Saturday, July 2, 2011

Antonin Reichenauer - Concertos - Musica Florea (2011)

 


 

 

 

 

Review:

Antonín Reichenauer (c. 1694–1730) – a few years ago a name virtually unknown, today mentioned by Baroque music lovers in the same breath as the greatest Czech Baroque masters, not to mention Antonio Vivaldi himself. Reichenauer assumed after Johann Friedrich Fasch the post of court composer in the service of Count Morzin, whose chapel Vivaldi called a "virtuosissima orchestra" and for which he wrote a number of concertos. Following the previous – and first-ever – CD featuring Reichenauer’s concertos (SU 4035-2), within its Music from Eighteenth-Century Prague series Supraphon is now releasing world premiere Musica Florea recordings of other concertante works as performed by Musica Florea. Twenty years ago among the Czech pioneers of authentic interpretation of early music, today Musica Florea is an ensemble of international renown with a discography of acclaimed and award-winning recordings (Cannes Classical Award, Diapason d’Or). Their perfectly mastered playing on period instruments brings out to the full all the shades of colour, exquisite melodies and entrancing virtuosity of the concertos. After centuries, Reichenauer’s music is now revived and, as these recordings prove, rightly so. From the archives a priceless treasure has been unearthed. 

 

flac, booklet,thank you Thomas!

14 comments:

  1. Hello Otto:
    Wonderful music, but the boocklet it's not of this CD, you can solucion for this problem?.
    Thanks you:
    Fasch

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  2. Hello Otto:
    I'm sorry, the boocklet is well, I had a negligenced error.
    Escuse me please.
    Fasch.

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  4. I think that one of the files (part 2, I think) is corrupt. I have downloaded all files twice, and extracting from the rar files leads to error messages. (Tracks 9, 10, 12, and 18 are affected.)

    Can you check and repost if the file is corrupt?

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  5. I've put the same CD in my blog :)
    http://odeonmusic.blogspot.pt/

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  6. @BachRadio Otto, nice to know it. I'm Ricardo from Brazil, and thanks to you now I know more classical music. in your radios hear wonders and flight through space.
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    rfragoso

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  7. Awww, This is such an beautiful collection You have. I absolutely love Classic music. Have a beautiful weekend

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