V. Svet - Leoš Janáček - Slovak Philharmonic Choir* And Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir Of T
Label: Opus - 9112 0700 • Format: Vinyl LP, Mono • Country: Czechoslovakia • Genre: Classical • Style: Modern
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Slovak Philharmonic Choir is a leading Slovak professional music ensemble. It was founded in as Bratislava Radio Mixed Choir, conducted by Ladislav Slovák. It has kept its current name since , when it became one of the ensembles of the Slovak Philharmonic.
The Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra is a noted orchestra based in Ostrava in the northeast of the Czech Republic. It is named after the famous Czech composer.
The Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra is a noted orchestra based in Ostrava in the northeast of the Czech Republic. It is named after the famous Czech composer Leoš Janáček. For previous US-projects it has performed under the name Czech Symphony Orchestra and Czech Radio Orchestra. Its current conductor is Heiko Mathias Förster.
The Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra was established as a professional orchestra in Bratislava (formerly Pressburg) in Note: Not to be confused with the Slovak State Philharmonic Orchestra, Košice and Philharmonia Slavonica. Slovakia, which, with Bohemia and Moravia, became the Republic of Czecho-slovakia in , was the source of a great deal of music during the years of the Habsburg .
SLOVAK PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA. The Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra was established in by the esteemed conductors Václav Talich and Ľudovit Rajter.
This list of compositions by Leoš Janáček can be sorted by their genre, catalogue number (JW), date composed, Czech title, and English title. Click on the column headings. JW numbers are from Nigel Simeone, John Tyrrell, and Alena Němcová, Janáček's Works: A Catalogue of the Music and Writings of Leoš Janáček (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ).Chamber: Pohádka, Violin Sonata, String Quartet No. .