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The Silberbauer Organ in Vranov nad Dyjí
290 CZK  CD
8595017427121
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Málková Kateřina
The Silberbauer Organ in Vranov nad Dyjí

Georg Muffat, Johann Pachelbel, Josef Seger, Johann Jacob Froberger, Philip Glass

Kateřina Málková - organ by Josef Silberbauer, 1778 

Symphony D major No. 6, Suite A major
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290 CZK CD
8595017426520
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Antonín Dvořák
Symphony D major No. 6, Suite A major

Marek Štryncl & Musica Florea
Live recording

Missa in a
290 CZK  CD
8595017427220
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Antonín Brossmann
Missa in a

Czech Ensemble Baroque, Roman Válek conductor

Pavla Radostová soprano, Romana Kružíková soprano, Lucie Netušilová Karafiátová alto, Matej Benda contra-tenor, Jakub Kubín tenor, Jiří Miroslav Procházka bass
 

Jako paprsek slunečního svitu...
290 CZK  CD
8595017426629
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Richard Šeda
Jako paprsek slunečního svitu...

(It is like a gleaming ray of sunshine...)
Virtuoso Music of the 16th & 17th century for Cornetto

Richard Šeda  cornetto 
CAPELLA ORNAMENTATA : Jakub Michl - viola da gamba; Marek Kubát - theorbo, Baroque guitar; Jiřina Dvořáková Marešová - chamber organ, regal; Marek Čermák - chamber organ

To Bethlehem I’d Gladly Go
290 CZK  CD
8595017426926
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Jaroslav Tůma
To Bethlehem I’d Gladly Go

A cycle of Christmas carols for organ solo
 

Stabat Mater
290 CZK  CD
8595017427022
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Antonín Dvořák
Stabat Mater

Marek Štryncl, conductor
Musica Florea, orchestra
Collegium Floreum, choir

Historical Organ in Bochov, West Bohemia
290 CZK  CD
8595017426322
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Michaela Káčerková
Historical Organ in Bochov, West Bohemia

Georg Muffat, Johann Caspar Kerll, Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer, Johann Sebastian Bach, Johann Jacob Froberger 

Michaela Káčerková - organ by Johann Georg Ignatz Schmidt, 1780 

The music and singing in the Archdiocesan Seminary in Prague
299 CZK  2CD
8595017426223
The music and singing in the Archdiocesan Seminary in Prague

CD I The Archdiocesan Seminary in Prague is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the renewal of its activities in Dejvice and the reunion of the Theological Faculty with Prague’s Charles University. This edition of recordings from 1996 and from the present documents the life of seminarians preparing themselves for service in the five Czech dioceses. In the 21st century, the Lord is still approaching young men and calling them to follow him and to serve his kingdom. The music and the singing of the seminary students gives insight into how they are trained—perhaps more effectively than many words of commentary.

CD II contains mostly sacred music ranging from Gregorian plainchant to works by modern composers. You will encounter various musical forms: the concerto, sonata, aria, song, and fugue; there is singing of psalms, motets, and even a love song, and there is also dance music. The recording is therefore a sample of the music that can be heard at the Archdiocesan Seminary in Prague. 

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