from Harmonia Caelestis (1711)
Musica Florens Ensemble, Budapest, Hungary
Paul I, Prince Esterházy (1635-1713) was an accomplished musical amateur, composer, and patron of the arts. He composed numerous cantatas, the most notable of which are Harmonia Caelestis. Harmonia Caelestis is a cycle of 55 sacred cantatas composed in the Baroque style published in Vienna in 1711. Paul was one of the chief compilers of the Trophaeum Domus Inclytae Estorationae. He used his great wealth in the liberal patronage of art and literature. (Wikipedia)
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