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Hugh P. Allen

Bach Cantatas


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Recordings of Cantatas


C-1

"Now Shall The Grace", Eight-part chorus from Cantata No. 50 (Bach)

Cantata BWV 50 [4:16]

Sir Hugh P. Allen

Leeds Festival Choir / London Symphony Orchestra

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HMV C 1596 [Matrix No.: CR2215 I A ?]

Oct 4, 1928

78 rpm

Actually recorded at the Leeds Triennial Musical Festival, October [4], 1928. Allen used the edition prepared for The Bach Choir by Otto Goldschmidt in the late 1870's.


C-2

"Watch ye, Pray ye!", from Cantata No. 70 (Bach)

Chorus "Watch ye, Pray ye!" (Mvt. 1) from Cantata BWV 70 [4:07]

Sir Hugh P. Allen

Leeds Festival Choir / London Symphony Orchestra

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HMV C 1596 [Matrix No.: CR2211 I A ?]

Oct 4, 1928

78 rpm

Actually recorded at the Leeds Triennial Musical Festival, October [4], 1928. Allen used the Novello Octavo Edition prepared by E. H. Thorne and published in 1907.

The list of recordings was compiled by Aryeh Oron (August 2007)
Thanks to contributors: Teri Noel Towe (June 2007)



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