Fortepiano Music of Jan Voríšek

A Bohemian Composer In Beethoven's Vienna

Performed by Randall Love

Recorded at Duke University, Baldwin Auditorium, January, 1993.

The fortepiano is a copy of an 1815 Nannette Streicher by Thomas and Barbara Wolf, 1989.

Recording Engineer: Dwight Robinette
Design: Sheryl Fletcher
Cover art: Johann Georg von Dillis (1759 - 1841), View of the Tegernsee Looking Towards the Quirinus Chapel.
Total playing time: 73:07


  • Four Impromptus from opus 7 (1822)
  • Five Rhapsodies from opus 1 (1818)
  • Fantasia, opus 12 (1817 - 1822)
  • Eclogue in C Major (undated)

About the Performer

Randall Love has been a member of the music faculty at Duke University since 1982. He has been heard widely across the United States as both a soloist and chamber player. Recent performances include appearances at the Boston Early Music Festival, the Smithsonian Institution, and the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Chalston, South Carolina.

A native of Colorado, Mr. Love received his musical training at the Oberlin Conservatory and the New England Conservatory. He has participated in masterclasses given by Malcolm Bilson, Jos van Immerseel, and Paul Badura-Skoda.

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