• SU43082 Katalognummer
  • 099925430825 EAN
  • 15CD Format
  • 1949-1968/2022 Utgivelsesĺr
  • Pĺ lager Tilgjengelighet

Artist
Ancerl, Karel | Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dirigent
Ancerl, Karel | Veselka, Josef

Medvirkende
Suk, Josef (violin) | Chuchro, Josef (cello) | Panenka, Jan (piano) | Plocek, Alexandr (violin) | Novák, Géza (flute) | Patras, Karel (harp) | Mráz, Ladislav (bass) | Danco, Suzanne (soprano) | Novák, Jan & Nováková, Eliška (piano) | Holzknecht, Václav (piano) | Jílek, Zdeně | k (piano) | Domanínská, Libuše (soprano) | etc

Komponist
Various composers

Ensemble
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra | Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra | Prague Philharmonic Choir | Smetana Quartet

Sjanger
Orkester

Plateselskap
Supraphon

Verk

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (1756-1791)
Adagio in E major for Violin and Orchestra, K 261
Violin Concerto No. 5 in A major, K 219
Concerto for Flute, Harp, and Orchestra in C major, K 299

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN (1770–1827)
Coriolan, Op. 62
Triple Concerto for Violin, Cello, Piano and Orchestra in C major, Op. 56
Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 36
Symphony No. 8 in F major, Op. 93.

FELIX MENDELSSOHN-BARTHOLDY (1809–1847)
Symphony No. 4 in A major, Op. 90 ‘Italian’

MODEST PETROVICH MUSSORGSKY (1839–1881)
Songs and Dances of Death

BEDŘICH SMETANA (1824–1884)
Má vlast

ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK (1841–1904)
Scherzo capriccioso, Op. 66
Symphony No. 7 in D minor, Op. 70
Symphony No. 8 in G major, Op. 88
Biblical Songs, Op. 99

JOSEF BOHUSLAV FOERSTER (1859–1951)
Symphony No. 4 in C minor, Op. 54 ‘Easter Eve’

VÍTĚZSLAV NOVÁK (1870–1949)
Autumn Symphony, Op. 62,
Pan, Op. 43

JOSEF SUK (1874–1935)
Asrael, Op. 27
Ripening, Op. 34

CLAUDE DEBUSSY (1862–1918)
La mer
Nocturnes

MAURICE RAVEL (1875–1937)
Shéhérazade
Rapsodie espagnole

RICHARD STRAUSS (1864–1949)
Don Juan, Op. 20

EDWARD ELGAR (1857–1934)
Introduction and Allegro for Strings, Op. 47

RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS (1872–1958)
Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis

WALTER PISTON (1894–1976)
Toccata for Orchestra

IGOR STRAVINSKY (1882–1971)
Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments

SERGEY PROKOFIEV (1891–1953)
Scythian Suite, Op. 20

PAUL HINDEMITH (1895–1963)
Philharmonisches Konzert

WITOLD LUTOSŁAWSKI (1913–1994)
Musique funèbre

BOHUSLAV MARTINŮ (1890–1959)
Concerto grosso, H 263
Symphony No. 1, H 289

ERVÍN SCHULHOFF (1894–1942)
The Communist Manifesto – Oratorio

MILOSLAV KABELÁČ (1908–1979)
Symphony No. 5 in B flat minor "Drammatica", Op. 41

IŠA KREJČÍ (1904-1968)
Symphony No. 1 in D,
Symphony No. 3 in D

JAROSLAV JEŽEK (1906–1942)
Phantasy for Piano and Orchestra

JAN NOVÁK (1921–1984)
Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra

JIŘÍ PAUER (1919–2007)
Rhapsody for Orchestra

JINDŘICH FELD (1925–2007)
Concerto for Orchestra

JAN KLUSÁK (*1934)
Variations on a Theme by Gustav Mahler

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Produktbeskrivelse

Recorded at Dvořák Hall of the Rudolfinum, Smetana Hall of the Municipal House and Studio 1 of the Prague Radio between years 1949 and 1968. Karel Ančerl. One of the most important conductors of post-war Europe. A man who survived the Nazi concentration camps and the avowed anti-Semitism of communist Czechoslovakia. An artist who, through enormous patience and dedication, built the Czech Philharmonic into a world-class orchestra and introduced it successfully at the most important concert halls. From 2002 to 2008, Supraphon issued the highly acclaimed Ančerl Gold Edition with the bulk of his artistic legacy, containing nearly his complete studio recordings with the Czech Philharmonic on 48 CDs. But that was far from everything. Hidden in the archive of Czech Radio, there is a wealth of concert recordings that gives us a more complete picture of this conductor. From that treasury, on 15 CDs, Supraphon has selected repertoire of which studio recordings were not made; that repertoire covers a broad range from Mozart to works by Ančerl’s contemporaries. The recordings include masterpieces by Dvořák (Symphonies Nos. 7 and 8, Biblical Songs) and Suk (Asrael, Ripening), music by composers admired and promoted by Ančerl (Martinů Symphony No. 1 and Kabeláč Symphony No. 5), and major works of the worldwide 20th-century repertoire (Debussy, Ravel, Strauss, Prokofiev etc.). The only exception of a “duplication” of a studio recording is Smetana’s Má vlast.
This taping of a Prague Spring Festival concert in May 1968 was one of the last recordings Ančerl made before his definitive departure for Toronto. The concert recordings from the years 1949-1968 document the maturing of this remarkable artist perhaps even more clearly than his studio legacy.

Previously unreleased recordings by one of the great conductors of the 20th century

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