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Transeamus
399 CZK  CD
028948111060
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Hilliard Ensemble
Transeamus

David James: countertenor
Rogers Covey-Crump: tenor
Steven Harrold: tenor
Gordon Jones: baritone

English Mediaeval Carols and Motets

Dances And Canons
399 CZK  CD
028948109630
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Kate Moore
Dances And Canons

Saskia Lankhoorn: piano 

Music for piano and string quartet
399 CZK  CD
028948109883
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Konstantia Gourzi
Music for piano and string quartet

Lorenda Ramou piano

Ensemble Coriolis
Heather Cottrell: violin
Susanna Pietsch: violin
Klaus-Peter Werani: viola
Hanno Simons: violoncello 

Rožmberská kapela
Angelica belta

Štěpán Kaniak: fiddle, plucked string and wind instruments
Pavel Polášek: wind instruments, santur
Mario Mesany: wind instruments, hurdy-gurdy, bagpipes, artistic leader
Štěpán Mesany: wind instruments, organetto
Erika Reitschmiedová: harp, plucked string instruments
Libor Žídek: voice, percussion

guests – Šárka Langerová: voice, Ondřej Sokol: sackbut, Richard Šeda: cornett, Jan Linhart: percussion & children’s choir

Orgel-büchlein BWV 599-644 [Little Organ Book]
350 CZK  CD
8595017415623
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Johann Sebastian Bach
Orgel-büchlein BWV 599-644 [Little Organ Book]
Jaroslav Tůma - organ, built by Vladimír Šlajch (Borovany 2004) for St Peter church at Bruchsal, Germany
Organ Pieces
350 CZK  CD
8595017414725
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Hindemith, Janáček, Tůma
Organ Pieces
Jaroslav Tůma - Rieger organ from 1931 at the church of St Nicholas, Ludgeřovice (near Ostrava)

Leoš Janáček: Organ solo from Glagolitic Mass
Paul Hindemith:Three sonatas for the organ
Jaroslav Tůma: An Overgrown Path, after Janáček (four improvisations on themes from Janáček´s piano pieces)
Upside Down or Bacchanalistica
350 CZK  CD
8595017414527
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Michael Pospíšil, Ritornello
Upside Down or Bacchanalistica
Ritornello, directed by Michael Pospíšil

What one earth do you mean, ”Bacchanalistica”? No, don’t worry, this isn’t about some cheap vulgar approach to marketing the great Johann Sebastian (although he certainly had a great appetite for food!), or some trendy display of musicological expertise, or a hygienist’s analysis of the drinkability of water from the stream (der Bach = stream in German). Bacchanalia, in the sense of wild and opulent revels took their name from Bacchus, “the patron of feasting and drinking” – yes, when wine flowed in the streams! We might find a certain etymological association with another German word, der Bauch = the belly, which is related to our Czech word “bachor” meaning one of the stomachs of the cow. Bachanti or vaganti, was once the name given to people – mostly students – who wandered from university to university, from town to town and from inn to inn, begging, seducing, and enjoying their food and drink. From the Middle Ages the vagabond pupils and students were an element akin to the homeless of today. But...
Musicus salutaris
290 CZK  CD
8595017414121
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Jan Ignác František Vojta
Musicus salutaris

Anima mea dilecta, Sonata 1 - 3, Threnodia hujus temporis, Parthia amabilis, Arietta cordialis
La Gambetta - on period instruments
World premiere recording

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