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Ave Maria  for male voices

Composer: music: Leos Janacek Leoš Janáček  (1854 - 1928), 1883
Byron, translated by Josef Jurdík


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(* 3.7.1854 Hukvaldy + 1928)

Janáček was born in a small moravian village . He was the ninth of the village schoolmaster's 13 children. At the age of eleven, Janáček came to Brno to study. He was sent to a foundation of the Augustinian 'Queen's' Monastery in Old Brno which took poor but musically gifted boys and trained them in music. Janáček´s talent was nourished by the prominent choirmaster Pavel Křížkovský there. After completing his basic schooling he trained as a teacher at the pedagogical institute and, except for a period at the Skuherský Organ School in Prague, he spent 1872-79 largely as a schoolteacher and choral conductor in Brno. In 1879 he attended the Leipzig Conservatory to study composition under the supervision of Leo Grill. He also attended the Vienna Conservatory but left after three months because of an argument with his music supervisor. Janáček´s entire activity was centred on Brno. He became a music teacher at the pedagogical institute, in 1881 he founded a college of organists which he directed until 1920. In 1884 Janáček founded a musical journal Hudební listy. He extended his experience as a choirmaster in the Brno Beseda, where he built up the great tradition of that musical body. He was a cofounder of the Russian Club and the Friends of Art Club in Brno; he was also Conservator of the museum. He was also musical editor of Moravské listy (Moravian Folia), contributed to Lidové Noviny (People's News), and published theoretical studies and articles. In 1881 he married one of his piano students, Zdenka Schulzová, but this marriage was not easy - mainly because of Janáček´s interest in other women (Gabriela Horvátová, Kamila Stösslová). Janáček also devoted himself to collecting and publishing Moravian folk songs and dances for which he wrote original arrangements, and composed a range of valuable studies. His interest in ethnography led him to study popular speech and create "melodies of speech". He was studying and recording common speech not only for their musical content, but with an eye for all which might affect the speaker: environment, age, experience of life, grief, joy, a hard life. Janáček didn't really come into his prime until very late on in his life. He was 50 when his first really successful opera Její pastorkyňa (Her Stepdaughter), better known as Jenůfa which is his third opera after Šárka (1887, rev.1888, 1918-19, 1925) and Počátek románu (The Beginning of a Romance, 1891, rev.1892) was performed in Brno. But outside Moravia he was almost unknown. He was unsuccessful at getting Jenůfa performed in Prague until 1916 and as such it wasn't until he was into his sixties that Janáček really became famous. The head of the opera section of the Prague National Theatre refused the work for twelve years. But when, finally, he decided to produce Jenůfa, he did so splendidly, and thus at least partly compensated Janáček for his undeserved disappointment during the most painful years of his life. During the long period of composition of Jenůfa (1894-1903, rev.1907, 1908, 1915), he sought his own musical expression in composition, and finished it under extremely tragic circumstances, when his young daughter Olga was dying. With Jenůfa, inspired by Gabriela Preissová's play of the same name, Janáček rethought his approach to opera and to composition in general. He largely abandoned the number opera, integrated folksong firmly into his music and formulated that theory of "speech-melody", based on the natural rhythms and the rise and fall of the Czech language, which was to influence all his ensuing works and give them a particular colour through their jagged rhythms and lines. For the first time Janáček, encouraged by his Prague success, really began to compose. The last years of his life were imbued with a fever of creative, always personal and original, activity. He received public acclaim, was nominated the first honorary doctor of Brno University and the Professor at the Prague Conservatoire. His organ school was also made into a conservatoire, his works came to be known abroad. After Jenůfa he finished his opera Osud (Fate, 1903-5, rev. 1906, 1907), the satiric opera of two parts Výlety pana Broučka (The Excursions of Mr. Brouček, 1917, rev. 1918, 1920) - do měsíce (to the Moon, separately 1908-13, rev.1916) and do 15.století (to the 15th century). The next opera Káťa Kabanová (1920-21) is based on a play by Ostrovsky, the opera Příhody Lišky Bystroušky (The Cunning Little Vixen, 1922-23, rev. 1924) is composed after Rudolf Těsnohlídek. The inspiration for the next opera Věc Makropulos (The Makropulos Affair, 1923-25) came from Karel Čapek. Janáček's creative development was crowned by his final opera Z mrtvého domu (From the House of the Dead, 1927-28), after Dostojevsky. Vocal music predominates in Janáček´s output. Janáček also invented an entirely new way of writing for male and female voice choirs. From the Slezské písně (Silesian Songs,1918) of Petr Bezruč he chose three poems, Maryčka Magdonová (1906-7), Kantor Halfar (Halfar the Schoolmaster, 1906) and Sedmdesát tisíc (Seventy Thousand, 1909, rev.1912), and set them to music as a protest against social and national oppression. From other choruses are notable Říkadla (The Nursery Rhymes, 1925/26) and Potulný šílenec (The Wandering Madman, 1922). His most important choral work is Glagolská mše (The Glagolitic Mass, 1926-7) written to an Old Slavonic text demonstrates his Slavism. Notable are the cantatas Amarus (1896-7, rev. 1901, 1906) and Věčné evangelium (The Eternal Gospel, 1913-14). The most outstanding Janáček´s symphonic compositions are the Laššské tance (Lachian Dances, 1889-91) and the rhapsody Taras Bulba (1915-18), which shows up his Russophilism, the "balad for orchestra" Šumařovo dítě (The Fiddler's Child, 1913) and the symphonic poem Balada blanická (Ballad of Blaník, 1919) where he expressed his joy at the emergence of the new republic in 1918. His Sinfonietta (1926) took its inspiration from Janáček's love for the town of Brno. Notable among the chamber compositions are the two piano cycles Po zarostlém chodníčku (On the Overgrown Path, 1910-11) and V mlhách (In the Mists, 1912), 1.X.1905 (From the Street, 1 October 1905) for piano (1905-6), the cantata for chamber orchestra Zápisník zmizelého (The Diary of One Who Dissapeared, 1917-20), the two string quartets, First (1923), based on Tolstoy´s novella The Kreutzer Sonata, and mainly the Second Listy důvěrné (Intimate letters, 1928), the Concertino (1925) and the Capriccio (1926), and the sextet for wind instruments Mládí (Youth, 1924). Janáček died on 12th August, 1928, in the sanatorium at Ostrava, where he had been taken in a fever from his native Hukvaldy. Janáček is regarded not only as a Czech composer worthy to be ranked with Bedřich Smetana and Antonín Dvořák, but also as one of the most substantial and original opera composers of the 20th century. Even today the world may find originality of thought, a sense of the dramatic, and new values in his work. And the stimulus which the interpretational challenge of his works gives ensures that his creative legacy will live on.

