David Gordon - Classical Discography


 

TELARC DIGITAL


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J. S. Bach: Magnificat  (also Vivaldi "Gloria")

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra   •  Robert Shaw, conductor
with Dawn Upshaw, soprano; Marietta Simpson, mezzo-soprano;
David Gordon tenor; and William Stone, baritone
Telarc CD # CD-80194 (CD title: "Gloria")

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Franz Schubert: Mass in G Major

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra  •  Robert Shaw, conductor
with Dawn Upshaw, soprano, David Gordon, tenor,
and William Stone, baritone

Telarc CD # CD-80212

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Ludwig van Beethoven: Choral Fantasy

Boston Symphony Orchestra • Seiji Ozawa, conductor

Rudolf Serkin soloist in Choral Fantasy and in Concerto #3
With Faye Robinson, Mary Burgess, Lili Chookasian,
Kenneth Riegle, David Gordon, and Julian Robbins.

(A collector's item, it says "David Gordon, baritone")

Released in 1982  Telarc CD # CD-80063

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Absolute Heaven: essential choral masterpieces

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra • Robert Shaw, conductor

A collection of vocal and choral music by various composers
includes "Benedictus" from Schubert Mass in G Major
with Dawn Upshaw, David Gordon and William Stone  (see above)
Telarc CD # CD-80458

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NEWPORT CLASSICS


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Bach Tenor Arias with Flute 

Bethlehem Bach Festival Orchestra • Greg Funfgeld, conductor

David Gordon, tenor •  Emily Newbold, flutist

Includes 7 tenor arias and the Suite in B Minor

Newport Classics CD # NPD 85582

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DELOS INTERNATIONAL


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G. F. Handel: Acis and Galatea

Seattle Symphony Orchestra • Gerard Schwarz, conductor

David Gordon sings the title role of Acis in this complete
digital recording of a great baroque operatic masterpiece
with Dawn Kotowski, Glen Siebert, Jan Opalach

Delos CD # DE 3107

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A Distant Mirror:
Music of the Calamitous 14th Century

A wonderful collection of early music by Machaut and others
with the The Folger Consort.

This 1979 analog recording was re-released in the late 1990s
as Delos CD #DE1003.

The Delos CD also includes "Shakespeare's Music," another
1979 recording by the same performers.

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Engineer's Choice

Recording Engineer John Eargle compiled a demo of his favorite tracks. Includes an excerpt from "Treestone" (see Naxos below)

Other performers on this CD include Janos Starker, Bella Davidovich,
the Roger Wagner Chorale, Arlene Auger, London Symphony,
Seattle Symphony,and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.

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LONDON / DECCA


Igor Stravinsky:  Pulcinella

Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra • Christopher Hogwood, conductor

(complete original ballet music, with vocal soloists)

Bernadette Manca di Nissa, David Gordon, John Ostendorff

This was the first recording of "Pulcinella" to also include the
original 18th Century music Stravinsky used in writing the work.

Originally released in 1990 as Decca CD #4256142

Recently re-issued by ArkivMusik and available on the Arkiv site
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NAXOS


Stephen Albert: TreeStone    (premiere recording)

New York Chamber Symphony • Gerard Schwarz, conductor

Lucy Shelton, soprano; David Gordon, tenor

Lusty, passionate, operatic music for soprano, tenor and orchestra by Stephen Albert, recipient of the 1985 Pulitzer Prize for Music.
Text from James Joyce, with crazy music to match.

Naxos CD # 8.559708 (Originally issued by Delos)

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DORIAN DIGITAL


Christmas in Leipzig 

Bach Choir of Bethlehem • Greg Funfgeld, conductor

J.S. Bach Cantatas Nr. 63 and 65
plus the Sanctus from the Mass in B Minor

with Sylvia MacNair, Janice Taylor, David Gordon, Daniel Lichti

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J. S. Bach:  Wachet Auf!

Bach Choir of Bethlehem • Greg Funfgeld, conductor

Cantata BWV 56 - Ich will den Kreuzstab gerne tragen
Cantata BWV 140 - Wachet Auf, ruft uns die Stimme
with Henriette Schellenberg, David Gordon, Daniel Lichti

Dorian CD # DOR-90127

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RCA VICTOR RED SEAL


Ottorino Respighi: Laud to the Nativity

The Philadelphia Singers

Concerto Soloists Chamber Orchestra • Michael Korn, conductor

with Benita Valente, Maureen Forrester, David Gordon

RCA CD # 7787-2-RC (The CD title is "Ceremonies of Carols")

This charming CD is out of production but widely available online.

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VOX CLASSICS


J. S. Bach:  Mass in B Minor  

Ama Deus Ensemble • Valentin Radu, conductor

A complete recording of J. S. Bach's masterpiece

with Julianne Baird, Lori Gratis, and Kevin Deas

performed on historic instruments

Vox CD # VOX2 7524  (2-disk budget set)

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INNOVA RECORDS


Maurice Wright: 
Cantata for Tenor, Tape, and Percussion

with Tom Jones, percussionist    (premiere recording)

A wild 20-minute adventure for two live performers
and electronic sounds on audio tape.

Produced in 1980 by the 20th Century Consort
which has now become the  21st Century Consort

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NONESUCH / ELECTRA


Stephen Albert: Into Eclipse    (premiere recording)

5 Arias for Tenor and chamber orchestra

The 20th Century Consort • Christopher Kendall, conductor

A vivid and dramatic work for tenor and chamber ensemble
by the recipient of the 1985 Pulitzer Prize for Music

Nonesuch Electra CD # 79153-2

Out of print. Used copies available here.

 

MUSICAL HERITAGE SOCIETY


The eminent Musical Heritage Society recording series no longer exists, and neither is does this lovely recording. Tina and I dreamed it up in 1982, and it was a world-class team of colleagues.

Dreames and Imaginations
Elizabethan Songs for Tenor and Consort of Viols

David Gordon and Tina Chancey, co-producers

With Elaine Scott Banks, Tina Chancey,
Robert Eisenstein, Wendy Gillespie and Mary Springfels, viols.

Scott Reiss, recorder.

Engineered by Curt Wittig.

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