Johannes Brahms, Česká filharmonie, Karel Ančerl – Symfonie Č. 2 D Dur, Op. 73. Label: Supraphon – 0 10 0229, Gramofonový Klub – 0 10 0229. Country: Czechoslovakia. Composed By – Johannes Brahms. Conductor – Karel Ančerl. Orchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Matrix, Runout (Label A): A 4233. Matrix, Runout (Side A): A 4233/P A. Matrix, Runout (Label B): A 4234. Matrix, Runout (Side B): A 4234/K A.
Program: Johannes Brahms: Koncert pro housle a orchestr D dur, op. 77 Antonín Dvořák: Symfonie č. 7 d moll, op. 70. Účinkující
Format: 1 CD. This album has received following awards: Diapason d'Or, Diapason Magazine (2004). This sixth batch of half-dozen titles coming out in the Ančerl Gold series is certain to bring a genuine delight to the great conductor's fans. First, cantata masterworks by leading modern-time composers, with Stravinsky and Prokofiev representing the broader international context, and Martinů and Vycpálek epitomizing the Czech music scene. Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op.
dedicated to Johannes Brahms. Z kytice národních písní slovanských. From a Bouquet of Slavonic Folksongs. Symfonie č. 6 D dur. 6 in D major. arrangement of B. 61a, Evening Songs, nos. 2 and 3; see Op. 31. Piano. secular cantata after a ballad by Karel Jaromir Erben.
Artist: Karel Ančerl, Česká filharmonie. eská filharmonie, Karel Ančerl: best 2 tracks. Karel Ančerl - Slavonic Dances, Op. 46 : Nr. 7 C-moll.
Karel Ančerl : Karel Ančerl, Brahms Symphony N. in D major O. 3. 04 May 18. Karel Ančerl, Brahms Symphony N.
Listen to music from Česká filharmonie like Symfonie č. 5 c moll Osudová, op. 67 - Allegro con brio, Škoda lásky & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Česká filharmonie. eská filharmonie (Czech Philharmonic Orchestra) is a symphony orchestra based in Prague and is the best-known and most respected orchestra in the Czechia. It was voted 20th place of the top 20 best orchestras in the World in a 2008 survey organized by the British magazine Gramophone. The name "Czech Philharmonic Orchestra" appeared for the first time in 1894, as the title of the orchestra of the Prague National Theatre.