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SMETANA, Bedřich - Composers

   Found CDs: 39
 

Composer: SMETANA, Bedřich ((1824-1884))

Smetana, Janacek, Martinu - Complete String Quartets - Stamitz Quartet (5 CD Set)

Smetana, Janacek, Martinu - Complete String Quartets - Stamitz Quartet (5 CD Set)
ID: BRIL6473
CDs: 5
Type: CD
Subcollection: Quartet

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Kendlinger - Die schönsten Opernchöre II - K&K Philharmoniker - K&K Opernchor - Dirigent: Matthias Georg Kendlinger

Kendlinger - Die schönsten Opernchöre II - K&K Philharmoniker - K&K Opernchor - Dirigent: Matthias Georg Kendlinger
ID: CD984
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Opera & Vocal Collection
Subcollection: Voices and Orchestra

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Barbara Ulricca Theler - Bruno Canino - Dvorak & Smetana - Songs

Barbara Ulricca Theler - Bruno Canino - Dvorak & Smetana - Songs
ID: CLAVES502411
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Vocal and Piano

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Xavier de Maistre - Famous Classics

Xavier de Maistre - Famous Classics
ID: CLAVES502506
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Instrumental
Subcollection: Harp

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First Taneyev International Chamber Music Competition - Prize winners - Kaluga 2002

First Taneyev International Chamber Music Competition - Prize winners  - Kaluga 2002
ID: CR067
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Chamber Ensemble

1, 2 - Tamara Tchitadze, piano / Ketevan Sepashvili, piano (Piano duo)
3 - Jakob Fichert, piano / Sabrina Zimmermann, violin / Pavlos Carvalho, cello
4 - 6 Anna Kochelaeva, violin / Natalia Zlobina, piano / Alexandra Budo, cello / Natalia Golovina,viola

Tamara Tchitadze, Ketevan Sepashvili - II prize (Georgia) The ensemble was founded in 1999 under the guidance of professor R.Korsantia. Both participants of the duo are students of the Saradzhishvili Conservatoire in Tbilisi. The ensemble is the prize winner of the republican competition in Tbilisi (2000)
Jakob Fichert (piano) Sabrina Zimmermann (violin) Pavlos Carvalho (cello) - II prize (Great Britain) The ensemble Trio Belle Epoque was established in 1999. During 2000 and 2001 the trio won several prizes in international chamber music competitions. Recently they took First Prize in the Koblenz International Chamber music competition. Trio Belle Epoque has played many recitals in UK and abroad.
Natalia Zlobina (piano), Anna Kochelaeva (violin), Natalia Golovina (viola), Alexandra Budo (cello) - I prize (Russia) The quartet was established in 2000. The partcipants of the ensemble are studying in the class of professor Tatiana Gaidamovich. The ensemble leads an active concert life.
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Piano Sensibile, Vol. 1, Boris Mersson

Piano Sensibile, Vol. 1, Boris Mersson
ID: DRC5007
CDs: 1
Type: CD

Beethoven: Adagio Cantabile (ausder Sonate Pathétiquw Op. 13)
Brahms: Intermezzo No. 1, Op. 119 (Adagio)
Chopin: Prelude in Des-Dur, Op.28, No. 15 (Sostenuto) ; Nocturne in Cis-Moll, Opus posthume (Largo)
Debussy:
Field: Noctrune in B-Dur No. 5 (Andantino)
Janáček: La fille aux cheveux de lin (aus Preludes cahier 1) (Tres calme et doucement expressf)
Liszt: Consolatino No.3 (Lento placido) in Des-Dur
Mendelssohn (-Bartholdy): Lieder ohne Worte No.18, Op. 38 (Andante con moto)
Satie: Gnossienne No. 2 (Avec étonnement)
Schubert: Impromptu No. 2, Op. 142 (Allegretto) in As-Dur
Schumann: Träumerei (Aus Kinderszenen Op. 15); Vogel als Prophet (Aus Waldszenen Op. 82) (langsam, sehr zart)
Smetana: La Consolation (Aus < Reves > six morceaux caractéristiques pour piano a 2 mains) (Moderato)
Tchaikovsky: Barcarolle No.6 (Aus die Jahreszeiten Op.37) (Andante cantabile)
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Kendlinger - Die schönsten Opernchöre II - K&K Philharmoniker - K&K Opernchor - Dirigent: Matthias Georg Kendlinger

