St George's Canzona - MUSICA PARA EL PRINCIPE NEGRO Y SUS CABALLEROS album download
|A1||la Promesa de la Juventud|
|A2||Crecy y Los Campos Franceses|
|A3||la Negra Muerte y El " Decameron " de Boccaccio|
|B1||la Negra Muerte y El " Decameron " de Boccaccio|
|B2||Chaucer y Sus " Cuentos de Canterbury "|
|B3||El Ultimo Peregrinaje|
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Notesdirector : JOHN SOTHCOTT
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- Depósito Legal: M. 24.382-1979
See article in Early Music Today (December 2014 - February 2015) - 'Tributes to John Sothcott and Selene Mills'. In Britain at least, it may be said that the early-music movement was initiated by Arnold Dolmetsch (b. 1858) and his family who (it seems) are all but forgotten today, even though their influence lingered on until the 1960s
full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick. To Drive the Cold Winter Away: A Fireside Presentation of Music for Merrymaking.
YouTube Encyclopedic. St. George’s Canzona - A history in memory of its director John Sothcott (1928 - 2014). The early years - Musica Reservata and the Harlow Ensemble. See article in Early Music Today (December 2014 - February 2015) - 'Tributes to John Sothcott and Selene Mills'. 1858) and his family who (it seems) are all but forgotten today, even though their influence lingered on until the 1960s
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