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Heinrich Kaminski’s work is rich in sacred music; it includes psalm settings, sacred choruses and songs and a Magnificat for soprano solo, viola solo, orchestra and small offstage choir. It is the composer’s rendition of Mary’s ecstatic song of praise to the Lord, the viola symbolising her virgin’s soul and the invisible choir representing the angels. The composer said it was “. . .Mary’s hymn of praise, elicited by the shining message of the Annunciation and thus the rejoicing of every soul illuminated by that light.” Kaminski’s Magnificat was frequently performed, sometimes paired with Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, until the Nazis banned his works.