TRÍO BARROCO CHECO

Trío Barroco ChecoINICIO

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el texto en inglés:
The Czech Baroque Trio is a musical ensemble which focuses on playing the music of the Baroque and Classical periods. It was founded by A. Rous, a Dutch violinist of Czech origin. Mr. Rous has been living in Amsterdam since 1971; he has studied mainly the original note transcripts and other materials related to the musical praxis of the XVIIth and XVIIIth century.

In 1993, Mr. Rous met Martin Jakubíèek, a cembalo and organ player, who suggested to contact Jan Škrdlík, a violoncello player. Thanks to the meeting in Naarden and the new contact, these three musicians formed a trio focusing primarily on the Czech composers of the Baroque period. Every six months the trio organizes a series of concerts - alternately, in the Czech Republic and the Benelux countries. The Czech Baroque Trio has also recorded two successful albums with the Matouš Studio recording company.

ANTONÍN ROUS,VIOLÍN
JAN ŠKRDLÍK, VIOLONCHELO
MARTIN JAKUBÍÈEK, CLAVICÉMBALO

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G H M S T V
Enseñar los movimientos de las obras

B

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
Sonata n.º 4 en do menor, BWV 1017

PHILIPP EMANUEL BACH
Seis Sonatas

FRANTIŠEK BENDA
Sonata in D, L.III-25
Sonata in e, L.III-59
Sonata in F, L.III-63
Sonata in F, L.III-66
Sonata in a, L.III-127
Sonata in B, L.III-130

HEINRICH IGNAZ BIBER
Sonata representativa

JOSEPH BODIN DE BOISMORTIER
Sonata en re mayor para violín, violonchelo y bajo continuo, op. 37/3

G

Arriba

ADALBERT GYROWETZ
Sonata en fa mayor
Notturno en mi bemol mayor

H

Arriba

GEORG FRIEDRICH HÄNDEL
Sonata en mi menor, op. 1/13, HWV 371

JOSEPH HAYDN
Trío de piano en fa mayor, n.º 17, Hob. XV:2
Trío de piano en sol mayor, n.º 39, Hob. XV:25

M

Arriba

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
Divertimento para piano, violín y violonchelo en si mayor, KV 254
Trío con piano n.º 5 en sol mayor, KV 564

S

Arriba

ALESSANDRO STRADELLA
Sinfonia

T

Arriba

GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN
Sonata en do menor para violín y bajo continuo

V

Arriba

VÁCLAV VODIÈKA
Sonata in G, op. 1/3

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