Bedrich Smetana


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Czech composer (1824-1884)

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And in 2014, the Year of Czech Music, she symbolically rounded off the grandiose project with the final, 2-CD album, whose launch took place, in the artist's presence, on 10 November at the Bedrich Smetana Museum in Prague.
Czech composers This time the Prague-based orchestra returns for a concert celebrating the music of two Czech composers, AntonE[degrees]n DvorEik and Bedrich Smetana.
Selections include works by Antonin Dvorak, Bedrich Smetana and Claude Debussy.
Evan James would have felt very much at home in the Slovak revival town of Turciansky Svaty Martin or with Bedrich Smetana among the Czechs of Prague.
He sees Broucek as the last of Janacek's operas to be influenced by the national tradition of Bedrich Smetana, a tradition of which the coward Broucek is ill-suited to be a hero.
Playing through sections broken down earlier during the rehearsal, the orchestra presented the alternately loud and abrupt sounds that make the Bedrich Smetana piece so satisfying for audiences.
4: "Mendelssohn and Elgar," plus Bedrich Smetana and Thomas Ads; guest violinist Elissa Lee Koljonen
The concert programme includes John Parry's Sonata No 1; Claude Debussy's Deux Arabesques; Benjamin Britten's Suite for Harp op 83 and The Moldau, by Bedrich Smetana.
Liszt's relationships with other composers are more difficult to trace from this collection; Williams has included only one or two letters to individual composers, among them Fryderyk Chopin, Edvard Grieg, Bedrich Smetana, Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, Rubinstein, Alexander Borodin, Mily Alexeyevich Balakirev, Cesar Cui, Carl Reinecke, Camille Saint-Saens, and Ferenc Erkel.
The Year of Czech Music concept has a long tradition in the Czech lands, dating right back to the magnificent festivities marking a Bedrich Smetana anniversary in 1924.
The program will include string quartets by Bedrich Smetana, Felix Mendelssohn, Zolt[sz]n Kod[sz]ly and Ludwig van Beethoven; a Friedrich Kuhlau flute trio; a brass quintet by Malcolm Arnold; and Beethoven's "Ghost" piano trio.
Excerpts or short original piano pieces not only from Liszt, but from Richard Wagner, Hector Berlioz, Bedrich Smetana, Hans von Bulow, Anton Rubinstein, Carl Tausig, Joseph Joachim, Pauline Viardot-Garcfa, to name a few of the fortyfour illustrious musicians, are also found, making this little album a very precious item indeed and calling to mind a similar idea behind the famed Hexameron or Liszt's Chopsticks Variations.
I remember her definition and explanation of the "Moldau" by Bedrich Smetana.
While the word "and" in the title of the Brno congress is an indication of that conference's aim to deliberate Janacek's position within the musical spheres of Europe, the same word in Janacek and Czech Music is a simple conjunction: most of its essays deal with Janacek's music, while some deal with other Czech music, mostly from before the time of Bedrich Smetana.