Composed By – Leoš Janáček. Conductor – Libor Pešek. Engineer – Gustáv Šoral, Ladislav Krjcovic. Liner Notes – Keith Anderson (6). Orchestra – Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra. Producer – Leoš Komárek. Soprano Vocals – Jana Valášková. Viola – Zdeněk Husek. Recorded by Opus, Czechoslovkia in Co-operation with Pacific Music C. Ltd. Hong Kong. Manufactured by Victor Company Of Japan, Ltd. (JVC).
Album · 2002 · 15 Songs. Incidental Music to Schluck und Jau: II. Allegretto. Libor Pesek & Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra. 7. Moravian Dances: I. Kozich. 8. Moravian Dances: II. Kalamajka. 9. Moravian Dances: III. Trojky. 10. Moravian Dances: IV. Silnice. 11. Moravian Dances: V. Rozek. 12. Suite, Op. 3: I. Con Moto.
Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, Libor Pesek. This release is very fair priced for some fine music from a composer whose highly individual genius deserves more attention than it has received in the West. Audiophile Audition. Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra. Jana Valaskova (soprano), Zdenek Husek (viola). Recorded: December 1985. Recording Venue: The Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra. Janáček: Schluck und Jau: Incidental Music, JW IX, 11. 9:21.
Leos Janácek: Orchestral Works. Schluck und Jau, incidental music, JW 9/11 (unfinished). Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra Orchestra, Libor Pesek Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 15 Length: 47:56. Jana Valaskova Soprano, Libor Pesek Conductor, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra Orchestra, Zdenek Husek Viola. Schluck und Jau, incidental music, JW 9/11 (unfinished) Work.
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JW numbers are from Nigel Simeone, John Tyrrell, and Alena Němcová, Janáček's Works: A Catalogue of the Music and Writings of Leoš Janáček (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997). The correct format for JW numbers is Roman numeral (for the genre) before the slash and Arabic numeral (for the work) after the slash. incidental music for Gerhart Hauptmann's Schluck und Jau. Concertante.
By Leoš Janáček, Libor Pešek. Schluck und Jau: Incidental Music, JW IX/11: I. Andante - Jana Valášková, Slovak Philharmonic, 4:260:30. 6. Schluck und Jau: Incidental Music, JW IX/11: II. Allegretto - Jana Valášková, Slovak Philharmonic, 4:560:30. Janáček: Piano Works. Listen to Janacek: Danube, Moravian Dances, Suite Op. 3 now.
3 Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra/Libor Pešek; Jana Valašková (soprano); Zdenek Husek (viola) Recorded 1985 at the Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic Orchesra First released in 1986 on Marco Polo . 20162. NAXOS . 55245 Schluck und Jau, is a play by Gerhardt Hauptmann based on the Introduction to Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. Janácek’s reputation now resides mainly in his operas and a few substantial orchestral works, but his dedication to the national music of his native Moravia (now part of Czechoslovakia) shows a more relaxed side of his musical nature. Unlike the Slavonic and Hungarian dances Dvorak and Brahms, the Moravian dances are taken out of the concert hall into the countryside, thus retaining their essential freshness and simplicity.
Janacek: Danube, Moravian Dances, Suite Op. 3, 4m 24sec. Schluck und Jau: Incidental Music, JW IX/11, I. Andante. Chat About Schluck und Jau: Incidental Music, JW IX/11, I. Andante by Libor Pešek.