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Classical
Performer: Ars Rediviva Ensemble Prague
Title: Trio Sonatas
Style: Baroque, Classical
Year 1969
Country Czechoslovakia
Genre: Classical
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Ars Rediviva Ensemble Prague / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Trio Sonatas mp3 album

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Ensemble – Ars Rediviva Ensemble, Prague. Flute – Milan Munclinger. Harpsichord – Josef Hála. Leader – Milan Munclinger. Liner Notes – Milan Munclinger. Violin – Václav Snítil. Recorded in the Supraphon Studios in Prague Ⓟ 1969. Slevenote in English, Russian, German and French. Matrix, Runout (Label side A): A 4729. Matrix, Runout (Label side B): A 4730. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, e Prag - 4 Triosonaten ‎(LP, Album).

Ars Rediviva was founded in 1951 in Prague by flautist and musicologist Milan Munclinger and his wife, pianist, and harpsichordist Viktorie Švihlíková (she was later succeeded by Josef Hála). In the original cast also played two prominent members of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, cellist František Sláma and oboist Stanislav Duchoň (later succeeded by violinists Václav Snítil and Antonín Novák). From 1951 to 1956 Václav Talich collaborated with Ars Rediviva. Ars Rediviva was the first ensemble in Czechoslovakia to record a large number of works of . Bach (LP's of the complete Brandenburg concertos, The Art of Fugue (BWV 1080), The Musical Offering (BWV 1079), trio sonatas, flute sonatas, of cantatas, concertos reconstructions, et., Bach's sons (Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: sonatas, sinfonies, concerts; Wilhelm.

View all records by Ars Rediviva Ensemble for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format. All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs (SP) 7 inchs (EP) 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Tape Clothing T-Shirt Others. Ars rediviva ensemble. ars rediviva ensemble prague carl philipp emanuel bach - trio sonatas. Supraphon - Czech Republic - 1969.

The Leipzig Collection - Bach Trio Sonatas, Bach Sonatas and Chorales. Johann Sebastian Bach. Performer: Palladian Ensemble. Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach. Audio CD (April 30, 1996).

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach wrote at least 44 trio sonatas, including one for flute, viola, and piano, said to have been given its world premiere by the Society for Forgotten Music at the New York Public Library on 30 January 1949 (Anon. His best-known work in the genre is the programmatic Trio ("Sanguineus und Melancholicus"), in C minor, composed in 1749 and published in Nuremberg in 1751, which exists in two versions: one for obbligato keyboard and violin, the other for two violins and continuo (Wolff and Leisinger 2001).

Allegro from Ars rediviva's Bach: Trio Sonatas and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. It was founded in 1951 in Prague by flautist and musicologist Milan Munclinger. Ars Rediviva recorded a large number of works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Jan Dismas Zelenka, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, François Couperin, Georg Philipp Telemann, František Benda (sonatas, flute concertos) and Jiří Antonín Benda.

Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. Trio Sonata in F major, . 76 (1747). Trio Sonata in D minor . 90 (1756). Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.

Tracklist

Trio Sonata In A Minor, Wq 148
A1 Allegretto 7:10
A2 Adagio 2:45
A3 Allegro Asai 3:45
Trio Sonata In B Minor, Wq 143
A4 Allegro 4:05
A5 Adagio 3:45
A6 Presto 2:20
Trio Sonata In D Minor, Wq 145
B1 Allegretto 4:35
B2 Largo 3:55
B3 Allegro 4:35
Trio Sonata In C Major, Wq 147
B4 Allegro 5:50
B5 Adagio 4:35
B6 Allegro 3:35

Credits

  • Cello – František Sláma
  • Composed By – Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
  • Design [Cover] – Adolf Černý
  • Engineer [Sound], Edited By [Cut] – Jaroslav Zach
  • Ensemble – Ars Rediviva Ensemble, Prague*
  • Flute – Milan Munclinger
  • Harpsichord – Josef Hála
  • Leader – Milan Munclinger
  • Liner Notes [Slevenote] – Milan Munclinger
  • Violin – Václav Snítil

Notes

Repress 78 2
Recorded in the Supraphon Studios in Prague
Ⓟ 1969
Flipback cover with glossy front
Slevenote in English, Russian, German and French

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (runout stamp A): E 1329/HA
  • Matrix / Runout (runout stamp B): E 1330/CA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
0 11 0640 Ars Rediviva Ensemble Prague* / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Ars Rediviva Ensemble Prague* / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Trio Sonatas ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Supraphon 0 11 0640 Czechoslovakia 1970
1 11 0640, 1111 0640 Ars Rediviva Ensemble Prague* / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Ars Rediviva Ensemble Prague* / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Trio Sonatas ‎(LP, RP) Supraphon, Supraphon 1 11 0640, 1111 0640 Czechoslovakia 1979
64 289 Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Ars-rediviva-Ensemble Prag* Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Ars-rediviva-Ensemble Prag* - 4 Triosonaten ‎(LP, Album) Supraphon 64 289 Germany 1969
1 11 0640, 1111 0640 Ars Rediviva Ensemble Prague* / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Ars Rediviva Ensemble Prague* / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Trio Sonatas ‎(LP, RP) Supraphon, Supraphon 1 11 0640, 1111 0640 Czechoslovakia 1983