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You asked for Secular Vocal Works in any key from any date 1700-1744.

ZWV 175  Sub olea pacis: Melodrama de Sancto Wenceslao. Text: Matous Zill (several movements later parodied by Zelenka in ZWV 145, ZWV 161, ZWV 171, ZWV 172, and an aria with no ZWV number which was listed in the Inventarium ['Ave Deus recondite']) [Referred to as either ZWV 175, ZWV175, Z.175 or Z175]. Key: Various. Composed: 1723. Type of work: Vocal. [SATB, soli & ch.; 2Tpt.; Timp.; 2Fl.; 2Rec.; 2Ob.; Chal.; 2Vn.; Va.; B.c.] Category: Secular Vocal Work. Check for recording(s).

ZWV 176  Italian arias (8) [Referred to as either ZWV 176, ZWV176, Z.176 or Z176]. Key: A, D minor, E, A, A minor, E flat, D, C. Composed: 1733. Type of work: Vocal. [S, solo (#1,2,4,5,7), A, solo (#3,6), B, solo (#8); 2Vn.; Va.; B.c.] Category: Secular Vocal Work. Check for recording(s).

ZWV 177  Serenata 'Il Diamante' [Referred to as either ZWV 177, ZWV177, Z.177 or Z177]. Key: ?. Composed: 1737. Type of work: Vocal. [SSSSA, soli; SATB, ch.; 2Hn.; 2Fl.; 2Ob.; 2Bn.; 2Vn.; Va.; B.c.] Category: Secular Vocal Work. Check for recording(s).

ZWV 178  Two Crab Canons 'Emit amor' [Referred to as either ZWV 178, ZWV178, Z.178 or Z178]. Key: C. Composed: c.1723. Type of work: Vocal. [a 4 (#1), a 2 (#2)] Category: Secular Vocal Work. Check for recording(s).

ZWV 179  Cantilena circularis 'Vide Domine' [Referred to as either ZWV 179, ZWV179, Z.179 or Z179]. Key: C. Composed: 1722, rev. 1728. Type of work: Vocal. [4 parts; revision of 1728: 'Canon mit Vorkehrungen' Lesson 4 of G.P. Telemann's 'Der getreue Music-Meister", Hamburg 1728] Category: Secular Vocal Work. Check for recording(s).

ZWV 211  Motet (secular): Qui nihil sortis felicis videt [Referred to as either ZWV 211, ZWV211, Z.211 or Z211]. Key: B flat. Composed: c.1730 or later. Type of work: Vocal. [SA, soli; 3Ob.; Bn.; 2Vn.; Va.; B.c.] Category: Secular Vocal Work. Check for recording(s).


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