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[Concerts from the Library of Congress, 1989-1990 series. : Program 14, part 1] The Deller Consort.

Author: Alfred DellerDesmond DuprʹeJames W PruettRich KleinfeldtAnne McLeanAll authors
Publisher: 1990.
Edition/Format:   Musical cassette : Cassette recording : Reel-to-reel tape : English
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Radio program featuring vocal chamber of the Renaissance and Baroque periods, performed by Alfred Deller and Desmond Duprʹe, recorded on Oct. 30, 1962, and by the Deller Consort, recorded on Nov. 20, 1964, both in the Coolidge Auditorium of the Library of Congress; commentary by James Pruett; hosted by Rich Kleinfeldt.
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Named Person: Alfred Deller; Alfred Deller
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Alfred Deller; Desmond Duprʹe; James W Pruett; Rich Kleinfeldt; Anne McLean; Deller Consort.
OCLC Number: 42762852
Notes: Rebroadcast as program 13, part 2 in the 1992-1993 series.
Title supplied by Library of Congress Music Division.
Digital broadcast master: digital sound on videocassette (RVA 0056).
Produced by Anne McLean for the Music Division and the Recording Laboratory of the Library of Congress.
Script available in the Library of Congress Recorded Sound Reference Center.
Performer(s): Alfred Deller, countertenor ; Desmond Dupre, lute and guitar ; Deller Consort.
Event notes: Recorded by the Library of Congress Magnetic Recording Laboratory, to be uplinked to satellite on Apr. 2, 1990, and broadcast by WETA-FM (Washington, D.C.) on Apr. 6, 1990.
Description: 1 sound tape reel (59 min.) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, 2 track, mono. ; 10 in. + 1 script. 1 videocassette : digital, sd., mono. ; 3/4 in.
Contents: Sweet Suffolk owl / Thomas Vautor; Deller Consort (2:00)--
Alfred Deller speaking to the audience (2:20) --
The silver swan / Orlando Gibbons; Deller Consort --
Sweet honey-sucking bees / John Wilbye; Deller Consort --
Fine knacks for ladies / John Dowland; Deller Consort --
Fine knacks for ladies / John Dowland; Alfred Deller, countertenor; Desmond Dupre, lute --
Wilt thou, unkind, thus reave me ; Sleep wayward thoughts / John Dowland; Deller Consort --
Music for a while / Henry Purcell; Alfred Deller, countertenor; Desmond Dupre, lute --
Ah Robin, gentle Robin; Adeu, my hartes lust / William Cornyshe; Deller Consort men --
When the cock begins to crow / Henry Purcell; Deller Consort men (2:48) --
Mille regretz / Josquin Des Pres; Deller Consort (2:09) --
Mignonne, allons voir / Guillaume Conteley; Deller Consort (2:10) --
Il est bel et bon / Passereau; Deller Consort (1:14) --
L'incoronazione di Poppea. Anima mea / Claudio Monteverdi; Alfred Deller, countertenor (1:24) --
Lasciatemi morire / Claudio Monteverdi; Deller Consort (2:01) --
Moro lasso / Carlo Gesualdo; Deller Consort (3:49) --
The water of Tyne / Maurice Bevan, arr.; Deller Consort --
unidentified work.
Other Titles: Deller Consort
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Radio program featuring vocal chamber of the Renaissance and Baroque periods, performed by Alfred Deller and Desmond Duprʹe, recorded on Oct. 30, 1962, and by the Deller Consort, recorded on Nov. 20, 1964, both in the Coolidge Auditorium of the Library of Congress; commentary by James Pruett; hosted by Rich Kleinfeldt.

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