• SU41122 Katalognummer
  • 099925411220 EAN
  • 2CD Format
  • 2012 Utgivelsesr
  • P lager Tilgjengelighet

Collegium Marianum | Semeradova, Jana

Semeradova, Jana

Azzolini, Sergio (bassoon) | Torgersen, Lenka (violin) | Zemanova, Helena (violin)

Reichenauer, Antonin | Fasch, Johann Friedrich | Jirnek, Frantisek | Postel, Christian Gottlieb | Orschler, Johan Georg

Collegium Marianum




Reichenauer, Antonin: Quartet in G minor for Violin, Cello, Bassoon and Basso continuo, Rk 18

Fasch, Johann Friedrich: Quartet in D major for Flute, Violin, Bassoon and Basso continuo (FaWV N:D1)

Jiránek, Frantisek: Trio sonata in B flat major for Two Violins and Basso continuo, Jk 27

Postel, Christian Gottlieb: Trio sonata in A major for Two Violins and Basso continuo

Fasch, Johann Friedrich: Concerto in C major for Flute, Violin, Bassoon and Basso continuo (FaWV L:C3)

Orschler, Johan Georg: Trio in F minor for Two Violins and Basso continuo

Velg antall  


Recorded in the Church of Our Lady, Queen of Angels in Prague, July 2012 (CD1), June 2003 and September 2005 (CD2).

Whereas Vivaldi needs no introduction whatsoever and other names (Caldara, Fasch, Tůma) are familiar to lovers of Baroque music, even specialists have only been getting to know the remarkable oeuvres of Reichenauer and Jiránek over the past few years, owing in large part to Supraphon’s Music From Eighteenth-Century Prague series.
Prague is that which all these composers had in common; for some of them the city represented a significant part of their career, for others a short episode or merely a way station. The Czech capital was a melting pot in which Dresden, Vienna, Naples and Venice came together and the influences of all the major European musical centres were recast. In aristocrats’ exquisite palaces, and to the delight of their masters, these superlative artists performed their own chamber music, whose originality and splendour we can rediscover today. The CD blends the refinement and spontaneous musicality of the renowned Collegium Marianum with the Italian vivacity of their special guest, the phenomenal bassoonist Sergio Azzolini.
The splendour and refinement of the music that resounded in Prague Baroque palaces.


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