From Krakow to Gdansk – a musical journey along the Vistula river.

Music from the polish 17th and 18th century court and churches.
Maciej Wronowicz (about 1645 – about 1700) „In dulci iubilo“
concerto a 3 for soprano, 2 violins and b.c.
Marcin Mielczewski (1590 – 1651) „Canzona prima a 2“ for 2 violins and b.c.
Jan Podbielski (about 1650) Prelude for harpsichord solo
Anonymus (about 1600) Canzona primi toni
from „Warsaw Organ Tabulature“
for organ solo
Anonymus (about 1740) „Date lilias, date rosas“
aria for soprano, violin and b.c.
Kaspar Förster jun. (1616 – 1673) Sonata G
for 2 violins, viola da gamba and b.c.
Stanisław Sylwester Szarzyński (about 1700) „Veni Sancte Spiritus“
concerto for soprano, 2 violins and b.c.
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Stanisław Sylwester Szarzyński „Jesu spes mea“
concerto a 3 for soprano, 2 violins and b.c.
Adam Jarzębski „Berlinesa“
concerto a 3 for 2 violins, viola da gamba and b.c.
Antoni Milwid (1755 – 1837) „Semper mi Jesu“
cantata for soprano, violin and b.c.
Stanisław Sylwester Szarzyński Sonata D–major
2 violins and b.c.
Giovanni Battista Luparini (about 1700) „In martirio crudele“
cantata for soprano, 2 violins and b.c.

 

Instrumentation: soprano, 2 violins, chamber organ / harpsichord, theorbo, viola da gamba / cello
 
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