Annotation

The Bach Guild: Historical Anthology

DATES
Booklet: “Recorded: 1960; originally released as BG 551 = https://www.discogs.com/release/6757061 , according to who’s list https://www.discogs.com/label/247363-The-Bach-Guild release year is ‘unknown” but the ‘surrounding’ 4 releases are from 1955
Medium: “(P) 1960”
Back: “(P) 1958”

medieval.org’s Deller Discography http://www.medieval.org/emfaq/performers/deller.html has this release at http://www.medieval.org/emfaq/cds/van551.htm with original recording & release date 1955.

Annotation last modified on 2018-03-06 15:38 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
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1The Lamentations of Jeremiah the Prophet: Part I: Incipit Lamentatio Jeremiae
recording engineer:
Franz Plott (engineer) (ended)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (bass-baritone) (in 1955)
bass vocals:
John Frost (bass singer) (in 1955)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
tenor vocals:
Wilfred Brown (tenor) (in 1955) and Gerald English (English tenor) (in 1955)
vocals:
Deller Consort (UK vocal & instrumental early music ensemble) (in 1955)
conductor:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Hall in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (in 1955)
recording of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (I), P. 102: Incipit lamentatio (in 1955)
composer:
Thomas Tallis (composer)
part of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (I), P. 102
Thomas Tallis1:12
2The Lamentations of Jeremiah the Prophet: Part I: Aleph. Quomodo sedet
recording engineer:
Franz Plott (engineer) (ended)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (bass-baritone) (in 1955)
bass vocals:
John Frost (bass singer) (in 1955)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
tenor vocals:
Wilfred Brown (tenor) (in 1955) and Gerald English (English tenor) (in 1955)
vocals:
Deller Consort (UK vocal & instrumental early music ensemble) (in 1955)
conductor:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Hall in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (in 1955)
recording of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (I), P. 102: Aleph (in 1955)
composer:
Thomas Tallis (composer)
part of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (I), P. 102
Thomas Tallis2:36
3The Lamentations of Jeremiah the Prophet: Part I: Beth.
recording engineer:
Franz Plott (engineer) (ended)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (bass-baritone) (in 1955)
bass vocals:
John Frost (bass singer) (in 1955)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
tenor vocals:
Wilfred Brown (tenor) (in 1955) and Gerald English (English tenor) (in 1955)
vocals:
Deller Consort (UK vocal & instrumental early music ensemble) (in 1955)
conductor:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Hall in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (in 1955)
recording of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (I), P. 102: Beth (in 1955)
composer:
Thomas Tallis (composer)
part of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (I), P. 102
Thomas Tallis0:29
4The Lamentations of Jeremiah the Prophet: Part I: Plorans ploravit
recording engineer:
Franz Plott (engineer) (ended)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (bass-baritone) (in 1955)
bass vocals:
John Frost (bass singer) (in 1955)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
tenor vocals:
Wilfred Brown (tenor) (in 1955) and Gerald English (English tenor) (in 1955)
vocals:
Deller Consort (UK vocal & instrumental early music ensemble) (in 1955)
conductor:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Hall in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (in 1955)
recording of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (I), P. 102: Plorans ploravit (in 1955)
composer:
Thomas Tallis (composer)
part of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (I), P. 102
Thomas Tallis4:08
5The Lamentations of Jeremiah the Prophet: Part II: De Lamentatio Jeremiae
recording engineer:
Franz Plott (engineer) (ended)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (bass-baritone) (in 1955)
bass vocals:
John Frost (bass singer) (in 1955)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
tenor vocals:
Wilfred Brown (tenor) (in 1955) and Gerald English (English tenor) (in 1955)
vocals:
Deller Consort (UK vocal & instrumental early music ensemble) (in 1955)
conductor:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Hall in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (in 1955)
recording of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (II), P. 110: De lamentatione (in 1955)