Janáček´s writings

ed. J.Racek a L.Firkušný: Janáček´s feuilletons from the Lidové noviny (Prague, 1938, 2/1958, Germ.transl. 1959, 2/1962, abridged Engl.transl. in Tausky, 1982)
ed. T.Straková: Leoš Janáček: Musik des Lebens: Skizzen, Feuilletons, Studien (Leipzig, 1979)
ed. and transl. V. a M.Tausky: Leoš Janáček: Leaves from his Life (London, 1982)
ed. and transl. M.Zemanová: Janáček´s Uncollected Essays on Music (London, 1989)
ed. J.Procházková: Leoš Janáček: Památník pro Kamilu Stösslovou (Album for Kamila Stösslová) (Brno, 1994, Germ.transl. 1994, Engl.transl. 1996)

B.Štědroň: Dílo Leoše Janáčka: abecední seznam Janáčkových skladeb a úprav (Janáček´s works: an alphabetical catalogue of Janáček´s compositions and arrangements) (Prague, 1959, Engl.transl. 1959 as The Works of Leoš Janáček)
N.Simeone: The First Editions of Leoš Janáček: a Bibliography (Tutzing, 1991)
N.Simeone, J.Tyrrell and A.Němcová: Janáček´s Works: a Catalogue of the Music and Writings of Leoš Janáček (Oxford, 1997)
Z.E.Fischmann, ed. and transl.: Janáček-Newmarch Correspondence (Rockville, MD, 1986)
C.Susskind: Janáček and Brod (New Haven, CT, and London, 1985)
B.Štědroň, ed.: Janáček ve vzpomínkách a dopisech (Janáček in reminiscences and letters) (Prague, 1946, Engl.transl. 1955)
J.Tyrrell, ed. and transl.: Intimate Letters: Leoš Janáček to Kamila Stösslová (London, 1994)
J.Tyrrell, ed. and transl.: My Life with Janáček: the Memoirs of Zdenka Janáčková (London, 1998)
M.Černohorská: Leoš Janáček (Prague, 1966, in Engl., Fr., Ger., Russ.)
G.Erismann: Janáček, ou La passion de la vérité (Paris, 1980)
H.Hollander: Leoš Janáček: his Life and Works (London, 1963, Germ.orig. 1964)
K.Honolka: Leoš Janáček: sein Leben, sein Werk, seine Zeit (Stuttgart and Zurich, 1982)
I.Horsbrugh: Leoš Janáček: the Field that Prospered (Newton Abbot and London, 1981)
D.Muller: Leoš Janáček (Paris, 1930)
J.Procházková a B.Volný: Narozen na Hukvaldech (Born in Hukvaldy) (Brno, 1994, Engl.transl. 1995)
F.Pulcini: Janáček: vita, opere, scritte (Turin and Florence, 1993)
J.Racek: Leoš Janáček: Mensch und Kunstler (Leipzig, 1962, 2/1971)
J.Vogel: Leoš Janáček: Leben und Werk (Kassel, 1958, Engl.transl. 1962, 3/1997)



