Founded in 1999 by cellist and gamba player Sabrina Lehrmann, Neue Freisinger Hofmusik (New Freising Court Music) view themselves as present-day successors of the prince-bishop court musicians of Freising. The ensemble performs on authentic and reconstructed historical musical instruments in differing combinations. Their focus is music originating from Freising and Southern Germany, and other places central to European culture in the 17th and 18th centuries. This album gives insight into the compositional master of Freising court musician, Placidus von Camerloher. Almost all of these compositions have never before been recorded.