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Antonín Jemelík - Deleted History
190 CZK  CD
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Fišer, Jemelík, Slavický, Sluka
Antonín Jemelík - Deleted History

Luboš Fišer: IV. Piano Sonata    
Luboš Sluka: Sonata per pianoforte     
Klement Slavický: Piano Sonata “Contemplation of Life”    
Antonín Jemelík: Three Melodramas   
Antonín Jemelík / Luboš Sluka: Lullaby for Voice and Piano

Barbora K. Sejáková: piano
Terezie Švarcová: soprano
​Marie Tomášová: narration

Matej Benko Quintet
Time Against Us

Miroslav Hloucal – trumpet, fluegelhorn, Radek Zapadlo – tenor saxophone, Matej Benko – klavír, Tomáš Liška – double-bass, bassguitar, Pavel Zbořil – drums, Miriam Bayle – vocal (guest)

Enrico’s Storytelling, Time Against Us, Birina, Little Explorer, Spacecraft, Early Heat, Periodic Excuses, If You Never Come To Me, Late To Say Sorry, Over The Rainbow

Labyrinth of the Holy Love
290 CZK  CD
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Michna, Tůma
Labyrinth of the Holy Love

new period music inspired by the famous vocal collection by Adam Václav Michna (selection from the Czech Marian Music, 1647) 
composed and performed by Jaroslav Tůma 

organ from Kruh (1627) in the cathedral of St Stephen in Litoměřice

Oboe and Bassoon Works
Pavel Verner - oboe, Michael Verner - bassoon
Czech Chamber Orchestra (directed by Jana Vlachova)
the members of The New Vlach Quartet
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
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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
Courtly Music of the Renaissance
350 CZK  CD
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Rožmberská kapela
Courtly Music of the Renaissance
The Court of Queen Elizabeth at London, The Court of the French King at Paris, Music consorts of the German nobility, Italian courtly music, Music of the Golden Age in Spain, Renaissance music in the Bohemian Lands
Václav Karel Holan Rovenský
Capella regia musicalis - Ritornello
Hollan's hymnal CAPELLA REGIA MUSICALIS (1693/94) is unique in the world, for several important reasons. Its relatively large format (A4) was rarely used anywhere. It was so big that it required a music stand. It was not, however, meant only to remain standing in the church as a counterpart to the liturgical books on the altar; it was intended for use in processions, schools, at table in peoples' homes, and at the bedside (for morning, evening, and wedding songs). Some of the songs seem to have come running in from a small grove, park, garden, or field-path, or, conversely, running back to them. It contains songs for a small Bohemian Ordinary, next to evensongs, songs for the congregation, solo 'arias' for professionals - the acolytes. Some of the songs allow the accompanying organist to 'shine'; others have been furnished much less modestly with parts not just for the organ but for many other instruments as well. No other nation in the world can boast such an accomplishment.
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