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Music for Maximilian sounds of the Renaissance at the court of the Holy Roman Empire.

Author: Maximilian, Holy Roman Emperor; Fritz Wunderlich; Theo Altmeyer; Günther Arndt; RIAS-Kammerchor.
Publisher: Angel [1967]
Edition/Format:   Music LP : French
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Maximilian, Holy Roman Emperor; Fritz Wunderlich; Theo Altmeyer; Günther Arndt; RIAS-Kammerchor.
OCLC Number: 26279002
Notes: Duration: 56 min., 19 sec.
Program notes on slipcase; texts of the vocal works, with English translations ([4] p.) inserted.
Contains works by Isaac, Judenkünig, Hofhaimer, Senfl, Des Prez, Kleber, Grefinger, Finck, and Kotter.
Performer(s): Fritz Wunderlich, Theo Altmeyer, tenors, with other vocal and instrumental soloists; RIAS Chamber Choir; Günther Arndt, conductor.

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