BEDŘICH SMETANA - VLTAVA

BEDŘICH SMETANA - VLTAVA

Vltava je druhá symfonická báseň z cyklu Má vlast skladatele Bedřicha Smetany. Popisuje tok nejdelší české řeky -- Vltavy. Vltava vznikla mezi 20. listopadem a 8. prosincem roku 1874. Premiéru měla 4. dubna 1875. Sám Smetana o Vltavě řekl: Skladba líčí běh Vltavy, začínaje od prvních obou praménků, Teplá a Studená Vltava, spojení obou potůčků do jednoho proudu; pak tok Vltavy v hájích a po lučinách, krajinami, kde zrovna se slaví veselé hody; při noční záři lůny rej rusalek; na blízkých skalách vypínají se pyšně hrady, zámky a zříceniny, Vltava víří v proudech Svatojánských; teče v širokém toku dále ku Praze, Vyšehrad se objeví, konečně mizí v dálce v majestátném toku svém v Labi.

Bedřich Smetana: Má Vlast Moldau (Vltava) [City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra]

Bedřich Smetana: Má Vlast Moldau (Vltava) [City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra]

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Smetana ~ Moldau

Smetana ~ Moldau

The World Rose: http://richardbrittain.wordpress.com/2014/09/14/the-world-rose From Smetana's Ma Vlast

