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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 

 Piano Concertos
549 CZK  2CD
028948557707
Johannes Brahms
Piano Concertos

András Schiff, piano
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Coda - Orchestra Suites
399 CZK  CD
602507349516
Michael Mantler
Coda - Orchestra Suites

Michael Mantler: trumpet; Bjarne Roupé: guitar; Maximilian Kanzler: vibraphone, marimba; David Helbock: piano Leo Eibensteiner: flute; Peter Tavernaro: oboe; David Lehner; clarinet; Fabian Rucker: bass clarinet; Christoph Walder: french horn; Daniel Riegler: trombone;Simon Teurezbacher: tuba; Joanna Lewis, Ulrike Greuter, Diane Pascal, Tomas Novak, Simon Frick, Maximilian Bratt, Magdalena Zenz, Emily Stewart: violins; Simon Schellnegger, Anna Magdalena Siakala, Daniel Moser, Tamara Stajner: violas; Asja Valcic, Arne Kircher: cellos; Tibor Kövesdi, Philipp Kienberger: basses. Christoph Cech: conductor

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. 

Versi santi
290 CZK  CD
8595017426421
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Josef Vejvoda
Versi santi

Barbora De Nunes-Cambraia – mezzo-soprano
Karel Untermüller – viola
Martin Kos – violin
Vilém Veverka – oboe
Suk Chamber Orchestra

Prism III
399 CZK  CD
028948554171
Beethoven, Bartók, Bach
Prism III

Danish String Quartet - Frederik Øklund: violin; Rune Tonsgaard Sørensen: violin; Asbjørn Nørgaard: viola; Fredrik Schøyen Sjölin: violoncello

Johann Sebastian Bach: Fugue in c-sharp minor
Ludwig van Beethoven: String Quartet no.14
Béla Bartók: String Quartet No.1

Momo Kodama, Seiji Ozawa
399 CZK  CD
028948554133
Hosokawa, Mozart
Momo Kodama, Seiji Ozawa

Momo Kodama: piano
Mito Chamber Orchestra
Seiji Ozawa, conductor

T.Hosokawa: Lotus under the moonlight
W.A.Mozart: Concerto. No 23 in A Major
 

Hallgató
399 CZK  CD
602435193953
Ferenc Snétberger & Keller Quartett
Hallgató

Ferenc Snétberger: guitar

Keller Quartett – András Keller, Zsófia Környei: violins; Gábor Homoki: viola; László Fenyö: cello

Gyula Lázár: double bass

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