Æmilian Rosengart: Christe redemptor omnium

Æmilian Rosengart

Christe redemptor omnium

Hymnus de Nativitate Domini nostri Jesu Christi

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As a contemporary of Haydn and Mozart, Rosengart reveals great stylistic diversity in his works. This Hymnus , in two sections, reveals his ability as a baroque composer, who concentrated on the musical embellishment of the liturgy. Christe redemptor omnium was performed to the glory of God in the monastic church at Ochsenhausen.

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Product information

Editor

Andreas Traub Personal details

Composer

Æmilian Rosengart Personal details

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