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Dvorak: Rusalka, Op. 114

Dvorak: Rusalka, Op. 114

Live Recording from The Opéra National De Paris – Opéra Bastille 2002


Renée Fleming, Larissa Diadkova, Sergei Larin, Franz Hawlata, Eva Urbanova & Michel Sénéchal

Orchestra and Choirs of the Opéra national de Paris, James Conlon (director) & Robert Carsen (director)

Set Design and Costumes by Michael Levine

At a time when the verismo operas enjoyed great success, the Czech composer Antonin Dvorak turned to the world of fairy tales for his penultimate opera. Finally his hopes were fulfi lled and one of his works for the stage was successful. Today Rusalka is as popular with Czech children and adults as Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel is in Germany. With René Fleming in the title role as Rusalka, this production is a rare and outstanding document for a modern staging of this Czech national opera.

Running Time: 155 min
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Karl Böhm in Rehearsal and Performance 2

Karl Böhm in Rehearsal and Performance 2


Beethoven:

Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92

rehearsal & performance 2-17 May 1966, B/W

Vienna Symphony Orchestra

Dvorak:

Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Op. 95 'From the New World'

performance 18-20 May 1978, colour

Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra


Karl Böhm, the Austrian conductor was respected and feared by his musicians as an uncompromising expert orchestral trainer. Seeing his precision and accuracy of interpretation, it comes as no surprise that he earned a PhD in law before turning to music. He was 100% dedicated to the musical work - and stamped his own personality, if necessary, to produce the very best musical performances. However, many musicians comment that he was their ‘beloved dictator’ who brought out the best just by looking at them.

"…he seems to have been able simply to render the orchestra alert and responsive(…). Whatever the explanation, it is clear that Böhm maintained the ability to make an orchestra responsive both to the most minute inflections of his baton and to the playing of their colleagues." The Guardian

"Even today, Karl Böhm is still Vienna's favourite conductor" Süddeutsche Zeitung

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Invitation to the Dance

Invitation to the Dance


 

Tico Tico

Abreu/Oliveira

Bach, J S:

Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV1068: Gavotte I & II

Brahms:

Hungarian Dance No. 1 in G minor

Carli:

El firulete

Dvorak:

Slavonic Dance No. 8 in G minor, Op. 46 No. 8

Kodály:

Dances of Galanta

Mozart:

Divertimento No. 17 in D Major, K334: Minuet

Rondo for Piano & Orchestra in D major, K382

Salgán:

A fuego lento

Sibelius:

Valse Triste, Op. 44 No. 1

Strauss, J, II:

Kaiser-Walzer, Op. 437

Unter Donner und Blitz, Op. 324

Tchaikovsky:

The Nutcracker: Waltz of the Flowers

Verdi:

Danza del piccoli schiavi mori (from Aida)


Berlin music lovers know there is no better way of celebrating the New Year than with the Berlin Philharmonic.The concerts sell out instantaly and people all around the world are glued to their screens during the live transmissions. Invitation to the dance is a journey through 300 years of dance which should leave the listener beaming with joy.

"There is no one quite like Daniel Barenboim today in the music world. General music director of the Berlin State Opera and its orchestra, the Berlin Staatskapelle; principal guest conductor at the Teatro Alla Scala in Milan; formerly music director of the Chicago Symphony and the Orchestre de Paris; for years a conductor at the Bayreuth and Salzburg festivals; a champion of new music since the 1950s; a chamber musician who has performed with every great singer and instrumentalist in half a century" The New York Times

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The Dvorák Cycle - Volume VI

The Dvorák Cycle - Volume VI

Live Recording from The Alte Oper Frankfurt 1993


Dvorak:

Requiem, Op. 89


Lucia Popp (soprano), Eva Randová (mezzo-soprano), Josef Protschka (tenor) & Peter Mikuláš (bass)

The Prague Syphony Orchestra & Prague Symphonic Choir, Petr Altrichter

The music of the quintessentially Czech composer Dvorák is, above all, enjoyable and is a perennial favourite in the Romantic repertoire. This series of concerts is performed by the Prague Symphony Orchestra and Chorus and the Prague Philharmonic Choir, with three leading Czech conductors on the podium: Petr Altrichter, Jirí Belohlávek and Libor Pesek. Guest soloists include soprano Lucia Popp, alto Eva Randová, tenor Josef Protschka, bass Peter Mikulás, pianist Igor Ardasev, violinist Ivan Zenaty and cellist Mischa Maisky, who plays Dvorák‘s Cello Concerto, one of his finest works.

