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Missa omnium sanctorum
290 CZK  CD
8595056601544
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Jan Dismas Zelenka
Missa omnium sanctorum

Missa Omnium Sanctorum ZWV 21
Christe eleison ZWV 29
Barbara dira effera ZWV 164

Kai Wessel - alto, Gabriela Eibenová - soprano, Jan Kobow - tenor, Tomáš Král - bass, Marián Krejčík - bass

Ensemble Inégal, Prague Baroque Soloists - Adam Viktora, conductor

Missa Paschalis ZWV 7
290 CZK  CD
8595056601582
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Jan Dismas Zelenka
Missa Paschalis ZWV 7

+ Litaniae Omnium Sanctorum ZWV 53


Cyril Auvity - tenor
Marián Krejčík – bass
Gabriela Eibenová – soprano
Terry Wey – alto

Ensemble Inégal & Prague Baroque Soloists
conducted by Adam Viktora

Eight Suites for Piano
549 CZK  2CD
028947641070
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Georg Friedrich Handel
Eight Suites for Piano

Lisa Smirnova: piano

Life with a Harpsichord - Lukšaité-Mrázková, Tůma
390 CZK  2CD
8595017415524
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František Vyhnálek
Life with a Harpsichord - Lukšaité-Mrázková, Tůma
Giedré Lukšaité-Mrázková - harpsichord
Jaroslav Tůma - harpsichord

In connection with the 20th anniversary of František Vyhnálek´s workshop, the Czech leadest harpsichord maker, we are pleased to announce an exceptional 2CD project presenting two famous Czech harpsichordists performing compositions by Byrd, Farnaby, Frescobaldi, Sweelinck, Couperin, Händel, Štěpán and Bach on 6 different instruments.
Bohuslav Matěj Černohorský
Laudetur Jesus Christus - Hipocondria Ensemble
Until historians of music finally elevated him to the status of the Bach of Bohemia, Černohorský had long been widely considered a composer for the organ. Thanks only to painstaking detective work did it become possible in subsequent years to determine the key moments of his life and, at least in part, to answer a question that to this day remains just as intriguing – namely, who exactly was
Bohuslav Matěj Černohorský?
Complete works - World premiere recording on period instruments
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...
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

A Birding We Shall Go!
390 CZK  CD
8595017410826
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Michael Pospíšil, Ritornello
A Birding We Shall Go!
Hunting Songs of Baroque Bohemia
on period instruments
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