from a DGG Archiv LP, very German methodical in its organization and classification:
Western Europe from 1650 to 1800: Series BL: at the Court of Louis XIV
F. COUPERIN: Audite omnes, Deus virtutum conventere, Ostende nobis; Sébastien de BROSSARD: Quemadmodum desiderat cervus
Helmut Krebs, tenor and a 6 member ensemble
on the other side from Series D: music from Couperin up to Rameau:
NAUDOT: Concerto in G for recorder op. 17/5
J-M. LECLAIR: Concerto in C for German Flute, strings & continuo op. 7/3
Hans-Martin Linde, members of the schola Cantorum Basiliensis , August Wenzinger, cond.
These plain-jacket albums look academic and formidable but have some wonderful music on them
and a change: GLAZUNOV: Symphony no. 6 in c op. 58
and later finish the MAHLER 1's with Ozawa and trhe Boston S.O.
USSR Radio and Television Large Symphony Orch. Vladimir Fedoseyev, cond.