Cantate Domino is probably the best known recording of sacred music in the world of audiophile listeners. There should be hardly anyone who does not have any of the various versions of this legendary live recording of concerts in the Oscarskyrhan in Stockholm. Recorded on a Revox A-77 tape machine with only two microphones offer the recordings of 1976, a high level of spatial information and naturalness. One would think that there are no surprises at such a legendary title. However, the present UHD proved us wrong. The most noticeable change is probably the white album cover. Looking for the original version of the LP came Winston Ma of Last Impression Music on the first pressing, on which a church can be seen on a white background. Only for repressing let Proprius chief Jacob Boethius refine the image and give it the classic black look. Even more exciting is the ventilated secret to the size of the choir. Ma heard about the history of the sound engineer Bertil Alving, the same again went to the Oscar Church four days after the actual recording due to his dissatisfaction. Equipped with his recorder and speakers, which he placed on a dais, he heard again and again the chorus and feilte with its machines at the sound until he was satisfied with the result. When Ma now recounted, how many singers actually the choir was, the critics of orders of magnitude between 250 and 400 persons were attributed, he came up with the amazing number: 38 Plus organist, choir and soloist.