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Britten : The turn of the screw

CD (2) DECCA - LONDON - 425 672-2

Benjamin Britten : The Turn of the screw, Opera, op. 54
Peter Pears (Tenor); Jennifer Vyvyan (Soprano); David Hemmings (Soprano); Olive Dyer (Soprano); Joan Cross (Soprano); Arda Mandikian (Mezzo-Sopano)
Olive Zorian (Violin); Suzanne Rosza (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Terence Weil (Cello); Francis Baines (Double-Bass); John Francis (Flute); Joy Boughton (Oboe); Stephen Waters (Clarinet); Vernon Elliott (Bassoon); Charles Gregory (Horn); Enid Simon (Harp); James Blades (Percussion); Martin Isepp (Piano)
Ensemble conducted by Benjamin Britten
1955/01/03 ro 1955/01/07 - Decca Studios, London, England

Britten : A Ceremony of Carols, A Boy was Born, Friday Afternoons, Psalm 150

CD (1) DECCA - LONDON - ADRM - 436 394-2 LM

Benjamin Britten : A Ceremony of Carols, op. 28
Enid Simon (Harp)
Copenhagen Boys' Choir conducted by Benjamin Britten
1953/09/20 to 1953/09/22 - Danish State Radio Studios, Copenhagen,

Benjamin Britten : A Boy was Born, op. 3
Michael Hartnett (Treble)
Purcell Singers / Boys' voices of the English Opera Group / Choir of All Saints, Margaret Street conducted by Benjamin Britten
1957/01/05, 1957/01/07 & 1957/01/08 - All Saint's Church, Margaret Street or Decca Recoding Studios ?, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Songs from "Friday afternoons" for Children's Voices & Piano
Viola Tunnard (Piano)
Downside School Choir, Purley conducted by Benjamin Britten
1966/07/14 & 1966/07/15 - Decca Recording Studio No. 3, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Psalm 150, op. 67
Downside School Choir, Purley (chorus master Derrick Herdman) conducted by Benjamin Britten
1966/07/11 - Kingsway Hall, London, England