Kendlinger - Die schönsten Opernchöre II - K&K Philharmoniker - K&K Opernchor - Dirigent: Matthias Georg Kendlinger
ID: DVD985
CDs: 1
Type: DVD
Collection: Opera & Vocal Collection
Subcollection: Voices and Orchestra

Picture Format: 16:9
Sound Format: Dolby Digital Stereo
Subtitles: none
Region Code: 0 (wordwide)
DVD Format: DVD 5
Duration: 67 mins
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ESTONIAN NATIONAL OPERA - ESTONIA 100 (Rahvusooper Estonia 100)

ESTONIAN NATIONAL OPERA  - ESTONIA 100 (Rahvusooper Estonia 100)
ID: ERP906
CDs: 11
Type: CD
Collection: Opera and Operetta
Subcollection: Voices and Orchestra

Recordings since 1930 from the archives of Estonian Radio and private collections, Mono / Stereo

11 CDs in jubilee-box + Booklet 79 pages


CD 1 (ERP 906-1)- Opera, romance - Aav, Händel, Verdi, Gounod, Bizet... 76:39
CD 2 (ERP 906-2)- Opera, romance - Leoncavallo, Puccini, Tchaikovsky... 74:50
CD 3 (ERP 906-3)- Opera - Wagner, Rossini, Tchaikovsky, Verdi... 76:03
CD 4 (ERP 906-4)- Opera - Verdi, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Puccini... 77:36
CD 5 (ERP 906-5)- Opera - Rossini, Verdi, Puccini, Wagner... 76:02
CD 6 (ERP 906-6)- Opera - Aav, Puccini, Mozart, Donizetti, Verdi... 76:49
CD 7 (ERP 906-7)- Operetta, musical - Kálmán, Lehár, J Strauss, Friml... 79:08
CD 8 (ERP 906-8)- Operetta, musical - Romberg, Kálmán, J Strauss, ... 71:03
CD 9 (ERP 906-9)- Operetta, musical - Kálmán, J Strauss, Romberg... 76:46
CD 10 (ERP 906-10)- Operetta, musical - Lehár, Smetana, Milyutin... 76:56
CD 11 (ERP 906-11)- Operetta, musical - Kálmán, J Strauss, Offenbach... 76:52

