John Blow / John Dryden / Henry Purcell / New York Pro Musica ‎– An Ode On The Death Of Mr. Henry Purcell, For 2 Counter-Tenors, 2 Recorders, And Continuo / Selected Vocal And Instrumental Works By​ Henry Purcell

The Record Society ‎– 6171, The Record Society ‎– S/6171, World Record Club ‎– S/6171
Vinyl, LP, Album, Club Edition, Mono, Gatefold


A1 An Ode On The Death Of Mr. Henry Purcell
B1 Why Should Men Quarrel (From "The Indian Queen")
B2 Whilst I With Grief: A Song
B3 Two In One Upon A Ground
B4 When The Cock Begins To Crow
B5 How Pleasant Is This Flowery Plain: Chamber Cantata
B6 What A Sad Fate
B7 What Can We Poor Females Do
B8 Strike The Viol (From "Ode For The Birthday Of Queen Mary")



Australian WRC 1st pressing for The Record Society. The LP is housed in the right side of the gatefold, with the sleeve opening inside at the centre. "R.S. S/6171" on spine, "S/6171" on back. Same cover for mono and stereo versions - mono has "6171" on label, stereo has "S-6171". The stereo version has a printed "stereo" rosette on the back, and the mono has a gold sticker with "mono" placed over this (though these tend to drop off with age).

The Record Society (Aust.) Pty. Ltd., 393 Flinders Lane, Melbourne