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    I'm hoping that someone out there saw the Bernini episode of The Power of Art (BBC). During the final sequence, while the narator was discussing the Ecstacy of Saint Theresa, there was the most beautfil operatic tune? Please, please, please can someone identify it for me? I'd be forever grateful.

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    Sorry about bumping this old thread up, but I thought it would be beneficial to answer this since it ranks high on Google search.

    The music in question is Vivaldi's Introduzione al Miserere "Filiae Maestae Jerusalem" in c minor, RV 638: II. Sileant Zephyri

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    Why does this have 1000 views and only two replies?

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    Because nobody knew who Bernini was and nobody recognized the musical piece in question.

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    Default the music on The Power of Art Bernini Miserere "Filiae Maestae Jerusalem" (part II) -

    Quote Originally Posted by pahinton View Post
    I'm hoping that someone out there saw the Bernini episode of The Power of Art (BBC). During the final sequence, while the narator was discussing the Ecstacy of Saint Theresa, there was the most beautfil operatic tune? Please, please, please can someone identify it for me? I'd be forever grateful.
    The power of art Bernini

    Miserere "Filiae Maestae Jerusalem" (part II) - Antonio Vivaldi

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    Quote Originally Posted by HerlockSholmes View Post
    Why does this have 1000 views and only two replies?
    Because frankly I don't give a damn about threads that don't have a direct link.
    This was covered before.

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