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You asked for all recordings of ZWV 46. A short description of the work follows:

ZWV 46  Requiem [Referred to as either ZWV 46, ZWV46, Z.46 or Z46]. Key: D. Composed: 1733. Type of work: Vocal. [SATBB, soli; SATB, ch.; 2Tpt.; Timp.; 2Hn.; 2Fl.; 2Ob.; Chal.; 2Vn.; Va.; B.c.] Category: Requiem or Music for the Offices of the Dead.

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Requiem [Referred to as either ZWV 46, ZWV46, Z.46 or Z46] (ZWV 46)

Accent, Cat. No. ACC 24244
CD issued: 2010


Information: Choir: Collegium Vocale 1704. Orchestra: Collegium 1704. Conductor: Vaclav Luks.

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Requiem [Referred to as either ZWV 46, ZWV46, Z.46 or Z46] (ZWV 46)

Denon/Nippon Columbia, Cat. No. COCO-73229/30
CD issued: 2008


Information: Choir: Czech Philharmonic Chorus. Orchestra: Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor: Vaclav Neumann. Soloists: Jana Janasova (S), Drahomira Drobkova (A), Miroslav Kopp (T), Karel Prusa (B). Comments: Supraphon recording from 1983. Japanese double CD. Issued previously in 1987 on 60CO-1596/97..

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Requiem [Referred to as either ZWV 46, ZWV46, Z.46 or Z46] (ZWV 46)

Camerata Tokyo, Cat. No. CDT-1016
CD issued: 1993


Information: Choir: Kusatsu Acadamy Chorus. Orchestra: Polish Chamber Orchestra. Conductor: Jörg Ewald Dähler. Comments: Recording from 1992. CD also contains works by Bach and Mozart. The Zelenka Requiem in D major is mistakenly numbered ZWV 43..

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