|Troisième Ordre: L'Imperiale|
|A3||Première Courante / Deuxième Courante|
|Quatrième Ordre: La Piémontoise|
|B3||Première Courante / Deuxième Courante|
Side Two: "Recorded in Brussels", "New Formation: 2 Violins, Viola Da Gamla & Harpsichord"
"These recordings [...] were issued as a memorial tribute to Charles Mc Guire. [...] He founded L'Ensemble Alarius De Bruxelles in 1958 [...] He died in 1964 [...] With Sigiswald Kuijken (violin and viola da gamba). The Alarius Ensemble now has a slightly different repertoire [...] The first three orders of 'Les Nations' were recorded by the BBC in London three years earlier. 'La Piémontoise', the fourth order, is a new recording made in Brussels in 1965, featuring the new composition of The Alariums Ensemble: two violins, viola da gamba (or one violin with two gambas) and harpsichord." (back cover). Apart from those named in the quotation above, musicians are not named.
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