HD-Vinyl 24/96 (Turnabout) Franz Krommer, Kozeluch – Music From Prague (David Glazer, Feljicia Blumental)

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František Krommer (Czech: František Vincenc Kramář; 27 November 1759 in Kamenice u Jihlavy – 8 January 1831 in Vienna) was a Czech composer of classical music, whose 71-year life span began half a year after the death of George Frideric Handel and ended nearly four years after that of Ludwig van Beethoven….

Leopold Koželuch was born on 26 June 1747 in Velvary, part of the present-day Czech Republic. His father was Antonín Bartholomäus Koželuh, a shoemaker. He was baptised Jan Antonín, but by 1773 he had adopted the name Leopold to avoid confusion with his elder cousin, the composer Jan Antonín Koželuh. He also Germanised his surname to Koželuch. After starting his musical education in Velvary, Koželuch moved to Prague where he studied with his cousin and František Xaver Dušek, the latter teaching him in the keyboard and composition.

Composer: Franz Krommer, Leopold Kozeluch
Performer: Felicja Blumental, David Glazer
Orchestra: Prague New Chamber Orchestra (tracks: A1 to A3), Württemberg Chamber Orchestra Heilbronn
Conductor: Alberto Zedda (tracks: A1 to A3), Jörg Faerber
Vinyl 1970?
Number of discs: 1
Format: Flac
Label: Turnabout
DR-Analysis:
DR 12
Size: 1.08 GB
Scan: yes
Server: FF

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