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Zelenka / Tůma

J. D. Zelenka:
Sanctus et Agnus Dei, ZWV 34 & 36
F. I. A. Tůma: Stabat Mater
350 Kč

František Ignác Antonín Tůma(1704–1774)
Stabat Mater in g minor

Jan Dismas Zelenka(1679–1745)
Sanctus et Agnus Dei ex Missa Nigra sum ZWV 34*, Sanctus et Agnus Dei a 6 ZWV 36*, Sub tuum praesidium I–III ZWV 157 

Johann Georg Orschler(1698–1767/70)
Sonata in F for 2 violins and b.c.


Hana Blažíková soprano
Kamila Mazalová alt
Marta Fadljevičová alt
Václav Čížek tenor
Čeněk Svoboda tenor
Tomáš Král bass
Jaromír Nosek bass

violin 1 Helena Zemanová
violin 2 Jana Chytilová
double bass David Sinclair
violoncello Libor Mašek
organ Pablo Kornfeld
organ Václav Luks
theorbo Jan Krejča


An inherent, characteristic feature of the musical language of Zelenka and Tůma, the two most distinguished Czech Baroque composers, is perfectly mastered counterpoint, which alongside progressive trends in Baroque continued to live as a stile antico. Zelenka, Tůma, as well as their currently virtually unknown contemporary J. G. Orschler, studied in Vienna with the Imperial Kapellmeister Johann Joseph Fux (1660-1741). All three had strong Prague links and although they mainly gained recognition beyond the Czech lands, their music was performed and highly valued in Prague too. Zelenka’s stile antico pieces represent a little-known yet interesting part of his oeuvre. Tůma’s Stabat Mater is a masterpiece bearing witness to the transformation of the “old craft” into a new pre-Classicist style.

The recording, made by the internationally renowned Collegium 1704 ensemble, includes several modern-time premieres providing us with a fascinating view of the little-known works by the three Czech Baroque masters!

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