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Orlando Gibbons, The Telemann Society Chorus Directed By Theodora Schulze - The Art Of Orlando Gibbons FLAC album


Performer: Orlando Gibbons
Genre: Classical music
Title: The Art Of Orlando Gibbons
Released: 1963
Style: Renaissance
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Orlando Gibbons (baptised 25 December 1583 – 5 June 1625) was an English composer, virginalist and organist of the late Tudor and early Jacobean periods. He was a leading composer in England in the early 17th century. Gibbons was born in 1583 and baptised on Christmas Day at Oxford, where his father William Gibbons was working as a wait.

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A1 Band I: The Preces. Baritone Vocals – Dana Deer, Millard Williams Chorus – The Telemann Society Chorus Composed By – Orlando Gibbons Contralto Vocals – Evelyn Coston, Frances Pavlides, Mary Fassler, Sofie Laufer Countertenor Vocals – Roger Lindley Directed By – Theodora Schulze Organ – Nixon Bicknell Soprano Vocals – Eileen Laurence, Elizabeth Infante, Victoria Morgan Spinet – Dorothy Walters Tenor Vocals – Frank Clifford, George Oran, Paul Fran.

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Gibbons compiled the first musical publication for use in English churches, Hymnes and Songs of the Church, in 1623, the same year the "first folio" of Shakespeare appeared. It is a very simple publication, consisting of 42 hymn melodies set to ground basses and nothing more. Nonetheless, for those looking for a recording of the Gibbons work specifically, this will not fit the bill, as it goes too far outside the boundaries of Gibbons to truly represent him as he stands, at least in this basic and functionally intended repertoire.

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The Art of Orlando Gibbons LP Vox 1963 Telemann Society. Customs services and international tracking provided. Theodora Schulze - The Art Of Orlando Gibbons LP VG+ PL 14010 Mono RVG 1963. The high renaissance-orlando e-insert-archive arc 3053-NM.

Tracklist

A1 Band I: The Preces 2:04
Band II (7:55)
A2.1 A Fancy For A Double Orgaine (Dorian Mode)
A2.2 In Nomine (Aelian Mode)
Band III (2:34)
A3.1 "O Lord, Increase My Faith"
A3.2 "Almighty And Everlasting God"
Band IV (3:25)
A4.1 Fantasia (Dorian Mode)
A4.2 Fantasia (Aeolian Mode)
A5 Band V: "See, The Word Is Incarnate" 5:28
B1 Band I: Fantasia For Recorders And Harpsichord In The Dorian Mode 2:52
B2 Band II: Music For A Plucked Keyboard Instruments 3:51
B3 Band III: Madrigal, "The Silver Swan" 1:00
B4 Band IV: "The Wood So Wilde" 5:40
B5 Band V: Verse Anthem, "This Is The Record Of John" 3:46
Band VI (3:01)
B6.1 Kyrie Eleison
B6.2 Gloria Patrie (Canon Two In One)
B6.3 Sanctus
B6.4 Nunc Dimittis

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Vox Productions, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Central Presbyterian Church, Montclair, NJ

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals – Dana Deer, Millard Williams
  • Chorus – The Telemann Society Chorus
  • Composed By – Orlando Gibbons
  • Contralto Vocals – Evelyn Coston, Frances Pavlides, Mary Fassler, Sofie Laufer
  • Countertenor Vocals – Roger Lindley
  • Directed By – Theodora Schulze
  • Organ – Nixon Bicknell
  • Soprano Vocals – Eileen Laurence, Elizabeth Infante, Victoria Morgan
  • Spinet [Pentagonal Spinet] – Dorothy Walters
  • Tenor Vocals – Frank Clifford , George Oran, Paul Fran

Notes

Purple labels with silver lettering.