March - "Česká muzika" ("Czech Music") were written by one of the most famous Czech marching composers František Kmoch.
Pochod «Česká muzika» Marcia «Musica Ceca» March «Czech Music» Марш «Чешкая Музыка» Esecuzione della Grande Orchestra di Fiati «Supraphon» (Velký dechový orchestr Supraphonu). Compositore/Composer/Композитор: František Kmoch
Hustopečská dolinečka Tichý večer Noční slzy (Nächtliche Tränen) Pro keho sa strojíš
Adam Michna z Otradovic - Ceske marianske zpevy (Czech Music for the Virgin Mary) Musica Bohemica Jaroslav Krcek, conductor Prague Czech Chamber Chorus, Jiri Kolar, choirmaster Jarmila Mihalikova, soprano Hana Chlomkova, alto Jaroslav Brezina, Roman Gottlieb, tenor 1. Vánoční magnét a střelec 2. Vánoční rosička (2:35) 3. Vánoční kolíbka a kolibání (6:54)
This is a radio promo for the Czech radio show on KDNE 91.9, Crete, Nebraska.
Christmas Music from Czech From collections Ceska marianska muzika (1647) and Svatorocni muzika (1661) Adam Michna was prolific, but not all of his works were preserved and known today. There are 230 of his compositions from three Czech and two Latin collections. The majority of his creative effort was dedicated to sacred music. The best known are his three hymn cycles, Česká mariánská muzika (Czech Marian music), Loutna česká (Czech Lute) and Svatoroční muzika (Holy year music). He composed vocal as well as vocal-instrumental music to his own lyrics. He wrote many Czech sacred songs; some are still well known and popular, such as the carol „Vánoční noc“ (Christmas Night), better known as Chtíc, aby spal, which is commonly sung today at Christmas in the Czech Republic. It is possible that Michna was familiar with early Italian Baroque compositional techniques https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urTSuTCpN9w
Hemvärnets Musikkår Blekinge 2012-09-01.
Festival Koletova Rtyně 2010 /Rtyně v Podkrkonoší 30.5.2010/ - Monstrkoncert, dir. Zdeněk Tlučhoř