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Life with Czech Music

Verfasser*in: Suche nach Verfasser*in Dvorák, Antonín; Smetana, Bedrich; Ceská Filharmonie; Prague Symphony Orchestra
Verfasser*innenangabe: Dvorák , Smetana ; Sir Charles Mackerras [Dirigent]
Jahr: 2010 (1999-2009)
Verlag: Prag, Supraphon
Mediengruppe: Compact Disc


Vorbestellen Zweigstelle: 07., Urban-Loritz-Pl. 2a Standorte: CD.01D Dvorák / College 5a - Szene / Sammlung Duffek Status: Verfügbar Frist: Vorbestellungen: 0


Antonín Dvorák:
CD 1:
Slavonic Dances Ist Series, Op. 46 (B. 83, 1878);
Slavonic Dances IInd Series, Op. 72 (B. 147, 1886-87);
CD 2:
Symphonic Variations, Op. 78 (B. 70, 1877);
Symphony No. 6 in D major, Op. 60 (B. 112, 1880);
CD 3:
Symphony No. 8 in G major, Op. 88 (B. 163, 1889);
Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Op. 95 "From the New World" (B. 178, 1893);
CD 4:
Legends, Op. 59 (B. 122, 1881);
Scherzo capriccioso, Op. 66 (B. 131, 1883);
In Nature's Realm - concert overture, Op. 91 (B. 168, 1891);
CD 5:
Symphonic Poems after Karel Jaromír Erben (1896):
The Water Goblin Op. 107 (B. 195);
The Noon Witch Op. 108 (B. 196);
The Golden Spinning Wheel Op. 109 (B. 197);
The Wild Dove Op. 110 (B. 198);
CD 6:
Bedrich Smetana: My Country (a cycle of symphonic poems) (Má vlast) [Mein Vaterland]:
1. Vysehrad; 2. Vltava [Die Moldau]; 3. Sárka; 4. Z ceských luhu a háju [Aus Böhmens Hain und Flur]; 5. Tábor; 6. Blaník.


Verfasser*innenangabe: Dvorák , Smetana ; Sir Charles Mackerras [Dirigent]
Jahr: 2010 (1999-2009)
Verlag: Prag, Supraphon
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Systematik: Suche nach dieser Systematik CD.01D
Interessenkreis: Suche nach diesem Interessenskreis Sammlung Duffek
Beschreibung: 6 CDs (7:21:08) : DDD, Stereo + 1 Beiheft (35 Seiten) in Box
Schlagwörter: CD, Ouvertüre, Scherzo, Sinfonie, Sinfonische Dichtung, Slawischer Tanz, Tanz, Variation, Abwandlung, CDs, Dance (eng), Dancing (eng), Ouverture, Scherzettino (Quasisynonym), Scherzetto (Quasisynonym), Sinfonien, Symphonie, Symphonische Dichtung, Tanzkultur, Tanzkunst, Tänze, Variierung
Beteiligte Personen: Suche nach dieser Beteiligten Person Mackerras, Charles
Fußnote: Interpreten: Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Sir Charles Mackerras (Conductor). - Bestellnummer: SU 4041-2. - Anmerkung: "He was an amazing musician. There can be very few conductors who can manage stylistically the breadth that he did. But I think my favourite contribution from him was bringing Czech music to the West." This is the opera star Renee Fleming's glowing description of Sir Charles Mackerras, whose long and incredibly fruitful conducting career and life ended at the age of 84 this July. Indeed, over the past few decades Czech music has not had a more vigorous advocate and champion in the world, nor a greater fan and connoisseur. "I am a great fan of Dvorak's music because it always seemed to me that, apart from Mozart, Dvorak is the greatest composer ... He wrote these symphonies, he wrote tone poems, he wrote operas, he wrote chamber music, he wrote songs, he wrote religious music, everything ... He's just the greatest composer, except Mozart perhaps." Throughout the music world, Mackerras's name is synonymous with Czech music itself - Janacek in particular. Sir Charles fatefully encountered Janacek during the very first days of his studies with Vaclav Talich in Prague. Subsequently, he introduced Janacek to the wider world. "Nobody needs me to say that Mozart and Handel are great composers, whereas they did need somebody to say that Janacek is a great composer too, and that's what I did. If I have achieved anything in my life, it is the propagation of Janacek." Supraphon had the truly great honour of co-operating with this superlative conductor until the very end. The albums featuring the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in particular have captured Mackerras's vision of a wide scale of works by the four greatest Czech composers. The list of awards these recordings have received is long [...] (Quelle:
Mediengruppe: Compact Disc