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Pergolesi: Stabat Mater; Scarlatti, Etc / Guest, Norrington


Release Date: 02/13/1996 
Label:  London/Decca Double Decker Catalog #: 443868   Spars Code: ADD 
Composer:  Giovanni Battista PergolesiAlessandro ScarlattiAntonio LottiAntonio Maria Bononcini,   ... 
Performer:  Felicity PalmerAlfreda HodgsonDavid HillCharles Spinks,   ... 
Conductor:  George GuestRoger NorringtonSir David Willcocks
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Argo Chamber OrchestraCambridge St. John's College ChoirLondon Heinrich Schütz Choir,   ... 
Number of Discs: 2 
Recorded in: Stereo 
Length: 2 Hours 22 Mins. 

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Works on This Recording

1. Stabat Mater by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi
Performer:  Felicity Palmer (Soprano), Alfreda Hodgson (Alto), David Hill (Organ)
Conductor:  George Guest
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Argo Chamber Orchestra,  Cambridge St. John's College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1736; Pozzuoli, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1978 
Length: 41 Minutes 15 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
2. Stabat mater by Alessandro Scarlatti
Performer:  Charles Spinks (Organ), Keith Majoram (Bass), Marilyn Sansom (Cello)
Conductor:  Roger Norrington
Orchestra/Ensemble:  London Heinrich Schütz Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Length: 32 Minutes 5 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
3. O magnum mysterium by Alessandro Scarlatti
Performer:  Keith Majoram (Bass), Charles Spinks (Organ), Marilyn Sansom (Cello)
Conductor:  Roger Norrington
Orchestra/Ensemble:  London Heinrich Schütz Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1708; Rome, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Length: 6 Minutes 16 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
4. Domine refugium factus es nobis by Alessandro Scarlatti
Performer:  Keith Marjoram (Bass), Charles Spinks (Organ), Marilyn Sansom (Cello)
Conductor:  Roger Norrington
Orchestra/Ensemble:  London Heinrich Schütz Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Length: 4 Minutes 14 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
5. Magnificat in C major by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi
Performer:  Elizabeth Vaughan (Soprano), Christopher Keyte (Bass), Dame Janet Baker (Mezzo Soprano),
Ian Partridge (Tenor)
Conductor:  Sir David Willcocks
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Academy of St. Martin in the Fields,  Cambridge King's College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
Date of Recording: 1966 
Length: 11 Minutes 53 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
6. Crucifixus by Antonio Lotti
Performer:  Paul Esswood (Countertenor), John Willison (Violin), Philip Langridge (Tenor),
Christopher Keyte (Bass), Don McVeigh (Viola), John Scott (Organ),
Felicity Palmer (Soprano), Christopher Wellington (Viola)
Conductor:  George Guest
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Philomusica of London,  Cambridge St. John's College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
Date of Recording: 1977 
Length: 3 Minutes 39 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
7. Stabat Mater in C minor by Antonio Maria Bononcini
Performer:  Christopher Keyte (Bass), Don McVeigh (Viola), Christopher Wellington (Viola),
John Willison (Violin), John Scott (Organ), Philip Langridge (Tenor),
Paul Esswood (Countertenor), Felicity Palmer (Soprano)
Conductor:  George Guest
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Philomusica of London,  Cambridge St. John's College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1723; Italy 
Date of Recording: 1977 
Length: 35 Minutes 48 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
8. Crucifixus by Antonio Caldara
Performer:  Don McVeigh (Viola), Christopher Wellington (Viola), John Willison (Violin),
John Scott (Organ), Christopher Keyte (Bass), Paul Esswood (Countertenor),
Felicity Palmer (Soprano), Philip Langridge (Tenor)
Conductor:  George Guest
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Philomusica of London,  Cambridge St. John's College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Date of Recording: 1977 
Length: 4 Minutes 48 Secs. 
Language: Latin 

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