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Ma Vlast - Vltava - Bedřich Smetana - Die Seele Böhmens (CD)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Má Vlast (Mein Vaterland) / My Fatherland / Ma Patrie on Discogs. Label: Deutsche Grammophon - • Series: Galleria • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: US • Genre: Classical • Style: Romantic.
  2. Smetana's Má Vlast composed between proves he is a master of the symphonic poem: a descriptive, single-movement orchestral piece, telling a story, painting a musical picture, or conveying a certain landscape.
  3. Inspired by the mythology and pastoral beauty of his Czech homeland, Smetana's six tone poems that form Má vlast (My fatherland) is one of the best examples of Nationalism in music. The stirring second movement depicts the river Vltava as it flows through the countryside and into Prague. Struck with deafness in , Smetana would never hear a performance of what would become his most.
  4. Tentokrát uslyšíte Smetanovu Má vlast v podání Českého filharmonického orchestru pod taktovkou Václava Neumanna. Nenechte si ujít skvělý zážitek z poslechu. Původní nahrávka z roku Seznam skladeb: Vyšehrad Vltava Šárka From Bohemia''s Woods And Fields Tábor Blaník.
  5. When I found this 2 CD set with the Ma Vlast AND the 4 other Smetana symphonic poems at an HMV store in Philadelphia, my heart leaped for joy. I had owned the original LP issue of those recordings from the day they were issued, and had yearned for good CD incantations for years/5(17).
  6. Sep 06,  · Má vlast, A cycle of 6 symphonic poems by Bedřich Smetana. Video emphasis is on audio quality. Poem I- Vysehrad (The High Citadel) @ Poem II- Vltava (The Moldau River) @
  7. disc "Made in W.-Germany", Format: CD, Year: , Labels: Deutsche Grammophon ( ), Deutsche Grammophon Resonance ( ), Barcode: , Length: Release “Bedřich Smetana:»Die Moldau«/ Vyšehrad / Aus Böhmens Hain und Flur / Antonín Dvořák: Slawische Tänze op. 46” by Bedřich Smetana, Antonín Dvořák.

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