 Clive Richardson: Beachcomber
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