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Václav Neumann - Smetana: Má Vlast album download
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Václav Neumann - Smetana: Má Vlast album download

Performer:
Václav Neumann
Album:
Smetana: Má Vlast
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Orchestral
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Composed By – Bedřich Smetana. Conductor – Václav Neumann. Design – Jan Weber (2). Engineer – Miloslav Kulhan. Orchestra – The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording Supervisor – Eduard Herzog (tracks: 1, 5, 6), Pavel Kühn (tracks: 2 to 4). Notes. Recorded at the Dvořák Hall of Rudolfinum, Prague on 18, 19, 21 February and on 7 and 25 March, 1975.

Composed By – Bedřich Smetana. Design – Milan Jaroš. Liner Notes – Bedřich Smetana, Hana Séquardtová, Josef Plavec. Orchestra – Česká Filharmonie. Other – Miloslava Kulhavá. Photography – Zdenek Coufal. Recording Supervisor – Dr. Eduard Herzog, Pavel Kühn. Technician – Václav Roubal. Includes booklet with notes in English, Russish, German and French.

Album · 1967 · 6 Songs. Václav Neumann & Gewandhausorchester Leipzig. 6 Songs, 1 Hour 19 Minutes.

Composer: Bedrich Smetana Conductor: Václav Neumann Orchestra: Česká filharmonie (Czech Philharmonic Orchestra) Audio CD Number of Discs: 1 СD Format: FLAC (image+. Má vlast (My Country) – 1:17:32 I. Vyšehrad – 15:09 II. Vltava (Moldau) – 12:38 III. Šárka – 9:49 IV. Z českých luhů a hájů (From Bohemian fields and groves) – 12:52 V. Tábor – 13:02 VI. Blaník – 14:02.

Gewandhausorchester Leipzig & Václav Neumann. Ma Vlast, Cycle of Symphonic Poems: I. Vysehrad. Your browser does not support the audio element. Ma Vlast, Cycle of Symphonic Poems: II. Die Moldau (Vlatava). Ma Vlast, Cycle of Symphonic Poems: III. Sárka. Ma Vlast, Cycle of Symphonic Poems: IV. Aus Böhmens Hain Und Flur (From Bohemia's Woods and Fields). Ma Vlast, Cycle of Symphonic Poems: V. Tábor

As a child Václav Neumann showed musical talent early on and by his mid-teens could play the violin with considerable proficiency, if not seasoned mastery. He entered the Prague Conservatory in 1940, where he spent the war years receiving instruction on the violin from Josef Micka. Liked many violinists Neumann also developed impressive skills on the viola during this period. In addition, he studied conducting at the conservatory with Pavel Dedecek and Metod Dolezil. In 1945, Neumann helped found the Smetana Quartet, a group for which he played viola

Topics Smetana, Ma Vlast, Vaclav Neumann, DWTKenInNY.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
Mein Vaterland (Má Vlast)
1 Vysehrad Bedřich Smetana Václav Neumann 16:00
2 Die Moldau Bedřich Smetana Václav Neumann 13:00
3 Sárka Bedřich Smetana Václav Neumann 10:08
4 Aus Böhmens Hain und Flur Bedřich Smetana Václav Neumann 13:10

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
Mein Vaterland (Má Vlast)
1 Tábor Bedřich Smetana Václav Neumann 14:04
2 Blaník Bedřich Smetana Václav Neumann 15:07
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3 Ouvertüre Bedřich Smetana Václav Neumann 6:36
4 Furiant Bedřich Smetana Václav Neumann 2:10
5 Tanz der Komödianten Bedřich Smetana Václav Neumann 6:14