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Fibich Symphony No 1 / Twilight / Romance of Spring

Work details

Symphony No 1 in F major Op 17
11'49"/5'08"/4'30"/8'36 - TT 30'17"
At Twilight, Idyll
15'21"
The Romance of Spring
Cantata on the Words by Jaroslav Vrchlický for soloists, chorus and orchestra, Op 23

14'38"

 

Artist details

Drahomíra Tikalová, soprano
Karel Kalas, bass
Czech Philharmonic Chorus
Jan Kühn
, chorus master
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
Karel Sejna
, conductor

 

Recording details

Recording dates: 18 April 1957 (Symphony); 11 April 1950 (At Twilight, Romance)
Venue: Dvorák Hall of Rudolfinum, Prague, Czech Republic (Symphony); Domovina Studio, Prague, Czech Republic (At Twilight, Romance)
Recording directors: Jan Seidel (At Twilight); unknown (other works)
Recording Engineers: Frantisek Burda (Symphony, At Twilight); unknown (Romance)
Editor: Milan Novotný
Copyright: 1995 Supraphon Records
Pressing: 1950 Supraphon Records

Supraphon SU 1920-2 901 AAD Mono Reissue
TT - 60'30"

 

Editorial & Design details

Liner notes: Jarmil Burghauser, Jan Králík, Jaroslav Holecek
Translations: Zoja Joachimová, Bedriska Adamicková, Emilia Esserová, Ivan Votocek, Karel Sabouk and Hana Tomková
Front Cover: Stamp showing Zdenek Fibich by K Svolinský engraved by J Mrácek 1950, © Postal Museum, Prague 1995, photo © Pavel Dosoudil 1995
Back Cover: Photo of Karel Sejna from archives
Design: Anna Kubu

 

Purchase details

PURCHASE SU 1920-2 901 (POÈME) FROM CROTCHET

 

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