Fate [Osud]
Vilem Pribyl, Magdalena Hajossyova, Vladimir Krejcik, Richard Novak
Brno Janacek Opera Chorus and Orchestra, Frantisek Jilek

CD Supraphon

From the House of the Dead [Z mrtveho domu]
Richard Novak, Vilem Pribyl, Jaroslav Horacek, Beno Blachut, Ivo Zidek a. o.
Czech Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra, Vaclav Neumann
Grand Prix audiovisuel de L'Europe del Academie du disque Francais

2 CD Supraphon

Gabriela Benackova, Nadezda Kniplova, Anna Barova, Vilem Pribyl, Vladimir Krejcik, Karel Berman, Vaclav Halir, Kveta Belanova, Jindra Pokorna, Daniela Suryova, Cecilie Stradalova, Jaroslava Janska
Brno Janacek Opera Chorus and Orchestra, Frantisek Jilek
Orphee d'or de L'Academie Nationale du disque lyrique

2 CD Supraphon

Elisabeth Soderstrom, Eva Randova, Marie Mrazova, Wieslav Ochman, Petr Dvorsky, Vaclav Zitek, Dalibor Jedlicka, Ivana Mixova, Lucia Popp, Vera Soukopova, Jindra Pokorna, Jana Jonasova, Vera Soukopova
Wiener Staatsopernchor, Norbert Balatsch
Wiener Philharmoniker, Sir Charles Mackerras

2 CD Decca

Kata Kabanova
Capriccio, Concertino

Jitka Pavlova - mezzo-soprano, Zdenek Svehla - tenor, Dalibor Jedlicka - bass, Peter Dvorsky - tenor, Gertrude Jahn - mezzo-soprano, Elisabeth Soderstrom - soprano, Libuse Marova - mezzo-soprano, Nadezda Kniplova - contralto, Vladimir Krejcik - tenor, Jaroslav Soucek - baritone, Hedwig Drechler - mezzo-soprano, Adolf Tomaschek - tenor, Paul Crossley - piano
Wiener Philharmoniker, Wiener Staatsopernchor, London Sinfonietta, Sir Charles Mackerras, David Atherton

2 CD Decca

Kata Kabanova
Drahomira Tikalova, Beno Blachut, Bohumir Vich, Ludmila Komancova, Zdenek Kroupa a. o.
Prague National Theatre Chorus and Orchestra, Jaroslav Krombholc

2 CD Supraphon

Kata Kabanova
Ludek Vele, Peter Straka, Eva Randova, Miroslav Kopp, Gabriela Benackova, Josef Kundlak, Zdenek Harvanek, Martina Bauerova, Dana Buresova
Chorus of the Prague National Theatre
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Charles Mackerras

2 CD Supraphon

Opera Suites
Prague Symphony Orchestra, Jiri Belohlavek
CD Supraphon

The Beginning of a Romance [Pocatek romanu]
Jaroslava Janska, Anna Barova, Jindra Pokorna, Vladimir Krejcik, Vilem Pribyl, Frantisek Caban, Jan Hladik, Richard Novak
Brno Janacek Opera Chorus, Josef Pancik
Brno Janacek Opera Orchestra, Frantisek Jilek
World premiere on CD

CD Multisonic

The Cunning Little Vixen
Orchestral Suite

Dalibor Jedlicka, Eva Zigmundova, Vladimir Krejcik, Richard Novak, Vaclav Zitek, Beno Blachut, Ivana Mixova, Lucia Popp, Libuse Marova, Gertrude Jahn, Eva Hribikova, Zuzana Hudecova, Peter Saray, Miriam Ondraskova, Eva Randova
Wiener Staatsopernchor, Helmut Froschauer, Bratislava Children's Choir, Elena Sarajova
Wiener Philharmoniker, Sir Charles Mackerras

