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Glorious Mysteries - Rosary with Sacred Art, Vol. I - Music: Debussy. Meditate on the glorious mysteries of the rosary with sacred art and music from Debussy. Volume II (similar audio, different artw…More
Glorious Mysteries - Rosary with Sacred Art, Vol. I - Music: Debussy.

Meditate on the glorious mysteries of the rosary with sacred art and music from Debussy.

Volume II (similar audio, different artwork): youtube.com/watch?v=dN0OLnGuLKY

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Music
Rêverie: David Hernando Vitores (Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0, wikimedia.org/…o_saxophone_and_piano_-_David_Hernando_Vitores.ogg)
La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin: Patrizia Prati (Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0, wikimedia.org/….La_fille_aux_cheveux_de_lin)_-_Patrizia_Prati.ogg)
Arabesque No. 1: Patrizia Prati (Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0, wikimedia.org/…_Debussy_-_Première_Arabesque_-_Patrizia_Prati.ogg)
Clair de Lune: Brent Hugh (archive.org, CC BY-SA 2.5, archive.org/details/jamendo-004307)

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changes made: endings trimmed, volume levels adjusted

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Images

Images are in the public domain in the United States and were sourced from Wikimedia Commons, the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, the J. Paul Getty Museum, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Works shown:

Botticelli (Uffizi)
Titian (Prado)
Sassoferrato (National Gallery, London)
Bouguereau
Mengs (Royal Palace of Aranjuez)
Circle of Antonio García Reinoso (Museo de Bellas Artes de Córdoba)

Resurrection:
van den Broeck (Sistine Chapel)
Novelli (Prado)
Ricci (Dulwich Picture Gallery)
Rubens (Hermitage)
Tintoretto (Gallerie dell'Accademia)
Anonymous Florentine (KHM, Vienna)
Bouguereau (Royal MFA, Antwerp)
Murillo (Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando)
A. Ivanov (Russian Mus.)
Titian (Santi Nazaro e Celso, Brescia)
Caravaggio (Sanssouci Picture Gallery)
A. de Pereda y Salgado (Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest)
Ferrari (National Gallery, London)

Ascension:
Copley (Mus. of Fine Arts, Boston)
Francisco Camilo (Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya)
Fidelis Schabet (Stiftskirche, Hechingen)
Veronese (Chiesa di San Francesco Grande, Padua)
Unknown
Benjamin West (Denver Art Mus.)
Perugino (Mus. of Fine Arts of Lyon)
Fugel (Pfarrkirche St. Johannes Baptist, Obereschach, Stadt Ravensburg)
Garofalo (Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica)
Francisco Bayeu y Subías (Museo de Menorca)
Cavedone (LACMA)
Hendrick van Balen (St. James' Church, Antwerp)
Bloch

Descent:
Restout (Louvre)
Dorfmeister (Hungarian National Gallery)
Botticelli (Birmingham Mus. & Art Gallery)
El Greco (Prado)
Juan Bautista Mayno (Prado)
Vivarini (Gemäldegalerie)
van Dyck (Sanssouci Picture Gallery)
Unknown (Jesuitenkirche, Heidelberg)
Matthys Voet (St. Paul's Church, Antwerp)
Moretto (Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo)
Fugel
Coello (Prado)
Hofmann (Riverside Church, NY)

Assumption:
Botticini (National Gallery, London)
Carracci (Prado)
Reni (Mus. of Fine Arts of Lyon)
Guercino (Hermitage)
Rubens (Museum Kunstpalast)
Maella
Cabezalero (Prado)
Murillo (Prado)
von Löfftz
Titian (Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari)
Murillo (Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla)
Gentileschi (Museo Civico d'Arte Antica, Turin)
Benjamin West (Schorr Collection)

Coronation:
Carracci (Met)
Fra Angelico (Louvre)
Veronese (San Sebastiano)
Rubens (Royal Mus. of Fine Arts of Belgium)
Raphael (Vatican Pinacoteca)
Velázquez (Prado)
de Zurbarán (Prado)
Procaccini (Getty Mus.)
Masip (Prado)
Romanino (Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo)
Reni (Met)
Knoller (Louvre)
Rubens (Alte Pinakothek)

Closing:
Bouguereau
Botticelli (Uffizi)
Titian (Prado)