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Opis: Smetana: Má Vlast

Bedřich Smetana was a forerunner of the Nationalist music movement in 19th-century Czechoslovakia, and played a large part in developing the countrys musical identity. This disc comprises Smetanas most renowned work, the inimitable Má vlast (My Homeland), a series of six tone poems composed over five years that depict different elements of the landscape of the composers native country. Vyšehrad, or The High Castle, is the first movement, based on the castle in Prague the residence of early Czech kings. It opens with arpeggios played by a duo of harps, and later a military element is portrayed with the help of a march theme. The second movement Vltava (The Moldau), depicts the route of the river from the mountains to its end. Šárka, the third movement, explores the Czech folklore centred on the Bohemian Amazon maiden of the same name. This is followed by Z českých luhů a hájů (From Bohemias Meadows and Fields); a depiction of a beautiful landscape on a sunny day. These first four movements were intended to complete the work, but after a gap of four years Smetana composed another two: Tábor, portraying the Hussite warriors who founded and defended the city of Tábor in 1420, and Blaník, named after the mountain in central Bohemia. This, the final movement, begins with the same driving rhythms as Tábor and later relents into a joyful hymn. It is easy to see how this work paved the way for Smetana to be heralded as one of Czechoslovakias greatest composers and patriots. The works are performed by the Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Theodore Kuchar. The cycle Má Vlast by Smetana is an ode to the composers motherland Bohemia, singing the praises of the lush countryside, proud and venerable cities, majestic mountains and the force of nature in the countrys most important river, the Vltava (the Moldau). seldom sounded more spontaneoustruly sparklesfull of the necessary romantic blood..performance: 9, thus wrote ClassicsToday about these performances by the Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Theodore Kuchar, musicians who share the same deep national roots of these works. Reissue on single CD, taken from the previously issued 3CD set of the Complete Orchestral Works by Smetana. Other information: Contains information on the composer and works. Recorded in 2007.


Szczegóły: Smetana: Má Vlast

Nazwa: Smetana: Má Vlast
Producent: Brilliant Classics
Kod paskowy: 5028421948539
Języki: czeski
Format: 12.3x14.0
Oprawa: Pudełko CD
Waga: 0.094 kg
Wykonawca: Janacek Philharmonic Orchestra, Theodore Kuchar
Typ głównego nośnika: AC


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Smetana: Má Vlast

Bedřich Smetana was a forerunner of the Nationalist music movement in 19th-century Czechoslovakia, and played a large part in developing the countrys musical identity. This disc comprises Smetanas most renowned work, the inimitable Má vlast (My Homeland), a series of six tone poems composed over five years that depict different elements of the landscape of the composers native country. Vyšehrad, or The High Castle, is the first movement, based on the castle in Prague the residence of early Czech kings. It opens with arpeggios played by a duo of harps, and later a military element is portrayed with the help of a march theme. The second movement Vltava (The Moldau), depicts the route of the river from the mountains to its end. Šárka, the third movement, explores the Czech folklore centred on the Bohemian Amazon maiden of the same name. This is followed by Z českých luhů a hájů (From Bohemias Meadows and Fields); a depiction of a beautiful landscape on a sunny day. These first four movements were intended to complete the work, but after a gap of four years Smetana composed another two: Tábor, portraying the Hussite warriors who founded and defended the city of Tábor in 1420, and Blaník, named after the mountain in central Bohemia. This, the final movement, begins with the same driving rhythms as Tábor and later relents into a joyful hymn. It is easy to see how this work paved the way for Smetana to be heralded as one of Czechoslovakias greatest composers and patriots. The works are performed by the Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Theodore Kuchar. The cycle Má Vlast by Smetana is an ode to the composers motherland Bohemia, singing the praises of the lush countryside, proud and venerable cities, majestic mountains and the force of nature in the countrys most important river, the Vltava (the Moldau). seldom sounded more spontaneoustruly sparklesfull of the necessary romantic blood..performance: 9, thus wrote ClassicsToday about these performances by the Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Theodore Kuchar, musicians who share the same deep national roots of these works. Reissue on single CD, taken from the previously issued 3CD set of the Complete Orchestral Works by Smetana. Other information: Contains information on the composer and works. Recorded in 2007.

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Szczegóły: Smetana: Má Vlast

Nazwa: Smetana: Má Vlast
Producent: Brilliant Classics
Kod paskowy: 5028421948539
Języki: czeski
Format: 12.3x14.0
Oprawa: Pudełko CD
Waga: 0.094 kg
Wykonawca: Janacek Philharmonic Orchestra, Theodore Kuchar
Typ głównego nośnika: AC


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