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Largo - Georg Philipp Telemann, Carl Stamitz, Anna Hölblingová & Quido Hölbling, Slovak Chamber Orch


  1. These ensemble sonatas, designated as being for "2 oboi (violino) e 2 bassi obbligati," were among the first works by the Czech composer Jan Dismas Zelenka to reach Western audiences, having been rediscovered by oboist Heinz Holliger in the s. Still, they are not common works, and this new version by the Czech-based (although in this chamber recording, thoroughly international) early music 9/
  2. and the viola. Carl Stamitz is not a very familiar name to most music lovers but it has a special role in relation to the viola. He was a composer famous in his time as a violin and, especially, viola and viola d’amore virtuoso. Born in , eleven years before Mozart, Carl Stamitz was the elder son of Johann, the founder of the so-called Mannheim school, and was the most famous member of.
  3. Georg Philipp Telemann: Suite in A minor for flute and string Bohdan Warchal Slovak Chamber Orchestra, Anna a Quido Hölbling Violin Duo: Concerto (cmb), Bohdan Warchal Slovak Chamber Orchestra CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL BACH: CONCERTOS FOR HARPSICHORD AND ORCHESTRA BWV , ,
  4. JOHANN STAMITZ ( - ) The Bohemian composer Johann Stamitz, a versatile performer on a number of instruments, is chiefly known for his work with the Mannheim orchestra, which he built into what a later visitor, the English Dr Burney, described as an army of generals.
  5. The music of the Strauss family is justifiably famous, but many other talented composers were producing popular music of comparable quality in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
  6. Biography and work for Hamburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Listen to classical music and albums or compositions by Hamburg Philharmonic Orchestra online. Hamburg Philharmonic Orchestra,classical,music,albums,compositions,works,biography,pictures,Orchestra, Germany, Orchestral, Opera.
  7. V. Cvecka, Carl Stamitz, Bohdan Warchal, Vlastimil Horak, Bratislava Chamber Orchestra, Slovak Chamber Orchestra, J. Luptacik, V. Brunner - Karel Stamic: Instrumental.

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