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Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America Má vlast (My Country) : No. 1, Vyšehrad · Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra Smetana: Ma Vlast . Released on: 1994-08-05. Conductor: Antoni Wit Orchestra: Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra Composer: Bedřich Smetana Engineer: Otto Nopp. Auto-generated by YouTube.

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

Smetana - the cycle of symphonic poems My Country (the opening concert of the Prague Spring 2010 international music festival, live) Prague Philharmonia, conductor Jakub Hrůša The most recent Supraphon recording of My Country dates back to the halcyon days of 1990. Part bucolic, part combative, always nationalistic, Bedrich Smetana’s Má Vlast cycle of symphonic poems needs Czech musicians to make the music fuse and fly. Captured live in concert, Hrusa’s Prague Philharmonia glory as much in the clamorous battle scenes as in the rippling waters of Vltava, the best-known segment. The Times, 13th November 2010.

Bedřich SmetanaLeoš Janáček. Smetana: My Country; Janáček: String Quartet No. 1 "Kreutzer Sonate" (London Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Alfred Scholz; Philharmonia Slovanica feat. conductor: Alfred Scholz; Endress Quartet). 'My Country' Symphonic poems: 4. From Bohemia's Woods and Fields, JB 1:112/4. 3. Alfred ScholzPhilharmonia Slavonica. 'My Country' Symphonic poems: 3. Sarka, JB 1:112/3. 4. 'My Country' Symphonic poems: 5. Tábor, JB 1:112/5.

A new version of Last. Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra & Alfred Scholz. Smetana: Excerpts from Má Vlast "My Country". Go to artist profile.

Smetana determined to make himself just such an original Czech composer. More than a quarter-century later, he wrote his great cycle of Czech tone-poems Má Vlast. He first embarked on the creation of a music for his people through opera; the medium allowed him the opportunity to pick grand, patriotic historical themes, as in Libuše or The Brandenburgers in Bohemia, or to find charming and delightful stories of village life among the peasants, as in his single most famous work, the winning comedy The Bartered Bride. The flow of compositions began with the first four tone poems that make up his cycle Má Vlast, a charming opera, The Kiss (second only to The Bartered Bride in popularity in his native country), the biographical string quartet in E minor, subtitled From my life, which dramatically depicts the ringing of a high E in his ears that foreshadowed the. onset of his deafness.

Free download and listen Smetana: My Country (Ma Vlast). Smetana - Má Vlast - Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, London Classical Players, Rico Saccani, Roger Norrington, Бедржих Сметана. Smetana Piano Works, Vol. 1 - Jitka ?echová, Jitka Čechová, Бедржих Сметана. Dovorak:Piano Trio ''Dumky'' - Smetana:Piano Trio O. 5 - Kubelik Trio, Антонин Дворжак, Бедржих Сметана. 2 - Jitka ?echová, Jitka Čechová, Бедржих Сметана.

Ma Vlast (Czech PO, Neumann) (1997). Czech Philharmonic Orchestra - Smetana. Ma Vlast (Czech PO, Neumann). Ma Vlast (My Country): IV. Z Českych Luhů A Hajů (From Bohemian Fields And Groves). 5. Ma Vlast (My Country): V. Tabor. 6. Ma Vlast (My Country): VI. Blanik. Ma Vlast (Wiener Philharmoniker, Harnoncourt) (2003).

Má vlast by Bedřich Smetana. Despite his importance as the founder of a national school of Czech music, outside his native country Bedřich Smetana is known for only a few works: in particular, the symphonic poem Vltava (The Moldau), the String Quartet No. 1 (From My Life) and the opera The Bartered Bride. Smetana’s life was clouded by a tragic personal fate and political struggles over the future of his homeland


A1 Vltava (Moldau) (No. 2 of Symphonic Cycle "Má Vlast" ("My Country"))
B1 From Bohemia's Meadows & Forests (No. 4 Of Symphonic Cycle "Má Vlast" ("My Country"))


  • Composed By – Bedřich Smetana
  • Conductor – Otto Ackermann
  • Cover, Photography – Picture Post Library (tracks: The Vltava At Charles Bridge, Prague)
  • Liner Notes – Malcolm Rayment
  • Orchestra – Philharmonia Orchestra
  • Photography By – Foto Fayer (tracks: Picture of Otto Ackermann)


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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): XA 705 - I N
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): XA705
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): XA 706 - I N
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): XA706

Bedřich Smetana, Otto Ackermann, Philharmonia Orchestra - "My Country" (Má Vlast) mp3 play

Performer: Bedřich Smetana

Title: "My Country" (Má Vlast)

Style: Romantic

Genre: Classical

Size MP3: 1111 mb

Size FLAC: 1400 mb

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