excerpt from 'Travels through Germany, Bohemia, Switzerland, Italy and Lorrain. Vol. 2' pp. 122 (51 words)

excerpt from 'Travels through Germany, Bohemia, Switzerland, Italy and Lorrain. Vol. 2' pp. 122 (51 words)

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Travels through Germany, Bohemia, Switzerland, Italy and Lorrain. Vol. 2

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On the evening of Maundy Thursday, was sung in St. Apollinaris's church the miserere, composed for voices only, by the famous Corelli, and afterwards in S. Giacomo dei Spagnuoli the tenebræ, accompanied with instruments, in which Chichino, Menicucetto, and Pasquilio, the best singers in the pope's chapel, at this time performed.

On the evening of Maundy Thursday, was sung in St. Apollinaris's church the miserere, composed for voices only, by the famous Corelli, and afterwards in S. Giacomo dei Spagnuoli the tenebræ, accompanied with instruments, in which Chichino, Menicucetto, and Pasquilio, the best singers in the pope's chapel, at this time performed.

 

On the evening of Maundy Thursday, was sung in St. Apollinaris's church the miserere, composed for voices only, by the famous Corelli, and afterwards in S. Giacomo dei Spagnuoli the tenebræ, accompanied with instruments, in which Chichino, Menicucetto, and Pasquilio, the best singers in the pope's chapel, at this time performed.

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