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Carl Stamitz, Josef Rejcha, Antonín Vranický / Miloš Sádlo • Jan Hališka, Musici De Praga / Mario Klemens, Ostrava Janáček Chamber Orchestra / Zdeněk Dejmek - Classical Cello Concertos Of Czech Origin (Cello Concerto No. 2 / Cello Concerto In F Minor / Ce mp3 album
Classical
Performer: Carl Stamitz
Title: Classical Cello Concertos Of Czech Origin (Cello Concerto No. 2 / Cello Concerto In F Minor / Cello Concerto In D Minor)
Style: Classical
Year 1993
Country Czech Republic
Genre: Classical
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 697
MP3 size: 1948 mb
FLAC size: 1734 mb
WMA size: 1882 mb
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Carl Stamitz, Josef Rejcha, Antonín Vranický / Miloš Sádlo • Jan Hališka, Musici De Praga / Mario Klemens, Ostrava Janáček Chamber Orchestra / Zdeněk Dejmek - Classical Cello Concertos Of Czech Origin (Cello Concerto No. 2 / Cello Concerto In F Minor / Ce mp3 album

Josef Reicha (Rejcha) (12 February 1752 – 5 March 1795) was a Czech cellist, composer and conductor. Reicha wrote music for orchestra and chamber ensembles of different kinds. Stamitz, Rejcha, Vranicky: Classical Cello Concertos of Czech Origin.

Cello – Jan Hališka (tracks: 1 to 3), Miloš Sádlo (tracks: 4 to 9). Composed By – Antonín Vranický (tracks: 7 to 9), Carl Stamitz (tracks: 1 to 3), Josef Rejcha (tracks: 4 to 6). Conductor – Mario Klemens (tracks: 4 to 9). Design – Aleš Svoboda. Engineer – Jiří Zobač (tracks: 4 to 9), Václav Zamazal (tracks: 1 to 3).

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Jana Pomezná (Art Direction ), Jan Hališka (Cello, tracks 1 to 3), Miloš Sádlo (Cello, tracks 4 to 9), Antonín Vranický (Composed By, tracks 7 to 9), Carl Stamitz (Composed By, tracks 1 to 3), Josef Rejcha (Composed By, tracks 4 to 6), Mario Klemens (Conductor, tracks 4 to 9), Aleš Svoboda (Design ), Jiří Zobač (Engineer, tracks .

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Tracklist

Concerto No. 2 In A Major For Cello And Orchestra 20:44
1 Carl Stamitz I. Allegro Con Spirito 9:10
2 Carl Stamitz II. Andantino 6:50
3 Carl Stamitz III. Rondo. Allegretto 4:38
Concerto In F Minor For Cello And Orchestra 25:14
4 Josef Rejcha I. Allegro 13:16
5 Josef Rejcha II. Adagio 5:57
6 Josef Rejcha III. Rondo 5:56
Concerto In D Minor For Cello And Orchestra 24:55
7 Antonín Vranický I. Allegro Maestoso 11:00
8 Antonín Vranický II. Adagio Cantabile 7:06
9 Antonín Vranický III. Rondo 6:44

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Panton
  • Copyright (c) – Supraphon
  • Record Company – Panton, Vydavatelství Českého Hudebního Fondu
  • Recorded At – Ostrava Church Studio
  • Recorded At – House Of Artists

Credits

  • Art Direction [Cover Editor] – Jana Pomezná
  • Cello – Jan Hališka (tracks: 1 to 3), Miloš Sádlo (tracks: 4 to 9)
  • Composed By – Antonín Vranický (tracks: 7 to 9), Carl Stamitz (tracks: 1 to 3), Josef Rejcha (tracks: 4 to 6)
  • Conductor – Mario Klemens (tracks: 4 to 9)
  • Design [Cover Design] – Aleš Svoboda
  • Engineer [Sound Engineer] – Jiří Zobač (tracks: 4 to 9), Václav Zamazal (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Layout [Macintosh Processing] – Bohuslav Šír
  • Leader [Artistic Leader] – Zdeněk Dejmek (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Orchestra – Musici De Praga (tracks: 4 to 9), Ostrava Janáček Chamber Orchestra (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Painting [Cover Picture] – Johann G. Platzer *
  • Recording Supervisor [Music Director] – Jaroslav Smolka (tracks: 4 to 9), Vojtěch Mojžíš (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Score [Revision], Cadenza – M. Sádlo* (tracks: 4 to 9)
  • Sleeve Notes – Vladimír Hudec
  • Sleeve Notes [Traduction] – Jan Martínek
  • Sleeve Notes [Translation] – Joy Kohoutová
  • Sleeve Notes [Übersetzung] – Eva Berglová
  • Supervised By [Editor] – Leo Jehne

Notes

Recorded at the Ostrava Church Studio from 3 to 11 June 1986 (Stamitz) and at the House of Artists, Prague, in Nov. 1972 (Rejcha, Vranický).

© 1993 Panton
℗ 1993 Panton

Total time 71:11
Made in the Czech Republic

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 596981 130727
  • Matrix / Runout: GZ F12010 81 1307-2 011
  • Label Code: LC 1430
  • Other (Public domain): D.P.
  • Other (SPARS Code): AAD

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
81 1307-2 Carl Stamitz, Josef Rejcha, Antonín Vranický, Miloš Sádlo • Jan Hališka, Musici De Praga / Mario Klemens, Ostrava Janáček Chamber Orchestra / Zdeněk Dejmek Carl Stamitz, Josef Rejcha, Antonín Vranický, Miloš Sádlo • Jan Hališka, Musici De Praga / Mario Klemens, Ostrava Janáček Chamber Orchestra / Zdeněk Dejmek - Classical Cello Concertos Of Czech Origin (Klasické Violoncellové Koncerty) ‎(9xFile, MP3, Comp, 320) Supraphon 81 1307-2 Czech Republic 2011