composer:
Thomas Tallis (composer)
part of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (II), P. 110
Thomas Tallis1:36
6The Lamentations of Jeremiah the Prophet: Part II: Gimel.
recording engineer:
Franz Plott (engineer) (ended)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (bass-baritone) (in 1955)
bass vocals:
John Frost (bass singer) (in 1955)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
tenor vocals:
Wilfred Brown (tenor) (in 1955) and Gerald English (English tenor) (in 1955)
vocals:
Deller Consort (UK vocal & instrumental early music ensemble) (in 1955)
conductor:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Hall in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (in 1955)
recording of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (II), P. 110: Ghimel (in 1955)
composer:
Thomas Tallis (composer)
part of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (II), P. 110
Thomas Tallis0:59
7The Lamentations of Jeremiah the Prophet: Part II: Migravit Judas
recording engineer:
Franz Plott (engineer) (ended)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (bass-baritone) (in 1955)
bass vocals:
John Frost (bass singer) (in 1955)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
tenor vocals:
Wilfred Brown (tenor) (in 1955) and Gerald English (English tenor) (in 1955)
vocals:
Deller Consort (UK vocal & instrumental early music ensemble) (in 1955)
conductor:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Hall in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (in 1955)
recording of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (II), P. 110: Migravit Iuda (in 1955)
composer:
Thomas Tallis (composer)
part of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (II), P. 110
Thomas Tallis1:59
8The Lamentations of Jeremiah the Prophet: Part II: Daleth.
recording engineer:
Franz Plott (engineer) (ended)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (bass-baritone) (in 1955)
bass vocals:
John Frost (bass singer) (in 1955)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
tenor vocals:
Wilfred Brown (tenor) (in 1955) and Gerald English (English tenor) (in 1955)
vocals:
Deller Consort (UK vocal & instrumental early music ensemble) (in 1955)
conductor:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Hall in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (in 1955)
recording of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (II), P. 110: Daleth (in 1955)
composer:
Thomas Tallis (composer)
part of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (II), P. 110
Thomas Tallis0:32
9The Lamentations of Jeremiah the Prophet: Part II: Omnes persecutores
recording engineer:
Franz Plott (engineer) (ended)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (bass-baritone) (in 1955)
bass vocals:
John Frost (bass singer) (in 1955)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
tenor vocals:
Wilfred Brown (tenor) (in 1955) and Gerald English (English tenor) (in 1955)
vocals:
Deller Consort (UK vocal & instrumental early music ensemble) (in 1955)
conductor:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Hall in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (in 1955)
recording of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (II), P. 110: Omnes persecutores (in 1955)
composer:
Thomas Tallis (composer)
part of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (II), P. 110
Thomas Tallis3:27
10The Lamentations of Jeremiah the Prophet: Part II: Heth.
recording engineer:
Franz Plott (engineer) (ended)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (bass-baritone) (in 1955)
bass vocals:
John Frost (bass singer) (in 1955)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
tenor vocals:
Wilfred Brown (tenor) (in 1955) and Gerald English (English tenor) (in 1955)
vocals:
Deller Consort (UK vocal & instrumental early music ensemble) (in 1955)
conductor:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Hall in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (in 1955)
recording of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (II), P. 110: Heth (in 1955)
composer:
Thomas Tallis (composer)
part of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (II), P. 110
Thomas Tallis0:32
11The Lamentations of Jeremiah the Prophet: Part II: Facti sunt
recording engineer:
Franz Plott (engineer) (ended)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (bass-baritone) (in 1955)
bass vocals:
John Frost (bass singer) (in 1955)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
tenor vocals:
Wilfred Brown (tenor) (in 1955) and Gerald English (English tenor) (in 1955)
vocals:
Deller Consort (UK vocal & instrumental early music ensemble) (in 1955)
