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1Symphony for Strings in G major, RV149: I. Allegro molto
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Sinfonia in G major, RV 149: I. Allegro molto (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (Italian baroque composer and violinist)
part of:
Sinfonia in G major, RV 149
Antonio Vivaldi1:52
2Symphony for Strings in G major, RV149: II. Andante
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Sinfonia in G major, RV 149: II. Andante (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (Italian baroque composer and violinist)
part of:
Sinfonia in G major, RV 149
Antonio Vivaldi1:44
3Symphony for Strings in G major, RV149: III. Allegro
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Sinfonia in G major, RV 149: III. Allegro (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (Italian baroque composer and violinist)
part of:
Sinfonia in G major, RV 149
Antonio Vivaldi2:36
4Salve Regina: I. Salve Regina
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
contralto vocals:
Marie‐Nicole Lemieux (operatic contralto) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Salve Regina: I. Salve Regina (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Domenico Scarlatti (composer)
part of:
Salve Regina (for solo voice and strings)
Domenico Scarlatti2:09
5Salve Regina: II. Ad te clamarus (Andante) / Exsules filii Evae (Grave)
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
contralto vocals:
Marie‐Nicole Lemieux (operatic contralto) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Salve Regina: II. Ad te clamamus (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Domenico Scarlatti (composer)
part of:
Salve Regina (for solo voice and strings)
Domenico Scarlatti1:48
6Salve Regina: III. Ad te suspiramus (Adagio)
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
contralto vocals:
Marie‐Nicole Lemieux (operatic contralto) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Salve Regina: III. Ad te suspiramus (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Domenico Scarlatti (composer)
part of:
Salve Regina (for solo voice and strings)
Domenico Scarlatti1:18
7Salve Regina: IV. Eja Ergo (Andante)
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
contralto vocals:
Marie‐Nicole Lemieux (operatic contralto) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Salve Regina: IV. Eja ergo (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Domenico Scarlatti (composer)
part of:
Salve Regina (for solo voice and strings)
Domenico Scarlatti1:32
8Salve Regina: V. Nobis post hoc exsilium ostende
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
contralto vocals:
Marie‐Nicole Lemieux (operatic contralto) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Salve Regina: V. Nobis post hoc exsilium ostende (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Domenico Scarlatti (composer)
part of:
Salve Regina (for solo voice and strings)
Domenico Scarlatti2:33
9Salve Regina: VI. O clemens (Adagio)
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
contralto vocals:
Marie‐Nicole Lemieux (operatic contralto) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Salve Regina: VI. O clemens (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Domenico Scarlatti (composer)
part of:
Salve Regina (for solo voice and strings)
Domenico Scarlatti2:28
10Salve Regina: VII. Amen (Allegro)
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
contralto vocals:
Marie‐Nicole Lemieux (operatic contralto) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Salve Regina: VII. Amen (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Domenico Scarlatti (composer)
part of:
Salve Regina (for solo voice and strings)
Domenico Scarlatti1:29
11Concerto no. 7 in G minor After D. Scarlatti: I. Adagio
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Concerto grosso no. 7 in G minor: I. Adagio (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Charles Avison (composer)
arrangement of:
Sonata for keyboard, violin and cello in G minor, K 88, L 36: I. Grave
part of:
Concerto grosso no. 7 in G minor (after "Lessons for the Harpsichord" by Scarlatti)
Charles Avison1:59
12Concerto no. 7 in G minor After D. Scarlatti: II. Allegro
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Concerto grosso no. 7 in G minor: II. Allegro (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Charles Avison (composer)
arrangement of:
Sonata in F minor, K 19, L 383: Allegro
part of:
Concerto grosso no. 7 in G minor (after "Lessons for the Harpsichord" by Scarlatti)
Charles Avison2:50
13Concerto no. 7 in G minor After D. Scarlatti: III. Adagio
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Concerto grosso no. 7 in G minor: III. Adagio (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Charles Avison (composer)
arrangement of:
Sonata for keyboard, violin and cello in G minor, K 88, L 36: IV. Minuet
part of:
Concerto grosso no. 7 in G minor (after "Lessons for the Harpsichord" by Scarlatti)
Charles Avison2:18
14Concerto no. 7 in G minor After D. Scarlatti: IV. Allegro affettuoso
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Concerto grosso no. 7 in G minor: IV. Allegro affettuoso (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Charles Avison (composer)
arrangement of:
Sonata in F major, K 17, L 384: Presto
part of:
Concerto grosso no. 7 in G minor (after "Lessons for the Harpsichord" by Scarlatti)
Charles Avison3:25
