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Josef Bohuslav Foerster: Works for Violin and Piano

Work details

Vol 1

Fantasia for violin and piano Op 128 (1925)
14'33"
Sonata in B minor for violin and piano Op 10 (1889) (world première recording)
6'20"/4'49"/4'50"/4'26" - TT 20'36"
Prinzessin Gänseblümchen, Suite for violin and piano Op 35 (after 1897) (world première recording)
1'58"/2'37"/2'25"/3'36"/2'54" - TT 13'43"
Elegy for violin solo (1945) (world première recording)
3'03"

Vol 2

Zbiroh Suite for viola and piano Op 167 (1940) (world première recording)
4'02"/2'49"/3'27" - TT 10'27"
Ballad for violin and piano Op 92 (1914) (world première recording)
8'07"
Impromptu No 1 for violin and piano Op 154 (1934) (world première recording)
6'27"
Impromptu No 2 for violin and piano Op 154 (1934) (world première recording)
3'41"
Sonata quasi fantasia for violin and piano Op 177 (1943)
6'22"/6'09"/6'50" - TT 19'30"

 

Artist details

Josef Suk, violin, viola
Josef Hála, piano

 

Recording details

Recording dates: 19-21 October 1998, 19 February 1999
Venue: Domovina Studio, Prague, Czech Republic
Recording director: Milan Puklický
Sound Engineer: Stanislav Sýkora
Sound assistant: Jirí Hesoun
Producer and editor: Petr Vít
Copyright: 1999 Supraphon as
Pressing: 1999 Supraphon as
Steinway piano prepared and maintained by Ivan Sokol

Supraphon SU 3401-2 132 DDD Stereo (2 CDs)
52'15"/48'37" - TT 100'52"

 

Editorial & Design details

Liner notes: Karel Mlejnek (in Czech)
English translation: Sarah Gráfová
French translation: Emilia Esserová
German translation: Anna Ohlídalová
Photos: Zdenek Chrapek
Design: Jan Weber
Booklet editor: Dana Melanová

 

Purchase details

PURCHASE VIOLIN/PIANO DISC, SU 3401-2 132 FROM AMAZON

 

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