M. A. Charpentier – Te Deum
W. A. Mozart – A Little Night Music (selection)
W. A. Mozart – Pamina´s aria (Magic Flute)
or Queen of the Night (Magic Flute)
J. Pachelbel – Canon in D Major
A. Dvořák – Slavonic Dance No. 8
Ch. Gounod – Ave Maria
T. Albinoni – Adagio in g minor
J. S. Bach – Toccata and fuga d minor
A. Dvořák – Biblical song No. 4
B. Smetana – Moldau
A. Vivaldi – Four Seasons (Spring and Winter)
W. A. Mozart – Alleluja (from Exsultate jubilate)
Duration: 65 minutes
The concert has no intermission.
LISTEN TO PEARLS OF CLASSICAL MUSIC in Lobkowicz Palace‘s beautifully decorated concert hall with impressive 17th-century painted stucco ceilings. Professional musicians, including members of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, play for your pleasure during the Prague Castle visit.
St. Nicholas Church on the Old Town Square in Prague is famous for its unique acoustics, where every visitor enjoy the charm of Baroque church with a pleasant listening to classical music concerts, which have become longlasting and popular tradition. Guarantee The quality of these concerts is guaranteed by selection of artists, who works from outside the other in the National Theatre or in Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.
Organ concerts at Knights of the Cross are drafted as one hour long coherent programmes. Besides compositions of world known masters of baroque and classicism period, sounds regularly music of Czech authors. Popular dramaturgy by listeners however artistic valuable completes rich sound of organ and its combination with solo instruments or song, so listener is still surprised by new colours and sound variations. Usually three artists perform at the concerts – soloists of our prominent opera and orchestra bodies, pedagogues of the Academy of music and drama and Prague conservatory.
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