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ZWV 207  Benedictus sit Deus Pater [Referred to as either ZWV 207, ZWV207, Z.207 or Z207]. Key: D. Composed: c.1729. Type of work: Vocal. Category: Lost, Doubtful, or Falsely Attributed Work.

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Benedictus sit Deus Pater [Referred to as either ZWV 207, ZWV207, Z.207 or Z207] (ZWV 207)

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).

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Benedictus sit Deus Pater [Referred to as either ZWV 207, ZWV207, Z.207 or Z207] (ZWV 207)

Presston, Cat. No. PB 0026-2 131
CD issued: 1993


Information: Choir: Chamber Choir Camerata. Conductor: Vitezlav Podrazil. Soloists: Jan Kalfus (Org.). Comments: Analogue recording from 1993. Organ accompaniment. CD also has works by Cernohorsky, Tuma, Janacek and Mateju..

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Benedictus sit Deus Pater [Referred to as either ZWV 207, ZWV207, Z.207 or Z207] (ZWV 207)

ADDA, Cat. No. ADD 581161
CD issued: 1989


Information: Orchestra: Le Concert Royal de Nancy. Conductor: Renť Depoutot. Comments: Recorded 1989..

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Side image: High Altar of the Jasna G√≥ra Monastery Basilica in Czńôstochowa, Poland, designed by an unknown Italian artist, modelled by the Italian architect Giacomo Antonio Buzzini, and executed by a team of Polish artists, including the sculptor Jan Adam Karinger, between 1725 and 1728 (photographer unknown).


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