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Requiem • Collegium 1704


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Programme

J. D. Zelenka
Miserere in c ZWV 57
De profundis in d ZWV 97

W. A. Mozart
Adagio und Fuge in c KV 546
Requiem in d KV 626

Performers

Veronika Rovná soprano 
Margherita Maria Sala alto 
Krystian Adam tenor 
Krešimir Stražanac bass

Václav Luks conductor 

Collegium 1704
Collegium Vocale 1704

Photo illustrating the event Requiem • Collegium 1704

Rudolfinum — Dvořák Hall

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart often sought inspiration from the works of the baroque masters, and it is not only his sacred works that reveal a fascination with baroque counterpoint. This is most apparent in his unfinished Requiem, a work surrounded by legends. The case was similar with Jan Dismas Zelenka – in his Miserere in C minor he even goes so far as to quote verbatim Frescobaldi’s ricercar from the collection Fiori musicali. The contrast between Zelenka’s visionary musical language and the counterpoint of the early baroque period creates a fascinating musical body of emotional depth.

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