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CD8130 Musgrave Queen of Scots

CD8130 Musgrave Queen of Scots
Item# CD8130
Regular price: $12.85
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CD8130 Musgrave Queen of Scots

Thea Musgrave: Mary, Queen of Scots World Premiere Recording Recorded live in Norfolk, Virginia, at the American Premiere Performance, April 2, 1978

Mary, Queen of Scots: Ashley Putnam, soprano James Stewart, Earl of Moray: Jake Gardner, baritone Henry, Lord Darnley: Jon Garrison, tenor James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell: Barry Busse, tenor David Riccio: Kenneth Bell, bass-baritone Lord Gordon: Francesco Sorianello, bass Cardinal Beaton: Carlos Serrano, baritone Earl of Morton: Robert Randolph, baritone Earl of Ruthven: Pietro Pozzo, tenor Mary Seton: Gloria Capone, soprano Mary Beaton: Nancy Boling, soprano Mary Livingstone: Ann Scholten, mezzo-soprano Mary Fleming: Pamela Scott, mezzo-soprano Lords of the Congregation: Edward Bogusz, Robert Crutchfield (solo tenor lord), Ryan Fletcher (solo baritone lord), Bruce Frazier, Bernard Ham, Wayne MacDonald, Charles Oliver, Keith Savage, Carlos Serrano, Richard Weston

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