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Egino Klepper - Heinrich Iganz Franz Biber: Rosenkranz-Sonaten flac mp3
Performer:
Egino Klepper
Album:
Heinrich Iganz Franz Biber: Rosenkranz-Sonaten
Date of release:
2002
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1897 mb
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1149 mb
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1139 mb
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Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber: Rosenkranz-Sonaten (2 Cds). Released by Archiv Produktion Dec 2014 16 Tracks. Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber: Rosenkranz-Sonaten (2 Cds) is a English album released on Dec 2014. Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber: Rosenkranz-Sonaten (2 Cds) Album has 16 songs sung by Reinhard Goebel, Musica Antiqua Koln. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber: Rosenkranz-Sonaten (2 Cds) songs on Gaana.

5 Biber: Sonata V: The Finding In The Temple (From: 15 Mystery Sonatas) Reinhard Goebel 7:35. 6 Biber: Sonata VI: The Agony In The Garden (From: 15 Mystery Sonatas) Reinhard Goebel 7:3. 7 Biber: Sonata VII: The Scourging Of Jesu (From: 15 Mystery Sonatas) Reinhard Goebel 8:35. 8 Biber: Sonata VIII: The Crowning Of Jesus With Thorns (From: 15 Mystery Sonatas) Reinhard Goebel 5:59. 1 Biber: Sonata IX: Jesus Carries His Cross (From: 15 Mystery Sonatas) Reinhard Goebel 5:45.

This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Die Rosenkranz-Sonaten (Musica Antiqua Köln feat conductor: Reinhard Goebel). Recent albums by Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber von Bibern.

The Rosary Sonatas (Rosenkranzsonaten, also known as the Mystery Sonatas or Copper-Engraving Sonatas) by Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber are a collection of 15 short sonatas for violin and continuo, with a final passacaglia for solo violin. Each has a title related to the Christian Rosary devotion practice and possibly to the Feast of the Guardian Angels. It is presumed that the Mystery Sonatas were completed around 1676, but they were unknown until their publication in 1905.

Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber (12 August 1644 (baptised) – 3 May 1704) was a Bohemian-Austrian composer and violinist. Born in the small Bohemian town of Wartenberg (now Stráž pod Ralskem), Biber worked in Graz and Kremsier (now Kroměříž) before he illegally left his Kremsier employer, Prince-Bishop Carl korn, and settled in Salzburg. He remained there for the rest of his life, publishing much of his music but apparently seldom, if ever, giving concert tours.

Credits

Egino Klepper - Primary Artist