10. Adam Michna z Otradovic - První píseň adventní
11. Anonym - Pastorale
12. Giovanni Battista Bassani - Nascere, dive puellule
13. Johann Sebastian Bach - Air
14. Johann Sebastian Bach - Chorál z kantáty BWV 147
15. Antonio Vivaldi - Winter (Largo)
16. Carl Ph. Emanuel Bach - Solfeggietto
17. Marin Marais - La folie espagne
18. Georg Friedrich Händel - árie "Süsse stille"
19. Marin Marais - Le Basque
20. Franz Schubert - Ave Maria
21. Charles Gounod - Ave Maria
22. Traditional - Adeste fideles
23. Adam Michna z Otradovic - Vánoční noc
24. Czech Christmas Carols (arr. J.Krček)
a) Žežulka z lesa vylítla
b) Byla cesta ušlapaná
c) Pochválen buď Ježíš Kristus
Total time 59:12
Daniela Demuthová - mezzosoprano
studied classical singing at the Prague Conservatoire (with Prof. Vodičková) and went on with her studies of singing with Prof. Smoláková. As a guest singer she took part in concerts of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Kent Nagano. This collaboration as well as her rendering of Abbess in the concert interpretation of Puccini's Suor Angelica in the Canary Islands in 2005 ranks indisputably among the most important projects. In December 2007, she participated together with žofie Vokálková (flautist) and the Pilsen Philharmonic orchestra in the Christmas gala concert in the Dvořák Hall of the Rudolfinum in Prague. The concert was sold out. In 2010, she excelled on a similar occasion, accom-panied by the Prague Symphony Orchestra. In 2005, she founded together with Zbyňka Šolcová and Jan Machat (now Žofie Vokálková is a member of this trio). The MUSICA DOLCE VITA has given almost three hundred concerts and recorded three CDs. She has also collaborated on many other CDs.
Žofie Vokálková - flute
graduated from the Prague Conservatoire (class of Prof. František Malotín) in 1992, then continued her studies with Christian Lardé in France and graduated in James Galway's master courses. Among the most important prizes she has won is first prize in the "Concertino Praga" international competition, third prize in the "Pacem in terris" international competition of the winners of European competitions in Germany and the "Capital of Prague Prize" in The Prague Spring competition. In September 2000 she was the first European to receive the Special Prize in the "Web Concert Hall Competition" in New York. She has made a number of recital and concert appearances with orchestras at home as well as abroad (France, Germany, Greece, Spain, Austria, USA, Japan etc.) and often appears at important festivals. The prestigious American Concert Artist agency has chosen her to exclusively represent the agency in the USA. Since 1999 žofie Vokálková has recorded several solo CDs for the Dutch label HLM (e.g.Vivaldi's six Concertos Op. 10, "Mosaique for Golden Flute" and "Mozart in Prague" and has been giving regular master courses and making concert tours of Europe, USA and Japan.
Zbyňka Šolcová - harp
studied at the Academy of Music in Prague in the class of the legendary harpist - professor Libuše Váchalová. As a student she won first prize in the competition of chamber ensembles in Neerpelt (Belgium) in the duo with the harpist Jana Boušková. She has devoted her music career to chamber and solo performance. In the course of years she has collaborated with many outstanding interprets and chamber ensembles (e.g. Virtuosi di Praga). She has participated in radio and television recording, made CDs in the Czech republic and abroad. She has given solo concerts in most European countries and in the USA. During her 15 year long career in the Rozmberska orchestra she could show her wide range and knowledge of many music styles. She also played many period musical instruments and made five CDs. She has experience in popular music too (collaboration with Mrs. Eva Pilarová). Zbyňka Šolcová also writes poetry. In 2005 she published a collection of poems "Feeling and Sensation".