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Linda Perillo|Joseph I / Ferdinand Iii / Leopold I: Sacred Works

Joseph I / Ferdinand Iii / Leopold I: Sacred Works

Ferdinand III (Holy Roman Empe - Johann Heinrich Schmelzer - Joseph I (Holy Roman Emperor)

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Joseph I / Ferdinand Iii / Leopold I: Sacred Works

Linda Perillo

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Jesu redemptor omnium (Ferdinand III (Holy Roman Empe)

1
Jesu Redemptor omnium
Linda Perillo
00:06:28

, Contributor - Ulf Bastlein, baritone - David Cordier, counter-tenor - Jorg Waschinski, soprano - Henning Voss, counter-tenor - St. Florian Boys' Choir, Choir - Martin Haselbock, Conductor - Achim Kleinlein, tenor - Marcos Fink, bass - Vienna Academy Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2002 CPO (P) 2002 CPO

Deus Tuorum a 4 (Ferdinand III (Holy Roman Empe)

2
Deus Tuorum a 4
Linda Perillo
00:06:26

, Contributor - Ulf Bastlein, baritone - Jorg Waschinski, soprano - Martin Haselbock, Conductor - Marcos Fink, bass - Vienna Academy Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2002 CPO (P) 2002 CPO

Humanae Salutis a 8 (Ferdinand III (Holy Roman Empe)

3
Humanae Salutis a 8
Linda Perillo
00:05:45

, Contributor - Ulf Bastlein, baritone - David Cordier, counter-tenor - Jorg Waschinski, soprano - Henning Voss, counter-tenor - St. Florian Boys' Choir, Choir - Martin Haselbock, Conductor - Achim Kleinlein, tenor - Marcos Fink, bass - Vienna Academy Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2002 CPO (P) 2002 CPO

Lamento sopra la morte Ferdinandi III (Johann Heinrich Schmelzer)

4
Lamento sopra la morte Ferdinandi III
Orchester Wiener Akademie
00:06:13

, Contributor - Martin Haselbock, Conductor

(C) 2002 CPO (P) 2002 CPO

Regina Coeli (Joseph I (Holy Roman Emperor))

5
Regina coeli
Linda Perillo
00:15:05

, Contributor - Jorg Waschinski, soprano - Martin Haselbock, Conductor - Vienna Academy Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2002 CPO (P) 2002 CPO

Sonata piena (Leopold I)

6
Sonata piena
Orchester Wiener Akademie
00:02:45

, Contributor - Martin Haselbock, Conductor

(C) 2002 CPO (P) 2002 CPO

Laudate pueri (Leopold I)

7
Laudate Pueri
Linda Perillo
00:07:48

, Contributor - Ulf Bastlein, baritone - David Cordier, counter-tenor - Jorg Waschinski, soprano - Henning Voss, counter-tenor - Martin Haselbock, Conductor - Marcos Fink, bass - Vienna Academy Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2002 CPO (P) 2002 CPO

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