French violinist and composer, Jean-Joseph Cassanéa de Mondonville (1711-1772) was a young contemporary of Rameau. De Mondonville was successful in his day, Dominues Regnavit being no exception.
Best known for his Operas and Sacred music, De Mondonville's compositions won the composer the post of Master of the Music of the Royal Chapel. Dominus Regnavit was composed in 1935 and is a Large Motet based on Psalm 92. With a typical performance lasting about 23 minutes, de Mondonville's Dominus Regnavit for choir is a sublime addition to the repertoire.