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Karel Ančerl, The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra - Má Vlast (Bedřich Smetana) flac album

Karel Ančerl, The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra - Má Vlast (Bedřich Smetana) flac album
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Má Vlast (Bedřich Smetana)
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Romantic
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1741 mb
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Karel Ančerl, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra : Smetana ‎– Má Vlast. Country: Czech Republic. Released: 01 Jul 2002. Nahráno ve Dvořákově síni pražského Rudolfina v lednu 1963. Recorded at the Rudolfinum Studio, Prague, in January, 1963. Design by JanAltonDesign, . Re-mastering - technical information: Digital Audio Workstation SADiE 24-96 (24 bit audio resolution) Digital Audio Effector Sony SDP-1000 Lexicon 480L - Digital Effect System Digital D-A Converter dCS 900 Cedar - restoration system.

Orchestra – The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Karel Ančerl, The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra - Má Vlast (Bedřich Smetana) ‎(2xLP). Supraphon, Supraphon.

Karel Ančerl, The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra - Má Vlast (Bedřich Smetana) ‎(2xLP). J 063. Smetana - Tschechische Philharmonie, Karel Ančerl. Smetana - Tschechische Philharmonie, Karel Ančerl - Mein Vaterland - Symphonische Dichtung ‎(2xLP, Album, Club). Photography By – Ing. Leopold Vydra, Ing. Miloš Nixbauer, Miroslav Renč. Recorded At The Supraphon Studio At The House Of Artists, Prague. Gatefold cover, a 20-page booklet is enclosed. Má Vlast ‎(2xLP, Mono, Club). Supraphon, Gramofonový Klub.

Czech Philharmonic, Czech Philharmonic Children´s Choir, Prague Philharmonic Choir, Karel Ančerl, Markéta Kühnová, Josef Veselka - Spring Symphony for Soprano, Alto and Tenor Soli, Mixed Chorus, Boys´ Choir and Orchestra, Op. 44,. XI. Part 3 - XI. Sound the Flute 01:27. Milada Šubrtová, Věra Soukupová, Beno Blachut, Czech Philharmonic, Czech Philharmonic Children´s Choir, Prague Philharmonic Choir, Karel Ančerl, Markéta Kühnová, Josef Veselka - Spring Symphony for Soprano, Alto and Tenor Soli, Mixed Chorus, Boys´ Choir and Orchestra, Op.

There is perhaps no Czech symphonic work outside of Dvorák's collection more widely recorded than Má Vlast, Bedrich Smetana's collection of tone poems about the physical Czech landscape. Yet there is no sense of convention about this reading with the king of all Czech ensembles, the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra: all of the six parts of Má Vlast are carefully shaped, and they're often thrilling. The mystery of the historical music of the castle in the opening "Vysehrad" is palpable. Sample perhaps "Vltava" (The Moldau), the second tone poem, the most familiar.

Karel Ančerl (1908 – 1973) leads the Czech Philharmonic in a splendid performance of Smetana's symphonic tone poem cycle "Ma vlast" from January 1963. The Prague studio recording was 24-bit remastered by the Czech Supraphon label in 2002, and it sounds great! Ančerl was from a Jewish family, and survived Auschwitz, where his wife and son were killed. He led the Czech Philharmonic from 1950 to 1968, when he emigrated to Canada. Bedřich Smetana (1824-1884) was a contemporary of Marx and Wagner, and as a young man participated in the 1848 uprising in Prague

The Česká filharmonie (Czech Philharmonic) is a Czech symphony orchestra based in Prague. The orchestra's principal concert venue is the Rudolfinum. The name "Czech Philharmonic Orchestra" appeared for the first time in 1894, as the title of the orchestra of the Prague National Theatre. It played its first concert under its current name on January 4, 1896 when Antonín Dvořák conducted his own compositions, but it did not become fully independent from the opera until 1901.

A cycle of symphonic poems recorded in the Smetana's Hall of Prague's Municipal House during The Prague Spring International Music Festival on 12th May 1968. Czech Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Karel Ančerl. Hudební režie, Recording director: Bohumil Čipera Zvuk, Sound: Jiří Kanzelsberger Výroba, Executive producer: Olga Sommerová Kamera, Director of Photography: Milan Macků.

Tracklist

A1 Vltava
A2 Šárka
B1 Vyšehrad
C1 Z Českých Luhů A Hájů
C2 Tábor
D1 Blaník

Credits

  • Composed By – Bedřich Smetana
  • Conductor – Karel Ančerl
  • Orchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*

Notes

Made in Czechoslovakia

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Manufacturing Date Code): 68 2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DV 5956-57 Bedřich Smetana Má Vlast ‎(2xLP, Mono, Club) Supraphon, Gramofonový Klub DV 5956-57 Czechoslovakia 1963
SV 8100, SV 8101 Bedřich Smetana Má Vlast ‎(2xLP, RP) Supraphon, Supraphon SV 8100, SV 8101 Czechoslovakia 1973
80 187 XK Friedrich Smetana* Mein Vaterland ‎(2xLP) Supraphon 80 187 XK Germany Unknown
J 063 Smetana* - Tschechische Philharmonie*, Karel Ančerl Smetana* - Tschechische Philharmonie*, Karel Ančerl - Mein Vaterland - Symphonische Dichtung ‎(2xLP, Album, Club) Supraphon J 063 Germany Unknown
DV 5956-57 Bedřich Smetana Má Vlast ‎(2xLP, Mono, Club) Supraphon DV 5956-57 Czechoslovakia 1982