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Kryštof Harant, Pražští Madrigalisté, Miroslav Venhoda - Opera Musica download flac

Performer: Kryštof Harant
Title: Opera Musica
Released: 1972
Country: Czechoslovakia
Style: Renaissance, Religious
Category: Classical
Size FLAC: 1346 mb
Size MP3: 1528 mb
Size WMA: 1431 mb
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Kryštof Harant, Pražští Madrigalisté, Miroslav Venhoda ‎– Opera Musica. Label: Supraphon ‎– 1 92 0401, Gramofonový Klub ‎– 1 92 0401. Country: Czechoslovakia. Choir, Ensemble – Pražští Madrigalisté. Composed By – Kryštof Harant Z Polžic A Bezdružic. Cover – Ladislav Rada. Engineer – Stanislav Sýkora.

This album was released on the label Supraphon (catalog number 1 92 0401) Gramofonový Klub (catalog number 1 92 0401). This album was released in 1972 year. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Tracklist of Kryštof Harant Z Polžic A Bezdružic, Prague Madrigal Singers, Miroslav Venhoda on this page

Trained during the 1930s at Prague's Charles University, Venhoda spent the war years as choral director and organist at the city's Strahov (Dominican) monastery; a book he published in 1946, called Method of Studying Gregorian Chant, drew on this experience.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

Missa Quinis Vocibus Super Dolorosi Martyr
Soloist, Vocals [Sóla] – Jaroslav Tománek, Josef Života, Milada Jirglová, Pavel Jurkovič, Vlasta Pecháčková, Vratislav VinickýWritten-By [Podklad Tónové Látky / To The Theme Of Madrigal "Dolorosi Martir, Fieri Tormenti" By] – Luca Marenzio
Aa Kyrie
Ab Gloria
Ac Credo
B1d Sanctus
B1e Benedictus
B1f Agnus
B2 Maria Kron. Moteto
Soloist, Vocals [Sóla] – Jaroslav Tománek, Jitka Čechová, Milada Jirglová, Pavel Jurkovič, Stanislava Secká, Vratislav Vinický
B3 Qui Confidunt In Domino. Moteto
B4 Crucifixus Trium Vocum (II. Autorova Verze Creda Z Missa Quinis Vocibus)
Soloist, Vocals [Sóla] – Jaroslav Tománek, Milada Jirglová, Vratislav Vinický

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Gramofonové Závody – E 45/2157
  • Pressed By – Gramofonové Závody – E 45/2158
  • Recorded At – Studio Domovina

Credits

  • Adapted By [Realizace], Conductor [Řídí] – Miroslav Venhoda
  • Artwork [Cover Engraving] – Balzer*
  • Choir, Ensemble – Pražští Madrigalisté*
  • Composed By – Kryštof Harant Z Polžic A Bezdružic
  • Cover – Ladislav Rada
  • Engineer [Zvuková Režie] – Stanislav Sýkora
  • Liner Notes – Jiří Berkovec
  • Liner Notes [Sound Recording Note] – M. Kulhan*
  • Recording Supervisor [Hudební Režie] – Jaroslav Krček
  • Technician [Technická Spolupráce] – Vladimír Kraffer

Notes

Nahráno 21. ledna - 25. února (A, B1–B3) a 17. září 1971 (B4) v pražském studiu Domovina
[Recorded at the Domovina studio, Prague, January 21 - February 25 (A, B1–B3) and September 17 (B4), 1971]

B4 subtitle: Second composer's version of "Credo" movement from "Missa quinis vocibus" piece

Mono 0 92 0401
Stereo 1 92 0401

℗ 1972
12’15” [duration A]
13’40” [duration B]
[Liner notes] © 1971
Cover © 1971
———
Liner notes in Czech language.
Identical cover for mono/stereo release.
Cut at 45 RPM for better sound quality especially for the purpose of decreasing of high frequencies distortion (detailed note printed on the back cover).
Release date isn't printed on the release (missing manufacturing date code) and is entered according to the ℗ copyright year (first pressing).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): E 45/2157
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): E 45/2158
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A): E 45 2157/B A 5
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B): E 45 2158/A C 2
  • Other (Manufacturing date code): none
  • Other (Retail price code): G

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1 12 1109 Kryštof Harant*, Prague Madrigal Singers - Miroslav Venhoda Kryštof Harant*, Prague Madrigal Singers - Miroslav Venhoda - Opera Musica ‎(LP, Album) Supraphon 1 12 1109 Czechoslovakia 1973


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