Janacek - Glagolitic Mass, Taras Bulba, Sinfonietta - Czech Philharmonic, Jiri Belohlavek - 2018 (FLAC, 24BIT – 96KHZ)

Janacek – Glagolitic Mass, Taras Bulba, Sinfonietta – Czech Philharmonic, Jiri Belohlavek – 2018 (FLAC, 24BIT – 96KHZ)

Composer: Leoš Janáček
Orchestra: Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor: Jiří Bělohlávek
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1 CD
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Bit Depth: 24bit / 96kHz
Number of channels: 2.0
Label: Decca
Size: 1.78 GB
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Czech Philharmonic, Jiri Belohlavek / Janacek – Glagolitic Mass, Taras Bulba, Sinfonietta

Glagolitic Mass 41:34

01. 1. Uvod 2:56
02. 2. Gospodi pomiluji 3:23
03. 3. Slava 6:39
04. 4. Veruju 12:43$1.85
05. 5. Svet 6:22
06. 6. Agnece Bozij 4:58
07. 7. Varhany solo 2:50
08. 8. Intrada 1:43

Sinfonietta 22:47

09. 1. Allegretto – Allegro – Maestoso 2:11
10. 2. Andante – Allegretto 5:51
11. 3. Moderato 5:01
12. 4. Allegretto 2:49
13. 5. Andante con moto 6:55

Taras Bulba 22:54

14. 1. The death of Andri 8:44
15. 2. The death of Ostap 5:26
16. 3. The prophecy and the death of Taras Bulba 8:44

17. The Fiddler’s Child 12:54

Recording Venue: Rudolfinum, Prague

Jiří Bělohlávek and the Czech Philharmonic present Leoš Janáček’s most notable works.

This release continues the series of Jiří Bělohlávek’s last recordings of Czech masterworks for Decca Classics before he sadly passed away last year.

August 2018 marks 90 years since Janáček’s death in 1928. This album commemorates the great Czech composer with these informed recordings by the Czech conductor and orchestra.

This album features ‘The Fiddler’s Child’ – a new addition to the Decca catalogue.

Presto Classical

Bělohlávek gives [the Mass] plenty of space from the off (the opening is notably more expansive than that of Charles Mackerras on his landmark recording from the 1980s), and this coupled with the rustic, almost folksy edge of the oboes and brass throughout intensifies the impression that this is a piece that has one foot in the great outdoors and another in the cathedral.

Sunday Times

The energy and exuberance of Belohlavek’s conducting and the brilliant playing of the orchestra, above all the brass and woodwind, betray not a hint of the cancer that blighted the maestro’s last years. These are “classic” accounts by musicians who have the idiom in their blood.




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