On this album you are able to hear Czech music by composers Krumpholtz and Dussek performed on the single-action harp of their era: the Louis XVI. Model from the year 1779 built by the Parisian harp builders Renault & Chatelain and restored - exactly 240 years later, in 2019 - by the German harp builder Rainer Thurau. This album is historically the Czech Republic's first played on an original 18th century single-action harp. Barbora Placha is a young artist who both plays classical music and participates in multi-genre projects. She has completed her studies at the Prague Conservatory, the Royal Conservatory in Brussels and the Norwegian Academy of Music in the harp class with Isabelle Perrin.
On this album you are able to hear Czech music by composers Krumpholtz and Dussek performed on the single-action harp of their era: the Louis XVI. Model from the year 1779 built by the Parisian harp builders Renault & Chatelain and restored - exactly 240 years later, in 2019 - by the German harp builder Rainer Thurau. This album is historically the Czech Republic's first played on an original 18th century single-action harp. Barbora Placha is a young artist who both plays classical music and participates in multi-genre projects. She has completed her studies at the Prague Conservatory, the Royal Conservatory in Brussels and the Norwegian Academy of Music in the harp class with Isabelle Perrin.
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Format: CD
Label: ACDV
Rel. Date: 04/17/2020
UPC: 8594029812161

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Artist: Dussek / Barbora Placha
Format: CD
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On this album you are able to hear Czech music by composers Krumpholtz and Dussek performed on the single-action harp of their era: the Louis XVI. Model from the year 1779 built by the Parisian harp builders Renault & Chatelain and restored - exactly 240 years later, in 2019 - by the German harp builder Rainer Thurau. This album is historically the Czech Republic's first played on an original 18th century single-action harp. Barbora Placha is a young artist who both plays classical music and participates in multi-genre projects. She has completed her studies at the Prague Conservatory, the Royal Conservatory in Brussels and the Norwegian Academy of Music in the harp class with Isabelle Perrin.