Anastasia Giuliani | Jan Dismas Zelenka Capricci adapted on cembalo and organ

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Jan Dismas Zelenka Capricci adapted on cembalo and organ

by Anastasia Giuliani

Musik played on Organ of German tradition 1859 Manual: Gedeckt 8’ Principal 4’ Rohrflote 4’ Waldflote 2’ Mixture 3 f. Pedal: Subbass 16’ Koppel Cembalo copy of Harras Organ positiv German Anonymus 1789 Prinzipal 8’ Prinzipal 4’ Prinzipal 2
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1. Jan Dismas Zelenka Capriccio IV a-Dur
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2. Jan Dismas Zelenka Capriccio III F-Dur
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3. Jan Dismas Zelenka Capriccio V G-Dur
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4. Jan Dismas Zelenka Capriccio I D-Dur
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Jan Dismas Zelenka was a bass player and composer in the Dresden Court orchestra.
He was born in Lounovic in 1679 and died in Dresden in 1745.
Forkel, in his biography of J.S. Bach, states that Bach admired Zelenka's music.
Zelenka studied under Jesuits at Clementium near Prague.
He dedicated some religious cantatas to his alma mater. Most of Zelenka's religious
works were kept in manuscript and were lost during the latter days of World War II.
Zelenka was also in Italy and in contact with Lotti and in Germany J.J. Fux.
Zelenka is famous for his secular works; his Capriccios and his Trio Sonatas for two
Oboes, Bassoon, and basso continuo. These works have been recorded for the first time
in organ reduction by the player of this cd.

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