Directed By – Jana Semerádová. Engineer – Miroslav Mareš. Ensemble – Collegium Marianum. Flute – Jana Semerádová. Photography By – Markéta Kubacáková. Producer – Matouš Vlčinský. Please note that this release was made in 2014 as indicated by matrix number of GZ Media. It is a repress of an album from 2010. Release date of originial release: 22th October 2010.
Collegium Marianum, Jana Semerádová. Jiránek: Concertos & Sinfonias. Music from Eighteenth-Century Prague. František Jiránek (1698-1778) - Sinfonia in D major, Bassoon Concertos in G minor and F major, Flute Concerto in G major, Violin Concerto in D minor, Sinfonia in F major. Sergio Azzolini - Baroque bassoon, Marina Katarzhnova - violin, Jana Semerádová - flauto traverso Collegium Marianum, Artistic Director: Jana Semerádová (period instruments). The world premiere of Jiránek's virtuoso concertos has been undertaken by superlative soloists headed by the "wizard" bassoonist Sergio Azzolini. With full engagement, together with Collegium Marianum under the flautist Jana Semerádová, they have breathed new life into Jiránek, which this rediscovered composer sorichly deserves. Virtuoso concertos by Antonio Vivaldi's Czech pupil revived in the 21st century.
Artist: Sergio Azzolini, Jana Semeradova, Collegium Marianum, Frantisek Jiranek, Marina Katarzhnova. Album: Jiranek: Concertos and Sinfonias, Jiránek: Concertos & Sinfonias, Music from Eighteenth-Century, Prague. Jiranek: Concertos and Sinfonias: Best 2 songs. Collegium Marianum, Frantisek Jiranek, Jana Semeradova, Marina Katarzhnova, Sergio Azzolini - Concerto for Violin, Strings and Basso continuo in D minor: I. Allegro non molto 06:07. Collegium Marianum, Frantisek Jiranek, Jana Semeradova, Marina Katarzhnova, Sergio Azzolini - Sinfonia in D major: I. Allegro 02:43. Album: Jiranek: Concertos and Sinfonias. Collegium Marianum, Jan Dismas Zelenka, Sacred Lyrics - Deus Dux fortissime, ZWV 60: Bella premunt hostilia (Coro) Zelenka: Sepolcri. Music from Eighteenth-century Prague, 2011 01:47.
Jiránek: Concertos & Sinfonias, Music from Eighteenth-Century, Prague. Marina Katarzhnova, Sergio Azzolini, Jana Semeradova, Collegium Marianum, Sergio Azzolini, Marina Katarzhnova, Jana Semerádová, Collegium Marianum.
Only Jiránek's instrumental works have been preserved (. violin concertos, symphonies or concertos). His work was strongly influenced by Vivaldi's musical style, although it has also many original distinctive elements. In fact their styles are so similar that Jiránek's works have occasionally been misattributed to Vivaldi. a b c d e "František Jiránek, Concertos & Sinfonias". Retrieved 3 July 2013.
Until recently, František Jiránek, a composer and violinist of the Prague-based Count Morzin’s chapel, had only been known to a select few. Now, for the first time, all lovers of old music are afforded the opportunity to listen to an exquisite collection of his virtuoso concertos. The world premiere of Jiránek’s virtuoso concertos has been undertaken by superlative soloists headed by the wizard bassoonist Sergio Azzolini. With full engagement, together with Collegium Marianum under the flautist Jana Semerádová, they have breathed new life into Jiránek, which this rediscovered composer so richly deserves. Audio examples to be found on Supraphonline. Recorded in the Church of Our Lady, Queen of Angels in Prague, July 23-25, 2010.
Musicians are also becoming more and more enthusiastic about the newly discovered composer – besides the ensemble of Jana Semerádová, his promoters include the phenomenal bassoonist Sergio Azzolini, whose unique recording of Jiránek’s concertos (SU 4039-2) was received with great acclaim, and the renowned oboist Xenia Löffler.
|Concerto In G Minor For Bassoon, Strings And Basso Continuo||(13:26)|
|1||Adagio - Un Poco Allegro - Adagio - Allegro||5:15|
|Concerto In G Major For Flute, Strings And Basso Continuo||(10:56)|
|Sinfonia In D Major||(7:34)|
|Concerto In F Major For Bassoon, Strings And Basso Continuo||(9:39)|
|10||Allegro Non Molto||3:46|
|Concerto In D Minor For Violin, Strings And Basso Continuo||(15:53)|
|13||Allegro Non Molto||6:02|
|Sinfonia In F Major||(8:38)|