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JAN DISMAS ZELENKA: MISSA SANCTISSIMA TRINITATIS, ZWV 17
Kožená, Hlavenková, Sporka, Předota, Pospíšil, Štryncl, Musica Florea

 

DMK0017   [8594003441721]   released 1994

samples:  Kyrie eleison   Christe eleison   Cum sancto Spiritu II

KYRIE                    
[1]    Kyrie eleison I (Coro)           1:27           
[2]    Christe eleison (Aria, Alto solo)           4:11           
[3]    Kyrie eleison II (Coro - Fuga)           2:36            
GLORIA                    
[4]    Gloria in excelsis Deo (Coro e soli SATB)           5:46            
[5]    Qui tollis peccata mundi (Coro)           3:02            
[6]    Quoniam tu solus Sanctus (Aria, Soprano solo)           4:36            
[7]    Cum sancto Spiritu I (Coro)           0:26            
[8]    Cum sancto Spiritu II (Coro - Fuga)           2:05          
CREDO                  
[9]    Credo in unum Deum (Coro e soli SATB)           5:07           
[10]    Et incarnatus est (Coro)           1:49            
[11]    Et resurrexit (Coro e solo Tenore)           3:40            
[12]    Et unam sanctam...Ecclesiam (Soli - SAT)           1:38            
[13]    Et vitam venturi saeculi (Coro - Fuga)           3:27            
SANCTUS                     
[14]    Sanctus (Coro)           1:49            
[15]    Benedictus (Aria, Soprano solo)           5:33          
[16]    Osanna in excelsis (Coro)           0:27          
AGNUS DEI                     
[17]    Agnus Dei I (Soli: Tenore e Basso)           4:05            
[18]    Agnus Dei II (Coro)           0:44            
[19]    Dona nobis pacem (Coro - Fuga)           2:35                     

Musica Florea, conducted by Marek Štryncl 

soprano: Anna Hlavenková (solo 4,6,9,12,15), Magda Černá, Leona Pelešková, Markéta Jáchymovská 
alto: Magdalena Kožená (solo 2,4), Markéta Cukrová, Jana Lewitová 
tenor: Richard Sporka (solo 4,11), Stanislav Předota (solo 12,17), Lubomír Moravec (counter tenor, solo 12) 
Bass: Michael Pospíšil (solo 9,17), Radim Vondráček, František Kuncl 

Marek Špelina (2,6,15) - flute, Gerhard Kowalewski, copy, Jacob Denner 1715 
Václav Kapsa (2,6,15) - flute, Gerhard Kowalewski, copy Godefroid Adrien Rottenburgh 1760 
Jean Marc Philippe (1-11,13-19) - barogue oboe, Olivier Cottet after Thomas Stanesby 1720 
Matthias Haase (1,3-5,7-11,13,14,16,18,19) - baroque oboe, Peter Deont 1901, after Öberlender 
Christian Leitherer (17) - chalumeau, G. Wolf, 1992, after Denner cca. 1700 
Juraj Korec (1,3-11,13-16,18,19) - baroque bassoon, anonymous author, Germany cca. 1750 
Dagmar Valentová - barogue violin, Georg Hopf, 1783 
Jiřina Doubravská - baroque violin, Franz Kastl, 1766 
Martin Kalista - baroque violin, Johann Udarlicus Eberle, 1767 
Simona Pešková - baroque violin, anonymous author, Italy cca. 1750 
Lenka Hessová - baroque violin, anonymous author, Germany cca. 1750 
Lenka Zelbová - baroque violin, Joseph Helmer 1756 
Lýdie Cillerová - baroque viola, anonymous author, Tyrol cca. 1750 
Marie Slavíčková - baroque viola, anonymous author, Germany, cca. 1810 
Pavel Řezáč (1-11,13-19) - baroque cello, Tyrol, 1750 
Jan Doskočil (1-11,13-16,18,19) - baroque double bass, Josef Rauch 1789 
Přemysl Vacek (1-3,5-19) - archlute: Jiří Čepelák 1990, Italian type, 17th cent. 
Přemysl Vacek (4) - theorbo: Jiří Čepelák 1992, after Matteo Buechenberg 1614 
Robert Hugo (1-17,19) - chamber organ: Daniel Přib 1992 from 18th cent. model  

World premiere recording.

The Czech Baroque composer Jan Dismas Zelenka spent most of his creative lifetime in the city so famous as a music center in the half of the 18th century – in Dresden.During this period Zelenka not only directed all of the sacred music but was responsible for its composition s well. 
Missa Sanctissimae Trinitatis was completed in 1736 as the first of five High Mass compositions he wrote in the last ten years of his live.

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