Smetana: Vltava (The Moldau) - Stunning Performance

Smetana: Vltava (The Moldau) - Stunning Performance

NEW 2017: An American in Paris Stunning Performance: https://youtu.be/RUMJPlQwa50 Gimnazija Kranj Great Christmas Concert 2015 - Slavic Night. Gimnazija Kranj Symphony Orchestra performed Bedřich Smetana symphonic poem: Moldau from a symphonyic poem set: Má vlast (My homeland). Concert was sold out in record time of two days (1500 seats, Gallus Hall, Cankarjev dom, Slovenia). Our kids played stunningly and set a new standard of playing and performing. This is first real film based best Moldau performance on youtube. Conductor: maestro Nejc Bečan; concert master: Nejc Avbelj; flutes: Aleksandra Pleterski and Anja Kišek; sound design: Mitja Krže; head of production: Grega Jeraša; sound mastering: Iztok Zupan (Klopotec production); concert and film director: Primož Zevnik Dedicated to: Živa Pisk (daugther of my dearest friend, poet and translator Klemen Pisk), born in January 2017, Brno, Czech Republic http://www.klemen.pisk.net/index-eng.html VPK crew: Video asistenti: Domen Rakef, Jan Ješe; Avdio asistent:Daniel Grintal; Snemalci: Lojze Zlodi, Gregor Pregrad, Bojan Žalec, Robert Gaber, Boštjan Župevc, SOG, PT, CM; Kran operater: Matej Zagorc; Tonski mojster: Grega Zupan; Tehnični vodja: Admir Budimlić Mešalec slike: Flo Skubic; Izvršni producent: Sven Oliver Godec Scenography: Jernej Kejžar Floral set: Tina Karba in Marko Trilar (Yasmin: http://yasmin.si/) Gimnazija Kranj film Crew: Juš Hrastnik, Aljaž Lavtižar, Aljaž Repnik, Mark Jarc, Jaša Krč MOPS crew: Marjan Cerar Klopotec Crew: Iztok Zupan PPZ: Primož Zevnik, producer and director (primoz.zevnik@gmail.com) Gimnazija Kranj Symphony Orchestra: Concert master: Nejc Avbelj Orchestra Operational Manager: Dan Ažman FLAVTE (FLUTES): Aleksandra Pleterski, Katja Stanovšek, Zarja Hude, Neža Čadež, Manca Teran, Pia Krumpestar, Katjuša Rupnik, Anja Kišek; PIKOLO (PICCOLO) Manca Rozman; OBOE: Pavli Kac Ana Stoshitzky; KLARINETI (CLARINETS): Nadja Drakslar, Uroš Gorenc, Drejc Flajnik, Domen Kos; BAS KLARINET (BASE CLARINET): Jan Šifrer; FAGOTI (BASOONS): Arpad Balazs Piri, Miha Petkovšek; ROGOVI (FRENCH HORNS): Žiga Cesar, Marko Pirc, Miha Lončar, Klever Felicio; TROBENTE: Aleš Klančar, Anžej Remšak, Marko Novak; POZAVNE: Domen Gantar, Žan Škrjanec, Filip Istenič; EVFONIJ: Nina Tajč; TUBA: Tilen Oblak; TOLKALA: Dan Ažman Pistotnik, Domen Blaznik, Vid Ušeničnik, Miha Ogris: KLAVIR (PIANO): Monika Podlogar, Rok Zupanc, Katja Jerič, Ana Maria Beguš; VIOLINE 1 (FIRST VIOLINS): Nejc Avbelj, Neža Capuder, Peter Jud, Oskar Longyka, Klavdija Jarc Bezlaj, Mojca Batič, Ajda Porenta, Dora Rakar, Tina Zajec, Neža Piry, Katarina Miklavčič, Evita Oberžan, Domen Lorenz; VIOLINE 2 (SECOND VIOLINS): Uroš Bičanin, Matija Udovič, Tjaša Gorjanc, Nina Pečar, Klara Gruden, Daniel Perez Tujillo, Laura Bartelj, Tonka Pogačnik, Eva Dukarič, Ana Marija Lazari, Vivijana Rogina; VIOLE (VIOLAS): Špela Pirnat, Neža Papler, Anuša Plesničar, Vanja Kojić, Jurij Gracej, Neža Sečnik, Hana Lavrinc, Anita Gnamuš, Urša Žun, Martin Kokošinek; VIOLONČELA (CELLOS): Urh Mrak, Arslan Hamidulin, Lucija Rupert, Alenka Piotrowicz, Katarina Kozjek, Nika Vremšak, Klara Pahor, Katarina Minatti, Ana Zupan; KONTRABASI (DOUBLE BASSES): Grega Rus, Todor Markovič, Andrej Kašič, Gašper Livk, Joana Gonzales Subira, Arthur Piotrowicz; HARFA (HARPS): Urša Rihtaršič Ajda Krišelj; SAKSOFONI (SAXOFONES): Gal Grobovšek, Urša Uršič, Manca Krivec; BAS KITARA/KITARA (BASS GUITAR / GUITAR): Luka Štibelj, Urh Zupan, Rok Klančar, Karim Zajec; HARMONIKA (ACCORDEON): Ana Lombar Concert sponsor: Hranilnica LON bank (www.lon.si) Veliki božični koncert Gimnazije Kranj 2015 - Slovanski večer. Veliki simfonični orkester Gimnazije Kranj je brilijanto izvedel simfonično pesnitev: Vltava Bedřicha Smetane iz cikla Moja domovina (Má vlast). Mladi glasbeniki so izvedli to skladbo v Gallusovi dvorani Cankarjevega doma v razprodani dvorani. S to interpretacijo se je gotovo zapisal v zgodovino najboljših izvedb tega dela vseh časov. Dirigent: Nejc Bečan, koncertni mojster: Nejc Avbelj; vodja produkcije: Grega Jeraša, tonski mojster: Mitja Krže; mastering: Iztok Zupan; režiser: Primož Zevnik

Smetana - Má vlast: Vltava (Die Moldau) (with score)

Smetana - Má vlast: Vltava (Die Moldau) (with score)

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Bedřich Smetana - Vltava (z cyklu Má vlast)

Bedřich Smetana - Vltava (z cyklu Má vlast)

Mé 100. video na Youtube název: Má vlast - Vltava (From my fatherland - Moldau, the Vltava) autor: Bedřich Smetana většinu fotografii jsem stáhla z wikipedie a i ostatní jsou označené jako creative commons

