The collection which includes samples from Czech organ music of the 18th and 19th century is part of the Musica Antiqua Bohemica series. It includes 16 compositions from the works of B. M. Cernohorský, J. Zach, J. Seger, J. I. Linek, F. X. Brixi, J. K. Vanhal, J. K. Kuchar, K. Kopriva, A. Rejcha and K. F. Pitsch. The 18th century was witness to a great surge in solo instrument music, especially organ music, in the Czech lands due to the efforts of village teachers-musicians. The repertoire reflects a growing tendency to leave behind the pathos of the Baroque musical rhetoric. The collection’s editor, Jan Racek, publishes the works of the old masters exactly in accordance with their manuscript form – with minute revisions in sections where the source was incomplete or unclear. Further details are included in the Preface and the Editor’s Notes (Czech, English, German).
Instruments - Delivery is FREE within the UK for all instruments. This price you see is the price you pay.
(Instruments over £100 are always sent by our Express service, regardless of the service selected in the checkout.)
Sheet music, accessories & gifts - We offer 3 services:
|Brighton||Out of Stock|
|Chichester||Out of Stock|
|Hove||Out of Stock|
We are one of the top suppliers of woodwind, brass and orchestral strings across Sussex and are main agents for most of the instruments we sell. We only list instruments we normally carry in stock.
Our instruments are fully checked and set up through our workshop to ensure perfect playing.
Variations On Kelvingrove For Organ
New Practical Organist: 3
Estonia: Organ Music From The Baltic States: 2
Finishing Touch: Organ
Trumpet Tune and Trumpet Voluntary: Organ
Oxford Book Of Funeral And Memorial Music For Organ
50 Sublime Organ Transcriptions
50 Sublime Manual Organ Transcriptions
10 Trumpet Tunes For Organ
400 Last Verses: Spiralbound Organ (Rawsthorne)
Organ Music For Manuals: 1
The Oxford Book Of Lent And Easter Organ Music For Manuals