• SU43022 Katalognummer
  • 099925430221 EAN
  • 3CD Format
  • 1951-2001/2021 Utgivelsesĺr

Artist
Various Artists

Dirigent
Talich, Václav | Anč | erl, Karel | Šejna, Karel | Neumann, Václav | Albrecht, Gerd | | lohlávek, Jiř | í | Turnovský, Martin | Klíma, Alois | Vogel, Jaroslav | Smetáč | ek, Václav | Eliška, Radomil

Medvirkende
Kvapil, Radoslav | Drobková, Drahomíra | Suk, Josef | Rostropovich, Mstislav | Novák, Richard | Fidlerová, Miloslava | Žídek, Ivo | Blachut, Beno | Panenka, Jan | May, Angelica | Urbanová, Eva | Soukupová, Vě | ra | Moravec, Ivan | Beň | | ková, Gabriela | Souč | ek, Jaroslav

Komponist
Dvorak, Antonin

Ensemble
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra | Kühn Mixed Chorus | Panocha Quartet | Smetana Trio | Dvoř | ák Quartet | Prague Symphony Orchestra | Chamber Harmony | Prague String Quartet | Smetana Quartet | Karlovy Vary Symphony Orchestra | Prague Philharmonic Choir

Sjanger
Klassisk

Plateselskap
Supraphon

Verk

ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK (1841–1904)

CD1

SLAV SOUL

Slavonic Dances, IInd Series, Op. 72 (B 147, 1886-87)
1/ No. 7 in C major. Presto 3:17
2/ No. 2 in E minor. Allegretto grazioso 6:03

Moravian Duets
3/ V dobrým sme se sešli / We were friends on meeting, Op. 32 (B 60, 1876) 1:00
4/ Voda a pláč / The water and the tears, Op. 32 (B 60 & 62, 1876) 2:06
5/ Jablko / The apple, Op. 38 (B 69, 1877) 1:55

String Quartet No. 3 in D major, sine op. (B 18, 1868?, 1869-70?)
6/ III. Allegro energico. Trio 5:29

Mazurkas, Op. 56 (B 111, 1880)
7/ V. Allegro non troppo 3:58

Dimitrij, Opera in 4. Acts, Op. 64 (B 127, 186, 1894)
8/ Báťuško můj... (Act 2, scene 2) 5:22

9/ Piano Trio in E minor, Op. 90 “Dumky” (B 166, 1893)
II. Poco adagio – Vivace non troppo 6:22

NATION AND HOMELAND

Czech Suite in D major, Op. 39 (B 93, 1879)
10/ IV. Romanza. Andante con moto 4:02
11/ V. Finale (Furiant). Presto 5:40

String Quintet No. 2 in G major, Op. 77 (B 49, 1875, rev. 1888)
12/ III. Poco andante 7:38

13/ My Home. Overture for F. F. Šamberk's play Josef Kajetán Tyl, Op. 62 (B 125a, 1881) 9:42

FAMILY

14/ Ave Maria, Op. 19 (B19B, 1877) 2:56

Sonatina for Violin and Piano in G major, Op. 100 (B 183)
15/ III. Scherzo 2:51

Concerto No. 2 in B minor for Cello and Orchestra, Op. 104 (B 191, 1895)
16/ II. Adagio ma non troppo 11:17

CD 2

MUSICAL LOVES

Symphony No. 4 in D minor, Op. 13 (B 41, 1874, rev. 1887/88)
1/ III. Allegro feroce 7:11

2/ Dumka in C minor, Op. 12 (B 136, 1884) 4:32

Serenade for Wind Instruments, Op. 44 (B 77, 1878)
3/ III. Andante con moto 8:13

4/ Rusalka. Opera in 3 Acts, Op. 114
Běda! Běda! Ubohá Rusalko bledá – Celý svět nedá ti, nedá (Vodník, Act 2) 5:41

YOUNG LOVE RECALLED
 
5/ Jakobín. Opera in 3 Acts, Op. 84
Pohleď mi do očí, podej mi ruku (Act 1, Terinka, Jiří) 4:27

Symphony No. 1 in C minor “The Bells of Zlonice”, sine op. (B 9, 1865)
6/ II. Adagio di molto 12:53

Love Songs, Op. 83 (B 160, 1888)
7/ Kol domu se teď potácím / Now as by that house I tread 1:57
8/ Zde v lese u potoka / Lonely in the wood I stand 2:06
9/ V té sladké moci očí tvých / In the sweet power of thine eyes 2:05
10/ Ó, duše, drahá jediná / My only dear one, my dear love 1:28