SMETANA - Ma Vlast (My Fatherland) - Vltava - High Quality Classical Music

SMETANA - Ma Vlast (My Fatherland) - Vltava - High Quality Classical Music

SMETANA - Ma Vlast (My Fatherland) - Vltava (Moldau) - High Quality Sound Classical Music HD HQ by Czech National Symphony Orchestra Original Soundtrack : Metropolitan. Má vlast (Czech pronunciation: [maː vlast], meaning "My country/homeland") is a set of six symphonic poems composed between 1874 and 1879 by the Czech composer Bedřich Smetana. While it is often presented as a single work in six movements and -- with the exception of Vltava -- is almost always recorded that way, the six pieces were conceived as individual works. They had their own separate premieres between 1875 and 1880; the premiere of the complete set took place on 5 November 1882 in Prague, under Adolf Čech, who had also conducted two of the individual premieres. In these works Smetana combined the symphonic poem form pioneered by Franz Liszt with the ideals of nationalistic music which were current in the late nineteenth century. Each poem depicts some aspect of the countryside, history, or legends of Bohemia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%A1_vlast Bedřich Smetana (Czech pronunciation: [ˈbɛdr̝ɪx ˈsmɛtana] ; 2 March 1824 -- 12 May 1884) was a Czech composer who pioneered the development of a musical style which became closely identified with his country's aspirations to independent statehood. He is thus widely regarded in his homeland as the father of Czech music. Internationally he is best known for his opera The Bartered Bride; for the symphonic cycle Má vlast ("My Homeland"), which portrays the history, legends and landscape of the composer's native land; and for his First String Quartet, From My Life. Smetana was naturally gifted as a pianist, and gave his first public performance at the age of six. After his conventional schooling, he studied music under Josef Proksch in Prague. His first nationalistic music was written during the 1848 Prague uprising, in which he briefly participated. After failing to establish his career in Prague, he left for Sweden, where he set up as a teacher and choirmaster in Gothenburg, and began to write large-scale orchestral works. During this period of his life Smetana was twice married; of six daughters, three died in infancy. In the early 1860s, a more liberal political climate in Bohemia encouraged Smetana to return permanently to Prague. He threw himself into the musical life of the city, primarily as a champion of the new genre of Czech opera. In 1866 his first two operas, The Brandenburgers in Bohemia and The Bartered Bride, were premiered at Prague's new Provisional Theatre, the latter achieving great popularity. In that same year, Smetana became the theatre's principal conductor, but the years of his conductorship were marked by controversy. Factions within the city's musical establishment considered his identification with the progressive ideas of Franz Liszt and Richard Wagner inimical to the development of a distinctively Czech opera style. This opposition interfered with his creative work, and may have hastened the health breakdown which precipitated his resignation from the theatre in 1874. By the end of 1874, Smetana had become completely deaf but, freed from his theatre duties and the related controversies, he began a period of sustained composition that continued for almost the rest of his life. His contributions to Czech music were increasingly recognised and honoured, but a mental collapse early in 1884 led to his incarceration in an asylum and his subsequent death. Smetana's reputation as the founding father of Czech music has endured in his native country, where advocates have raised his status above that of his contemporaries and successors. However, relatively few of Smetana's works are in the international repertory, and most foreign commentators tend to regard Antonín Dvořák as a more significant Czech composer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bed%C5%99ich_Smetana musique classique, klassische Musik, 古典音乐, 고전 음악, música clásica, शास्रीय संगीत, musik klasik, musica classica, クラシック音楽, klassieke muziek, klassisk musikk, música clássica, muzică clasică, классическая музыка, класична музика, klassisk musik, klasická hudba, เพลงคลาสสิค, klasik müzik, класична музика, nhạc cổ điển, موسيقى كلاسيكية

Bedřich Smetana - Vltava

Bedřich Smetana - Vltava

Smetana Bedřich Vltava

Vltava, Die Moldau (Ma Vlast, My Fatherland) - Bedřich Smetana [HD]

Vltava, Die Moldau (Ma Vlast, My Fatherland) - Bedřich Smetana [HD]