conductor:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Hall in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (in 1955)
recording of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (II), P. 110: Facti sunt hostes (in 1955)
composer:
Thomas Tallis (composer)
part of:
Lamentations of Jeremiah (II), P. 110
Thomas Tallis4:45
12Hymns for Alternating Plainsong and Polyphony: Jesu Salvator saeculi
recording engineer:
Franz Plott (engineer) (ended)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (bass-baritone) (in 1955)
bass vocals:
John Frost (bass singer) (in 1955)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
soprano vocals:
Eileen McLoughlin (soprano) (in 1955)
tenor vocals:
Wilfred Brown (tenor) (in 1955) and Gerald English (English tenor) (in 1955)
vocals:
Deller Consort (UK vocal & instrumental early music ensemble) (in 1955)
conductor:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Hall in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (in 1955)
recording of:
Jesu salvator saeculi (Tu fabricator omnium, motet for 5 voices, P. 289) (in 1955)
composer:
Thomas Tallis (composer)
Thomas Tallis5:15
13Hymns for Alternating Plainsong and Polyphony: Deus tuorum militum
recording engineer:
Franz Plott (engineer) (ended)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (bass-baritone) (in 1955)
bass vocals:
John Frost (bass singer) (in 1955)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
soprano vocals:
Eileen McLoughlin (soprano) (in 1955)
tenor vocals:
Wilfred Brown (tenor) (in 1955) and Gerald English (English tenor) (in 1955)
vocals:
Deller Consort (UK vocal & instrumental early music ensemble) (in 1955)
conductor:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Hall in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (in 1955)
recording of:
Deus tuorum militum (in 1955)
composer:
Thomas Tallis (composer)
Thomas Tallis4:11
14Hymns for Alternating Plainsong and Polyphony: O nata lux de lumine
recording engineer:
Franz Plott (engineer) (ended)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (bass-baritone) (in 1955)
bass vocals:
John Frost (bass singer) (in 1955)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
soprano vocals:
Eileen McLoughlin (soprano) (in 1955)
tenor vocals:
Wilfred Brown (tenor) (in 1955) and Gerald English (English tenor) (in 1955)
vocals:
Deller Consort (UK vocal & instrumental early music ensemble) (in 1955)
conductor:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Hall in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (in 1955)
recording of:
O nata lux (in 1955)
composer:
Thomas Tallis (composer)
Thomas Tallis2:09
15Hymns for Alternating Plainsong and Polyphony: Jam Christus astra ascenderat
recording engineer:
Franz Plott (engineer) (ended)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (bass-baritone) (in 1955)
bass vocals:
John Frost (bass singer) (in 1955)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
soprano vocals:
Eileen McLoughlin (soprano) (in 1955)
tenor vocals:
Wilfred Brown (tenor) (in 1955) and Gerald English (English tenor) (in 1955)
vocals:
Deller Consort (UK vocal & instrumental early music ensemble) (in 1955)
conductor:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Hall in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (in 1955)
recording of:
Jam Christus astra ascenderat (Solemnis urgebat dies, motet for 5 voices, P. 285) (in 1955)
composer:
Thomas Tallis (composer)
Thomas Tallis5:39
16Hymns for Alternating Plainsong and Polyphony: Salvator mundi Domine
recording engineer:
Franz Plott (engineer) (ended)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (bass-baritone) (in 1955)
bass vocals:
John Frost (bass singer) (in 1955)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
soprano vocals:
Eileen McLoughlin (soprano) (in 1955)
tenor vocals:
Wilfred Brown (tenor) (in 1955) and Gerald English (English tenor) (in 1955)
vocals:
Deller Consort (UK vocal & instrumental early music ensemble) (in 1955)
conductor:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (in 1955)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Hall in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (in 1955)
recording of:
Salvator mundi (Adesto nunc propitius, motet for 5 voices, P. 242) (in 1955)
composer:
Thomas Tallis (composer)
Thomas Tallis5:19

Credits

Release

art direction:Fred Holtz (ended)
additional liner notes and executive producer:Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (ended)
liner notes:Denis Stevens (musicologist, co-founder of The Ambrosian Singers) (ended)
remastering:David Baker (engineer Vanguard Classics) (ended)
copyrighted (©) by:Vanguard Classics (in 1993)