The contralto Doris Owens recorded a number of sides for the “Columbia History of Music by Ear and Eye, Volume II (Baroque)”. I have, so far, only one of her records: a Dutch pressing, containing, oddly, Parts 1 and 7 of the Volume in question.
Monteverdi – L’Incoronazione di Poppea May sweet Oblivion lull thee
Handel – AtalantaLike as the love-lorn turtle
Doris Owens, contralto
with
Frederic Jackson, harpsichord (Monteverdi)
Strings and Harpsichord of the Bach Cantata Club, Charles Kennedy Scott (Handel)
Dutch Columbia DCH 87
Matrices WA 11086-2, 11102-2 (58460, 58498)
Recorded c1930