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ZWV 172  Motet: Proh, quos criminis (parody of recit. 'Proh! quae aeris inclementia' and aria 'Veni Auster lux perennis' from ZWV 175) [Referred to as either ZWV 172, ZWV172, Z.172 or Z172]. Key: F (aria only). Composed: 1723, rev. c. 1725. Type of work: Vocal. [T, solo; 2Fl.; 2 Rec.; 2Vn.; Va.; B.c.] Category: Short Liturgical or Spiritual Work.

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Motet: Proh, quos criminis (parody of recit. 'Proh! quae aeris inclementia' and aria 'Veni Auster lux perennis' from ZWV 175) [Referred to as either ZWV 172, ZWV172, Z.172 or Z172] (ZWV 172)

Berlin Classics, Cat. No. 0032892BC
CD issued: 2004


Information: Orchestra: Cappella Sagittariana Dresden. Conductor: Dietrich Knothe. Soloists: Peter Schreier (T). Comments: Program includes works by Jacobi, Fux, Schmetzer. Digital recording from 1984. Previously released on Berlin Classics BC 1085-2..

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Motet: Proh, quos criminis (parody of recit. 'Proh! quae aeris inclementia' and aria 'Veni Auster lux perennis' from ZWV 175) [Referred to as either ZWV 172, ZWV172, Z.172 or Z172] (ZWV 172)

Berlin Classics, Cat. No. BC 1085-2
CD issued: 1993


Information: Orchestra: Cappella Sagittariana Dresden. Conductor: Dietrich Knothe. Soloists: Peter Schreier (T). Comments: Program includes works by Jacobi, Fux, Schmetzer. Digital recording from 1984. Later released on Berlin Classics 0032892BC..

Check for recordings of other Zelenka works on this CD....


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