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ROSETTI,A.: Bohemian Mutineer [Pratum Integrum Orchestra] (SACD)

SKLADEM

 

Dostupnost: SKLADEM v eshopu
Číslo produktu: CM0012005
Vydavatel: Caro Mitis
Format / Balení: 1SACD
EAN kód: 4607062130186
Naše cena bez DPH: 330 Kč (13 EUR)
Naše cena s DPH (21 %):
399 Kč (16 EUR)

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Vydavatel: Caro Mitis

Antonio Rosetti
Bohemian Mutineer
PRATUM INTEGRUM ORCHESTRA




Symphony in D major (Murray A 21)







1
 
Largo. Allegro assai
[7:39]






2
 
Andante scherzante
[6:22]
 


3
 
Menuetto fresco
[3:43]
 


4
 
Allegro moderato
[5:24]
 


 
 
 
 
 






Concerto for Horn and Orchestra in D minor (Murray C 38)



5
 

Allegro molto

[9:38]






6
 
Adagio
[5:27]
 


7
 
Rondo. Allegro
[5:12]
 


 
 
 
 
 



Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D minor (Murray C 9)






8
 

Allegro meastoso

[9:05]
 


9
 
Adagio
[6:26]






10
 
Rondo. Moderato
[5:56]
 


 
 
 
 
 






Symphony in G minor (Murray A 42)






11
 
Vivace
[6:45]






12
 
Menuetto fresco
[2:31]
 


13
 
Andante ma Allegretto
[3:41]
 


14
 
Capriccio. Allegretto scherzante
[2:47]
 


 
 
 
 
 


 
 
Tracks 8-10 are the World Premiere Recordings, tracks 1-4 are World Premiere Recordings on period instruments







 
Pratum Integrum Orchestra
Sergei Filchenko 1st violin (1 – 14)
J. Stainer “In Abssam prope Oenipontum”, Austria, 1678
Helen MacDougall solo natural horn (5 – 7)
Courtois Frere, Paris, ca. 1820
Dmitry Sinkovsky solo violin (8 – 10), 2nd violin (1–7; 11 – 14)
J.B. Schweizer, Germany, the first half of the XIX century
Marina Katarzhnova 1st violin (1 – 14)
L. Kerchenko, Moscow, 1996 / after A. Stradivari, 1707
Alexander Dogadaev 1st violin (1 – 14)
anonym, Germany, XIX century
Dmitry Lepekhov 1st violin (1 – 7; 11 – 14), 2nd violin (8 – 10)
anonym, XVIII century
Elena Davydova 2nd violin (1 – 10; 13 – 14)
K. Grimm, Berlin, Germany, 1841
Pavel Filchenko 2nd violin (11 – 12)
anonym, late XVIII century
Ivan Titov 2nd violin (1 – 14)
J. Stainer “In Abssam prope Oenipontum”, Austria, 1679 (?)
Juri Vdovitchenko viola (1 – 14)
anonym, Tirol, 1792
Sergei Tischenko viola (1 – 14)
T. Podgornyi, Moscow, 1956 / after A. Stradivari, Italy, early 1700s
Pavel Serbin cello (1 – 14)
F. Pillement, Mirecourt, France, 1795 / restored by A. Meyer, Metz, France, 1999
Alexander Gulin cello (1 – 14)
E. Meinel Meisterwerkstatten Musima, Germany, 1970s / after A. Stradivari, XVIII century
Michael Khokhlov double bass (1 – 14)
anonym, Germany, 1840s
Ekaterina Driazzhina transverse flute (1 – 4; 11 – 14)
J. De Winne, Geraardsbergen, Belgium, 1999 / after H. Grenser, 1795
Philipp Nodel oboe (1 – 14)
M. & F. Ponseele , Damme, Belgium / after J.F. Grundmann, ca. 1775
Svetlana Usacheva oboe (1 – 14)
M. & F. Ponseele , Damme, Belgium / after J.F. Grundmann, ca. 1775
Alexander Kolomiets bassoon (1 – 14)
Ph. Levin & L. Ross, NY, 1990s / after Buhner & Keller, late XVIII century
Sergei Kryukovtsev natural horn (1 – 14)
Patterson Hornworks, USA, 2002 / after A. Cortois, Paris, France, 1841
Alexander Andrusik natural horn (1 – 14)
Patterson Hornworks, USA, 2002 / after A. Cortois, Paris, France, 1841
Anna Karpenko pianoforte (1 – 14)
J.C. Neupert GmbH & Co, Bamberg-Nurnberg, Germany, 1979 / after J.A. Stein, Germany, 1788
Artistic Director - Pavel Serbin
Concertmaster - Sergei Filchenko