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Prague Madrigalists - Baroque Music album FLAC

  • Performer: Prague Madrigalists
  • Title: Baroque Music
  • Genre: Classical
  • Country: Czech Republic
  • Formats: VQF WMA DXD AA AUD VOC MOD
  • Released: 1993
  • Style: Baroque
  • MP3 album: 1697 mb
  • FLAC album: 1274 mb
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Prague Madrigalists - Baroque Music album FLAC

The Prague Madrigalists (or Prague Madrigal Singers; in Czech: Pražští madrigalisté) is a Czech chamber music ensemble founded in 1956 as Noví pěvci madrigalů a komorní hudby (in English: New Madrigal and Chamber Music Singers) by the organist and composer Miroslav Venhoda.

Listen to music from Prague Madrigalists like Il Zabaione Musicale: Act I: Prologo: L'humor Spensierato, Barca Di Venetia Per Padova, Op. 12: Scene 2: Strepito Di Pescatori & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Prague Madrigalists.

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Bach - brandenburg concerto no. 3 in g major, bwv 1048 I. - 00:00 II. Adagio 05:55 III.

Photo: Fermata The music featured in today’s programme was recorded by the Prague Madrigalists on an eponymous album from 1993. This week’s Sunday music broadcast we present the work of František Ignác Tůma, a Czech composer of the late Baroque era who wrot. ore.

Bach and Baroque Music CDs featuring major baroque composers. ORYX 5012 - The Barocophile This double album offers a huge selection of all the best in Baroque Music. 79 minutes on each CD. download text. ORYX 5045 - The Bachophile A double album featuring organ, pedal-harpsichord, chamber and orchestral works, choral too.

The Prague Madrigalists (or Prague Madrigal Singers; in Czech: Pražští madrigalisté) is a Czech chamber music ensemble founded in 1956 as Noví pěvci madrigalů a komorní hudby (in English: New Madrigal and Chamber Music Singers) by the organist and composer Miroslav Venhoda. It was renamed to Prague Madrigalists and professionalized in 1967.

Collegium Marianum, Jana Semerádová. Music for Advent and Christmas in Baroque Prague. Music from Eighteenth-Century Prague. In the rich musical life of early 18th century Prague, the Advent and Christmas seasons formed a chapter unto themselves. Their specific repertoire consisted not only of the themes of this liturgical season (including a strong element of the Marian cult), but also of special liturgical and musical forms.

Tracklist

"Lytaniae Lauretanae" - František Ignác Tůma (1704-1774)
I. Kyrie 2:11
II. Sancta Maria 3:10
III. Speculum 4:36
IV. Salus 3:27
"Partita C Moll" - František Ignác Tůma (1704-1774)
I. Adagio. Allegro Moderato 3:59
II. Aria. Andante 4:17
III. Menuet 3:52
IV. Adagio Con Uno Violino Obligato 5:48
V. Allegro 1:50
"Stabat Mater" - František Ignác Tůma (1704-1774)
Affetuoso 2:18
II. Adagio. Andante 2:36
III. Vivace. Andante 1:52
IV. Adagio. Andante. Un Poco Adagio. 3:20
V. Larghetto 2:50
VI. Lento 1:55
VII. Lento. Andante. 3:25
"Opus Musicum" - Samuel Capricornus (1628-1665)
I. Dixit Dominus 3:46
II. Justorum Animae 2:33
III. Magnificat 4:42

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FE 0001-2231, FE 0001-2 231 Prague Madrigalists* Baroque Music ‎(CD, Album) Fermata, Fermata FE 0001-2231, FE 0001-2 231 Czech Republic 1993
MK 0801 Prague Madrigalists* : F.I.Tůma* Prague Madrigalists* : F.I.Tůma* - Stabat Mater ‎(CD, Album, RE) Studio Matouš MK 0801 Czech Republic 1996


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