Discography

Solo/Duo

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March 2018

Coming soon..

Jadran Duncumb (Baroque lute) on Audax Records

Sonatas by Weiss and Hasse

October 2017 

Bach & Weiss

Johannes Pramsohler (baroque violin)/Jadran Duncumb (baroque lute) – Audax Records

Solo suites by Bach and Weiss and the Suite BWV1025 for lute and violin

Nominated for the German Record Critics Award 2018 and for the International Classical Music Award

CD of the month in Japanese Record Geijutsu

“The entire programme is exquisitely played.” Pizzicato Magazine

“From the very first note this CD enthrals not only with a luxuriously beautiful sound but with an exciting balance of freedom and precision. An exquisite album.” Frankfurter Allgemeine

“Die Aufnahme besticht durch Präzision und der zurückgenommene Klangcharakter beeindruckt tief.”
5 KKKKK vom RBB

“Pour l’audace de ses choix, pour sa variété, pour la fermeté de son assise technique, ce disque propose quelque chose d’original, de plaisant et de stimulant.” Le Babillard

“A well-planned disc by two performers at the top of their game.” Musicweb-international

Ein wunderbar stimmiges Album… so ein Zeitgenosse!” CD-Tipp from Bayerische Rundfunk

Excepcional – Scherzo Magazine, Spain

Assassini, Assassinati

Kinga Ujszaszi (baroque violin)/Jadran Duncumb (theorbo) – Ambronay Editions

Music by Albertini, Mealli, Stradella, Castaldi..

Doris Blaich, SWR2 on Assassini, Assassinati

“The minimalistic approach goes against today’s trend of large stage formations for this music – where if possible, in addition to a cembalo, a dulcimer, an organ and a bit of exotic percussion are welcome. This can be nice, but also their way has something going for it. The recorded sound, where almost every breath is heard gives the impression that one is completely alone in the room with the musicians. With Kinga Ujszaszi’s wonerfully flexible violin playing, and Jadran Duncumb’s unbelievably imaginative theorbo playing – his instrument at times radiating ethereally, at times raspingly marking the basses: with this wealth of plucking and ‘beating’ techniques techniques, one at no point misses a harpsichord or cello, and can simply enjoy their togetherness!”

“Their very first disc is a winner in every respect!” – Johan van Veen, Musicweb International

Chamber groups

Recordare Venezia

Barokkanerne – Lawo Classics

Venetian sonatas and concertos by Vivaldi, Legrenzi, Marini and Castello

Airs Sérieux – Jean Baptiste de Bousset

Le Jardin Secret, Elizabeth Dobbin – Fuga Libera

Montanari – Violin Concertos

Ensemble Diderot, Johannes Pramsohler – Audax Records