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ZWV 58  Immisit Dominus pestilentiam [Referred to as either ZWV 58, ZWV58, Z.58 or Z58]. Key: ?. Composed: 1709. Type of work: Vocal. [SATB, soli & ch.; Fl.; 2Ob.; Chal.; 2Vn.; Va.; B.c.] Category: Work for Holy Week.

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Immisit Dominus pestilentiam [Referred to as either ZWV 58, ZWV58, Z.58 or Z58] (ZWV 58)

Supraphon, Cat. No. SU 4068-2
CD issued: 2011


Information: Orchestra: Collegium Marianum. Conductor: Jana Semeradova. Soloists: Hana BlazŪkova (S), David Erler (A), Tobias Hunger (T), Tomas Kral (B).

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Immisit Dominus pestilentiam [Referred to as either ZWV 58, ZWV58, Z.58 or Z58] (ZWV 58)

Collegium Marianum, Cat. No. CM 03001
CD issued: 2003


Information: Orchestra: Collegium Marianum. Conductor: Jana Semeradova. Soloists: Constanze Backes (S). Comments: Aria 5 only: "Orate pro me, lacrimae". Recording from 2003..

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Immisit Dominus pestilentiam [Referred to as either ZWV 58, ZWV58, Z.58 or Z58] (ZWV 58)

Klub Vltava, Cat. No. no number
CD issued: 2002


Information: Orchestra: Capella Regia. Conductor: Robert Hugo. Soloists: Irena Houkelova, Ivana Broukova, Petra Noskajova, Hasan El-Dunia, Vladimir Richter, Jan Mikusek, Michael Pospisil, Vojtech Safarik. Comments: Live recordings. CD issued by Klub Vltava, Czech Republic. This limited edition CD was not released commercially..

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Immisit Dominus pestilentiam [Referred to as either ZWV 58, ZWV58, Z.58 or Z58] (ZWV 58)

Panton, Cat. No. 80 0331-2911
CD issued: 1993


Information: Choir: The Kuhn Mixed Choir. Orchestra: Musici de Praga. Soloists: Libuse Marova (A). Comments: Aria "Recordare, Domine, testamenti tui". Analogue recording from 1972..

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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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