Concerto for Viola and Orchestra in D major, Op. 1

Andante moderato

  • Recorded: 6th April 1995
  • Record Place: The Martínek Studio, Prague
  • First Release: 1995
  • (P) 1995 SUPRAPHON a.s.
  • Genre: Chamber Music


  • music by: Carl Philipp Stamitz
  • viola: Jan Pěruška
  • conductor: Jiří Bělohlávek
  • musical group: Prague Philharmonia


Jan Pěruška, Prague Philharmonia, Jiří Bělohlávek

Stamitz & sons: Viola Concertos

Catalogue Number: SU 3929-2
Published: 20th April 2007
First release: Panton, 1995
Genre: Chamber Music
Format: 1 CD
The name of Czech composer Jan Václav Stamic is closely connected to a number of basic musical-historical terms, for example, the Mannheim School, Classical style, cyclic sonata form and the symphony. His sons Carl and Anton followed in their father's footsteps as outstanding instrumentalists and composers, and the contributions of the Stamic (or Stamitz, in German) family were fundamental to the rise of a new musical style in the second half of the 18th century. These viola concertos by all three Stamitzes were recorded by Jan Peruška, longtime 1st viola of the Prague Symphonists and member of the famous Stamic Quartet, accompanied by the Prague Philharmonia and conductor Jiří Bělohlávek.
Carl Philipp Stamitz
Concerto for Viola and Orchestra in D major, Op. 1
1. Allegro (non troppo) 10:51
2. Andante moderato 06:06
3. Rondo (Allegretto) 04:13
Johann Wenzel Stamitz
Concerto for Viola and Orchestra in G major
4. Allegro 05:40
5. Adagio 05:44
6. Presto 04:32
Anton Stamitz
Concerto for Viola and Orchestra in B flat major
7. Allegro 08:20
8. Romance 06:41
9. Rondo 05:48