Bohemian Classicism

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During the early Classical period, the focus of the European music world shifted. Whereas during the Baroque era Italy, France and Germany – the core...

During the early Classical period, the focus of the European music world shifted. Whereas during the Baroque era Italy, France and Germany – the core areas of the courts of absolutistic rulers – had dictated the rhythm, the strengthening of the bourgeoisie was accompanied by a new music aesthetics that departed from pompous Baroque ideas. Even at Mozart’s time, Prague was considered one of the most important ‘music cities’ in the world. The composers on this album- which include Johann Baptist Vanhal, Frantisek Benda, Leopold Kozeluch, Johann Sobeck, Zdenek Fiich, and Joseph Bohuslav Foerster- also had a share in this development.



Product Description:


  • Release Date: January 18, 2019


  • UPC: 4001790180213


  • Catalog Number: ORF-MP1802


  • Label: ORFEO


  • Number of Discs: 2


  • Period: "Classical"


  • Composer: Frantisek Benda, Johann Baptist Vanhal, Johann Sobeck, Josef Bohuslav Foerster, Leopold Anton Kozeluch, Zdenék Fibich


  • Conductor: Gerd Albrecht, Michael Helmrath, Milan Munclinger, Sylvain Cambreling


  • Orchestra/Ensemble: Ars Rediviva, Consortium Classicum, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Munich Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, Prague Chamber Orchestra, Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra


  • Performer: András Adorján, Dieter Klöcker



Works:


  1. Symphony in G minor, B g1

    Composer: Johann Baptist Vanhal

    Ensemble: Munich Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra

    Conductor: Michael Helmrath


  2. Concerto for Flute and Orchestra in A Minor

    Composer: Frantisek Benda

    Ensemble: Ars Rediviva

    Performer: András Adorján (Flute)

    Conductor: Milan Munclinger


  3. Symphony for Winds in D major

    Composer: Leopold Anton Kozeluch

    Ensemble: Consortium Classicum


  4. Concerto for Flute and Orchestra in A Minor

    Composer: Frantisek Benda

    Ensemble: Ars Rediviva

    Performer: András Adorján (Flute)

    Conductor: Milan Munclinger


  5. Concerto for Clarinet in B major after Beethoven's Concerto for Violin WoO 5

    Composer: Johann Sobeck

    Ensemble: Prague Chamber Orchestra

    Performer: Dieter Klöcker (Clarinet)


  6. Sárka, Op. 51: Overture

    Composer: Zdenék Fibich

    Ensemble: Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra

    Conductor: Sylvain Cambreling


  7. Concerto for Violin no 1 in C minor, Op. 88

    Composer: Josef Bohuslav Foerster

    Ensemble: Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra

    Conductor: Gerd Albrecht


  8. Sárka, Op. 51: Overture

    Composer: Zdenék Fibich

    Ensemble: Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra

    Conductor: Sylvain Cambreling


  9. Symphony no 3 in E minor, Op. 53

    Composer: Zdenék Fibich

    Ensemble: Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

    Conductor: Gerd Albrecht


  10. Sárka, Op. 51: Overture

    Composer: Zdenék Fibich

    Ensemble: Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra

    Conductor: Sylvain Cambreling


  11. Sárka, Op. 51: Overture

    Composer: Zdenék Fibich

    Ensemble: Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra

    Conductor: Sylvain Cambreling


  12. Sárka, Op. 51: Overture

    Composer: Zdenék Fibich

    Ensemble: Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra

    Conductor: Sylvain Cambreling


  13. Sárka, Op. 51: Overture

    Composer: Zdenék Fibich

    Ensemble: Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra

    Conductor: Sylvain Cambreling


  14. Sárka, Op. 51: Overture

    Composer: Zdenék Fibich

    Ensemble: Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra

    Conductor: Sylvain Cambreling


  15. Concerto for Violin no 1 in C minor, Op. 88

    Composer: Josef Bohuslav Foerster

    Ensemble: Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra

    Conductor: Gerd Albrecht


  16. Symphony no 3 in E minor, Op. 53

    Composer: Zdenék Fibich

    Ensemble: Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

    Conductor: Gerd Albrecht