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The Wiener Hofkapelle was founded in 1498, and since then a multitude of composers have left their musical imprints behind in the form of commissioned works for ecclesiastical celebrations, coronation ceremonies, lyrical dramas, operas or simple and courtly light music. In the Viennese Classical era the Wiener Hofkapelle enjoyed the compositions of none other than W.A. Mozart. The music was by and large sacred, and to this day there is a large number of works still extant. Joseph Leopold von Eybler, Johann von Herbeck and others impress with their magnificent and richly orchestrated sacral works.
Joseph Eybler: Omnes de Saba venient
Omnes de Saba venient
Johann Ritter von Herbeck: Pueri, concinite
Antonio Salieri: Veni Sancte Spiritus
Veni Sancte Spiritus
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Sub tuum praesidium - offertorium, K. 198
Sub tuum praesidium, K. 198
Michael Haydn: Alleluia! In die resurrectionis
Alleluia! In die resurrectionis
Johann Joseph Fux: Laudate pueri, "Sit nomen domini"
Laudate pueri, "Sit nomen domini"
Joseph Eybler: Terra tremuit
Franz Schubert: Offertory in C major, Op. 46, D. 136, "Totus in corde langueo"
Offertory in C major, Op. 46, D. 136, "Totus in corde langueo"
Antonio Salieri: De profundis
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Regina coeli, K. 108
Regina coeli, K. 276
Franz Schubert: Auguste jam coelestium, D. 488
Auguste jam coelestium, D. 488
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Ave verum corpus, K. 618
Ave verum corpus, K. 618
Benedikt Randhartinger: Cantate Domino
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