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Ria Brezova

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Christmas with the Slovak Chamber orchestra for Ria
Part I
Josef Szapka, guitar
Slovak Chamber Orchestra
Bohdan Warchal, conductor

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Jaroslav Ježek - Sonata for Violin and Piano
00:00 Allegro vivo
04:08 Lento
09:13 Larghetto
12:10 Allegro
Antonín Novák (Violin),
Jan Vrána (piano)

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Michael Haydn Symphony No.3 (Divertimento) in G major
1. Allegro molto
2. Andante
3. Menuetto
4. Presto
Slovak chamber Orchestra
Bohdan Warchal Conductor
Painting: Vienna by Canaletto, 1758

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B. Martinu, Concerto for two pianos and orchestra
Orchestra dell'Accademia Santa Cecilia
Katia and Marielle Labeque
Sir Antonio Pappano, conductor.

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František Jiránek Trio Sonata in B flat major for Two Violins and B.C.
1. Largo
2. Allegro
3. Allegretto

Painting: Unknown painter, Portrait of Count Wenzel Morzin (Museum of Krkonoše in Vrchlabí, Czech Republic)

František Jiránek was born on 24 July 1698 in Lomnice nad Popelkou (Northern Bohemia, present-day Czech Republic). His parents were servants of the Counts of Morzin; František also started to work for them as a musician. Count Václav Morzin sent[1] him to Venice in 1724 to improve his musical abilities. His teacher was probably Antonio Vivaldi himself.[1] Count Václav Morzin was a very important supporter of Vivaldi (Vivaldi dedicated to him his famous Four Seasons).

In 1726 Jiránek came back to Prague and worked as a violinist in the Prague ensemble of Václav Morzin.[1] In this ensamble worked also Antonín Reichenauer and Johann Friedrich Fasch. After the death of Václav Morzin in 1737 Jiránek left Prague and was employed by the Prime Minister of Saxony, Heinrich von Brühl in Dresden. In Dresden his work was informed by the coming Classical music. After the death of Heinrich Brühl in 1763 he retired and died in 1778 in Dresden.

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