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WEELKES:  “Four Arms, Two Necks, One Wreathing”, The King's Singers, Moss MMG 1105
from Program Number 7:  “1 Line, 2 Line, 3 Line”

MORLEY:  “Now Is the Month of Maying”, The King's Singers, Moss MMG 1105
from Program Number 8:  “Speaking, Nonsense”

POULENC:  “Clic clac, dansez sabots”, The King's Singers, Moss MMG 1104
from Program Number 9:  “A Capella”

BANCHIERI:  “Contrappunto bestiale alla mente”, The King's Singers, “Madrigal Collection”, Moss MMG 1105
from Program Number 16:  “Animals”

LE JEUNE:  “Une puce”, The King's Singers, “A French Collection”, Moss MMG 1104
from Program Number 16:  “Animals”

PINSUTI/LONGFELLOW:  “Goodnight, goodnight beloved”, The King's Singers, “Victorian Collection”, Moss MMG 1117
from Program Number 26:  “Lullabies”

POULENC:  Chanson a boire, The King's Singers, “A French Collection”, MMG 1104
from Program Number 32:  “Belly Up to The Bar”

MARTIN:  “Let Maids Be False, So Wine By True”, The King's Singers, “Victorian Collection”, MMG 1117
from Program Number 32:  “Belly Up to The Bar”

WEELKES:  “The Nightingale, the Organ of Delight”, The King's Singers, “Madrigal Collection”, MMG 1105
from Program Number 33:  “A Musical Aviary”

MACY:  “Jenks’s Vegetable Compound”, The King's Singers, “Victorian Collection”, MMG 1117
from Program Number 47:  “You Are, and You Sing About, What You Eat”

WILLAERT:  “O dolce vita mia”, The King's Singers/Tragicomedia, “La Dolce Vita”, EMI CDC 7 54191 2
from Program Number 79:  “Great Endings I Have Known”

JOSQUIN DESPREZ:  “A l’ombre d’ung buissonet”, The King's Singers, “Renaissance”, RCA 09026 61814 2
from Program Number 103:  “Background Information”

LE JEUNE:  “Une puce”, The King's Singers, “A French Collection”, MMG 1104 (LP)
from Program Number 152:  “Flea to Bee, You and Me” — A program about … er, bugs

MARTIN:  “Let Maids Be False, So Wine By True”, The King's Singers, “Victorian Collection”, MMG 1117
from Listener Support Special #4:  “A Jug of Wine, a Loaf of Bread, and Thou”

ROSSINI arr. RUNSWICK:  Overture from “Il barbiere di Siviglia”, The King's Singers, “A Tribute to the Comedian Harmonists”, Angel CDC 7 47677 2
from Listener Support Special #5:  “My Night at the Karaoke Bar”

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