From the treasure troves of Czech musical collections
(W. A. Mozart, J. L. Dussek, J. K. Krumpholtz, J.-L. Tulou, J.-F. Naderman)
Masumi Nagasawa – harp (Japan)
Jana Semerádová – flauto traverso (Czech Republic)
Sunday 30 July 2006, 8.00 pm
Czech Museum of Music, Karmelitská 2/4, Praha 1
The Czech-Japanese duo appeared in a delightful programme comprising music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his contemporaries, presented in a delicate wrapping. The authors of the presented pieces, preserved in Prague musical collections, were virtuosos on the harp (Jean-Baptiste Krumpholtz, Jean Francois Joseph Naderman) or the flute (Jean-Louis Tulou). the listeners got acquainted with the successors of the French harpist tradition, with the refined sound of the classicist flute, but above all with the copies of historical instruments for which the pieces had been composed.