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Bedřich Antonín Wiedermann - Irena Chřibková, Pavla Vykopalová - Bedřich Antonín Wiedermann album download
Title: Bedřich Antonín Wiedermann
Genre: Classical
Style:Modern
Released: 2005
MP3 album szie: 1793 mb
FLAC album size: 1233 mb

Composed By – Bedřich Antonín Wiedermann. Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Pavla Vykopalová. Organ – Irena Chřibková.

Bedřich Antonín Wiedermann - Irena Chřibková, Pavla Vykopalová. Bedřich Antonín Wiedermann - Irena Chřibková, Pavla Vykopalová - Bedřich Antonín Wiedermann ‎(CD, Album). Rosa Music (2). RD 1369.

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2005 Bedřich Antonín Wiedermann (Irena Chřibková – organ, Pavla Vykopalová – mezzo-soprano); the CD contains unique and until that time not recorded works of a composer and organist (1883–1951) who worked at the St. Jacob‘s Basilika in Prague. Retrieved 2013-09-03. Official Homepage of Pavla Vykopalová. Profile of Pavla Vykopalová – National Theatre Brno. Profile of Pavla Vykopalová – National Theatre Prague.

While still a student of the Prague Conservatory, Pavla Vykopalová was invited to sing in productions by Opera Mozart. Shortly after graduation, she joined the opera company in Plzeň (Pilsen), singing, among other parts, the title role in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas. She was trained as a mezzosoprano under Professor Jiří Kotouč. Switching smoothly to soprano roles in 2006, the singer is now coached by Professor Marie Urbanová. Her repertoire ranges from Baroque to Romantic opera and includes oratorios, cantatas and songs across styles from Baroque through to contemporary music

Bedřich Antonín Wiedermann (November 10, 1883 in Ivanovice na Hané, Moravia – November 5, 1951 in Prague) was a Czech organist, composer, and teacher. He spent his early years in study under Josef Klička and Vítězslav Novák, and taught such notable pupils as Jiří Ropek, Bedřich Janáček, and Josef Černocký Selected works. His compositional output comprises 350 opus numbers of varied instrumentation and vocal formations.

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By Bedřich Antonín Wiedermann - Irena Chříbková & Stanko Arnold. Pastoral and Fugue On a Czech Christmas Song: Pastoral. By Josef Seger - Irena Chříbková & Stanko Arnold. Windows After Marc Chagall: IV. The Gold Window - Levi. By Petr Eben - Irena Chříbková & Stanko Arnold. Variations On Victimae paschali laudes. By Jiří Ropek - Irena Chříbková & Stanko Arnold.

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Tracklist

1 Impetuoso 6:08
Sacred Songs, Series I.
2 Were Are Rightly Called Sinners 3:01
3 O Praise The Lord 1:45
4 Jesu, Life Of My Soul 3:06
5 Let Me Go There 3:46
6 Capricietto 1:29
7 Christmas Elegy 6:04
8 Humoresque 4:43
9 Variations Of Composer's Theme 11:41
10 Offertorium In Dominica II. Quadragesimae 4:22
11 Ave Maria 2:47
12 O Salutaris Hostia 3:33
13 Toccata And Fugue In F Minor 9:51

Credits

  • Composed By – Bedřich Antonín Wiedermann
  • Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Pavla Vykopalová
  • Organ – Irena Chřibková

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 595083 801610
  • Barcode (String): 8595083801610
  • Rights Society: OSA