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"Not a disc for the timorous … a recital of ceaseless striving for the essence of the baroque ideal." read full review…

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I am delighted to announce that Sane & Able, who designed my website, are winners of the 2013/14 Music Design Awards. My website was recognised as the winner in the genre of ‘Art/Classical’ for its outstanding design in the music industry. Well done! Check them out at…

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News: ***** from Concerti magazine

29th January 2014

Johannes' new CD with Philippe Grisvard gets a five-star review in the January issue of the german magazine 'Concerti'. Read the full review from Concerti (in German) here…

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News: Kulturradio RBB – Review

7th November 2013

Johannes Pramsohler und sein Begleiter, der französische Cembalist Philippe Grisvard, beherrschen die musikalische Rhetorik des Barock perfekt. Sie fügen die kunstvollen Verzierungen (die zum größten Teil nicht in der Partitur stehen) organisch und wie beiläufig ein, dass es nur so blitzt und funkelt; alles wirkt leicht und beiläufig, aber nie hingepfuscht. Vieles scheint spontan und improvisiert zu sein – ganz im Sinne der barocken Musizierpraxis. Ganz ohne Vibrato lässt Pramsohler dem Klang seiner 200…

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Music, News: New Album

16th September 2013

After his recording debut with violin concertos from Dresden Johannes Pramsohler releases his second CD and takes on a new challenge: launching his own label, Audax Records, where he aims to give forgotten and neglected masterworks a befitting place. With a thoroughly researched musicological programme of violin sonatas by Corelli, Telemann, Leclair, Handel and Albicastro, Johannes commemorates Arcangelo Corelli's death and pays hommage to one of the key figures in music history. Corelli published his violin…

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Johannes' CD Pisendel – Violin concertos from Dresden has been recommended and hailed as 'exceptional' in the October issue of the Spanish music magazine 'Scherzo'. Read the full review from Scherzo (in Spanish) here…

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