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Concert At The Castle
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290 CZK CD
Jiří Stivín
Concert At The Castle

the anniversary concert of Jiří Stivín's 65 at the Prague Castle, October 30, 2007

Jiří Stivín: flutes, saxophones, vocal
František Tomšíček: trumpet, Antonín Gondolán: double-bass, Cyril Zeleňák: drums, Jaroslav Šindler: guitar, Radek Krampl: vibraphone, Rudolf Dašek: guitar, Zdeněk "Wimpy" Tichota: bass guitar, Michal Hejna: drums

Sacred Music
290 CZK  CD
8595056601445
Jan Josef Ignác Brentner
Sacred Music
Rediscovering unjustly forgotten composers and their music is a fine experience and adventure at the same time, and this CD offers music-lovers both. J. J. I. Brentner (1689 - 1742) was one of the most successful Czech composers of his time (measured by the number of compositions published in print). Thanks to missionaries, his music got as far as South America only to lapse into total oblivion after his death for more than a quarter of a millennium. The demands that his beautiful melodies place on performers gives one an idea of how accomplished the instrumentalists and singers of his time must have been. Our CD (world recording premiere) was made using period musical instruments in Baroque surroundings by the group Ensemble Inégal specializing, in particular, in historically enlightened interpretation of 17th- and 18-th century music. Please, accept our invitation to the realm of lovely sounds and joy of discovering the as yet unknown.
Filmy v hlavě
290 CZK  CD
Vladimír Merta
Filmy v hlavě


Flute Sonatas
290 CZK  CD
8595056601452
Jiří Čart
Flute Sonatas
Václav Kunt – flute, Monika Knoblochová – harpsichord, Petr Hejný - cello

The composer is another member of the group of oustanding Czech musicians who were active all over 18th century Europe, who helped to develop a new style of music - classicism - and who later fell into oblivion. A contemporary of J.V.Stamic and F.Benda, Jiří Čart served at the court of Berlin together with F.E.Bach, then as a violinist of the Mannheim orchestra and finally, after Stamic´s death, as its conductor. In his Sonatas for Flute, Čart remains half way between the style of Baroque and coming classicism. This is the first ever recording of the work.
Harp Music
290 CZK  CD
8595016601391
Petr Eben
Harp Music
A complete recording of works for the harp by Petr Eben (1929 - 2007), the best known contemporary Czech composer. The harp is presented here as a solo instrument, as an equal partner to other chamber instruments, and as one assigned the role of accompaniment. The recording was made in 1999 by harpist Kateřina Englichová, holder of many prestigious international awards.

Kateřina Englichová – harp, Jana Tetourová – mezzosoprano
Jaroslav Šaroun – piano, Jan Machat – flute, Radek Hrabě – oboe
Harpsichord in 20th Century
290 CZK  CD
8595016601384
Zuzana Růžičková
Harpsichord in 20th Century
The latest recording by Zuzana Růžičková, a world-acclaimed harpsichordist inseparably associated with J. S. Bach´s music, here introducing 20th century compositions, with which she reaped success during her tour of Japan in 1997. Comprising a number of world premieres, the recording was made in January 1998 on a modern instrument designed to match the character of the works by Viktor Kalabis, Bohuslav Martinů, Jan Rychlík, Peter Miegg, Béla Bartók.
Violin Sonatas, BWV1020-1024, 1031
290 CZK  CD
8595056601438
Johann Sebastian Bach
Violin Sonatas, BWV1020-1024, 1031
Ivan Ženatý – violin, Zuzana Růžičková – harpsichord, Petr Hejný – viola da gamba

This CD of Bach´s less familiar sonatas offers a glimpse into works not only by Bach, the father, but also those by his sons. Though originally ascribed to Johann Sebastian and given BWV catalogue numbers, musicologists today suspect some of them may well have been composed by his sons. However, this measure of doubt about the actual authorship detracts nothing from their sheer musical beauty, enhanced as it is by the virtuoso performance of all the players.
Play Live
290 CZK  CD
8595016601407
Franck, Bloch
Play Live
César Franck´s Sonata in A major and Ernest Bloch´s Schelemo are two salient cello compositions both for their impressive effect on audiences and for the gruelling demands on the interpreters´ virtuoisity. The recording was made live at a galvanizing performance without a single cut, and yet, in terms of interpretation and sound quality, it can stand the strictest comparison with any studio recording. At the age of 24, the cellist Kryštof Lecian made his way into the Cambridge dictionary of world vituosos "How in Music and Musicians".

Kryštof Lecian – cello, Jan Niederle – piano
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