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Artist: Oscar's Motet Choir
Title: Cantate Domino
Format: CD
Label: LIM
Catalog Number:72
Barcode:4892843002695 itemnumber=1000117914
Price: $43.98  (All prices include domestic shipping.)
Release Date: 4/21/2015
Availability: Not Currently In Stock
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One of the best selling records on the audiophile label known as Proprius - now remastered on the New UHD Format. Cantate Domino, recorded by Bertil Alving in 1976, is famous for its incredible sound quality. The CD begins with Enrico Bossi's "Cantate Domino" for choir, organ, trumpets and trombones. A wonderful piece with a stunning organ introduction. Included are also works by Handel, Otto Olsson, Adam and some Swedish folk songs. A famous reference record, now with improved sound quality. This release contains Ultra High Definition 32-Bit Mastering & UHD 32-Bit PureFlection Manufacturing Process. Ultra High Definition 32-Bit Mastering is a proprietary ultra-high-quality mastering system. This disc is playable in all CD Players.

Track Listing
Cantate Domino - Concerto For Organ in A-Major

I. Allegro

II. Adagio

III. Allegro


Dotter Sion, frojda dig (Daughter of Zion, Rejoice!)

Hosianna Davids Son (Hosanna to the Son of David)

Frojda Dig, du Kristi brud (Rejoice, you bride of Christ)


Il Est Ne Le Divin Enfant (Christ is Born the Child Divine)

Julsang (Christmas Song)

Den signade dag (O Day Full of Grace)

Stille Nacht (Silent Night)

Mariae Wiegenlied

Jul (Christmas)

Zither Carol

White Christmas

Performers on this Album
Oscar's Motet Choir
Alf Linder, organ
Marianne Mellnas, soprano
Torsten Nilsson, conductor
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Release Format: CD         
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