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Antonín Rejcha / Andreas Kröper • Geoffrey Lancaster - Compositions For Flute And Fortepiano album

Antonín Rejcha / Andreas Kröper • Geoffrey Lancaster - Compositions For Flute And Fortepiano album Performer: Antonín Rejcha
Title: Compositions For Flute And Fortepiano
Style: Classical
Date of release: 2000
Size MP3: 1309 mb
Size FLAC: 1862 mb
Rating: 4.4
Format: AU VOC AIFF RA DTS MIDI DMF

Art Direction – Dana Melanová. Composed By – Antonín Rejcha. Flute – Andreas Kröper. Fortepiano – Geoffrey Lancaster. Liner Notes – Andreas Kröper. Liner Notes – Vít Roubíček. Liner Notes – Emilia Esserová.

This article lists compositions by Anton Reicha. At present there exists no definitive catalogue of the composer's works, and his music, for the most part, has yet to be studied by scholars. Two principal work lists exist: one by Olga Šotolová in her book Antonín Rejcha: A Biography and Thematic Catalogue and another by Peter Eliot Stone in his article for the Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. The former list contains a number of errors; these were corrected by Stone in his list.

Antonin and Pavel Vranicky: Sextets for Flute, Oboe and String Quartet. Music for Oboe, Horn & Piano.

Singer: Antonín Rejcha. Album: Compositions For Flute And Fortepiano. Antonín Rejcha - Compositions For Flute And Fortepiano MP3 version. 1704 downloads at 32 mb/s. Engineer – Jan Zahradník. Liner Notes – Sarah Gráfová. Liner Notes – Anna Ohlídalová, Geoffrey Lancaster. Photography By – Jaroslav Fišer.

Anton (Antonín, Antoine) Reicha (Rejcha) (26 February 1770 – 28 May 1836) was a Czech-born, later naturalized French composer. A contemporary and lifelong friend of Beethoven, he is now best remembered for his substantial early contributions to the wind quintet literature and his role as teacher of pupils including Franz Liszt, Hector Berlioz and César Franck. He was also an accomplished theorist, and wrote several treatises on various aspects of composition. Works of this period include 25 crucially important wind quintets which are considered the locus classicus of that genre and are his best-known compositions. None of the advanced ideas he advocated in the most radical of his music and writings (not used in the wind quintets), including polyrhythm, polytonality and microtonal music, were accepted or employed by nineteenth-century composers.

Alternative ns: Antoine Joseph Reicha, Anton Rejcha, Antonín Rejcha. Flute Quartet, O. 9 (Reicha, Anton). Fugue on a theme of L. Cherubini (Reicha, Anton). 36 Fugues pour Piano, O. 6 (Reicha, Anton).

Geoffrey Lancaster AM (born 20 August 1954) is an Australian classical pianist and conductor. Born in Sydney, he was raised in Dubbo, New South Wales before moving to Canberra. He attended the Canberra School of Music where he studied piano with Larry Sitsky. Geoffrey Lancaster AM (born 20 August 1954) is an Australian classical pianist and conductor. He also studied at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, graduating with a Doctor of Philosophy, and also completed a master's degree at the University of Tasmania. In 1984, he moved to Amsterdam to study fortepiano with Stanley Hoogland at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague.

Monika Knoblochová, Hana Fleková, Jana Semerádová. Koželuh: Sonatas for Fortepiano, Flute and Cello. Monika Knoblochová - fortepiano, Jana Semerádová - flute, Hana Fleková - cello. Today, it is difficult to imagine that the renown of the Czech composer Leopold Koželuh (1747-1818) in Vienna once equalled the fame Mozart enjoyed, that he was perceived as being on a par with Beethoven or Haydn. An accomplished composer, sought-after piano virtuoso and teacher in the services of the highest aristocratic circles, including the imperial family, Koželuh ardently championed the at the time still young and modern fortepiano

Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741

Tracklist

Sonata In G Major For Piano And Flute, Op. 54 (32:24)
1 I. Allegro 18:26
2 II. Largo Ma Non Troppo 6:46
3 III. Allegro Vivace 7:03
Grand Duo Concertant In D Major For Flute And Piano, Op. 103 (30:37)
4 I. Lento - Allegro Non Troppo 12:40
5 II. Lento
6 III. Finale. Allegro Vivace 8:05

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Supraphon
  • Copyright (c) – Supraphon
  • Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – L30407
  • Recorded At – Zámek Hluboš

Credits

  • Art Direction [Booklet Editor] – Dana Melanová
  • Composed By – Antonín Rejcha*
  • Design – Jan Weber
  • Engineer [Sound Engineer] – Jan Zahradník
  • Flute – Andreas Kröper
  • Fortepiano – Geoffrey Lancaster
  • Liner Notes [Commentary] – Andreas Kröper
  • Liner Notes [Překlad] – Vít Roubíček
  • Liner Notes [Traduction] – Emilia Esserová
  • Liner Notes [Translation] – Sarah Gráfová
  • Liner Notes [Übersetzung] – Anna Ohlídalová, Geoffrey Lancaster
  • Photography By [Photos] – Jaroslav Fišer
  • Producer, Supervised By [Editor] – Vít Roubíček
  • Recording Supervisor [Recording Director] – Zdeněk Zahradník
  • Technician [Piano Prepared And Maintained By] – Paul McNulty

Notes

Recorded digitally at Hluboš Castle on November 29 and 30, 1999

℗ 2000 Supraphon
© 2000 Supraphon

Total time 63:09
Made in the Czech Republic

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 99925 34962 2
  • Matrix / Runout: GZ L30407 SU 3496-2 131
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD01
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5J12
  • Rights Society (Public domain): D.P.
  • Label Code: LC 000358
  • SPARS Code: DDD