- Magnificat in D major
- Trafalgar Sinfonia
- Ivor Setterfield
Vivaldi’s Gloria, one of three he composed, is his best known and most popular piece of sacred music.
Bach’s Magnificat in D major is a refinement of his earlier Magnificat in E flat with which he successfully sought to seize the attention of his congregation on his arrival at St Thomas’ Church in Leipzig as a young composer and the 12 short movements provide compelling tasters of many styles of his music which he developed over many years there.