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ZWV 171  Motet: O magnum mysterium; aria: Dormi nate, dormi Deus (parody on 'Eviresce, effloresce' from ZWV 175) [Referred to as either ZWV 171, ZWV171, Z.171 or Z171]. Key: E. Composed: 1723, rev. c.1728. Type of work: Vocal. [A, solo; 2Fl. ad lib.; (2 Rec. ad lib;) 2Vn.; Va.; B.c.] Category: Short Liturgical or Spiritual Work.

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Motet: O magnum mysterium; aria: Dormi nate, dormi Deus (parody on 'Eviresce, effloresce' from ZWV 175) [Referred to as either ZWV 171, ZWV171, Z.171 or Z171] (ZWV 171)

Supraphon, Cat. No. SU 4111-2
CD issued: 2012


Information: Orchestra: Musica Florea. Conductor: Marek Stryncl. Soloists: Marketa Cukrova (A). Comments: Recorded December 2011..

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Motet: O magnum mysterium; aria: Dormi nate, dormi Deus (parody on 'Eviresce, effloresce' from ZWV 175) [Referred to as either ZWV 171, ZWV171, Z.171 or Z171] (ZWV 171)

Pan Classics, Cat. No. PC 10274
CD issued: 2012


Information: Orchestra: Capriccio Barockorchester. Conductor: Dominik Kiefer. Soloists: Alex Potter (CT).

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Motet: O magnum mysterium; aria: Dormi nate, dormi Deus (parody on 'Eviresce, effloresce' from ZWV 175) [Referred to as either ZWV 171, ZWV171, Z.171 or Z171] (ZWV 171)

Regulus, Cat. No. RGCD-1032
CD issued: 2011


Information: Orchestra: 2 recorders, 2 violins, 1 viola, 1 violoncello, 1 contrabass, cembalo. Soloists: Hiroya Aoki (CT). Comments: Recorded January 2011. CD also has works by J.S. Bach, Telemann, Kuhnau, Vivaldi, and Corelli..

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