Capella Savaria, “Dormi, Iesu dulcissime”, “Nil canitur iucundius” (by Pál I Esterházy of Galántha)

00:00 – Cantata No.18: Dormi, Iesu dulcissime
03:29 – Cantata No.4: Nil canitur iucundius

From Harmonia Caelestis, a cycle of 55 sacred cantatas attributed to the Hungarian composer Paul I, the First Prince Esterházy of Galántha (1635-1713) and published in 1711. These baroque style cantatas incorporate traditional Hungarian and German melodies. Each of the cantatas consists of one movement and are composed for solo voices (the majority for one solo voice, although there are some duets), choir, and orchestra (including violas, violone, harp, bassoon, theorba, violins, flutes, trumpets, organ, timpani).

Performers: Pal Nemeth with Capella Savaria, Maria Zadori, Marta Fers, Katalin Gemes, Katalin Karolyi etc.

http://www.amazon.com/Esterhazy-Harmonia-Caelestis-Nemeth-2CDs/dp/B00005YGI8

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