2 CD Decca

The Cunning Little Vixen [Prihody Lisky Bystrousky]
Magdalena Hajossyova, Gabriela Benackova, Richard Novak, Miroslav Frydlewicz, Karel Prusa a. o.
Kuhn Childerns Chorus, Czech Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra, Vaclav Neumann

2 CD Supraphon

The Excursions of Mr. Broucek [Vylety pana Broucka]
Vilem Pribyl, Richard Novak, Jana Jonasova, Miroslav Svejda, Bohuslav Marsik, Vladimir Krejcik a. o.
Czech Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra, Frantisek Jilek

2 CD Supraphon

The Fate [Osud]
Peter Straka, Livia Aghova, Marta Benackova, Stefan Margita, Peter Mikulas, Ivan Kusnjer, Ludmila Novakova
Prag Chamber Choir
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Gerd Albrecht
Live recording

CD Orfeo

The Makropulos Case
The Lachian Dances

Elisabeth Soderstrom, Peter Dvorsky, Vladimir Krejcik, Anna Czakova, Vaclav Vitek, Zdenek Svehla, Dalibor Jedlicka, Beno Blachut
Wiener Staatsopernchor
Wiener Philharmoniker, Sir Charles Mackerras (The Makropulos Case)
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Francois Huybrechts (The Lachian Dances)
This recording was awarded the special prize by Diapason and Le Mande de la Musique

2 CD Decca

Eva Urbanova - soprano, Peter Straka - tenor, Ivan Kusnjer - baritone, Jaroslav Brezina - tenor
Prague Philharmonic Choir, Jaroslav Brych
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Charles Mackerras
world premiere recording

CD Supraphon

Other vocal and orchestral music

Folk Ballads
Dagmar Peckova - mezzo-soprano, Ivan Kusnjer - baritone, Marian Lapsansky - piano
Prague Philharmonic Chorus members, Pavel Kuhn

CD Supraphon

From the House of the Dead, Mladi / Youth, Rikadla / Children's Rhymes
Jiri Zahradnicek, Ivo Zidek, Vaclav Zitek, Dalibor Jedlicka, Antonin Svorc, Jaroslava Janska, Vladimir Krejcik, Richard Novak, Beno Blachut, Zdenek Svehla, Eva Zigmundova, Zdenek Sousek, Jaroslav Sousek
Wiener Staatsopernchor
Wiener Philharmoniker, Sir Charles Mackerras (From the House of the Dead)
London Sinfonietta and Chorus, David Atherton (Youth, Children's Rhymes)

2 CD Decca

Glagolitic Mass [Glagolska mse]
Elisabeth Soderstrom, Drahomira Drobkova, Frantisek Livora, Richard Novak
Jan Hora - organ
Czech Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra, Charles Mackerras

CD Supraphon

Glagolitic Mass [Glagolska mse], Amarus - Cantata for Soloists, Mixed Chorus and Orchestra
Gabriela Benackova, Eva Randova, Vilem Pribyl, Sergej Kopcak, Kvetoslava Nemeckova, Leo Marian Vodicka, Vaclav Zitek
Czech Philharmonic Chorus, Brno State Philharmonic Orchestra, Frantisek Jilek
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Charles Mackerras

CD Supraphon

Glagolitic Mass [Glagolska mse] for Soloists, Chorus, Orchestra and Organ after an Old Slavonic text
The Eternal Gospel [Vecne evangelium] - Legends for Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra

Eva Drizgova, Hana Stolfova-Bandova, Vladimir Dolezal, Jiri Sulzenko
Martin Jakubicek - organ, Pavel Wallinger - violin solo
Czech Philharmonic Chorus of Brno, Leos Svarovsky

CD Ultraphon

Glagolitic Mass for Soloists, Mixed Choir, Organ and Orchestra after an Old Slav Text (1926, rev. 1929)
Taras Bulba. Rhapsody for Orchestra after N. V. Gogol's novel (1915-1918)

Libuse Domaninska, Vera Soukupova, Beno Blachut, Eduard Haken
Jaroslav Vodrazka - organ
Prague Philharmonic Choir, Josef Veselka
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Karel Ancerl
Golden Harmony Award 2002

