Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 La Pellegrina: Intermezzo "Dalle pìu alte sfere" (instrumental)
Antonio Archilei 0:43
2 La Pellegrina: Intermezzo "Dalle pìu alte sfere" (vocal)
Antonio Archilei 5:06
3 Ancor che col partire (Renaissance style)
Cipriano de Rore 3:30
4 Ancor che col partire (Baroque style)
Cipriano de Rore 4:12
5 La zambeccara: Canzona (instrumental consort)
Claudio Merulo 2:07
6 La zambeccara: Canzona (keyboard version)
Claudio Merulo 3:48
7 Ay me sospiri: Frottola (original)
[anonymous] 1:03
8 Ay me sospiri (Renaissance ornamentation)
[anonymous] 2:08
9 Four-part Madrigal: "Lasciar il velo" (as written)
Francesco de Layolle 0:39
10 Four-part Madrigal: "Lasciar il velo" (vocal ornamentation)
Francesco de Layolle 1:11
11 Nach willen dein
Paul Hofhaimer 1:40
12 Nach willen dein (organ version)
Paul Hofhaimer 1:02
13 Douce mémoire
Pierre Sandrin 1:34
14 Douce mémoire (ornamentation instrumental)
Pierre Sandrin 3:31
15 Pandolpho (voice)
Robert Parsons 4:04
16 Pandolpho (voice with lute)
Robert Parsons 3:48
17 Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda: two verse excerpt (plain version)
Claudio Monteverdi 1:01
18 Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda: two verse excerpt (editorial ornamentation version)
Claudio Monteverdi 3:27
19 Four-part French air de cour: "N'esperez plus, mes yeux"
Antoine Boësset 0:51
20 Four-part French air de cour: "N'esperez plus, mes yeux" (with ornamentation vocal line)
Antoine Boësset 0:55
21 "O That Mine Eyes"
Thomas Brewer 1:21
22 "O That Mine Eyes" (ornamentation)
Thomas Brewer 1:22
23 Sonata in C Major, Op. 3, No. 3: Adagio (violon solo)
Arcangelo Corelli 2:22
24 Sonata in C Major, Op. 3, No. 3: Adagio (ornamentation)
Arcangelo Corelli 2:34
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Menuet (harpsichord)
François Couperin 1:03
2 Menuet (harpsichord with ornamentation double)
François Couperin 1:04
3 Oboe Concerto in C minor: Adagio (concerto movement)
Alessandro Marcello 3:17
4 Oboe Concerto in C minor: Adagio (ornamentation keyboard transcription)
Alessandro Marcello 3:11
5 Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 3, No. 9, RV 230: Finale (concerto movement)
Antonio Vivaldi 2:09
6 Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 3, No. 9, RV 230: Finale (ornamentation keyboard transcription by J.S. Bach)
Antonio Vivaldi 2:29
7 Violin Concerto in C Major for two trumpets, strings and continuo, RV 537: Largo (as in score)
Antonio Vivaldi 0:58
8 Violin Concerto in C Major for two trumpets, strings and continuo, RV 537: Largo (modern realization and embellishment of bass following Baroque practice)
Antonio Vivaldi 1:16
9 Rinaldo: Lascia ch'io pianga (as written)
George Frideric Handel 2:32
10 Rinaldo: Lascia ch'io pianga (embellishment repeat, da capo)
George Frideric Handel 1:57
11 Suite in D minor: Air (as written)
George Frideric Handel 0:46
12 Suite in D minor: Air (composer's own ornamentation)
George Frideric Handel 2:08
13 Sonata in F Major for violin and harpsichord: Adagio (violon solo as written)
Pietro Nardini 0:48
14 Sonata in F Major for violin and harpsichord: Adagio (composer's own ornamentation)
Pietro Nardini 3:45
15 Concerto for flute, oboe and violin: Andante (plain version)
Georg Philipp Telemann 1:55
16 Concerto for flute, oboe and violin: Andante (with three ornamentation instrumental parts)
Georg Philipp Telemann 1:53
17 Adagio for flute and harpsichord (plain version)
Johann Joachim Winckelmann 1:59
18 Adagio for flute and harpsichord (ornamentation version in composer's own treatise)
Johann Joachim Winckelmann 3:56
19 Castor et Pollux: Tristes apprêts
Jean‐Philippe Rameau 1:37
20 Castor et Pollux: Tristes apprêts (embellishment of repeat (da capo) as done by a singer of the period)
Jean‐Philippe Rameau 2:09
21 Sonata in F Major: Allegretto
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach 0:36
22 Sonata in F Major: Allegretto (keyboard sonata with ornamentation reprise)
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach 2:15
23 Trio Sonata in G Major for flute, violin, and harpsichord: Grave
Georg Philipp Telemann 0:37
24 Trio Sonata in G Major for flute, violin, and harpsichord: Grave (instructional work in which the composer follows each plain section with ornamentation of two instrumental lines)
Georg Philipp Telemann 2:29
25 Orfeo ed Euridice: Che farò (modern application of ornamentation)
Christoph Willibald Gluck 1:44
26 Orfeo ed Euridice: Che farò (modern application of ornamentation)
Christoph Willibald Gluck 1:17
27 Orfeo ed Euridice: Che farò (modern application of ornamentation)
Christoph Willibald Gluck 1:22

