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BACH,J.CH.: Symphonies & Ensembles [Pratum Integrum] (SACD)

SKLADEM

 

Dostupnost: SKLADEM v eshopu
Číslo produktu: CM0022006
Vydavatel: Caro Mitis
Format / Balení: 1SACD
EAN kód: 4607062130353
Naše cena bez DPH: 330 Kč (13 EUR)
Naše cena s DPH (21 %):
399 Kč (16 EUR)

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Popis produktu

Vydavatel: Caro Mitis
Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782)
SYMPHONIES & ENSEMBLES
PRATUM INTEGRUM ORCHESTRA



Sinfonia concertante G-Dur für Oboe, Violine, Viola, Cello und Orchester (C 45; T 286/4)
Sinfonia concertante in G major for oboe, violin, viola, cello and orchestra (C 45; T 286/4)



1
 
Allegro con spirito
[9:55]
 


2
 
Larghetto
[10:07]
 


3
 
Rondo. Allegretto
[5:46]
 


 
 
 
 
 



Quartett G-Dur für Violine, zwei Celli und Klavier, Op.2 (B 66; T 310/9)
Quartet in G major for violin, two cellos and keyboard, op.2 (B 66; T 310/9)






4
 

4 Allegro

[7:51]
 


5
 
5 Rondo. Allegretto
[4:55]
 


 
 
 
 
 






Sextett C-Dur für Oboe, zwei Hörner, Violine, Cello und Klavier, Op.3 (B 78; T 302/1)
Sextet in C major for oboe, two horns, violin, cello and keyboard, op.3 (B 78; T 302/1)






8
 

[Allegro]

[6:07]
 


9
 
Larghetto
[4:42]
 


10
 
Rondo. Allegro
[4:09]
 


 
 
 
 
 






Sinfonie g-Moll, Op.6 Nr.6 (C 16a; T 276/3)
Symphony in G minor, op.6 no.6 (C 16a; T 276/3)






11
 

Allegro

[3:21]
 


12
 
Andante più tosto adagio
[8:00]
 


13
 
Allegro molto
[2:34]
 


 
 
 
 
 


 
 
Tracks 1 – 3 are world premiere recordings







 
PRATUM INTEGRUM ORCHESTRA
SERGEI FILCHENKO solo violin (4 – 5) 1st violin (1 – 3; 9 – 11)
J. Stainer ‘In Abssam prope Oenipontum’, Austria, 1678
MARINA KATARZHNOVA 1st violin (1 – 3; 9 – 11)
L. Kerchenko, Moscow, Russia, 1996 / after A. Stradivari, Italy, 1707
DMITRY LEPEKHOV 1st violin (1 – 3; 9 – 11)
A. Polyanich, Ordzhonikidze, former USSR, 1943 / after A. Stradivary, Italy, 1670s
ALEXANDER DOGADAEV 1st violin (1 – 3; 9 – 11)
Anonym, Germany, 19th century
DMITRY SINKOVSKY solo violin (1 – 3; 6 – 8), 2nd violin (9 – 11)
J.B. Schweizer, Germany, early 19th century
NATALIA KOSSAREVA 2nd violin (1 – 3; 9 – 11)
Anonym, Germany, 1791
IVAN TITOV 2nd violin (1 – 3; 9 – 11)
J. Stainer ‘In Abssam prope Oenipontum’, Austria, ca.1679
BORIS BEGELMAN 2nd violin (1 – 3; 9 – 11)
Maker of the Klotz family, Austria, late 18th century
JURI VDOVITCHENKO viola (1 – 3; 9 – 11)
Anonym, Tirol, 1792
SERGEI TISCHENKO solo viola (1 – 3), viola (9 – 11)
T. Podgornyi, Moscow, Russia, 1956 / after A. Stradivari, Italy, early 1700s
PAVEL SERBIN solo cello (1 – 8)
cello (9 – 11) F. Pillement, Mirecourt, France, 1795 / restored by A. Meyer, Metz, France, 1999
ALEXANDER GULIN solo cello (4 – 5) cello (1 – 3; 9 – 11)
E. Meinel Meisterwerkstatten Musima, Germany, 1970s / after A. Stradivari, 18th century
MICHAEL KHOKHLOV double bass (1 – 3; 9 – 11)
Anonym, Germany, 1840s
PHILIPP NODEL solo oboe (1 – 3), oboe (9, 11)
A. Bernardini, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1995 / after J. F. Grundmann, Dresden, Germany, ca. 1770
SVETLANA USACHEVA solo oboe (6 – 8) oboe (9, 11)
M & F Ponseele, Damme, Belgium, 2004 / after J.F. Grundmann, Dresden, Germany, ca. 1775
OLGA IVUSHEIKOVA transverse flute (1 – 3)
R. Tutz, Innsbruck, Austria, 2002 / after H. Grenser, Germany, 1765
MARINA VOLKOVA transverse flute (1 – 3)
R. Tutz, Innsbruck, Austria, 2002 / after H. Grenser, Germany, 1765
FYODOR YAROVOY solo natural horn (6 – 8) natural horn(1 – 3; 9 – 11)
M. Jiracek & sons, Saratice, Czech Republic, 2005 / Anonym, Bohemia, late 18th century
PHILIPP KOROLKOV solo natural horn (6 – 8)
M. Jiracek & sons, Zahradni, Czech Republic, 2005 / Anonym, Bohemia, late 18th century
ALEXANDER ANDRUSIK natural horn (1 – 3; 9 – 11)
Patterson Hornworks, USA, 2002 / after N. Pechert, Vienna, Austria, ca. 1795
OLGA MARTYNOVA solo pianoforte (4 – 5; 6 – 8)
J.C. Neupert GmbH & Co, Bamberg-Nurnberg, Germany, 1979 / after J.A. Stein, Germany, 1788
ANNA KARPENKO harpsichord (1 – 3; 9 – 11)
Cembalobau Merzdorf, Germany, 1997 / after J. Ruckers, Antwerpen, mid 18 century
Artistic Director - Pavel Serbin
Concertmaster - Sergei Filchenko