• SU40872 Katalognummer
  • 099925408725 EAN
  • 1CD Format
  • 2012 Utgivelsesĺr

Semerádová, Jana (baroque transverse flute)

Torgersen, Lenka (baroque violin) | Cuiller, Bertrand (harpsichord) | Fleková, Hana (cello)

Bach, Johann Sebastian | Kirnberger, Johann Philipp | Quantz, Johann Joachim | Bach Carl Philipp Emanuel | Benda, František




Johann Sebastian Bach
Sonata for Flute and Harpsichord in B minor, BWV 1030
1.         Andante     07:37
2.         Largo e dolce     03:38
3.         Presto     01:34
4.         Allegro     04:19

5.         Fuga canonica in Epidiapente from Musikalisches Opfer, BWV 1079     02:46

6.         Canon perpetuus super thema Regium from Musikalisches Opfer, BWV 1079     01:07

Johann Philipp Kirnberger
Sonata a tre in G minor
7.         Andante     04:23
8.         Allabreve     01:36
9.         Allegro     03:26

Johann Joachim Quantz
10.         Sarabande in G major     04:27

11.         Minuetto in E minor     01:40

12.         Gigue in G minor     02:10

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Duetto for flute and violin in E minor, Wq 140
13.         Andante     01:46
14.         Allegro     03:58
15.         Allegretto     02:45

František Benda
Sonata for flute and basso continuo in E minor, Lee III-57
16.         Largo, ma un poco andante     02:52
17.         Arioso un poco allegro     04:37
18.         Presto     03:32

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Just as France had its Louis XIV, so Germany had Frederick II (1712-1786), whose passionate love of music (to the great annoyance of his father, who wanted him to be a strong monarch andmilitary commander) allowed for the blossoming of many splendid flowers in the Galant style. The desire to learn how to play the flute was awakened in Frederick by his meeting the virtuoso J. J. Quantz. The King surrounded himself with renowned musicians of the time, with his orchestra including the harpsichordist C. Ph. E. Bach, the phenomenal Czech violinist F. Benda and J. Ph.Kirnberger, a pupil of J. S. Bach's. The encounter between Bach and the King of Prussia subsequently gave rise to the famous collection Musikalisches Opfer (Musical Offering). The fame of the spellbinding "Galant style" of the Baroque flautist Jana Semerádová has long since crossed the borders of the Czech lands: Wilbert Hazelzet's pupil has performed to great acclaim at prestigious European festivals as a soloist and with her Collegium Marianum ensemble. Her magical flute invites you to a musical feast at the Potsdam chateau featuring the greatest musicians of the time of King Frederick II.

An invitation to a royal concert at the court of Frederick the Great.


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