Vivaldi, “Qui sedes ad dexteram Patrtis”
from his Gloria, RV 588
Sometimes I think that Vivaldi does not get as much credit as he deserves.
Which is to say that everyone knows The Four Seasons — one hears it in advertising — but many of the choral works, such as this one (the lesser known of three Glorias known to have been composed by Vivaldi in his lifetime), are not preformed or heard that often.
This performance is by the Budapest Madrigal Choir under the direction of Ferenc Szekeres.
— posted by Roger W. Smith