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Alistair
30-05-2013, 06:22 PM
Most of the performances of Zelenka's music on YouTube can now be reached through the "News" or "Works to hear" pages of the Discover Zelenka website.

l'infastidito
31-05-2013, 01:34 AM
Most of the performances of Zelenka's music on YouTube can now be reached through the "News" or "Works to hear" pages of the Discover Zelenka website.
ZWV 139 + ZWV 71 VIDEOS FOR YOU!
With regards to JDZ on Youtube, I just wanted to inform you fellow Zelenkists that the ultra-rare (so far, at least) "Salve Regina" (Zwv 139) for solo bass voice from 1724 now has been uploaded on my channel. I'll bet that those among you who have heard this before can be counted on one hand. The soloist is Harry van der Kamp, conductor is Simon Standage. Performed in Poland July 2012: http://youtu.be/gIeDxzTxj-s
It is a simple setting in terms of instrumentation, mainly limited to the expressive, humble voice and subtle violin playing. A good example of how masters often reveal their greatness in smaller details. The same thing can be said about another simple masterpiece dominated by bass voice and violins, the "Confitebor tibi Domine" (Zwv 71). I have also reuploaded this video - with Tomas Kral singing and Marek Stryncl conducting - for an interesting comparison: http://youtu.be/6NE76Dkb2cY
Enjoy!!!
SVF

Xanaseb
18-09-2013, 09:03 PM
A performance of Missa Sancta Caeciliae by the Austin Baroque Orchestra and Coro Settecento has just recently been uploaded on to Youtube :). The recording is sadly not the best ever however! Good to see anyway.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5XnLp_WhM8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5XnLp_WhM8)