|1||Sitio - Adagio|
|2||Pater, Dimitte Illis - Largo|
|3||The Seven Last Words Of Our Saviour On The Cross, Opus 51|
|4||Introduction - Maestoso Ed Adagio|
|5||Amen Dico Tibi - Grave E Cantabile|
|6||Mulier, Ecce Filius Tuus - Grave|
|7||Eli, Eli - Largo|
|8||Consummatum Est - Lento|
|9||Pater, In Manus Tuus - Largo Il Terremoto - Presto|
|CM-20||The Guilet String Quartet, Joseph Haydn||The Guilet String Quartet, Joseph Haydn - The Seven Last Words Of Christ, Opus 51 (LP, Red)||Chamber Music Society||CM-20||US||Unknown|
Generic Classics Club Sleeve (front and back), with rectangular area on the left-hand side of the front cover onto which specific title details have been affixed on a printed label, including "REMBRANDT SERIES (No. 33)"
Small single-sheet insert inside the sleeve contains programme notes for the music (see images).
White Classics Club label with black text., and music stave logo.
"REMBRANDT SERIES" on the top of both labels with corresponding artist's head image.
"FULL DYNAMIC RANGE HIGH FIDELITY" on both labels at 9 o'clock position.
"Made in England" on both labels at 6 o'clock position.
On the labels the catalog number / matrix is simply shown (at 6 o'clock position) as "33A" on Side 1 and "33B" on Side 2.
The stamped runout details are not completely legible, but appear to be: "CCNN35A" (Side 1) and "CCNN35B" (Side 2) - strange as this is No. 33 in the series, not 35!