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Allegro - Jan Dismas Zelenka, Collegium 1704 - Sonatas ZWV 181 (CD, Album)

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  1. Buy Zelenka: Trio Sonatas ZWV by Paul Dombrecht, Marcel Ponseele, Chiara Banchini, Robert Kohnen, Zelenka,. from Amazon's Classical Music Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on 4/5(1).
  2. Jan Dismas Zelenka: Collegium , Collegium Vocale , Václav Luks - Officium Defunctorum ZWV 47 / Requiem In D ZWV 46 ‎ (2xCD, Album, Dig) Accent ACC
  3. František Ignác Antonín Tůma () - Stabat Mater in G minor Jan Dismas Zelenka () - Sanctus et Agnus Dei ex Missa, "Nigra sum", ZWV 34*, Sanctus et Agnus Dei? 6, ZWV 36*, Sub tuum praesidium I-III, ZWV Johann Georg Orschler (/70) - Sonata in F minor for 2 violins and b.c.* Collegium , conductor: Václav Luks.
  4. The collection of six sonatas by Jan Dismas Zelenka is composed- with the exception of the third sonata that includes the violin- for a pair of oboes, bassoon.
  5. El presente CD recoge la integral de las seis sonatas catalogadas como ZWV y escritas para conjunto de dos oboés - solo en la sonata nº3 se sustituye uno de los oboés por un violín-, un fagot y dos bajos obligados -aquí al concurso de un contrabajo (Zelenka era un contrabajista en la corte del Elector y Rey de Sajonia) se une un clave y el colorido de un laúd/5(3).
  6. These ensemble sonatas, designated as being for "2 oboi (violino) e 2 bassi obbligati," were among the first works by the Czech composer Jan Dismas Zelenka to reach Western audiences, having been rediscovered by oboist Heinz Holliger in the s. Still, they are not common works, and this new version by the Czech-based (although in this chamber recording, thoroughly international) early music Price: $
  7. May 04,  · A photo-tour through the recording sessions in march and july during the CD-recording of the six Sonatas ZWV by Jan Dismas Zelenka. Collegium .
  8. The collection of six sonatas by Jan Dismas Zelenka is composed- with the exception of the third sonata that includes the violin- for a pair of oboes, bassoon, and basso continuo. In the context of Baroque chamber music, this represents a true rarity. Here, Zelenka elevates the sonata da camera to a genre of enormous technical difficulty for the performers, making great demands especially on.

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