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ZWV 157  Sub tuum praesidium (10 settings) [Referred to as either ZWV 157, ZWV157, Z.157 or Z157]. Key: G minor, C minor, D minor, D minor, E minor, F, G minor, G, D minor, G minor. Composed: no. 2 dated 1734. Type of work: Vocal. [SATB, ch.; B.c.] Category: Te Deum Setting, Litany, or Processional.

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Sub tuum praesidium (10 settings) [Referred to as either ZWV 157, ZWV157, Z.157 or Z157] (ZWV 157)

Supraphon, Cat. No. SU 4160-2
CD issued: 2013


Information: Choir: Collegium Vocale 1704. Orchestra: Collegium 1704. Conductor: Vaclav Luks. Comments: The work has 3 settings (1 to 3) on the CD. The CD also contains works by Tuma and Orschler..

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Sub tuum praesidium (10 settings) [Referred to as either ZWV 157, ZWV157, Z.157 or Z157] (ZWV 157)

Thorofon, Cat. No. CTH 2181
CD issued: 1997


Information: Choir: Capella Piccola. Orchestra: Barockorchester Metamorphosis, KŲln. Conductor: Thomas Reuber. Soloists: Martina Lins (S), Daniela Nussbaum (A), Reinhard Dingel-Schulten (T), Jens Lohmann (B). Comments: One of three settings of "Sub tuum praesidium" in G minor (of 10 in total)..

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Sub tuum praesidium (10 settings) [Referred to as either ZWV 157, ZWV157, Z.157 or Z157] (ZWV 157)

Supraphon, Cat. No. 11 0816-2
CD issued: 1990


Information: Choir: Czech Philharmonic Chorus. Conductor: Lubomir Matl. Comments: Contains the third antiphon in D minor only..

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