Tracklist

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1Crucifixus (8vv)
choir vocals:
Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
orchestra:
Philomusica of London (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recording of:
Crucifixus a 8 (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
composer:
Antonio Lotti
Antonio Lotti3:40
2Stabat Mater, Ed. Smith: Stabat Mater Dolorosa
choir vocals:
Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
orchestra:
Philomusica of London (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recording of:
Stabat Mater: I. Stabat Mater dolorosa (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
composer:
Antonio Maria Bononcini
part of:
Stabat Mater
Antonio Maria Bononcini3:22
3Stabat Mater, Ed. Smith: O quam tristis
soprano vocals:
Felicity Palmer (mezzo-soprano) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
orchestra:
Philomusica of London (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recording of:
Stabat Mater: II. O quam tristis (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
composer:
Antonio Maria Bononcini
part of:
Stabat Mater
Antonio Maria Bononcini2:39
4Stabat Mater, Ed. Smith: Quis est homo
countertenor vocals:
Paul Esswood (countertenor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
soprano vocals:
Felicity Palmer (mezzo-soprano) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
orchestra:
Philomusica of London (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recording of:
Stabat Mater: III. Quis est homo (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
composer:
Antonio Maria Bononcini
part of:
Stabat Mater
Antonio Maria Bononcini2:38
5Stabat Mater, Ed. Smith: Pro peccatis
choir vocals:
Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
orchestra:
Philomusica of London (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recording of:
Stabat Mater: IV. Pro peccatis suae gentis (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
composer:
Antonio Maria Bononcini
part of:
Stabat Mater
Antonio Maria Bononcini3:57
6Stabat Mater, Ed. Smith: Eja Mater
solo violin [violin obbligato]:
John Willison (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
countertenor vocals:
Paul Esswood (countertenor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
orchestra:
Philomusica of London (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recording of:
Stabat Mater: V. Eia, Mater, fons amoris (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
composer:
Antonio Maria Bononcini
part of:
Stabat Mater
Antonio Maria Bononcini4:31
7Stabat Mater, Ed. Smith: Sancta Mater
choir vocals:
Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
orchestra:
Philomusica of London (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recording of:
Stabat Mater: VI. Sancta Mater, istud agas (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
composer:
Antonio Maria Bononcini
part of:
Stabat Mater
Antonio Maria Bononcini1:19
8Stabat Mater, Ed. Smith: Fac me vere tecum flere
solo viola:
Don McVeigh (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12) and Christopher Wellington (violist) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
countertenor vocals:
Paul Esswood (countertenor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
orchestra:
Philomusica of London (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recording of:
Stabat Mater: VII. Fac me vere tecum flere (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
composer:
Antonio Maria Bononcini
part of:
Stabat Mater
Antonio Maria Bononcini4:42
9Stabat Mater, Ed. Smith: Juxta crucem tecum stare
bass vocals:
Christopher Keyte (operatic bass) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
orchestra:
Philomusica of London (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recording of:
Stabat Mater: VIII. Juxta crucem tecum flere (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
composer:
Antonio Maria Bononcini
part of:
Stabat Mater
Antonio Maria Bononcini2:09
10Stabat Mater, Ed. Smith: Virgo virginium praeclara
choir vocals:
Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
orchestra:
Philomusica of London (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recording of:
Stabat Mater: IX. Virgo virginum praeclara (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
composer:
Antonio Maria Bononcini
part of:
Stabat Mater
Antonio Maria Bononcini1:38
11Stabat Mater, Ed. Smith: Fac ut portem
tenor vocals:
Philip Langridge (tenor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
orchestra:
Philomusica of London (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recording of:
Stabat Mater: X. Fac ut portem Christis mortem (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
composer:
Antonio Maria Bononcini
part of:
Stabat Mater
Antonio Maria Bononcini1:58
12Stabat Mater, Ed. Smith: Fac me plagis vulnerai
countertenor vocals:
Paul Esswood (countertenor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
tenor vocals:
Philip Langridge (tenor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
orchestra:
Philomusica of London (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recording of:
Stabat Mater: XI. Fac me plagis vulnerari (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
composer:
Antonio Maria Bononcini
part of:
Stabat Mater
Antonio Maria Bononcini2:51
13Stabat Mater, Ed. Smith: Fac me cruce custodiri
bass vocals:
Christopher Keyte (operatic bass) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
orchestra:
Philomusica of London (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recording of:
Stabat Mater: XII. Fac me cruce custodiri (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
composer:
Antonio Maria Bononcini
part of:
Stabat Mater
Antonio Maria Bononcini2:04
14Stabat Mater, Ed. Smith: Quando corpus morietur
choir vocals:
Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
orchestra:
Philomusica of London (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recording of:
Stabat Mater: XIII. Quando corpus morietur (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
composer:
Antonio Maria Bononcini
part of:
Stabat Mater
Antonio Maria Bononcini3:08
15Crucifixus
choir vocals:
Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
orchestra:
Philomusica of London (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
conductor:
George Guest (organist and conductor) (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recorded at:
Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
recording of:
Crucifixus a 16 (from 1977-03-11 until 1977-03-12)
composer:
Antonio Caldara
Antonio Caldara4:49

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