Camerloher / Eglhuber: Solo Per la Gallichone

Camerloher / Eglhuber SKU: 36631513
Camerloher / Eglhuber: Solo Per la Gallichone

Camerloher / Eglhuber: Solo Per la Gallichone

Camerloher / Eglhuber SKU: 36631513

Format: CD

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Title: Solo Per la Gallichone
Artist: Camerloher / Eglhuber
Label: Oehms
UPC: 4260330918949
Genre: Classical Artists

Far away from the metropolis of Munich, music culture also blossomed at the court of the prince bishop of Freising: in his role as episcopal Kapellmeister, Placidus von Camerloher shaped the city's musical life for almost forty years. To mark the 300th birthday of the composer, lutenist Christoph Eglhuber has compiled and recorded his Compositions for Solo Lute. Most of them are world premiere recordings. Eglhuber is joined here by Hans Bruderl, Theona Gubba-Chkeidze, Angelika Fichter and Sabina Lehrmann. Christoph Eglhuber attended the artistic Camerloher Grammar School in Freising. There followed studies at Munich Music Academy and at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich. During this time, he also specialized in performing on period plucked instruments, in particular on basso continuo and ensemble performance with different types of lute and theorbos, up to and including early guitars. He has been an associate professor at the Department of Musicology and Music Education of Regensburg University since 2001.


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