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Prague Symphony Orchestra, Václav Smetáček - Small Czech Musical Gems FLAC download
Prague Symphony Orchestra, Václav Smetáček - Small Czech Musical Gems FLAC download

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A1 Bedřich Smetana To Our Girls (Polka)
Composed By – Bedřich Smetana
4:00
A2 Zdeněk Fibich Poem (From The Idyll "At Twilight")
Composed By – Zdeněk Fibich
4:45
A3 Antonín Dvořák Humoresque (Op. 101, No. 7)
Composed By – Antonín DvořákOrchestrated By – Václav Smetáček
3:20
A4 Josef Bohuslav Foerster Polka (From The Opera "Deborah")
Composed By – Josef Bohuslav FoersterLyrics By – Jaroslav Kvapil
3:05
A5 Oskar Nedbal Valse Triste (From The Ballet "The Tale Of Simple Johnny")
Composed By – Oskar Nedbal
5:20
A6 Karel Kovařovic Miner's Polka (From The Play "Mr. Brouček's Excursion To The Exhibition")
Composed By – Karel Kovařovic
2:25
B1 Bedřich Smetana March Of The Prague Students' Legion
Composed By – Bedřich SmetanaOrchestrated By – Rudolf Smetáček
3:05
B2 Antonín Dvořák Waltz In A Major (Op. 54, No. 1)
Composed By – Antonín DvořákOrchestrated By – Rudolf Karel
3:55
B3 Josef Suk Love Song (From The Cycle "Piano Pieces", Op. 7, No. 1)
Composed By – Josef Suk Orchestrated By – Otmar Mácha
7:05
B4 Leoš Janáček The Saws (From "Lachian Dances")
Composed By – Leoš Janáček
2:55
B5 Vilém Blodek The Rising Of The Moon (From The Opera "In The Well")
Composed By – Vilém BlodekLibretto By – Karel Sabina
6:25
B6 Vítězslav Novák The Devil's Polka (From The Piano Cycle "Youth", Op. 55, No. 21)
Composed By – Vítězslav NovákSoloist, Viola – Václav Smetáček
3:00

Credits

  • Conductor – Václav Smetáček
  • Engineer – Stanislav Sýkora
  • Orchestra – Prague Symphony Orchestra*
  • Recording Supervisor [Recording Director] – Zdeněk Zahradník

Notes

℗ 1974 Made in Czechoslovakia

© 1974 Cover design, photos and sleeve notes.

Artia Prague logo (lower right back cover)

Recorded at the Smetana Hall, Prague, from September 5th to 15th, 1973

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): E 2685
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): E 2686
  • Other (Runout Stamp Side A): E 2685/O A
  • Other (Runout Stamp Side B): E 2686/T B
  • Other (Rights Society): OSA
  • Other (Manufacturing Date Code): 81 1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1 10 1429 Symfonický Orchestr Hl. M. Prahy (Fok)*, Václav Smetáček Symfonický Orchestr Hl. M. Prahy (Fok)*, Václav Smetáček - Slavné České Maličkosti ‎(LP) Supraphon 1 10 1429 Czechoslovakia 1975
1 10 1429 Prague Symphony Orchestra*, Václav Smetáček Prague Symphony Orchestra*, Václav Smetáček - Small Czech Musical Gems ‎(LP, RP) Supraphon 1 10 1429 Czechoslovakia 1983
10 1429-2 011, SU 1429-2 011 Prague Symphony Orchestra*, Václav Smetáček Prague Symphony Orchestra*, Václav Smetáček - Famous Czech Miniatures (Poem•Love Song•Humoresque) ‎(CD, RE) Supraphon, Supraphon 10 1429-2 011, SU 1429-2 011 Europe Unknown
1 10 1429 Symfonický Orchestr Hl. M. Prahy (Fok)*, Václav Smetáček Symfonický Orchestr Hl. M. Prahy (Fok)*, Václav Smetáček - Slavné České Maličkosti ‎(LP, RP) Supraphon 1 10 1429 Czechoslovakia 1978
1110 1429, 1 10 1429 Václav Smetáček, Symfonický Orchestr Hl. M. Prahy Fok* Václav Smetáček, Symfonický Orchestr Hl. M. Prahy Fok* - Slavné České Maličkosti ‎(LP, RP) Supraphon, Supraphon 1110 1429, 1 10 1429 Czechoslovakia 1981


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