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A time travel into the 18th century - at the emperor's palace there is a demand for variety - artists on uncommon instruments are wanted. In the years from 1769 till 1771 Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736-1809) composed three double concerts for Jaw Harp and mandora (a lute-like string instrument) in D, F and E major.
The only still existing classical concerts for Jaw Harp at all!
The Jaw Harp virtuoso Albin Paulus (Austria) plays all in all 15 different tuned Jaw Harps from Germany and Hungary, four to six instruments simultaneously (held in both hands) in each concert.
The set includes a digital (dts) surround CD, too! Using an appropriate player you can listen to a spacial acoustic picture of the concerts.
Albin Paulus: Jaw Harp
Pietro Prosser: Mandora
Enrico Baiano: Cembalo & Organ
Piccolo Concerto Wien, Conductor: Roberto Sensi
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