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You asked for all recordings with the following CD number: SU 3858-2.

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Six Sonatas [Referred to as either ZWV 181, ZWV181, Z.181 or Z181] (ZWV 181)

Supraphon, Cat. No. SU 3858-2
CD issued: 2005


Information: Orchestra: Collegium 1704. Soloists: Elsa Frank (Ob.), David Plantier (Vn.), Eckhard Lenzing (Bn.), Vaclav Luks (Harpsichord). Comments: Sonata no. 3 only. Re-release 2005. Previously released by Supraphon in 1995 as SU 0009-2031..

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Concerto à 8 Concertanti [Referred to as either ZWV 186, ZWV186, Z.186 or Z186] (ZWV 186)

Supraphon, Cat. No. SU 3858-2
CD issued: 2005


Information: Orchestra: Collegium 1704. Comments: Re-release 2005. Previously released by Supraphon in 1995 as SU 0009-2031..

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Hipocondrie à 7 Concertanti [Referred to as either ZWV 187, ZWV187, Z.187 or Z187] (ZWV 187)

Supraphon, Cat. No. SU 3858-2
CD issued: 2005


Information: Orchestra: Collegium 1704. Comments: Re-release 2005. Previously released by Supraphon in 1995 as SU 0009-2031..

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Ouverture à 7 Concertanti [Referred to as either ZWV 188, ZWV188, Z.188 or Z188] (ZWV 188)

Supraphon, Cat. No. SU 3858-2
CD issued: 2005


Information: Orchestra: Collegium 1704. Comments: Re-release 2005. Previously released by Supraphon in 1995 as SU 0009-2031..

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Simphonie à 8 Concertanti [Referred to as either ZWV 189, ZWV189, Z.189 or Z189] (ZWV 189)

Supraphon, Cat. No. SU 3858-2
CD issued: 2005


Information: Orchestra: Collegium 1704. Comments: Re-release 2005. Previously released by Supraphon in 1995 as SU 0009-2031..

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Side image: High Altar of the Jasna Góra Monastery Basilica in Częstochowa, Poland, designed by an unknown Italian artist, modelled by the Italian architect Giacomo Antonio Buzzini, and executed by a team of Polish artists, including the sculptor Jan Adam Karinger, between 1725 and 1728 (photographer unknown).


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