Die Orchesterwerke - Orchestral Works

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dc.contributor.other Johann Dismas Zelenka es
dc.contributor.other Camerata Bern es
dc.contributor.other Alexander van Wijnkoop es
dc.coverage.spatial Bern, Switzerland. es
dc.date.accessioned 2012-09-10T20:03:26Z
dc.date.available 1978
dc.date.available 2012-09-10T20:03:26Z
dc.date.copyright 1978
dc.date.issued 2012-09-10
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2229
dc.description.abstract An innovative Baroque composer whose reputation was steadily on the rise during the anything-goes years of the waning twentieth century, Jan Dismas Zelenka was born in Lounovice, Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic). He was a court musician in Dresden for most of his career, and both J.S. Bach and Georg Philipp Telemann knew and admired his music. Except for brief periods of travel, during which he refined his craft (he took lessons from Fux and Lotti even after his own technique had been perfected), he served as a double bass player in the court orchestra and later aided the ailing court music director Heinichen in his duties. Upon Heinichen's death, the position was awarded to another musician, which greatly disappointed Zelenka, who felt that his accomplishments as a composer had not been recognized. He died in Dresden, on December 22, 1745. Zelenka was best known, in his own time as in ours, for his harmonic and dynamic daring. An indefatigable experimentalist, he pushed the often conventional harmonic language of the Baroque to its limits, frequently using chromaticism in general and unresolved chains of suspensions in particular. Zelenka's dynamic markings, quite unusual for the Baroque, bring to mind a composer of the Romantic era. It is to his credit that the unusual devices he employed were woven into a composition's basic concept, and not treated as mere tricks. Zelenka was also known for his pioneering use of Czech folk rhythms, anticipating Haydn's use of central European folk music by half a century. Many of his innovations appear in his trio sonatas and other instrumental works (one of which bears the witty—and enigmatic—name of "Hipocondrie à 7"). It should noted that Zelenka also wrote a great deal of choral music of a more conventional character, including some in the stile antico—the strict polyphonic style of the Renaissance. © AMG, All Music Guide es
dc.description.tableofcontents CD 2-- Capriccio IV A-dur ; Allegro assai, Adagio, Aria I : Allegro assai - Aria II : Andante - Aria II, En tempo de Canarie, Menuet I-II-I, Andante, Paysan I - Paysan II : Canon unisono - Paysan I-- Capriccio V G-dur ; (Allegro), Minuetto I-II-I, Il Contento (Allegro - Trio - Allegro), Il Furibondo (Presto assai), Villanela I-II-I-- Concerto a 8 concertanti G-dur ; (Allegro), Largo cantabile, Allegro. es
dc.format.extent 61 : 52 min. es
dc.format.medium 1 CD Rom (61 min., 52 seg) : Stereo ; 4 3/4 plg es
dc.language.iso de es
dc.rights Uninorte F.M. Estéreo es
dc.subject.lcc 83110536 es
dc.subject.lcsh Chamber orchestra music ; Orchestral music. es
dc.title Die Orchesterwerke - Orchestral Works es
dc.title.alternative Die Orchesterwerke es
dc.title.alternative Orchestral Works es
dc.language.rfc3066 ger es
dc.rights.holder Dietmar Polaczek es
dc.identifier.classification 028942370326 es
dc.subject.cdu Ze.01 es


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1. Capriccio IV A-dur-Allegro assai.mp3 6:06 4.187Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
2. Capriccio IV A-dur-Adagio.mp3 2:35 1.766Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
3. Capriccio IV A-dur-Aria I; Aria II; Aria I.mp3 5:59 4.106Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
4. Capriccio IV A-dur-En tempo de Canarie.mp3 3:34 2.446Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
5. Capriccio IV A-dur-Menuet I-II-I.mp3 2:54 1.989Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
6. Capriccio IV A-dur-Andante.mp3 2:45 1.888Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
7. Capriccio IV ... I; Paysan II; Paysan I.mp3 3:08 2.145Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
8. Capriccio V G-dur-(Allegro).mp3 4:36 3.153Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
9. Capriccio V G-dur-Minuetto I-II-I.mp3 3:09 2.155Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
10. Capriccio V G-dur-Il Contento.mp3 4:57 3.396Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
11. Capriccio V G-dur-Il Furibondo.mp3 1:19 921.9Kb MPEG Audio Mp3
12. Capriccio V G-dur-Villanela I-II-I.mp3 4:28 3.059Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
13. Concerto a 8 concertanti G-dur-(Allegro).mp3 6:14 4.271Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
14. Concerto a ... G-dur-Largo cantabile.mp3 3:51 2.644Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
15. Concerto a 8 concertanti G-dur-Allegro.mp3 6:29 4.449Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
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