Credits

CD 1

violin:
Eduard Melkus (violinist) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 23–24)
lute:
Desmond Dupré (lutenist and viola da gamba player) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (track 16)
tenor viol:
Peter Vel (cellist) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 7–8)
organ:
Anton Heiller (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 6, 12)
bass viol:
Jennifer Ryan (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 7–8, 14, 17–18)
treble viol:
Francis Baines (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (track 14)
viola da gamba:
Jaye Consort of Viols (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 1–2, 5)
Wenzinger Consort Of Viols (Consort Of Viols Of The Schola Cantorum Basiliensis) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (track 15)
harpsichord:
Anton Heiller (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 23–24)
Gustav Leonhardt (conductor, harpsichordist) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (track 4)
Harold Lester (Organist) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 2, 14, 17–18, 21–22)
baritone vocals:
Maurice Bevan (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (track 3)
composer:
Antoine Boësset (tracks 19–20)
Claudio Monteverdi (tracks 17–18)
contralto vocals:
Jean Allister (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 7–8)
countertenor vocals:
Alfred Deller (countertenor) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 3–4, 15–16)
lyricist:
Torquato Tasso (tracks 17–18)
performer:
Ambrosian Consort (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 9–11, 13, 19–20)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (tracks 1–24)
Professor Karl Wolleitner (tracks 1–24)
soprano vocals:
Patricia Clark (soprano) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (track 2)
Honor Shephard (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (track 3)
sound engineer:
Mario Mizzaro (engineer) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 1–24)
tenor vocals:
Edgar Fleet (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 17–18, 21–22)
Max Worthley (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (track 3)
vocals:
The Deller Consort (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (track 3)
recorded at:
Wiener Musikverein in Wien, Austria (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 1–24)
part of:
Stattkus-Verzeichnis (number: SV 153) (tracks 17–18)
is based on:
La Gerusalemme liberata (tracks 17–18)
part of:
partial recording of:
Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda, SV 153 (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 17–18)
parts:
recording of:
N'espérez plus mes yeux (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 19–20)

CD 2

violin:
Eduard Melkus (violinist) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 13–14)
Jelka Stanic (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 15–16)
Jan Tomasow (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (track 5)
violin [Baroque violin and bow]:
Eduard Melkus (violinist) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 23–24)
oboe:
Bernhard Klebel (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (track 3)
André Lardrot (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 15–16)
flute:
Raymond Meylan (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 15–16)
Leopold Stastny (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 17–18)
harpsichord:
Anton Heiller (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 1–2, 4, 7–8, 11–14, 17–18, 21–24)
Igor Kipnis (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (track 6)
Harold Lester (Organist) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 19–20)
harpsichord arranger:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (track 6)
transverse flute [Baroque transverse flute]:
Leopold Stastny (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 23–24)
composer:
Christoph Willibald Gluck (composer) (tracks 25–27)
George Frideric Handel (German‐British baroque composer) (tracks 11–12)
Georg Philipp Telemann (composer) (tracks 15–16, 23–24)
Antonio Vivaldi (tracks 5–6, 6–8)
George Frideric Handel (German‐British baroque composer) (1711) (tracks 9–10)
Jean‐Philippe Rameau (French composer of the Baroque era) (1737 – 1754) (tracks 19–20)
conductor:
Antonio Janigro (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 15–16)
Charles Mackerras (Australian conductor) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 25–27)
Mario Rossi (Italian conductor) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (track 5)
contralto vocals:
Maureen Forrester (contralto) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 25–27)
librettist:
Pierre-Joseph Bernard (tracks 19–20)
Ranieri de' Calzabigi (tracks 25–27)
Giacomo Rossi (tracks 9–10)
orchestra:
Orchester der Wiener Staatsoper (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 25–27)
performer:
Chamber Orchestra of the Vienna State Opera (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (track 5)
Vienna Baroque Players (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 3, 7–10)
I Solisti di Zagreb (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 15–16)
producer:
Seymour Solomon (producer and founder of Vanguard Records) (tracks 1–27)
Professor Karl Wolleitner (tracks 1–27)
soprano vocals:
Patricia Clark (soprano) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 19–20)
Anneliese Hückl (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 9–10)
sound engineer:
Mario Mizzaro (engineer) (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 1–27)
recorded at:
Wiener Musikverein in Wien, Austria (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 1–27)
part of:
Catalogo numerico-tematico delle opere strumentali (Antonio Vivaldi) (number: F. I/178) (tracks 5–6)
Ryom-Verzeichnis (number: RV 230) (tracks 5–6)
arrangements:
Concerto in D-Dur, BWV 972: III. Allegro assai (catch all for arrangements) (track 6)
Concerto, op. 3 no. 9 in D major (for solo harpsichord, Ann Dawson’s book) (tracks 5–6)
has revision:
later translated versions:
私を泣かせて下さい (tracks 9–10)
part of:
Orfeo ed Euridice, Wq. 30: Atto III (Italian version) (tracks 25–27)
Rinaldo, HWV 7a: Atto II (tracks 9–10)
Castor et Pollux (tracks 19–20)
L'estro armonico, op. 3 (part of collection) (tracks 5–6)
partial recording of:
Castor et Pollux: Acte I (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 19–20)
parts:
recording of:
Concerto for Two Trumpets in C major, RV 537: II. Largo (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 7–8)
Concerto in D-Dur, BWV 972: III. Allegro assai (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (track 6)
Violin Concerto in D major, op. 3 no. 9, RV 230 (1966-11-29 – 1966-12-02) (tracks 5–6)

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