|Missa Sancti Nicolai||(27:47)|
|B1||VI. Agnus Dei||6:11|
|Missa Brevis In F Major / Fa Majeur / F-dur||(14:03)|
|B7||VI. Agnus Dei||2:33|
- Bass Vocals – David Thomas (9)
- Bassoon [Aam] – Hansjurg Lange*
- Cello [Aam] – Anthony Pleeth, Richard Webb
- Choir – Choir Of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford*
- Composed By – Franz Joseph Haydn*
- Conductor – Simon Preston
- Contralto Vocals – Shirley Minty
- Double Bass [Aam] – Francis Baines
- Engineer [Sound Engineer] – John Dunkerley
- Executive-Producer – Raymond Ware
- Horn [Natural Horn] [Aam] – John Humphries, Shirley Hopkins
- Illustration [Back Cover] – L. Darcis*
- Oboe [Aam] – Clare Shanks, Sophia McKenna
- Orchestra – The Academy Of Ancient Music
- Organ [Chamber Organ] [Aam] – Christopher Hogwood
- Painting – Anton Franz Maulpertsch*
- Producer [Record Producer] – Peter Wadland
- Sleeve Notes – H.C. Robbins Landon
- Soprano Vocals – Emma Kirkby (tracks: B2 to B7), Judith Nelson
- Tenor Vocals – Rogers Covey Crump*
- Viola [Aam] – Duncan Druce, Katherine Hart, Trevor Jones (4)
- Violin [Aam] – Eleanor Sloan, Ingrid Seifert, June Hardy, Monica Huggett, Nicola Cleminsón*, Peggy Gilmore, Polly Waterfield, Roderick Skeaping, Simon Standage, Stuart Deeks
The album has a separate 4-page fold-out leaflet the size of the sleeve
It contains notes in English, French and German, as well as photographs.
The leaflet was printed by Senol. The sleeve printed by Robert Stace.
The record was made in Holland. Mastered by Decca Recording Studio's UK.
Aam = The Academy of Ancient Music.
Cover painting: Anton Franz Maulpertsch (1724-1796) - "Die Heilige Sippe" (Österreichische Galerie, Vienna)
Back cover engraving of Haydn: L. Darcis, from a drawing by P.N. Guerin.
Publisher: Faber Music - track A1 to A5, B1
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (on label - Side A): ZTT 959
- Matrix / Runout (on label - Side B): ZTT 960
- Matrix / Runout (runout - Side A): ZTT 959 4 X ▽ ED 111
- Matrix / Runout (runout - Side B): ZZT-960-3C 117 [117 = upside down]