CD Supraphon

Good Night [Dobrou noc] - part 7 from piano cycle On the overgrown path
Our Evenings [Nase vecery] - part 1 from piano cycle On the overgrown path
On the overgrown path [Po zarostlem chodnicku] - part 11 from the piano cycle On the overgrown path

Iva Bittova - voice, violin, viola
Nederlands Blazers Ensemble

CD Indies Records

Idyll for String Orchestra, Suite for String Orchestra
Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, Iona Brown
CD Chandos

Lachian Dances, Suite for Strings, Idyll for Strings
Brno State Philharmonic Orchestra, Frantisek Jilek
CD Supraphon

Little Queens, Folk Poetry from Hukvaldy, Folk Nocturnes, Nursery Rhymes [Rikadla]
E. Struplova - sopran, S. Predota - tenor, A. Skoumal, H. Barton - piano
Severacek - childrens choir, Milan Uherek / Lukas Cerny
Chamber Ensemble

CD Studio Matous

Moravian Folk Poetry in Songs
Magdalena Kozena - mezzosoprano, Graham Johnson - piano
CD Deutsche Grammophon

Moravian Folk Poetry in Songs [Moravska lidova poezie v pisnich]
Dagmar Peckova - mezzo-soprano, Ivan Kusnjer - baritone, Marian Lapsansky - piano
CD Supraphon

Nursery Rhymes [Rikadla], Kaspar Rucky, The 70,000, The Wolf's Trail [Vlci stopa], Elegy on the death of my daughter Olga [Elegie na smrt dcery Olgy], Songs of Hradcany [Hradcanske pisnicky], Ave Maria, Our Father [Otce nas]
New London Chamber Choir
The Critical Band, James Wood

CD Hyperion

Josef Suk - violin
Prague Chamber Orchestra, Josef Suk

CD Lotos

Karolina Dvorakova - soprano, Ivan Zenaty - violin
Brno State Philharmonic Orchestra, Frantisek Jilek

CD Supraphon

Brno State Philharmonic Orchestra, Frantisek Jilek
CD Supraphon

Sinfonietta, Taras Bulba, Lachian Dances, Suite for string orchestra, Mladi (Youth) for wind sextet, Capriccio, Concertino
Antony Pay - clarinet, Janet Craxton - oboe, Martin Gatt - bassoon, Michael Harris - bass clarinet, Phillip Eastop - french horn, Sebastian Bell - flute, Paul Crossley - piano
Wiener Philharmoniker, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Piccolo, London Sinfonietta, Sir Charles Mackerras, Francois Huybrechts, Neville Marriner, Sir Neville Marriner, David Atherton

2 CD Decca

Sinfonietta, Glagolitic Mass
Libuse Domaninska - soprano, Marie Jurenova - contralto, Josef Valka - tenor, Jaroslav Hromadka - bass, Frantisek Michalek - organ
Moravan Academic Singing Association, The Vach Moravian Lady Teachers' Choir, Josef Veselka
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
Brno Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bretislav Bakala

CD Supraphon

Sinfonietta, Taras Bulba - Rhapsody for Orchestra
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Vaclav Neumann
CD Supraphon

Sinfonietta (1926)
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Karel Ancerl
CD Supraphon

Suita for String Orchestra
Czech Chamber Orchestra, Ondrej Kukal
CD Waldmann

Suite for Strings
Suk Chamber Orchestra, Josef Suk

Taras Bulba
Brno State Philharmonic Orchestra, Frantisek Jilek
CD Supraphon

Taras Bulba, Rhapsody for Orchestra
The Cunning Little Vixen [Prihody Lisky Bystrousky], Suite from the Opera
Czech Philharonic Orchestra, Vaclav Talich

CD Supraphon

Taras Bulba (Rhapsody for Orchestra), Amarus (Cantata for Soli, Mixed Chorus and Orchestra), Sinfonietta
Soloists and choruses
Brno Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bretislav Bakala

CD Panton

Taras Bulba - Rhapsody for Orchestra, Sinfonietta, Dunaj - Symphonic Fragment
Brno Radio Symphony Orchestra, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bretislav Bakala
CD Multisonic

The Diary of One Who Disappeared [Zapisnik zmizeleho] for Tenor, Contralto, 3 Female Voices and Piano
Nicolai Gedda - tenor, Vera Soukupova - contralto, Beno Blachut - tenor, Stepanka Stepanova - contralto
Prague Radio Chamber Female Chorus, Miroslav Kosler
Czech Singers' Chamber Female Chorus, Jan Kuhn
Josef Palenicek - piano