Má vlast (meaning "My homeland" in the Czech language) is a set of six symphonic poems composed between 1874 and 1879 by the Czech composer Bedřich Smetana. While it is often presented as a single work in six movements and – with the exception of Vltava – is almost always recorded that way, the six pieces were conceived as individual works. They had their own separate premieres between 1875 and 1880; the premiere of the complete set took place on 5 November 1882 in Prague, under Adolf Čech, who had also conducted two of the individual premieres. In these works Smetana combined the symphonic poem form pioneered by Franz Liszt with the ideals of nationalistic music which were current in the late nineteenth century. Each poem depicts some aspect of the countryside, history, or legends of Bohemia. Vltava Vltava, also known by its German name Die Moldau (or The Moldau), was composed between 20 November and 8 December 1874 and was premiered on 4 April 1875 under Adolf Čech. It is about 12 minutes long, and is in the key of E minor. In this piece, Smetana uses tone painting to evoke the sounds of one of Bohemia's great rivers. Motif of Vltava The piece contains Smetana's most famous tune. It is an adaptation of the melody La Mantovana, attributed to the Italian renaissance tenor, Giuseppe Cenci, which, in a borrowed Moldovan form, was also the basis for the Israeli national anthem, Hatikvah. The tune also appears in major in an old folk Czech song Kočka leze dírou ("The Cat Crawls Through the Hole"), and Hanns Eisler used it for his "Song of the Moldau". ------------------------------ The text above is offered by courtesy of Wikipedia, under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Full Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%A1_vlast Picture source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:PragueCityscape.JPG Picture license: public domain Performance license: Public Domain Performance source: http://blog.musopen.org/post/29482882056/done-and-done-musopen-kickstarter-project Thank you for listening, and if you would like to discover more beautiful classical music, subscribe to our Youtube channel! :)

Music of China THE VLTAVA:BEDRICH SMETANA

Music of China THE VLTAVA:BEDRICH SMETANA

Music of China, from China with love. Music is my passion and my world. Music makes me happy and improves my inside beauty. I fills the hearts of lovers with music. Lift the spirt of those who are sad. Give joy to the world with my love for music. God created my talent, I share his gift, that is my propose..... my gift to you! School: Guang Dong University of Foreign Studies International Marketing Major, I speak three languages, Cantonese, Mandarin Chinese and English. How did you learn music: I studied the violin at 6 year's old. Followed a famous violin teacher in Guangzhou Yue Xiu District Children's Palace Mandarin, Cantonese and English are the languages I speak. I am a trainer and support our customers with IT solutions. I am the only female in our office. I often take advantage of being a pretty lady, all my colleagues follow the rule of "ladies" first. That is great! Amadeus Guangzhou Office, An international IT solution for the travel industry. I am a perfectionist. I am very good at that task. I run my job successfully and also play me music smoothly. I have talent and good luck, however I still work hard. I can do the things can do, but men cannot do the the things I can do. More about me: School: Guang Dong University of Foreign Studies International Marketing Major, I speak three languages, Cantonese, Mandarin Chinese and English. How did you learn music: I studied the violin at 6 year's old. Followed a famous violin teacher in Guangzhou Yue Xiu District Children's Palace. I had been a Chief Violin player in the Youth Symphony Orchestra. When I grew up, I played the violin in the University very often. Music and my life goals, dream a little: When I play I feel, Music makes me happy, makes me beautiful and graceful. And music also bring me wisdom. My humble background: My father is a worker and my mother is a office lady. They wanted me to learn a kind of instrument. When I was a little i was able to remember the melody of many many songs and I could sing the songs well in key did not need teaching. Therefore they sent me to the Childern's Palace to learn a kind of instrument. Dose your family play music talent: No one can play instrument in my family. But my father and mother love music so much. They set and listen, listen and listen... Anything else: I love music because she will be my forever friend. She will accompany me all my life until I died. My friend Li Ying, Windy in her own words. Video, Editing, Interview: Robert Groening, regroening@aol.com

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