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  1. The Asrael Symphony was composed in memory of Anton¡n Dvor k and his daughter, Otilie, to whom Suk was married. This release continues the series of Belohl vek's last recordings of Czech masterworks for Decca Classics before he passed away in /5(9).
  2. Concerts James R. Oestreich, The New York Times, 17 November In any case, the performance of Dvorak’s “New World” Symphony that concluded the program .
  3. Czech Philharmonic & Jiri Belohlavek - Suk: Asrael Symphony; Pohádka () Hi-Res Hi-Res 24 bit , 0 Music_land All albums Czech Philharmonic Jiri .
  4. The Česká filharmonie is a Czech symphony orchestra based in Prague. The orchestra's principal concert venue is the Rudolfinum.
  5. History. The name "Czech Philharmonic Orchestra" appeared for the first time in , as the title of the orchestra of the Prague National Theatre. It played its first concert under its current name on January 4, when Antonín Dvořák conducted his own compositions, but it did not become fully independent from the opera until The first representative concert took place on October.
  6. Other articles where Czech Philharmonic Orchestra is discussed: Vladimir Ashkenazy: the chief conductor of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.
  7. Buy The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra () by Smetana, Bedrich, Dvorák, Antonín, Suk, Josef, Janácek, Leos, Kubelík, Rafael, Ancerl, Karel, Talich, Vaclav.
  8. The repertoire of the orchestra is mostly based on the interpretation of the music from the age of classicism. The dramaturgy of the concert seasons is however very varied and includes music from the baroque period until modern times. Increasingly often the philharmonic also includes into its concert plans even more extensive symphonic works and vocally instrumental pieces.
  9. - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra - Libor Pesek - Václav Neumann - Zora Jehličková - Ivan Kusnjer - Ján Galla - Prague Philharmonic Choir - Lubomir Matl - Petr Skvor Album Summary Suk, Josef: Symphony in C minor, Op. 27 "Asrael".

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