Bedrich Smetana

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Czech composer (1824-1884)


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The programme included two Czech composers, Antonin Dvorak and Bedrich Smetana. It's not often that the cello is highlighted in orchestral music.
The program is richly varied today as the Eugene Symphony, conducted by music director Danail Rachev, takes on works by four composers, including Bedrich Smetana, Felix Mendelssohn, Thomas Ads and Edward Elgar.
What was the most popular and successful opera composed by Bedrich Smetana? 5.
Nancy Zepherin led off the yearly recital of State Department and Montgomery College piano students under the tutelage of Caryl Traten Fisher with a sensitive performance of Bedrich Smetana's "La Moldau".
As in Kubrick's film, the soundtrack uses classical music--Hector Berlioz's "Requiem," Henryk Gorec-ki's "Sorrowful Symphony," Bedrich Smetana's "The Moldau," John Taven-er's "Resurrection in Hades," and much more.
Conducted by Nvart Andreassian and Cem Mansur, the orchestra will play works of Beethoven, Bizet, Ulvi Cemal Erkin, Aram Khachaturian and Bedrich Smetana.
The Bartered Bride is one of eight operas by Bedrich Smetana and really the only one with a permanent place in the hearts of opera fans outside his Czech homeland
Originally issued by Vox/Turnabout in 1975, this recording by Walter Susskind of Bedrich Smetana's descriptive tone poems has remained a favorite for over thirty years.
Bienert's The Moldau, based on the familiar music by the Czech composer Bedrich Smetana (he wrote it in 1874, when he was already totally deaf).
Bedrich Smetana: The Bartered Bride (premiere of a new production in co-production with the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre as part of the Smetana Opera Cycle Ostrava 2024).
To understand what it meant to be German in this context--who counted as German, and who did not--Brodbeck focuses on the music-critical reception of three Austrian composers of either Jewish or Czech heritage who were all denied, at some point, German identity: Carl Goldmark, Antonin Dvorak, and Bedrich Smetana.
"I also try to pick pieces that people will know along with pieces that are played less regularly but are nevertheless really marvellous." So the Sunday concert opens with the Carnival Overture by Dvorak, the Czech composer who was inspired by the folk music of his native Bohemia, and ends with excerpts from Ma Vlast by Bedrich Smetana, Dvorak's compatriot and senior.