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ZWV 87  Laudate Dominum [Referred to as either ZWV 87, ZWV87, Z.87 or Z87]. Key: F. Composed: c.1728. Type of work: Vocal. [T, solo; SATTB, ch.; 2Ob.; 2Vn.; Va.; B.c.] Category: Psalm, Magnificat, or Hymn Setting.

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Laudate Dominum [Referred to as either ZWV 87, ZWV87, Z.87 or Z87] (ZWV 87)

Nibiru, Cat. No. 01642231
CD issued: 2017


Information: Choir: Prague Baroque Soloists. Orchestra: Ensemble Inegal. Conductor: Adam Viktora. Soloists: Virgil Hartinger (T).

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Laudate Dominum [Referred to as either ZWV 87, ZWV87, Z.87 or Z87] (ZWV 87)

Move, Cat. No. MCD 156
CD issued: 2000


Information: Choir: Schola Cantorum of Melbourne. Orchestra: Schola Cantorum Baroque Players. Conductor: Gary Ekkel.

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Side image: High Altar of the Jasna Góra Monastery Basilica in Częstochowa, 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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