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Jan Antonin Losy : Musique pour luth à Prague et Vienne au 18e siècle. Cizmar, Patuszka.
Format : 1 CD

Recording : 2022-2024
Country : Pologne
Sound : Stereo

Label : Supraphon
Catalog No. : SU4343
EAN : 0099925434328
Price Code : DM019A

Publishing Year : 2024
Release Date : 01/05/2024

Genre : Classical
Jan Antonin Losy (?1650-1721)
Partia pour luth, violon et viole de gambe en ré mineur
Suite pour flûte et basse continue en si bémol majeur
Suite pour clavecin en sol majeur
Gigue pour violon seul en ré mineur
Suite pour clavecin et luth en do majeur
Concerto pour luth, violon et viole de gambe en la majeur

Silvius Leopold Weiss (1687-1750)
Tombeau sur la mort de Msr. Comte de Logy arrivée 1721, pour luth

Jan Cizmar, luth baroque, guitare baroque
{oh!} Ensemble
Marta Kratochvilova, flûte
Anna firlus, clavecin
Krzysztof Firlus, viole de gambe
Martyna Pastuszka, violon, direction

“He took up the lute when he was young and became such a virtuoso that he was unrivalled in France or Italy.” Music historian Gottfried Johann Dlabacž’s testimony describes the lutenist and composer, Count Jan Antonín Losy of Losinthal, whose family came from Lombardy. He was born in Bohemia, where he spent most of his life, but his fame spread throughout Europe. After he died, he was honoured by his younger colleague, Sylvius Leopold Weiss, who memorialised him with his famous Tombeau. Nowadays, the name of the Count and virtuoso musician (besides the lute, he played the harpsichord and violin superbly) is known especially to lute players. However, even they may be surprised to learn that this album contains compositions with harpsichord, flute and violin. In fact, Losy’s oeuvre is far more varied. According to period sources, many of his compositions were played by chamber ensembles including instruments, such as the violin and a bowed bass instrument. The main performer, Jan Cižmár, reconstructed some of them, using manuscripts scattered all over Europe, and invited his colleagues from the Polish ensemble, Orkiestra historyczna, to take part in the recording. The result is a revealing album that presents Losy’s lute pieces in an unusual sound version for the first time.

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