• SU38212 Katalognummer
  • 099925382124 EAN
  • 1CD Format
  • 1950/2005 Utgivelsesr
  • P lager Tilgjengelighet

Czech Philharmonic Orchestra | Talich, Vclav

Talich, Vaclav

Dvoř | k, Antonin

Czech Philharmonic Orchestra




Antonín Dvořák

Slavonic Dances, Series I., Op. 46
1.         1 in C major (Presto). Furiant     04:04
2.         in E minor (Allegretto scherzando). Dumka     04:48
3.         in A flat major (Poco allegro). Polka     04:10
4.         in F major (Tempo di minuetto). Sousedská     06:54
5.         in A major (Allegro vivace). Skočná     03:19
6.         in D major (Allegretto scherzando). Sousedská     05:55
7.         in C minor (Allegro assai). Skočná     03:39
8.         in G minor (Presto). Furiant     04:44

Slavonic Dances, Series II., Op. 72
9.         in B major (Molto vivace). Odzemek     04:27
10.         in E minor (Allegretto grazioso). Mazur     06:43
11.         in F major (Allegro). Skočná     03:20
12.         in D flat major (Allegretto grazioso). Dumka     04:51
13.         in B flat minor (Poco adagio. Vivace). Špacírka     02:44
14.         in B flat major (Moderato, quasi minuetto). Polonéza     03:53
15.         in C major (Presto). Srbské kolo     03:21
16.         in A flat major (Lento grazioso, quasi tempo di valse). Sousedská     07:30

17.         Slavonic Dance, No. 15 - the unique proof with Talich (Talich during the recording session on July 8, 1950)     03:58

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The exuberant start of a special edition dedicated to a conducting legend of the 20th century-Václav Talich.
- 16 Slavonic Dances in an extraordinary interpretation by Václav Talich and the Czech Philharmonic from the historic 1950 Supraphon recording.
- A version which established the interpretational tradition of the Slavonic Dances, admired in its time and still magical today.
- Talich's Dvořák not as "a musician who writes dance music, but as a poet of rhythm."
- The eight Slavonic Dances from 1878 (originally for piano, four hands) were one of Dvořák's first steps towards world renown. "A divine naturalness flows through this music. Not a trace of anything mechanical or forced," wrote one critic. Dvořák wrote an additional eight dances in 1886 when he was already a famous composer, and later orchestrated both sets.


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