1 LP - Amadeo AVRS 6335

PRAG - Klingendes Barock - 2

Joseph Mysliwecek (9.3.1737 - 4.2.1781)

1. Trio in B-dur, Op. 1, 4
8' 55" A1
- Vivace · Andante · Menuetto

Gottfried Heinrich Stoelzel (13.1.1690 - 27.11.1749)

2. Triosonate in c-moll für 2 Oboen, Fagott und Cembalo
10' 39" A2
- Adagio/Allegro 6' 27"

- Adagio/Vivace 4' 12"

František Xaver Dusek (8.12.1731 - 12.21799)

3. Parthia in F-dur für 2 Oboen, 2 Hörner und Fagott
6' 28" B1
- Allegro · Menuetto · Adagio · Finale (Presto)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27.1.1756 - 5.12.1791)

4. Konzert für Cembalo und Streichorchester in D-dur, Kv. 107
14' 15" B1
- Allegro · Andante · Tempo di Menuetto

WIENER BAROCKSPIELER Hilde Langfort, Cembalo (B2)

- Helmut Riessberger, Flöte (A1) WIENER BAROCKORCHESTER / Theodor Guschlbauer, Leitung (B2)
- Genser Winkler-Trio, (A1)

- Alfred Dutka, Oboe (A2,B1)

- Alfred Hertel, Oboe (A2)

- Gerhard Schiessl, Oboe (B1)

- Robert Freund, Hannes Sungler, Horn (B1)

- Walter Hermann Sallagar, Fagott (A2,B1)

- Renée La Roche, Cembalo (A2)


Luogo e data di registrazione
Casino Baumgartner, Vienna (Austria) - settembre 1964

Registrazione: live / studio

Edizione LP
AMADEO - AVRS 6335 - (1 lp) - durata 40' 17" - (p) 1966 - Analogico

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THIS RECORD TRANSPORTS US TO PRAGUE, the Golden City as it has been called, the ancient capital of the Kings of Bohemia and one of Europe's foremost centres of culture. Prague's musical heyday was the 18th century, when it could boast a number of prominent composers of its own, such as Mysliwecek or Dusek, as well as frequent visits from Mozart, who made an imperishable contribution to the city's musical life.
JOSEPH MYSLIWECEK left his native Prague at the age of 26 and became a popular favourite in Italy as an operatic composer. Mozart owed many a valuable acquaintance-ship to Mysliwecek and had a high opinion of him. This Trio in B flat is a typical example of this composer`s work. The first two movements are definitely classical in form, whereas the Minuet Finale is out-and-out baroque.
HEINRICH STOELZEL, nowadays curiously neglected, enioyeol a considerable reputation during his lifetime. His fund of melody, and his technical mastery of his material and its instrumentation, are apparent in this Trio Sonata. The profound melancholy of the first movement and the tranquil lyricism of the third are in the best traditions of German Passion music from Schütz to J. S. Bach.
FRANTISEK XAVER DUSEK, a pupil of Wagenseil's and a friend of Mozart’s, is best known for his piano music, which constitutes a direct transition from the Mannheim School to Mozart. This "Parthia" anticipates classical form by being extended to four movements. It is in fact a precursor in miniature of classical symphonic form.
W. A. MOZART's Concerto for Cembalo and Orchestra K 107 is a transcription of a piano sonata by J. Christian Bach, of whom Mozart formed a high opinion when he met him in London in 1764. The work probably dates from the same year 1765 as two other concertos, all three being published as "Tre sonate del Sgr. Giovanni Bach ridotte in Concerti dal Sgr. Amadeo Wolfgango Mozart". In all probability the original sonata was frequently performed in J. C. Bach's day on a piano, but Einstein is of the opinion that Mozart probably used a cembalo.
Alfons Übelhör
(Translation: Richard Rickett)