Bed ich Smetana, Moldau

Bed ich Smetana, Moldau

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JaWo Reuge Sublime Harmony 3 144 Vltava Moldau Bedich Smetana

JaWo Reuge Sublime Harmony 3 144 Vltava Moldau Bedich Smetana

Bedřich Smetana - Dalibor

Bedřich Smetana -  Dalibor

Leo Marian Vodička (Dalibor) Eva Děpoltová (Milada) Národní divadlo v Praze

Ma Vlast: I. Vysehrad

Ma Vlast: I. Vysehrad

Provided to YouTube by Kontor New Media Ma Vlast: I. Vysehrad · Gewandhausorchester Leipzig & Václav Neumann Smetana: Ma Vlast, Cycle of Symphonic Poems ℗ VEB Deutsche Schallplatten Berlin Released on: 2006-08-18 Conductor: Václav Neumann Orchestra: Gewandhausorchester Leipzig Composer: Bed?ich Smetana Music Publisher: Copyright Control Auto-generated by YouTube.

Ma Vlast: II. Vlatava

Ma Vlast: II. Vlatava

Provided to YouTube by Kontor New Media Ma Vlast: II. Vlatava · Gewandhausorchester Leipzig & Václav Neumann Smetana: Ma Vlast, Cycle of Symphonic Poems ℗ VEB Deutsche Schallplatten Berlin Released on: 2006-08-18 Conductor: Václav Neumann Orchestra: Gewandhausorchester Leipzig Composer: Bed?ich Smetana Music Publisher: Copyright Control Auto-generated by YouTube.

The Bartered Bride: Overture

The Bartered Bride: Overture

Provided to YouTube by Kontor New Media The Bartered Bride: Overture · Gewandhausorchester Leipzig & Vaclav Neumann Smetana: The Bartered Bride - Dvorak: Kate and the Devil - Janacek: Lachian Dances ℗ VEB Deutsche Schallplatten Berlin Released on: 2009-03-10 Conductor: Václav Neumann Orchestra: Gewandhausorchester Leipzig Composer: Bed?ich Smetana Music Publisher: Copyright Control Auto-generated by YouTube.

Bedřich Smetana - Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 15

Bedřich Smetana - Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 15

- Composer: Bedřich Smetana (2 March 1824 -- 12 May 1884) - Performers: Devich Trio - Year of recording: 2005 Piano Trio in G minor, JB 1:64, Op. 15, written in 1855. 00:00 - I. Moderato assai 11:29 - II. Allegro, ma non agitato 20:05 - III. Finale. Presto The death of Smetana's daughter Bedřiška was the emotional impetus behind the composition of the Trio for Piano and Strings in G minor, Op. 15. After Bedřiška succumbed to scarlet fever on 6 September 1855, Smetana was devastated; the composer immersed himself in composition, producing the trio soon enough for it to be performed later that year. Critical response was negative and may have prompted Smetana to revise the piece two years later, despite the fact that Liszt praised the work when he heard it in 1856. It was the most significant piece of chamber music he had composed up to that time, but it was not published until 1879, in Hamburg. The work is in three movements, all of which are in G minor: - The first movement is intense and lyrical, and begins with the violin alone playing a theme on the dark G string. The theme's chromatic descent through a perfect fifth evokes a Baroque-era musical symbol for grief. In nineteenth century fashion, however, Smetana extends the melody before arriving at the secondary theme of this gloomy sonata-form movement. The second theme is brighter in character than the first, and this section is further lightened by upward chromatic shifts in harmony. The development section has a central high point, followed by meandering passages that give way to the recapitulation, which brings back the tragic mood. - In the ensuing Intermezzo movement we hear references to the first movement. Its principal theme, a polka, seems to suggest the playful Bedřiška, although it is derived from the main theme of the first movement. The movement is divided into two alternativo sections, the first of which, pastoral in atmosphere, evokes Schumann. The second of these is more mournful and includes march-like rhythms. - For the main theme of the rondo finale, Smetana borrows nearly 100 measures from his own Piano Sonata in G minor of 1846. He also uses a fugato figure from his Characteristic Variations on a Czech Folksong. Buzzing with restless energy, the rondo theme creates a stark contrast to the preceding Intermezzo. This energy, however, is interrupted by sad, lyrical episodes for the cello. Smetana creates rhythmic drive through the simultaneous sounding of duplets and triplets through long passages in the 6/8 time movement. When the secondary theme returns near the end, it is transformed into a funeral march, with drum-like figures as accompaniment. Perhaps surprisingly, the work ends in the major mode. The Piano Trio is dedicated to Karel Stecker.

Ma Vlast: No. 1, Vysehrad

Ma Vlast: No. 1, Vysehrad

Provided to YouTube by Kontor New Media Ma Vlast: No. 1, Vysehrad · Janácek Philharmonic Orchestra & Theodore Kuchar Smetana: The Moldau - Dvořák: Czech Suite & Nature, Life, Love ℗ Edel Classics GmbH Released on: 2013-05-17 Conductor: Theodore Kuchar Orchestra: Janacek Philharmonic Orchestra Composer: Bed?ich Smetana Music Publisher: cc Auto-generated by YouTube.

[HD] Bedřich Smetana : "Die Moldau" / Karajan / Vienna Philharmonic

[HD] Bedřich Smetana : "Die Moldau" / Karajan / Vienna Philharmonic

Bedřich Smetana "Die Moldau" conducted by Herbert von Karajan (with the Vienna Philharmonic) (1985)

Louisa's Polka

Louisa's Polka

Provided to YouTube by Zebralution GmbH Louisa's Polka · Slovak State Philharmonic Orchestra, Christian Ehwald Classic for You: Romantic Moments ℗ 2014 Bella Musica Edition Released on: 2014-12-19 Composer: Bed?ich Smetana Music Publisher: Bella Musica Edition Auto-generated by YouTube.

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