This album has received following awards: IRR Outstanding, International Record Review, December 2009 (2011)

  • SU40392 Katalognummer
  • 099925403928 EAN
  • 1CD Format
  • 2010 Utgivelsesĺr

This album has received following awards: IRR Outstanding, International Record Review, December 2009 (2011)
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Artist
Collegium Marianum | Semerádová, Jana

Dirigent
Semerádová, Jana

Medvirkende
Azzolini, Sergio (baroque bassoon) | Katarzhnova, Marina (violin) | Semerádová, Jana (flauto traverso)

Komponist
Jiranek, František

Ensemble
Collegium Marianum

Sjanger
Orkester

Plateselskap
Supraphon

Verk

František Jiránek

Concerto for Bassoon, Strings and Basso continuo in G minor
1.         Adagio - Un poco allegro - Adagio - Allegro     05:21
2.         Adagio     04:14
3.         Vivace     03:59

Concerto for Flute, Strings and Basso continuo in G major
4.         Allegro moderato     03:48
5.         Adagio     03:48
6.         Allegro     03:29

Sinfonia in D major
7.         Allegro     02:43
8.         Andante     03:08
9.         Allegro     01:50

Concerto for Bassoon, Strings and Basso continuo in F major
10.         Allegro non molto     03:51
11.         Adagio     02:18
12.         Allegro     03:39

Concerto for Violin, Strings and Basso continuo in D minor
13.         Allegro non molto     06:07
14.         Grave     03:50
15.         Allegro     06:04

Sinfonia in F major
16.         Allegro assai     02:28
17.         Andante     03:46
18.         Allegro     02:25

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Produktbeskrivelse

Ever newer chapters from the history of the bountiful musical life of Baroque Prague are still being discovered today. Until recently, František Jiránek, a composer and violinist of the Prague-based Count Morzin's chapel, had only been known to a select few. Now, for the first time, all lovers of old music are afforded the opportunity to listen to an exquisite collection of his virtuoso concertos. At first hearing, we can recognise inspiration by Vivaldi (combined with distinct elements of Czech musicality) - after all, Jiránek was sent by his employer to study in Venice, where most likely Antonio Vivaldi himself, at the time Morzin's "maestro di musica in Italia", was his teacher. Later on, Jiránek worked in Dresden, where his further creation was gradually formed by the Galant style and the ascending Classicism. The world premiere of Jiránek's virtuoso concertos has been undertaken by superlative soloists headed by the "wizard" bassoonist Sergio Azzolini. With full engagement, together with Collegium Marianum under the flautist Jana Semerádová, they have breathed new life into Jiránek, which this rediscovered composer sorichly deserves.


Virtuoso concertos by Antonio Vivaldi's Czech pupil revived in the 21st century

Reviews

    “After the thoroughly professional and exploratory earlier volumes of the ‚Music from 'Eighteenth-Century Prague‘ series, I expected this to be a worthwhile recording; but the music of the hitherto obscure Jiránek exceeded all expectations.“
    International Record Review, May 2011


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