Welcome to chamber music lovers

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New releases

New releases

Discover new releases from Praga Digitals
Quartets

Quartets

Discover four world-class quartets : the Prazak, the Kocian, the Parkanyi (ex-Orlando) and the Zemlinsky
Quintets

Quintets

Quintets for piano and strings by Reicha, Brahms, Bloch or Dohnanyi, Wind quintets by Beethoven, Français, Poulenc or Prokoviev, Mozart quintets...
Trios

Trios

From Mozart to Shostakovitch, including Schubert, Beethoven and Dvorak complete trios by the famous Guarneri Trio Prague. An the youger generation too with the Janacek Trio (in Schnittke recording) and Kinsky Trio Prague (complete piano trio of Bohuslav Martinu). Discover the Beethoven (String) Trio with works of Beethoven, Schubert or Dohnanyi.
Sonatas

Sonatas

From Bach to Bartok, many violin, cello, viola and other sonatas by the best musicians

Cello

Cello

Cellist of the famous Prazak Quartet, Michal Kanka is also a great international soloist. He recorded for Praga Digitals more than 20 CDs from classical masterworks (Brahms, Beethoven, Martinu, Kodaly, Rachmaninov, Prokofiev, Schubert) to least known masterpieces....from Anton Rubinstein to Mieczyslaw Weinberg.
Viola

Viola

Discover this wonderful, strong and warm instrument, too long in the shadow, which Brahms, Reger, Bach and all the great composers of the 20th century give finally it rightful place. Try the wonderful viola concerto (2003-2004) of Jindrich Feld (1925-2007), one of the greatest Czech composer, with this extraordinary orchestration. Probably the best viola concert ever written.
Piano

Piano

Fascinating piano transcripts by the Prague Piano Duo, but also the finest czech pianist tradition with Ivan Klansky, Jaromir Klepac or Slávka Pěchočová

Ensembles

Ensembles

Here you will find works for various ensembles: concertos (Kozeluch, Saint-Saëns...), chamber ensembles (octets, sextets...) vocal works (Shnittke's requiem, Martinu songs, Rachmaninov Vespers...) even the recent release of a concert by Mvravinsky in 1959.