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FLAC Josef Mysliveček, František Kramář - Krommer - Octets Nos 1 And 2 / Harmony In F

Performer:
Josef Mysliveček, František Kramář - Krommer
Album:
Octets Nos 1 And 2 / Harmony In F
Released:
1982
Label:
Supraphon
Catalog:
SUA ST 59763, 59763
Genre:
Style:
Classical
MP3 archive size:
2535 mb
FLAC archive size:
1787 mb

Tracklist

1IV. Finale. Alla Pollaca
2II. Menuetto. Presto
3Octet No. 1 In E Flat Major For Wind Instruments
Composed By – Josef Mysliveček
4III. Adagio
5II. Larghetto Un Poco Sostenuto
6I. Allegro Spiritoso
7III. Tempo Di Minuetto
8I. Allegro Maestoso
9II. Largo, Sotto Voce
10Harmony In F Major For Wind Instruments, Op. 57
Composed By – František Kramář - Krommer
11III. Rondo. Allegretto
12I. Allegro Vivace
13Octet No. 2 In E Flat Major For Wind Instruments
Composed By – Josef Mysliveček

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SUA ST 59763, 59763Josef Mysliveček, František Kramář - Krommer Josef Mysliveček, František Kramář - Krommer - Octets Nos 1 And 2 / Harmony In F ‎(LP)Supraphon, SupraphonSUA ST 59763, 59763Czechoslovakia1981

Credits

  • BassoonJ. Řezáč, K. Pivoňka
  • ClarinetM. Etlík, V. Říha
  • CoverJiří Rathouský
  • Directed By [Recording]Miloslav Kuba
  • Double BassF. Hertl
  • EnsemblePrague Chamber Ensemble
  • HornA. Charvát, J. Brázda
  • Liner NotesLudmila Vrkočová
  • OboeF. Hanták, K. Lang

Notes

Issued with 8-page booklet containing liner notes in English, Russian, French and German

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): E 911/E A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): E 912/E A

Album

Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от František Vincenc Kramář - Krommer на маркетплейсе šek Vincenc Kramář - Krommer Partita No. Allegro 2. Andante 3. Minuetto 4. Rondo Collegium Musicum Pragense Rec. 1988 In video: pictures : Claude Joseph Vernet - Porto ao pôr do sol Josef Mysliveček 9 March 1737 - 4 February 1781 was a Czech composer who contributed to the free to Franz Krommer Krommer: Symphonies Nos. 2 and 4 Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. Adagio - Allegro vivace, Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 40: II. Adagio and more. 8 tracks 57:37. Krommer: Symphonies Nos. 2 and 4. Get album. Performer: Komorní harmonie Album: Octets 1 And 2, Harmony In F Country: Czechoslovakia Released: 1983 Size MP3: 1316 mb. Size FLAC: 1158 mb. Size WMA: 1485 mb. Octet No. 1 In E Major For 2 Oboes, 2 Clarinets, 2 French Horns And 2 Bassoons. Composed By Josef Mysliveček. I: Allegro Maestoso. Ii: Larghetto Un Poco Sostenuto. Josef Mysliveček 9 March 1737 4 February 1781 was a Czech composer who contributed to the formation of late eighteenth-century classicism in music. Mysliveček provided his younger friend Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart with significant compositional models in the genres of symphony, Italian serious opera, and violin concerto both Wolfgang and his father Leopold Mozart considered him an intimate friend from the time of their first meetings in Bologna in 1770 until he betrayed their trust over the promise. Album 1995 14 Songs. By Franz Krommer. Oboe Quartet No. 2 In F Major: II. 2 In F Major: III. Franz Krommer Фото исполнителя Franz Krommer. Czech Republic. Франц Кроммер чешский: František Vincenc Kramář 27 ноября 1759 года в Каменице и Йиглавы - 8 января 1831 года в Вене был чешским композитором классической музыки и скрипачом. All songs by Franz Krommer. added date. Flute Quartet In F Major, - I Allegro Moderato. Flute Quartet In F Major, - II Minuetto - AllegroTrio. Clarinet Concerto In E-Flat Major, Op. Flute Quartet In F Major, - III A. Franz Krommer: Symphonies Nos. Your Rating. Overview . Adagio - Allegro vivace. Franz Krommer. Howard Griffiths, Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana. Franz Krommer lang-cz: Frantiek Vincenc Kramář November 27, 1759 January 8, 1831 was a Moravian composer of classical music, whose seventy-year life began the year of the death of George Frideric Handel and ended a few years after that of Ludwig van Beethoven. The main events of his life were somewhat as follows: From 1773 to 1776, he studied violin and organ with his uncle, Antonín Mattias Kramár, in Turán. Here he became organist along with his uncle in 1777. In 1785 he returned to Vienna as violinist in the orchestra of the duke of Styria, now in Simontornya in Hungary