• Found this om youtube;
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9p-mPzEIO8&feature=related


    The title of the work is named 'Alma redemptoris Mater'. Before I listened to it, I thought it was a CD copy from one of the two recorded works by the same name, Zwv 123 or Zwv 124. But this was indeed not one of those two. Listening to it, I searched in "Find a work" from this website and concluded theit must be Zwv 127. It sounds very Zelenka. Nicely preformed.
    Anyone else not heard this before ?

  • Quote from G.Reuss

    Found this om youtube;
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9p-mPzEIO8&feature=related

    The title of the work is named 'Alma redemptoris Mater'. Before I listened to it, I thought it was a CD copy from one of the two recorded works by the same name, Zwv 123 or Zwv 124. But this was indeed not one of those two. Listening to it, I searched in "Find a work" from this website and concluded theit must be Zwv 127. It sounds very Zelenka. Nicely preformed.
    Anyone else not heard this before ?



    Hello,
    By coincidence I came over on Czech Radio 3 what according to the "Find a work" function should be a live broadcast of the unrecorded Zwv 126 (?) for alto solo.
    A comparison between these two ArM versions, Zwv 126 & 127, is most interesting. It reveals in a smaller scale (of course) than his masses Zelenka's special ability to create original musical interpretations of the same liturgical texts again and again.
    Czech Radio 3 gives the following information only: Jan Dismas Zelenka, Alma Mater Redemptoris, and 8.1.2009 (broadcast date). Maybe someone else in the forum has further details (performers, ecc)?
    Fortunately, like the Zwv 127 (Youtube), this Zwv 126 (?) is available for anyone to downolad and listen to. Here's the link: http://www.rozhlas.cz/vltava/videoarchiv/_zprava/533523

    SVF

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