Bohemian Mutineer (2005)

Rosetti

Pratum Integrum Orchestra

Antonio Rosetti (ca. 1750 – 1792), born in Bohemia, spent the best years of his life in Germany, in small principalities, far removed from the music capitals of his age. However, the English music historian Charles Burney, who undertook extensive travels in Europe, ranked him among the most outstanding musicians of his time and as the equal of Haydn and Mozart. The public loved Rosetti – and there is plenty of documentary evidence to show that his works were often played throughout Europe. By the end of the 1790s, at least half of those of Rosetti’s compositions that have come down to us had been published, some of them, more- over, by very well-established music publishers.
Throughout his comparatively short life, Rosetti wrote quite a lot of music. Today we know of the existence of over 400 works: more than 40 symphonies, about 60 concertos for different instruments (piano, violin, viola, flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon), upwards of 20 works for brass band, a lot of chamber music, pieces for piano, songs and sacred choral music. The works he composed in his mature years are distinguished by their infinitely rich and colourful harmonic language, full of chromatic inflection, and by very inventive instrumentation.

 

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Pratum Integrum Orchestra

The Pratum Integrum orchestra performs with authentic instruments. The Latin name translates as ‘unmown meadow’ and refers to their broad-ranging repertoire from the Baroque and Classical periods, about which little is known to this day. This is the only orchestra in Russia in which all the groups of historic instruments are represented: strings, wind and percussion, and moreover all the instruments were made in the 18th to 19th centuries or copied from period examples. Pratum Integrum’s performances are a careful recreation using original treatises, primary sources and eye-witness accounts by contemporaries. 
The orchestra was established in Moscow in 2003 with sponsorship from the company Essential Music, immediately gaining a reputation as an extraordinary, outstanding and highly professional group of musicians with a predilection for fast tempos and vivid, fresh interpretations. 

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Bohemian Mutineer (2005)

Rosetti

Pratum Integrum Orchestra

Digital Converters: Meitner design
Microphones: Neumann km130; DPA (B & K) 4006 ; DPA (B & K) 4011 SCHOEPS mk2S; SCHOEPS mk41.
Producer: Michael Serebryanyi
Recording Engineer: Erdo Groot
Recording location: “Manege” Hall of The Moscow Theatre “School of Dramatic Art”
Recording Software: Merging
Recording Type & Bit Rate: DSD64

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CM0012005: Bohemian Mutineer
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Symphony in D major (Murray A21). - Largo. Allegro assai (1st)
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Symphony in D major (Murray A21). - Andante scherzante (2nd)
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Symphony in D major (Murray A21). - Menuetto fresco (3rd)
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Symphony in D major (Murray A21). - Allegro moderato (4th)
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Concerto for Horn and Orchestra in D minor (Murray C38). - Allegro molto (1st)
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Concerto for Horn and Orchestra in D minor (Murray C38). - Adagio (2nd)
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Concerto for Horn and Orchestra in D minor (Murray C38). - Rondo. Allegro (3rd)
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Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D minor (Murray C9). - Allegro maestoso (1st)
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Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D minor (Murray C9). - Adagio (2nd)
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Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D minor (Murray C9). - Rondo. Moderato (3rd)
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Symphony in G minor (Murray A42). - Vivace (1st)
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Symphony in G minor (Murray A42). - Menuetto fresco (2nd)
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Symphony in G minor (Murray A42). - Andante ma Allegretto (3rd)
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Symphony in G minor (Murray A42). - Capriccio. Allegretto scherzante (4th)
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