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Bedřich Smetana - La Moldau flac album
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La Moldau
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Bedřich Smetana Má Vlast (My Fatherland): Vltava (The Moldau). play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Bedrich Smetana Vltava (Ma vlast). Bedřich Smetana Má Vlast - II.

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

The Moldau and other Smetana Favourites. Overview (current section).

Artists Bedřich Smetana The Moldau. The Moldau Bedřich Smetana. This album has an average beat per minute of 117 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/148 BPM). Tracklist The Moldau.

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Bedřich Smetana (1824-1884) is remembered chiefly as a Czech nationalistic composer. His nationalism expressed itself above all in his operas, but he also wrote symphonic tone poems after the example of Franz Liszt. One of them, The Moldau, has become a beloved part of the international orchestral repertoire. He would probably not be happy that it’s known by that name. Smetana, the ardent Czech. Photo of Smetana in ca. 1878 by an anonymous photographer. The German-speaking Austro-Hungarian Empire ruled many ethnic groups, including the Czechs, with an iron hand.

The Moldau, Czech Vltava, symphonic poem by Bohemian composer Bedřich Smetana that evokes the flow of the Vltava River-or, in German, the Moldau-from its source in the mountains of the Bohemian Forest, through the Czech countryside, to the city of Prague. A devoutly patriotic work, The Moldau captures in music Smetana’s love of his homeland. Completed in 1874 and first performed the following year, the piece constitutes the second movement of a six-movement suite, Má vlast (My Country), which premiered in its entirety in Prague on November 5, 1882. Smetana conceived of a series of orchestral.

Tracklist

A Die Moldau Mein Vaterland Part1
B Die Moldau Mein Vaterland Part2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
121 556 SEPL Berliner Philharmoniker Die Moldau (Vltava) ‎(7") Deutsche Grammophon 121 556 SEPL Germany Unknown
30 556 EPL Smetana*, Berliner Philharmoniker Smetana*, Berliner Philharmoniker - Die Moldau (Vltava) ‎(7", EP, Mono) Deutsche Grammophon 30 556 EPL Germany Unknown
96 001 Friedrich Smetana* Die Moldau ‎(7") Deutsche Grammophon 96 001 Germany 1967
30 556 EPL Smetana*, Berliner Philharmoniker Smetana*, Berliner Philharmoniker - Die Moldau (Vltava) ‎(7", EP, Mono) Deutsche Grammophon 30 556 EPL Germany Unknown
30 556 EPL Smetana*, Berliner Philharmoniker Smetana*, Berliner Philharmoniker - Die Moldau (Vltava) ‎(7", Single) Deutsche Grammophon 30 556 EPL Germany Unknown