Cypresses for String Quartet, sine op. (B 152, 1887)
11/ IV. Zde hledím na tvůj drahý list / The old letter in my book 3:54
12/ XVII. Nad krajem vévodí lehký spánek / Nature lies peaceful in slumber and dreaming 2:39

HUMOUR

Poetické nálady, Op. 85 (B 161, 1889)
13/ II. Žertem / Joking. Allegro leggiero 4:27

Serenade for Wind Instruments in D minor, Op. 44 (B 77, 1878)
14/ II. Minuetto 6:07

15/ Jakobín. Opera in 3 Acts, Op. 84 (B 200, 1897)
Tak, moji drazí! (Act 2, Scene 1, School serenade / Školní serenáda) 6:35

Piano Quintet in A major, Op. 81 (B 155, 1887)
16/ III. Scherzo-Furiant 4:07

CD 3

NATURE

1/ Silent Woods for Cello and Orchestra, Op. 68/5 (B 182, 1893) 6:25

In Nature’s Realm, Op. 63 (B 126, 1882)
2/ II. Večerní les rozvázal zvonky / Bells Untied in An Evening Wood 4:22
3/ III. Žitné pole / Rye Field 1:45

4/ In Nature’s Realm. Overture, Op. 91 (B 168, 91) 13:38

GOD AND RELIGION

Poetic Moods, Op. 85 (B 161, 1889)
5/ XIII. At Svatá hora 3:00

Legends, Op. 59 (B 122, 1881)
6/ V. Allegro giusto 4:26

Saint Ludmila, Op. 71 (B 144, 1886)
Part III. – The Velehrad Cathedral
7/ Introduzione e coro. Hospodine, pomiluj ny! 4:08

8/ Nocturne for String Orchestra in B major, Op. 40 (B 47, 1875, rev. 1882/83) 8:50

Stabat Mater, Op. 58 (B 71, 1877)
9/ III. Eja, Mater, fons amoris 7:29

The Spectre’s Bride, Op. 69 (B 135, 1884)
10/ Maria Panno, při mne stůj 5:21

Requiem, Op. 89 (B 165, 1889-90)
11/ VII. Confutatis maledictis 4:44

Biblical Songs, Op. 99 (B 185, 1894)
12/ III. Slyš, ó Bože! Slyš motlitbu mou / Hear, oh my prayer, Lord my God 3:19
13/ IV. Hospodin jest můj pastýř / Oh, my shepherd is the Lord 3:22

Te Deum, Op. 103 (B 176, 1892)
14/ III.–IV. Aeterna fac cum santis. Dignare Domine, die ista 8:5

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Produktbeskrivelse

To mark the 180th anniversary of Antonín Dvořák’s birth, Supraphon has released a special 3-CD set. Presenting a wide selection of the composer’s chamber, orchestral and vocal works, it contains recordings made by superb musicians in the second half of the 20th century that are still exemplary and unrivalled in many a respect. Dvořák is paid tribute to by renowned Czech Philharmonic conductors (Talich, Ančerl, Neumann, Bělohlávek, Sawallisch, Mackerras, and others), instrumentalists (Rostropovich, May, Suk and Panenka), singers (Soukupová, Beňačková, Urbanová, Blachut, Novák), choirmasters (Jan and Pavel Kühn), as well as the Prague, Dvořák, Smetana and Panocha Quartets. The album’s repertoire was compiled by Patrick Lambert, a former long-time music editor and BBC Radio 3 producer, a great lover and connoisseur of Czech music, who focused on the themes to which Antonín Dvořák had a strong, passionate affinity: the Nation and Homeland, the Slavonic Soul, Nature, God and Religion, Family and Humour.
Besides widely known opuses (yet in lesser-known recordings), the album features many beautiful Dvořák pieces that are not performed overly often, including the cycles In Nature’s Realm, Love Songs and Poetic Moods, the Serenade for Wind Instruments, and scenes from the operas Dimitrij and The Jacobin. As Patrick Lambert puts it: “The new album is for everyone who wants to revel in the sheer diversity and profundity of Dvořák’s music.”

Recorded at Rudolfinum, Domovina Studio, Studio Martínek, Chapel of the Czech Brethren Church, Žižkov National House, Church of St John of Nepomuk (all Prague), Spanish hall of Prague Castle, Hotel Thermal hall (Karlovy Vary), Stadion Brno between years 1952 and 2001.

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