Kenneth Heath

Cello

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Johann Sebastian Bach (1675-1750)

Cantata, BWV 32 "Liebster Jesu, mein Verlangen"
Heather Harper (Soprano); John Shirley-Quirck (Bass)
Peter Graeme (Oboe); Kenneth Heath (Cello); Philip Ledger (Harpsichord)
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1971/06/20, Aldeburgh Festival - Concert Hall, Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England
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Saint John Passion, BWV 245
Peter Pears (Tenor); Gwynne Howell (Bass); John Shirley-Quirck (Bass); Heather Harper (Soprano); Alfreda Hodgson (Contralto); Robert Tear (Tenor); Russell Burgess (Bass); Jenny Hill (Soprano); John Tobin (Tenor); Adrian Thompson (Tenor)
Richard Adeney (Flute); Norman Knight (Flute); Peter Graeme (Oboe); James Brown (Oboe); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Quintin Ballardie (Viola); Martin Gatt (Bassoon); Adam Skeaping (Viola da gamba); Robert Spencer (Lute); Philip Ledger (Harpsichord); Timothy Farrell (Organ); Kenneth Heath (Cello); Adrian Beers (Double-Bass)
Wandsworth School Boys Choir (chorus master Russel Burgess) / English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1971/05/02, 1971/05/03, 1971/05/05, 1971/05/07 & 1971/05/08 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England
CD (2) DECCA - LONDON - Double Decca - 443 859-2 DF2

Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)

The Turn of the screw, Opera, op. 54
Peter Pears (Tenor); Heather Harper (Soprano); Elizabeth Gale; Richard Cooper; Janice Chapman; Rae Woodland
Kenneth Sillito (Violin); Peter Carter (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Kenneth Heath (Cello); Adrian Beers (Double-Bass); Richard Adeney (Flute); Peter Graeme (Oboe); Thea King (Clarinet); Martin Gatt (Bassoon); Ian Harper (Horn); David Corkhill (Percussion); Osian Ellis (Harp); Steuart Bedford (Piano); Steuart Bedford (Celeste)
Ensemble conducted by Benjamin Britten
1972/06/15 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England
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Peter Pears (Tenor); Heather Harper (Soprano); Elizabeth Gale; Corin Manley; Janice Chapman; Rae Woodland
Kenneth Sillito (Violin); Peter Carter (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Kenneth Heath (Cello); Adrian Beers (Double-Bass); Richard Adeney (Flute); Peter Graeme (Oboe); Thea King (Clarinet); Martin Gatt (Bassoon); Ian Harper (Horn); David Corkhill (Percussion); Osian Ellis (Harp); Steuart Bedford (Piano)
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1972/08/03 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England
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Peter Pears (Speaker)
Heather Harper (Soprano); Elizabeth Gale; Richard Cooper; Janice Chapman; Rae Woodland; Peter Bedford
Kenneth Sillito (Violin); Peter Carter (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Kenneth Heath (Cello); Adrian Beers (Double-Bass); Richard Adeney (Flute); Peter Graeme (Oboe); Thea King (Clarinet); Martin Gatt (Bassoon); Ian Harper (Horn); Osian Ellis (Harp)
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1972/08/05 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

Quartet for Oboe, Violin, Viola and Cello in F Major, K. 370
Neil Black (Oboe); Kenneth Sillito (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Kenneth Heath (Cello)
1971/09/26 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England
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Quartet for Piano and Strings n1 in G Minor, K. 478
Kenneth Sillito (Violin); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola); Kenneth Heath (Cello); Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1971/09/26 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England
CD (1) BBC - Legends - Britten the Performer - BBCB 8005-2
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Henry Purcell (1659-1695)

The Fairy Queen, A Masque, devised by Pears, real. and ed. Britten & I. Holst, Z. 629
Jennifer Vyvyan (Soprano); Mary Wells (Soprano); Norma Burrowes (Soprano); Alfreda Hodgson (Mezzo-Sopano); James Bowman (Countertenor); Charles Brett (Countertenor); Peter Pears (Tenor); Ian Partridge (Tenor); Owen Brannigan (Bass); John Shirley-Quirck (Bass)
Philip Ledger (Harpsichord); Kenneth Heath (Cello); Martin Gatt (Bassoon); Peter Graeme (Oboe)
Ambrosian Opera Chorus conducted by Benjamin Britten / English Chamber Orchestra (leader Kenneth Sillito) conducted by Benjamin Britten
1970/09/18 to 1970/09/21 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England
CD (2) DECCA - Double - 4685612; CD (1) DECCA - Serenata - 433 163-2 DM2