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Title
1972_0505_UCI_Choir : Schubert mass
Creator
May 5, 1972
Contributing Institution
UC Irvine, Claire Trevor School of the Arts Media Center
Collection
CTSA Digital Audio Archive
Rights Information
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UC Regents
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Rights Notes
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Description
Scope/Content: Audio recording of the UCI University Chorus and orchestra recorded at the University of California, Irvine on May 5, 1972.
Scope/Content: Overture to "Les Francs Juges" / Hector Berlioz -- Symphony No. 96, "The Miracle" / Joseph Haydn -- Mass in A flat major / Franz Schubert (short dropout in recording).
Performers: Nancy Bramlage, soprano ; Jane Westbrook, contralto ; Paul Harms, tenor ; Gordon Ewing, bass ; The University Chorus and Orchestra ; Newell Jenkins, cond.
Conservation History: Digitized from reel-to-reel tape April 4-5, 2018 by Mass Productions, Tewksbury, MA.
Type
sound
Format
MP3 audio, 44.1, 256 Kbps
Extent
Duration: 1:32:39 ; 177.8 MB in two parts
Identifier
1972_0505_UCI_Choir
RRTP0016-18
Language
Latin
lat

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