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Dvořák*, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Cond. Karel Šejna - The Most Popular Slavonic Dances (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The Czech orchestra in those days possessed a very individual sound with burbling clarinets, rustic double-reeded woodwind, warm toned horns, thin and penetrating trumpets, full-toned lower strings but topped with edgy violins. They also played with great precision and commitment under their chief conductor, Karel Ancerl/5(16).
  2. Antonín Dvořák - Svatá Ludmila, Czech Philharmonic, Jakub Hrůša (Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Conductor:Karel Šejna) Czech Symphony Orchestra & Philharmonic .
  3. Mar 19,  · Česká filharmonie (Czech Philharmonic Orchestra) is a symphony orchestra based in Prague and is most well known and respected orchestra in Czechia. In the long term belongs to the top of best orchestras in Europe in a survey organized by the French magazine Le Monde de la Musique.
  4. Orchestra biography. The year-old Czech Philharmonic gave its first concert – an all Dvořák programme which included the world première of his Biblical Songs, Nos. conducted by the composer himself - in the famed Rudolfinum Hall on 4 January
  5. That night, an orchestra was born. years later, the Czech Philharmonic is going strong—and Dvořák’s music is second nature. Experience the Czech master as never before in a program that includes Dvořák’s stormy Seventh Symphony, and the Cello Concerto played by the “superb” (BBC Music Magazine) Alisa Weilerstein.
  6. History. The name "Czech Philharmonic Orchestra" appeared for the first time in , as the title of the orchestra of the Prague National Theatre. It played its first concert under its current name on January 4, when Antonín Dvořák conducted his own compositions, but it did not become fully independent from the opera until The first representative concert took place on October.
  7. It is exciting to have the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra performing such a large proportion of Dvořák’s orchestral music. Reference to past recordings of his repertoire brings magnificent readings with this ensemble – notably by Ančerl, Kubelík, Neumann, Pešek, Šejna, Smetáček and Talich. When it comes to the soloist, vibrato seems to be an integral part of Alisa Weilerstein’s.
  8. The Česká filharmonie is a Czech symphony orchestra based in Prague. The orchestra's principal concert venue is the Rudolfinum. Slavonic Dances, Series I., Op. 46, B - Dumka - Allegretto.
  9. Dvořák*, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Cond. Karel Šejna: Dvořák*, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Cond. Karel Šejna - The Most Popular Slavonic Dances ‎ (LP) Supraphon: 1 10 Czechoslovakia: Sell This Version.

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