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Sorrowful Mysteries - Rosary with Sacred Art - Music: Debussy.

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

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Music
Rêverie: David Hernando Vitores (Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0, commons.wikimedia.org/…o_-_David_Hernando_Vitores.ogg )
La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin: Patrizia Prati (Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0, commons.wikimedia.org/…x_de_lin)_-_Patrizia_Prati.ogg )
Arabesque No. 1: Patrizia Prati (Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0, commons.wikimedia.org/…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 J. Paul Getty Museum, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Works shown:

Caravaggio (Vatican Pinacoteca)
El Greco (Prado)
Sassoferrato
Bouguereau (Art Gallery of South Australia)
Dolci (Statens Mus. for Kunst)
Dürer (KHM, Vienna)

Agony:
Bloch (Frederiksborg Castle)
Mantegna (Musée des Beaux-Arts de Tours)
Guercino
Vasari (Mus. of Western Art)
Hofmann (Riverside Church)
Overbeck (Kunsthalle Hamburg)
M. de la Roca y Delgado (Prado)
Coypel
van Honthorst (Hermitage)
Tiepolo (Kunsthalle Hamburg)
Caravaggio (National Gallery, Ireland)
De Grebber (Mus. Catharijneconvent)
Dolci (Statens Museum for Kunst)

Scourging:
Caravaggio (Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen)
Guercino (Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica)
Mengs (Royal Palace of Madrid)
L. Carracci (Musée de la Chartreuse de Douai)
Bouguereau (Cathédrale Saint-Louis de la Rochelle)
Assereto (Hermitage)
N. Grassi (Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest)
Attributed to Jacques Blanchard (Minneapolis Institute of Art)
Antonio Vassilacchi (Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Venice)
Titian (Galleria Borghese, Rome)
Velázquez (National Gallery, London)
Reni (Chiesa della Trinità dei Pellegrini, Rome)
da Messina (Louvre)

Crowning:
van Honthorst (LACMA)
van Dyck (Prado)
Caravaggio (KHM, Vienna)
de Boulogne
Stom
Murillo
van Baburen (Mus. Catharijneconvent)
Bloch
Titian (KHM, Vienna)
Rubens (Hermitage)
Ciseri (Museo Cantonale d'Arte)
Circle of Antonio del Castillo (Museo de Bellas Artes de Córdoba)
Reni (Detroit Institute of Arts)

Carrying:
Raphael (Prado)
Tintoretto (Scuola Grande di San Rocco)
El Greco (Met)
D. Teniers the Elder
Murillo (Phila. Mus. of Art)
Garofalo (Hermitage)
Titian (Prado)
Rubens (Rijksmuseum)
Tiepolo (Gemäldegalerie)
Romanino
Mengs (Royal Palace of Madrid)
Botticelli and workshop (Courtauld Institute of Art)
Frangipane (Carmen Thyssen Mus.)

Crucifixion:
Tintoretto (Scuola Grande di San Rocco)
Rubens (Cathedral of Our Lady, Antwerp)
Murillo (Met)
Metsu (Capitoline Mus.)
Velazquez (Prado)
Vereshchagin
Bonnat (Petit Palais)
Bloch (Frederiksborg Castle)
Rubens (Getty Mus.)
van Dyck (Royal MFA, Antwerp)
Caravaggio (Vatican Pinacoteca)
Giaquinto (Minneapolis Institute of Art)
F. Camilo (San Jerónimo el Real)

Closing:
Bouguereau
Murillo (Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla)
El Greco (Prado)