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Music from 18th Centrury Prague

A. Vivaldi, J. D. Zelenka, A. Reichenauer

Concertos and ouvertures by Antonin Reichenauer faced with works of Antonio Vivaldi
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Unlike the copiously preserved sacred music, instrumental works by Czech composers in the Prague of the first third of the 18th century are as scarce as hen’s teeth. The twenty or so instrumental pieces by Antonín Reichenauer are among the most significant.
Many contemporary musicians would find these concertos extremely difficult. This, however, is certainly not the case of the “wizard” Sergio Azzolini and  Xenia Löffler who also published recording with the same programme. Together with Collegium 1704, they perform Reichenauer’s concertos with a vivacity and energy this music requires.


Jan Dismas Zelenka
Ouverture a 7 concertanti in F ZWV 188

Antonin Reichenauer
Concerto for oboe in B

Antonio Vivaldi
Concerto for bassoon in g RV 495

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Antonio Vivaldi
L´Estro armonico op. 3, Concerto n°10 in b RV 580

Antonin Reichenauer
Concerto for bassoon, strings & basso continuo in D

Antonio Vivaldi
Concerto for oboe in a RV 461

 

Collegium 1704

strings: 4 – 3 – 2 – 2 – 1
2nd oboe, (2nd bassoon), theorba, harpsichord

Total: 18 (incl. conductor) + manager = 19 Pers.

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