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Jan Dismas Zelenka: 6 Sonatas, ZWV 181

Collegium 1704

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Sonata in F Major, ZWV 181 No. 1  
1
I. Adagio ma non troppo
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
3:18
2
II. Allegro
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
4:49
3
III. Larghetto
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
3:31
4
IV. Allegro assai
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
5:04
Sonata in G Minor, ZWV 181 No. 2  
5
I. Andante
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
4:01
6
II. Allegro
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
6:40
7
III. Andante
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
3:45
8
IV. Allegro
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
5:23
Sonata in B Flat Major, ZWV 181 No. 3  
9
I. Adagio
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
3:58
10
II. Allegro
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
4:23
11
III. Largo
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
3:00
12
IV. Allegro - Tempo giusto
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
5:08
Sonata in G Minor, ZWV 181 No. 4  
1
I. Andante
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
2:39
2
II. Allegro
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
5:47
3
III. Adagio
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
3:24
4
IV. Allegro ma non troppo
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
9:29
Sonata in F Major, ZWV 181 No. 5  
5
I. Allegro
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
6:53
6
II. Adagio
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
2:53
7
III. Allegro
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
6:36
Sonata in C Minor, ZWV 181 No. 6  
8
I. Andante
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
3:14
9
II. Allegro
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
4:14
10
III. Adagio
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
2:54
11
IV. Allegro
Jan Dismas Zelenka; Collegium 1704
5:29
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    1:46:32
“These performances by the Prague-based Collegium 1704, with the continuo line shared between harpsichord, lute and double bass, are models of clarity and easily carried virtuosity. There’s a buoyancy to the textures and rhythms in everything, and the solo playing is all impeccable.”
- The Guardian

The first complete recording of Jan Dismas Zelenka’s sonatas since 1993, this release by the Collegium 1704 ensemble brings this early 18th century Czech composer’s music to a new generation of listeners. Collegium 1704 has a particular affinity for Zelenka, apparent in its name, which alludes to the year in which the composer first appeared in the historical record. This technically demanding collection of sonata da camera is performed with dexterity and grace, particularly by the woodwinds, all on period instruments.
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