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Joyful Mysteries - Rosary with Sacred Art, Vol. II - Music: Debussy. Meditate on the joyful mysteries of the rosary with sacred art and music from Debussy. Volume I (same audio, different artwork): …More
Joyful Mysteries - Rosary with Sacred Art, Vol. II - Music: Debussy.

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

Volume I (same audio, different artwork): Joyful Mysteries - Rosary with Sacred Art, Vol. I - Music: Debussy

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Music:

Rêverie: David Hernando Vitores (Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0, File:Claude Debussy - Rêverie - Arr for Soprano saxophone and piano - David Hernando Vitores.ogg - Wikimedia Commons )
La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin: Patrizia Prati (Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0, File:Claude Debussy - I Livre Prelude VIII... (...La fille aux cheveux de lin) - Patrizia Prati.ogg - Wikimedia Commons )
Arabesque No. 1: Patrizia Prati (Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0, File:Claude Debussy - Première Arabesque - Patrizia Prati.ogg - Wikimedia Commons )
Clair de Lune: Brent Hugh (archive.org, CC BY-SA 2.5, Brent Hugh - Fantastic Rhapsodies : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive )

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Images:

The Heavenly and Earthly Trinities by Murillo: Sailko (Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 3.0, File:Murillo, trinità celeste e terrestre, 1675-82 ca.jpg - Wikimedia Commons )
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All other images are in the public domain in the United States and were sourced from Wikimedia Commons, the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, and the J. Paul Getty Museum.

Opening:
F. Rizi (San Jerónimo el Real)
Murillo (National Gallery); Released under CC BY 3.0 by Sailko ( File:Murillo, trinità celeste e terrestre, 1675-82 ca.jpg - Wikimedia Commons ); cropped, levels adjusted
Reni
Sassoferrato (National Gallery)
Sassoferrato
M. Altomonte (National Gallery of Slovenia)

Annunciation:
de Calabria (University of Barcelona; Prado coll.)
Titian (Church of Saints Nazarius and Celsus)
Murillo (Prado)
Gentileschi (Sabauda Gallery)
de Matteis (Saint Louis Art Mus.)
Rubens (KHM, Vienna)
Garofalo (Capitoline Museums)
Masucci (Minneapolis Institute of Arts)
Lanfranco (Chiesa di San Carlo ai Catinari, Rome)
Veronese (Cleveland Mus. of Art)
Maratta (Royal Collection)
C. Coello (Mus. of Fine Arts, Budapest)
Guercino (Civic Mus. of Mirandola)

Visitation:
di Cosimo (National Gallery of Art, D.C.)
de Pereda (Lázaro Galdiano Mus.)
Moreno (Prado)
Master MS (Hungarian National Gallery)
Giaquinto (Montreal Mus. of Fine Arts)
Turchi (Prado)
Giordano (KHM, Vienna)
Master of Perea (Prado)
U. Gandolfi
Procaccini (Blanton Mus. of Art)
Rubens (Cathedral of Our Lady, Antwerp)
Janneck
Murillo (Ringling Mus. of Art)

Nativity:
F. Rizi (San Jerónimo el Real)
Lotto (Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo)
Conca (Getty)
Mengs (Prado)
de Matteis (Dallas Mus. of Art)
Murillo (Toledo Mus. of Art)
van Honthorst (Uffizi)
Maino (Meadows Mus.)
Boeckhorst (Bob Jones University Mus. and Gallery)
de' Pitati (Birmingham Mus. & Art Gallery)
Rubens (Mus. of Fine Arts of Lyon)
Pittoni (National Gallery, London)
Juan Simón Gutiérrez

Presentation:
Verhaghen (Mus. of Fine Arts, Ghent)
Shebuyev
de Gelder (Mauritshuis)
Valentin Lefèvre (attrib) (Royal Collection)
Gilarte (Museo de Huesca; Prado coll.)
L. Carracci (Thyssen-Bornemisza Mus.)
Rembrandt (Kunsthalle Hamburg)
Rubens (Cathedral of Our Lady, Antwerp)
Romanino (Pinacoteca di Brera)
Bellini (Gemäldegalerie)
Opie (National Gallery of Canada)
de Sevilla Romero y Escalante (National Sculpture Museum, Valladolid)
Dolci (KHM, Vienna)

Finding:
Bordone (Isabella Stewart Gardner Mus.)
de Ribera (Mus. of Art and History, Langres)
Pinturicchio (Santa Maria Maggiore, Spello)
Mstera icon writer
Ricci (Royal Collection)
de Valdés Leal (Prado)
Mazzolino (Gemäldegalerie)
Serodine (Louvre)
Tintoretto (Milan Cathedral)
F. Francken II (Cathedral of Our Lady, Antwerp)
Pourbus the Elder and Workshop
Dolci
R. Flores (Museo Nacional de Arte)

Closing:
Bouguereau (Petit Palais, Paris)
Murillo (Dulwich Picture Gallery)
Murillo (National Gallery); Released under CC BY 3.0 by Sailko ( File:Murillo, trinità celeste e terrestre, 1675-82 ca.jpg - Wikimedia Commons ); cropped, levels adjusted