This album has received following awards: 5 diapasons, Diapason (2017) BBC Music Magazine September 2017 ****

  • SU42022 Katalognummer
  • 099925420222 EAN
  • 4CD Format
  • 2016 Utgivelsesår

This album has received following awards: 5 diapasons, Diapason (2017) BBC Music Magazine September 2017 ****
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Artist
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra | Ivanović | , Marko

Dirigent
Ivanović | , Marko

Medvirkende
Vykopalová, Pavla (soprano) | Silkenová, Lucie (soprano) | Dohnal, Karel (clarinet) | and others

Komponist
Kabeláč | , Miloslav

Ensemble
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra | Prague Philharmonic Choir

Sjanger
Orkester

Plateselskap
Supraphon

Verk

CD 1

Miloslav Kabeláč:

Symphony No. 1 in D for Strings and Percussions, Op. 11:
1.         Lento grave - Allegro     13:36
2.         Largo - Appassionato - Tempo I.     10:39
3.         Allegro     09:13

Symphony No. 2 in C for Large Orchestra, Op. 15:
4.         Molto maestoso - Risoluto     14:09
5.         Lento - Appassionato     09:01
6.         Allegro non troppo - Marciale     14:12

CD 2

Symphony No. 3 in F for Organ, Brasses and Timpani, Op. 33:
1.         Andante patetico     06:16
2.         Lento, molto tranquillo     05:08
3.         Allegro feroce     04:46
4.         Maestoso     05:01

Symphony No. 4 in A "Camerata", Op. 36:
5.         Grave     07:01
6.         Presto     04:23
7.         Lento     08:01
8.         Allegro     06:45

CD 3

Symphony No. 5 in B flat minor "Drammatica" for Soprano without Text and Orchestra, Op. 41:
1.         Andante patetico - Allegro     12:04
2.         Presto     07:32
3.         Adagio     07:46
4.         Andante - Allegro     10:57

Symphony No. 6 "Concertante", for Clarinet and Orchestra, Op. 44:
5.         Feroce     13:08
6.         Lento     07:24
7.         Presto     10:03

CD 4

Symphony No. 7 for Orchestra and Reciter, Op. 52:
1.         Eternity     07:21
2.         Human (An Open Book)     09:30
3.         Eternity (New Earth)     05:40

Symphony No. 8 "Antiphons", for Soprano, Mixed Choir, Percussions and Organ, on the Words from the Bible, Op. 54:
4.         1st Movement     04:51
5.         Intermezzo A     00:42
6.         2nd Movement     04:35
7.         Intermezzo B     00:40
8.         3rd Movement     06:02
9.         Intermezzo C     00:47
10.         4th Movement     05:17
11.         Intermezzo D     00:40
12.         5th Movement     04:53

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Produktbeskrivelse

Miloslav Kabeláč completed the first of his eight symphonies in Prague in early 1942, just a few months before Bohuslav Martinů, in the USA, would plunge into his Symphony No. 1, for Serge Koussevitzky and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Kabeláč was afflicted badly by the consequences of the Nazi occupation: owing to his refusal to divorce his Jewish wife, he lost his job at the radio, his music was banned, and his life was in permanent danger. This atmosphere of gloom is duly reflected in his Symphony No. 1. The euphoria following the end of World War II was very short-lived, as two and a half years later a similarly oppressive dictatorship, this time Communist, commenced. Kabeláč composed each of his symphonies for different instrumentation, repeatedly drawing inspiration from Biblical themes. Most of the pieces were premiered by the Czech Philharmonic, conducted by Karel Ančerl, an enthusiastic champion of Kabeláč's music worldwide. The final symphony, "Antiphones", was written specially for a concert at the Saint Paul's Church in Strasbourg, and the superlative ensemble Les Percussions de Strasbourg, for whom Kabeláč created the famous cycle Eight Inventions, yet its premiere in June 1971 within a "Hommage ? Miloslav Kabeláč" concert featuring his music exclusively, took place without the composer's presence, as he had not received a permit to travel to the West ... Alongside Bohuslav Martinů, Miloslav Kabeláč was unquestionably the greatest Czech symphonist of the 20th century. The first complete recording of his symphonies, made by the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Marko Ivanović, affords the listener the opportunity to revel in the sheer depth of Kabeláč's symphonic oeuvre.

The first complete recording of Miloslav Kabeláč's symphonies. A gateway to new musical landscapes.

Reviews

    “Finding an imposing cycle of eight symphonies by a 20th century composer you’ve never heard of is an event. There’s precious little of Miloslav Kabeláč’s music presently available on disc, making this release a must-hear… I can’t recommend this set enough. Don’t expect to find it popping up on Classic FM soon, but put in the hours and you’ll reap the rewards; Kabeláč’s sym­phonies are certainly less oppressive than, say, Hartmann’s. Fabulously accomplished performances from Marko Ivanović and the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, and excellent sound. Stretch your ears. Buy this box set.”
    theartsdesk.com, 28th January 2017

    “Trés contrôlée, l'interprétation de Marko Ivanovic s'appuie sur des formes parfaitement lisibles, et joue beaucoup sur les effets de timbres recherchés par le compositeur.”
    Diapason, March 2017

    “The eight symphonies, composed between 1941 and 1970, document the anguish of Kabelac’s life in music that is powerful and driven by obsessive almost suffocating melodic and rhythmic patterns… Conductor Marko Ivanovic deserves special plaudits for bringing this fascinating music to our attention. He secures strong and committed playing from the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, and Supraphon's re­cordings are vivid.”
    BBC Music Magazine, September 2017


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