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  • Research and text by Chris Whent at HOASM (Here on a Sunday Morning - WBAI 99.5 FM New York)
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VIII. The Italian Settecento (18th.C)

VIIIF Sacred Music of the Italian 18th C

Giacomo Antonio Perti, 1661-1756

Biblography; Wikipedia: HOASM:

Number of PDF-score / MIDI-file: cpdl=3,    


PWD=password protected
Songtitle Date Musicians Instruments Recording
Time MP3
Adoramus . "Pro Musica" Chamber Choir . 2005 2:04 MP3
Inter vestibulum . "Pro Musica" Chamber Choir . 2005 2:47 MP3

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