Leila Schayegh - Collegium 1704 - Vaclav Luks Josef Mysliveček : Violin Concertos, Sinfonia, Ouverture

Josef Mysliveček : Violin Concertos, Sinfonia, Ouverture

Leila Schayegh - Collegium 1704 - Vaclav Luks

Includes: 1 Digital booklet

Released on May 4, 2018 by Accent

Main artist: Leila Schayegh

Genre: Classical > Concertos > Violin Concertos

Distinctions: 5 de Diapason (September 2018) - 5 Sterne Fono Forum Klassik (July 2018)

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    Violin Concerto in D major (Josef Mysliveček)
  1. 1 I. Allegro

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  2. 2 II. Larghetto

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  3. 3 III. Allegro

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  4. Symphony in E-Flat Major
  5. 4 I. Spiritoso

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  6. 5 II. Andantino

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  7. 6 III. —

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  8. Violin Concerto in E major
  9. 7 I. —

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  10. 8 II. —

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  11. 9 III. Presto

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  12. Overture No. 2 in A Major
  13. 10 I. Allegro von brio

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  14. 11 II. Andante

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  15. 12 III. Allegro

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  16. Violin Concerto in A major
  17. 13 I. Allegro moderato

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  18. 14 II. —

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  19. 15 III. Presto

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About

Josef Mysliveček (1737-1781) also known as "Il Divino Boemo" (The Divine Bohemian) was one of the most celebrated opera composers in Italy in the 1770s. His instrumental works - symphonies, concertos, octets, quartets, and trios - were as popular as his vocal music. Certain features of his melodic style reflect his Bohemian origins, and Mysliveček's influence on contemporaries was significant. A close friend of the young Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and a musical influence on him, Mozart described his character as "full of fire, spirit and life". All nine of the Mysliveček violin concertos that survive in complete form were probably written in a short period during the late 1760s and early 1770s when the composer maintained close contacts with the city of Padua and the composer and violinist Giuseppe Tartini. As a representative of Italian traditions that extended back to the early eighteenth century, Mysliveček’s violin concertos are all cast in three movements of the pattern ‘fast-slow-fast’.
“From this music one can hear that the author was also a superb opera composer: the quickly alternating themes are well defined in character, whether sounding serious or boisterous, pleading or alluring, questioning or majestic, friendly or imperious. Figuratively, we find ourselves on the opera stage.” (Leila Schayegh) © Accent/Note-1

Details of original recording:

Recorded in church of St Anne, Prague Crossroads (Czech Republic), in July 2017

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