Recording Date: 1993
Place of recording: Live from the Alte Oper Frankfurt
Running Time: 92 min
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Zubin Mehta conducts Mozart, Bartók & Dvorak

Zubin Mehta conducts Mozart, Bartók & Dvorak

Music Center, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, January 1977


Bartók:

Concerto for Orchestra, BB 123, Sz.116

Dvorak:

Carnival Overture, Op. 92

Symphony No. 8 in G major, Op. 88

Slavonic Dance No. 8 in G minor, Op. 46 No. 8

Mozart:

Bassoon Concerto in B flat major, K191


Zubin Mehta, at the age of 26, was the youngest ever conductor to head a major American orchestra. Truly ingenious, he led them to international acclaim.

This DVD was recorded at the height of this collaboration, and beautifully portrays an emerging star.

In his youth, Mehta was already so much more than a conductor. His profound connection with the orchestra leads to a unity of sound which is rare in today's jet-set reality.

He understands how to stretch the orchestra technically because he knows it inside out.

In turn, the orchestra inspires Mehta. In their joyful collaboration, hidden musical meanings emerge.

Mehta shows his versatility in his interpretations of great works from the 18th, 19th and 20th century.

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The Dvorák Cycle - Volume V

The Dvorák Cycle - Volume V


Dvorak:

Stabat Mater, Op. 58


Eva Urbanová (soprano), Katerina Kachlíková (mezzo-soprano), Štefan Margita (tenor) & Peter Mikuláš (bass)

The Prague Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, Libor Pešek

The works of the quintessentially Czech composer Antonín Dvorák are, above all, enjoyable and perennial favourites of the Romantic repertoire. This six-part series of concerts is performed by the Prague Symphony Orchestra and Chorus and the Prague Philharmonic Choir, with the leading Czech conductor on the podium: Petr Altrichter, Jirí Belohlávek and Libor Pešek. Guest soloists include soprano Lucia Popp, alto Eva Randová, tenor Josef Protschka, bass Peter Mikulas, pianist Igor Ardasev, violinist Ivan Zenaty and cellist Mischa Maisky, who plays one of Dvorák’s finest works, the Cello Concerto. VOLUME V includes the world’s famous Stabat Mater. The first English performance, in London’s Royal Albert Hall in 1883 was such a sensational success that Dvorák was asked to conduct his Stabat Mater himself the following year. The last hurdle to a world career had been cleared.

Recording Date: 1993
Place of recording: Live from the Alte Oper Frankfurt
Running Time: 90 min
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Czech Republic - A Musical Tour of the Country's Past and Present

Czech Republic - A Musical Tour of the Country's Past and Present


Music by Smetana & Dvorak

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The Dvorák Cycle - Volume III

The Dvorák Cycle - Volume III


Dvorak:

Symphony No. 8 in G major, Op. 88

Piano Concerto in G minor, Op. 33

Igor Ardašev (piano)


The Prague Symphony Orchestra, Petr Altrichter

The works of the quintessentially Czech composer Antonín Dvorák are, above all, enjoyable and perennial favourites of the Romantic repertoire. This six-part series of concerts is performed by the Prague Symphony Orchestra and chorus and the Prague Philharmonic Choir, with the leading Czech conductor on the podium: Petr Altrichter, Jirí Belohlávek and Libor Pešek. Guest soloists include soprano Lucia Popp, alto Eva Randová, tenor Josef Protschka, bass Peter Mikulas, pianist Igor Ardasev, violinist Ivan Zenaty and cellist Mischa Maisky, who plays one of Dvorák’s finest works, the Cello Concerto.

Recording Date: 1993
Place of recording: Live from the Alte Oper Frankfurt
Running Time: 88 min
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The Dvorák Cycle - Volume II

The Dvorák Cycle - Volume II


Dvorak:

Biblical Songs (10), Op. 99

Violin Concerto in A minor, Op. 53

Ivan Zenaty (violin)

Te Deum, Op.103, B.176


Eva Randová (alto), Livia Agova (soprano) & Ivan Kusnjer (baritone)

The Prague Symphony Orchestra, Jiří Bělohlávek

Recording Date: 1993
Place of recording: Live from the Alte Oper Frankfurt
Running Time: 81 min
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The Dvorák Cycle - Volume I

The Dvorák Cycle - Volume I


Dvorak:

Symphony No. 7 in D minor, Op. 70

Slavonic Dances Nos. 9-16, Op. 72 Nos. 1-8

Romance in F minor, Op. 11

Ivan Zenaty (violin)


Recording Date: 1993
Place of recording: Live from the Alte Oper Frankfurt
Running Time: 100 min
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“This is undoubtedly one of the key Dvorak recordings on DVD...his reading of the Seventh Symphony is outstanding in every way...The recording too is first class, as is the camerawork.” Penguin Guide, 2010 edition ****

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