The soloists of Estonian National Opera
Liida Aadre (1904−1957), soprano.
Liida Aadre (1904−1957), soprano.
Jenny Anvelt (b 1949), soprano.
Väino Aren (b 1933), operetta artist (1971−1975).
Andrei Christiansen (1914−1968), baritone.
Enno Eesmaa (1917−1996), tenor.
Helmi Einer (1888−1968), soprano.
Viktor Gurjev (1914−1985), tenor.
Jaan Haabjärv (1914−1946), tenor.
Maarja Haamer (b 1938), soprano.
Benno Hansen (1891−1952), bass.
Tiina Jaaksoo (b 1931), soprano.
Vello Jürna (b 1959), tenor.
Anu Kaal (b 1940), soprano.
Harri Kaasik (1910−1994), tenor.
Mari Kamp (b 1915), soprano.
Kalju Karask (b 1931), tenor.
Katrin Karisma (b 1947), operetta artist of the EsNO (1968−1998).
Eedo Karrisoo (1907−1982), tenor.
Valentine Kask (1899−1974), mezzo-soprano.
Tõnu Kilgas (b 1954), operetta artist of the EsNO (1984−2001).
Meta Kodanipork (1904−1983), soprano.
Ants Kollo (b 1949), tenor.
Kaie Konrad (b 1943), soprano.
Uno Kreen (1928−1996), bass.
Hendrik Krumm (1934−1989), tenor.
Galina Kulkina (1922−1990), soprano.
Voldemar Kuslap (b 1937), baritone.
Tiit Kuusik (1911−1990), baritone.
Ivo Kuusk (b 1937), tenor.
Mati Kõrts (b 1962), tenor.
Ervin Kärvet (1932−2000), bass.
Aino Külvand (1921−2005), soprano.
Arvo Laid (1945−1993), baritone.
Milvi Laid (1906−1976), soprano.
Ester Lepa (b 1928), soprano.
Artur Linnamägi (1915−1983), bass.
Ida Loo-Talvari (1901−97), soprano.
Olga Lund (1912−1998), soprano.
Valter Luts (1923−2003), operetta artist and director at the EsNO (1946−1968).
Agu Lüdig (1897−1949). Operetta director and actor at the EsNO (1919−1949).
Elsa Maasik (1908−1991), soprano.
Teo Maiste (b 1932), bass.
Hugo Malmsten (1907−1991), tenor.
Eva Meil (1917−2002), operetta artist of the EsNO (1949−1975).
Alfred Mering (1903−1988), operetta artist and director at the EsNO (1946−1965).
Hans Miilberg (b 1945), baritone.
Enno Mikkelsaar (b 1945), baritone.
Olga Mikk-Krull (1887−1980), soprano.
Gerda Murre (1913−1981), sopran.
Paul Mägi sen (1917−1973), tenor.
Eve Neem (1942−2006), mezzo-soprano.
Illart Orav (1936−94), baritone.
Georg Ots (1920−1975), baritone.
Karl Ots (1882−1961), tenor.
Heino Otto (1915−1982), tenor.
Paula Padrik (b 1926), soprano.
Mati Palm (b 1942). Soloist of the EsNO (since 1969).
Liidia Panova (b 1928), mezzo-soprano.
Theo Puks (1897−1988), bass.
Sirje Puura (b 1949), soprano.
Väino Puura (1951), baritone.
Aaro Pärn (1910−1990), bass.
Endel Pärn (1914−1990). Operetta artist of the EsNO (1942−1986).
Helvi Raamat (b 1947), soprano.
Ott Raukas (1911−1962), bass.
Riina Reinik (1908−1990), operetta artist. Soloist of the EsNO (1931−1944).
Artur Rinne (1910−1984), baritone.
Mait Robas (b 1925), tenor.
Marta Rungi (1902−1988), soprano.
Helgi Sallo (b 1944), soprano.
Haili Sammelselg (b 1928), soprano.
Konstantin Savi (1894−1943), tenor.
Leonid Savitski (b 1948), bass.
Jenny Siimon (1905−1982), mezzo-soprano.
Tarmo Sild (b 1953), baritone.
Sophie Sooäär (1914−1996).
Jelena Solovjova (b 1934), soprano.
Alfred Sällik (1890−1943), tenor.
Jassi Zahharov (b 1954), baritone.
Leili Tammel (b 1943), mezzo-soprano.
Martin Taras (1899−1968), tenor.
Georg Taleš (1912−1997), baritone.
Urve Tauts (b 1935), mezzo-soprano.
Klaudia Tiidus (1917−1996), soprano.
Olga Torokoff-Tiedeberg (1902−1964), soprano.
Annika Tõnuri (b 1961), soprano.
Ia Uudelepp (1913−1983), soprano.
Els Vaarman (1908−1976), soprano.
Kalju Vaha (1926−1962). Operetta artist of the EsNO (1940−1948, 1950−1959).
Harri Vasar (1926−1994), tenor.
Heli Veskus (b 1969), soprano.
Karl Viitol (1888−1944), bass / baritone.
Margarita Voites (b 1936), soprano.
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B. Smetana - My Country (Má vlast) - Prague Symphony Orchestra - Tomas Netopil

B. Smetana - My Country (Má vlast) - Prague Symphony Orchestra - Tomas Netopil
ID: FOK0001
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Orchestral Works
Subcollection: Orchestra

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MUSICA SLAVICA - Neva KRYSTEVA, organ

MUSICA SLAVICA - Neva KRYSTEVA, organ
ID: GD225
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Organ Collection
Subcollection: Organ

The works included in this release form a brief anthology of organ music by Slavic composers. While the organ was quick to establish its overall presence in the Catholic and Protestant liturgical tradition, East Orthodox music rejects the use of instruments in general. This explains the presentation of the early epoch of organ music in this programme by Polish and Czech Slavic composers mainly, who, belonging to the Catholic tradition, took part in the historic development of European music, lending some regional characteristics to it. The organ was introduced into the works of other Slavic composers during the 20th century, mainly in secular music. The selection for the present CD was made by Neva Krysteva, who is Professor of Polyphony at the Pancho Vladigerov State Academy of Music, Sofia, a theorist of music, and a composer. Ms. Krysteva has given concerts throughout Europe and Asia. Being a performer of an extensive repertoire, she includes Baroque and Romantic music in her programmes, as well as 20th-century works. A number of compositions have been written especially for her and have been dedicated to her. She is founder of the Bulgarian organ school and many of her students perform throughout the world.
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