This final volume in Hogwood's edition of the keyboard sonatas of Kozeluch contains Nos. 38-50. With an introduction in English, Czech, and German. Appendix. Critical commentary. Thematic index for the complete four volumes.
Composers: Anton Eberl, Anton Fils, Carl Stamitz, Christian Cannabich, Evaristo Dall'Abaco, Ignaz Fränzl, Johann Baptist Vanhal, Johann Stamitz, Leopold Antonin Kozeluch, Pietro Antonio Locatelli. On six CDs.
A five disc set of symphonies by five classical-era compsers. Matthias Bamert conducts the London Mozart Players.
This disc contains Kozeluch's sonatas nos. 5-8.
Two discs of keyboard music by Kozeluch.
This disc features four sonatas for solo piano by Kozeluch.
This volume contains Kozeluch's sonatas 17-20, and features world premiere recordings of the sonatas 19 and 20.
The music of Kozeluch is performed by Monika Knoblochova, fortepiano; Jana Semeradova, flute; and Hana Flekova, cello.
This volume contains Kozeluch's Sonatas 25-37. With an introduction in English, Czech and German. Critical commentary. Facsimile plates. Thematic index.
Vanryne performs music by Johann Baptist Schiedermayr, Verdi, Conradin Kreutzer, Leopold Anton Kozeluch, Friedrich Dionys Weber, and Joseph Fiala. With the Cologne Academy. SACD.
Contents: I. Moderato -- II. Adagio -- III. Rondo. With editor's notes. This edition is based on a manuscript set of parts dating from 1794, held in the Uniwersytet Wroclawski.
This is the first of two entertaning serenades by Kozeluch, originally published as a set of parts by Chez Andre. This edition is based on the original publication. With a preface in German and English.
The second of two Serenatas by Kozeluch, which fall comfortably into the category of festive entertainment music. This edition is based on the first printing. With a preface in German and English.
This volume contains Kozeluch's keyboard sonatas nos. 13-24. With an introduction in English, Czech and German. Facsimile plates. Critical commentary. Index. Autographs do not survive for any of these works. This edition is based on first editions from various publishers.
Edited by Christoph Dohr. Kozeluch composed this piece around 1784. The music is in three movements: Adagio-Allegro, Adagio, and Rondo Allegro. With notes in German and a facsimile of the original frontspiece.
In three movements. With a preface in German, English and French. This work was originally composed by Kozeluch for bassoon. This arrangement is scored for viola with two oboes, two horns, and strings.