15Stabat Mater in F minor: I. Stabat Mater dolorosa (Largo)
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
contralto vocals:
Marie‐Nicole Lemieux (operatic contralto) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621: I. Largo "Stabat mater dolorosa" (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (Italian baroque composer and violinist)
part of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621
Antonio Vivaldi3:31
16Stabat Mater in F minor: II. Cujus animam (Adagio)
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
contralto vocals:
Marie‐Nicole Lemieux (operatic contralto) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621: II. Adagissimo "Cuius animam" (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (Italian baroque composer and violinist)
part of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621
Antonio Vivaldi2:04
17Stabat Mater in F minor: III. O quam tristis (Andante)
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
contralto vocals:
Marie‐Nicole Lemieux (operatic contralto) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621: III. Andante "O quam tristis" (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (Italian baroque composer and violinist)
part of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621
Antonio Vivaldi1:45
18Stabat Mater in F minor: IV. Quis est homo (Largo)
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
contralto vocals:
Marie‐Nicole Lemieux (operatic contralto) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621: IV. Largo "Quis est homo" (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (Italian baroque composer and violinist)
part of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621
Antonio Vivaldi3:27
19Stabat Mater in F minor: V. Quis non posset (Adagio)
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
contralto vocals:
Marie‐Nicole Lemieux (operatic contralto) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621: V. Adagissimo "Quis non posset" (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (Italian baroque composer and violinist)
part of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621
Antonio Vivaldi2:01
20Stabat Mater in F minor: VI. Pro peccatis suae gentis (Andante)
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
contralto vocals:
Marie‐Nicole Lemieux (operatic contralto) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621: VI. Andante "Pro peccatis" (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (Italian baroque composer and violinist)
part of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621
Antonio Vivaldi1:43
21Stabat Mater in F minor: VII. Eja mater, fons amoris (Largo)
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
contralto vocals:
Marie‐Nicole Lemieux (operatic contralto) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621: VII. Largo "Eja Mater" (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (Italian baroque composer and violinist)
part of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621
Antonio Vivaldi3:01
22Stabat Mater in F minor: VIII. Fac ut ardeat (Lento)
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
contralto vocals:
Marie‐Nicole Lemieux (operatic contralto) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621: VIII. Lento "Fac ut ardeat" (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (Italian baroque composer and violinist)
part of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621
Antonio Vivaldi1:23
23Stabat Mater in F minor: IX. Amen (Allegro)
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
contralto vocals:
Marie‐Nicole Lemieux (operatic contralto) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621: IX. Allegro "Amen" (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (Italian baroque composer and violinist)
part of:
Stabat Mater, RV 621
Antonio Vivaldi1:01
24Concerto for Strings in A major, RV158: I. Allegro molto
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Concerto for Strings in A major, RV 158 "Concerto ripieno": I. Allegro molto (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (Italian baroque composer and violinist)
part of:
Concerto for Strings in A major, RV 158 "Concerto ripieno"
Antonio Vivaldi2:23
25Concerto for Strings in A major, RV158: II. Andante Molto
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Concerto for Strings in A major, RV 158 "Concerto ripieno": II. Andante molto (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (Italian baroque composer and violinist)
part of:
Concerto for Strings in A major, RV 158 "Concerto ripieno"
Antonio Vivaldi2:03
26Concerto for Strings in A major, RV158: III. Allegro
recording engineer:
John D.S. Adams (producer, engineer, electronic musician)
producer:
Carl Talbot (mastering engineer)
editor:
Steven Bellamy (recording engineer)
orchestra:
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Canadian Baroque orchestra) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
conductor:
Jeanne Lamon (violinist) (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recorded at:
Humbercrest United Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
recording of:
Concerto for Strings in A major, RV 158, "Concerto ripieno": III. Allegro (from 2003-01-14 until 2003-01-17)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (Italian baroque composer and violinist)
part of:
Concerto for Strings in A major, RV 158 "Concerto ripieno"
Antonio Vivaldi3:03