Johann Melchior Dreyer (1747-1824): Sinfonie in Es, Sinfonie in F, Messe in Es, Vesperpsalmen, Magnificat. Thurgauer Kammerchor. Thurgauer Barockensemble.

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The library of the Benedictine Convent at Münsterlingen (canton of Thurgau) housed a total of seven of Dreyer's editions. After the Convent closed in 1848, the music lay unnoticed in cupboards. This cultural asset came to light again at the time of a planned church renovation. The hand-written and printed document were handed over in 1970 to the care of the Benedictine Monastery in Disentis.

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