CD Supraphon

The Diary of One Who Disappeared [Zapisnik zmizeleho] for tenor, contralto, three female voices and piano on poetry by Ozef Kalda
Piano Sonata 1. X. 1905, "From the Street" in E flat minor
Peter Straka - tenor, Dagmar Peckova - contralto
Marian Lapsansky - piano
Members of the Prague Chamber Choir

CD Supraphon

The Wandering of a Little Soul [Putovani dusicky] (Violin Concerto)
Sinfonietta, Taras Bulba - Rhapsody for Orchestra, Schluck und Jau

Josef Suk - violin
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Vaclav Neumann

CD Supraphon

Chamber instrumental music

Capriccio, Concertino, 1. X. 1905
Daniel Wiesner - piano
CD Panton

Concertino for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, Clarinet, French Horn and Bassoon
Capriccio for Piano Left Hand and Wind Ensemble

Rudolf Firkusny - piano
Members of Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Vaclav Neumann

CD Supraphon

In the Mist, Sonate 1. X. 1905, On an Overgrown Path I, On an Overgrown Path II, On an Overgrown Path (Paralipomena), A recollection
Andras Schiff - piano

In the Mist [V mlhach]
Hana Dvorakova - piano
CD MusicVars

In the Mists, Sonata for Piano "1st October 1905 - Street Scene"
Martin Kasik - piano
CD Ultraphon

Intimate Sketches, Moravian Dances
Marian Lapsansky - piano
CD Supraphon

Quartet No. 1 after Tolstoy´s "Kreutzer Sonata"
Quartet No. 2 for two violins, viola and cello - "Intimate Letters"

Orpheus Quartet (Charles-Andre Linale - violin, Emilian Piedicuta - violin, Emile Cantor - viola, Laurentiu Sbarcea - cello)
CD Emergo Classics

Sonata, On An Overgrown Path, In the Mist
Ivan Klansky - piano
CD Kontrapunkt

Sonata 1. X. 1905 "Z ulice", V mlhach / In the Mists
Ivan Moravec - piano
CD Hanssler

Sonata for Violin and Piano
Ivan Straus - violin, Walter Haley - piano
CD Clarton

Sonata for Violin and Piano
Ivan Zenaty - violin, Josef Hala - piano
CD Multisonic

Sonata for Violin and Piano
Pavel Sporcl - violin, Petr Jirikovsky - piano
CD Supraphon

Sonata for Violin and Piano (1914-1922)
Josef Suk - violin, Jan Panenka - piano
CD Supraphon

String Quartet No. 1 "Inspired by Tolstoy's Kreutzer Sonata"
Epoque Quartet (Martin Valek - violin, Vladimir Klansky - violin, Vladimir Kroupa - viola, Vit Petrasek - cello)
CD Radioservis

String Quartet No. 1 "Kreutzer Sonata" , String Quartet No. 2 "Intimate Pages" , On a Overgrown Path
Talich Quartet (Petr Messiereur, Jan Kvapil - violins, Jan Talich - viola, Evzen Rattay - cello)
Radoslav Kvapil - piano
special prize by Le Grand Prix du Disque

CD Calliope

String Quartet No. 1 "Kreutzer Sonata", No. 2 "Intimate Pages", Youth [Mladi], Wind Sextet
Talich Quartet, Prague Wind Quintet, Petr Cap - bass clarinet
CD Supraphon

String Quartet No. 1 - Inspired by L. N. Tolstoy's Kreutzer Sonata (1923)
String Quartet No. 2, "Intimate Letters" (1928)

Janacek Quartet (Jiri Travnicek - 1st violin, Adolf Sykora - 2nd violin, Jiri Kratochvil - viola, Karel Krafka - cello)
CD Supraphon

String Quartet No. 1, after Tolstoy's Kreutzer Sonata
M. Nostitz Quartet (Petr Bernasek - 1st violin, Vaclav Vacek - 2nd violin, Pavel Horejsi - viola, Petr Sporcl - cello)
CD Ultraphon

String Quartet no.1, String Quartet no.2
Hagen Quartett - String Quartet
CD Deutsche Grammophon

Youth [Mladi], Wind Sextet
The Brno Wind Quintet and J. Sedlacek - bass clarinet
The Brno Wind Quintet (P. Pomkla - flute, piccolo, L. Bartonik - oboe, V. Spilka - clarinet, R. Novozamsky - bassoon, T. Kopecky - french horn)

CD Artimus


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