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Výmola Organ 1760 Doubravnik
270 CZK  CD
8595017422621
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Cabanilles, Frescobaldi, Kerll, Krieger, Muffat, Pachelbel, Rossi..
Výmola Organ 1760 Doubravnik

Jaroslav Tůma, organ

Solum Car.L.Men
290 CZK  CD
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Jaroslav Tůma
Solum Car.L.Men

Songs from the Polish evangelical songbook - Hommage to Carl Maria von Weber 
Jaroslav Tůma - organ improvisation 
?organ by Schlag und Söhne, Pokoj (Poland)

Secret History
399 CZK  CD
028948114634
John Potter
Secret History

John Potter: voice; Anna Maria Friman: voice; Ariel Abramovich, Jacob Heringman: alto, tenor and bass vihuelas: Lee Santana: alto and tenor vihuelas; Hille Perl: viola da gamba

Tangere
399 CZK  CD
028947636526
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Tangere

Alexei Lubimov: tangent piano

De profundis
290 CZK  CD / DVD
8595017422324
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Sára Medková
De profundis

Johann Sebastian Bach, Vít Zouhar, Ivo Medek/ Sára Medková, Frederic Rzewski

Sára Medková: piano, voice

Complete Works for Ensemble and Choir
799 CZK  3CD
028948128839
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György Kurtág
Complete Works for Ensemble and Choir

Natalia Zagorinskaya: soprano; Gerrie de Vries: mezzo-soprano; Yves Saelens: tenor; Harry van der Kamp: bass

Jean-Guiten Queyras: violoncello; Elliott Simpson: guitar; Tamara Stefanovich: piano; Csaba Király: pianino, spoken word

Asko/Schönberg Ensemble, Netherlands Radio Choir, Reinbert de Leeuw, conductor

El Cuchi Bien Temperado
239 CZK  CD
602548109722
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Gustavo Leguizamón
El Cuchi Bien Temperado

Pablo Márquez: guitar

Requiem
399 CZK  CD
028948141012
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Tigran Mansurian
Requiem

RIAS Kammerchor & Münchener Kammerorchester
directed by Alexander Liebreich

Tigran Mansurian has created a Requiem dedicated to the memory of the victims of the Armenian Genocide that occurred in Turkey from 1915 to 1917. Co-commissioned by the Munich Chamber Orchestra and the RIAS Choir Berlin, Mansurian’s Requiem reconciles the sound and sensibility of his country’s traditions with those of Western practices, the combination of ancient Armenian religious and secular music with the Latin Requiem text “giving rise to something unexpected,” the composer says. This is profoundly moving contemporary composition, illuminated by the “glow of Armenian modality,” as Paul Griffiths puts it in his booklet essay. The work is a milestone for Mansurian, widely acknowledged as Armenia’s greatest composer. The Los Angeles Times has described his music as that “in which deep cultural pain is quieted through an eerily calm, heart-wrenching beauty.”

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