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Smetana, Kubelik, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Má Vlast - Vyšehrad, Vltava, Blaník Album

Performer:

Smetana, Kubelik, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

Title:

Má Vlast - Vyšehrad, Vltava, Blaník

Genre:

Classical

MP3 album size:

1385 mb

Label:

Decca

Rating:

4.3

Style:

Romantic

Country:

UK

Date of release:

Jun 1959

Catalog:

SXL 2064, SXL.2064

Smetana, Kubelik, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Má Vlast - Vyšehrad, Vltava, Blaník Album

Tracklist

1Vltava (Moldau)
2Blaník
3Vyšehrad

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SXL 2065, SXL.2065Smetana, Kubelik, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Smetana, Kubelik, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Má Vlast (Sárka / From Bohemia's Meadows And Forests / Tábor) ‎(LP)Decca, DeccaSXL 2065, SXL.2065UK1959
901 345/6-1, SXL 2064/5Smetana, Kubelik, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Smetana, Kubelik, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Má Vlast (Sárka / From Bohemia's Meadows And Forests / Tábor) ‎(2xLP, RM, TP, 180)Speakers Corner Records, Decca901 345/6-1, SXL 2064/5UK2000
LXT 5475Friedrich Smetana, Rafael Kubelik, Wiener Philharmoniker Friedrich Smetana, Rafael Kubelik, Wiener Philharmoniker - Mein Vaterland / Sárka • Aus Böhmens Hain Und Flur • Tábor ‎(LP, Mono)DeccaLXT 5475GermanyUnknown
SXL 2064, SXL.2064Smetana, Kubelik, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Smetana, Kubelik, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Mein Vaterland - Vyšehrad, Die Moldau, Blaník ‎(LP, RE)Decca, DeccaSXL 2064, SXL.2064GermanyUnknown
SXL 2064, SXL.2064Smetana, Kubelik, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Smetana, Kubelik, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Mein Vaterland - Vyšehrad, Die Moldau, Blaník ‎(LP, RE)Decca, DeccaSXL 2064, SXL.2064GermanyUnknown

Credits

  • Composed BySmetana
  • ConductorRafael Kubelik
  • Engineer [Uncredited]James Brown
  • Liner NotesMalcolm Rayment
  • Mastered ByK
  • OrchestraThe Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Producer [Uncredited]Erik Smith

Notes

Record 1 of a 2 record set, but both records were available seperately. This means you could buy only record 1 or record 2, hence listed as two seperate entries in discogs. Both came in their own sleeve.

Record 1 (this record) contains sides 1 and 4.
Record 2 contains sides 2 and 3 and has Category SXL 2065.

Recorded 3 - 7 April 1958 in the Sofiensaal, Vienna.

First UK stereo version for this Category. There are no 'blue border' sleeves for this Category.

LABELS:
- Black/silver 'grooved wideband' labels
- "ORIGINAL RECORDING BY" at 11 o'clock
- "Made in England" at bottom
(labelography code: ED1)
- "RECORDING FIRST PUBLISHED 1958"
- Decca 'Musical Notes' logo on both sides
- "E/T" on both sides
- Matrix numbers printed upside-down

SLEEVE:
- Front laminated
- 'Half moon' flipbacks (aka scalloped)
- Main credits are printed in red ink on back
- Triangular "DECCA" logo in a box on front and without a box on back
- Thin spine with no text on it
- Printing date on sleeve for this copy is October 1960 ("10/60")
- "Printed in England" on bottom flipback
- "Laminated with 'Clarifoil' made by British Celanese Limited" on bottom flipback
- "© The Decca Record Co. Ltd., London, 1959" on back

1st Category on sleeve.
2nd Category on labels.

Corresponding mono issue has Category LXT 5474

Tracklisting taken from labels.
No track duration info on sleeve or labels.

Title on back of sleeve is:
"MÁ VLAST (MY COUNTRY)
Cycle of symphonic poems"

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A - machine stamped - this variant): ZAL-4077-2K BB ⵎT 2 1 SM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B - machine stamped - this variant): ZAL-4080-2K BU ⵎT 2 1 SM
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix on label - side A): ZAL.4077
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix on label - side B): ZAL.4080
  • Other (Tax code on label): E/T
  • Other (Printing company's code on lower flipback): R.S. 10-60-1508-®

Companies

  • Recorded At – Sofiensaal
  • Mastered At – Decca Studios
  • Printed By – Robert Stace
  • Copyright (c) – The Decca Record Company Limited

Album

Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1959 Vinyl от Má Vlast - Vyšehrad, Vltava, Blaník на á Vlast: Vltava Die Moldau. The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. Smetana: Ma vlast My Fatherland - No. Bolero - Maurice free to The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Ma Vlast Cycle Of Symphonic Poems: Vyšehrad, Cycle Of Symphonic Poems: Vltava and more. 6 tracks 74:13. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with Kubelík conducts the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Wiener Philharmoniker playing 'Má vlast' My Fatherland of Smetana. 1: Vyšehrad part 1. Vienna Philharmonic, Wiener Philharmoniker. 9 May . connectingthroughmusic Enjoy this wonderful piece as well as the full concert on the audio-visual streaming. Album 1958 6 Songs. Má Vlast My Country: I. Vysehrad The High Castle. By Bedřich Smetana. Má Vlast My Country: II. Vltava The Moldau. Má Vlast My Country: III. Má Vlast My Country: IV. Z ceskych luhu a haju From Bohemia's Meadows and Forests. There is perhaps no Czech symphonic work outside of Dvorák's collection more widely recorded than Má Vlast, Bedrich Smetana's collection of tone poems about the physical Czech landscape. Yet there is no sense of convention about this reading with the king of all Czech ensembles, the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra: all of the six parts of Má Vlast are carefully shaped, and they're often thrilling. Smetana: Ma Vlast, Orchestral Works. Bedrich Smetana Composer, Rafael Kubelik Conductor, James Levine Conductor, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Bayerischen Rundfunks Symphony Orchestra Orchestra & 3 more Format: Audio CD. Smetana: Má vlast Richard III Wallenstein's Camp Hakon Jarl etc. Please retry. Smetana: Má Vlast, JB1:112 - 1. Vysehrad by Boston Symphony Orchestra and Rafael Kubelik. Album Only. Smetana: Ma Vlast. Kubelik Artist, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Artist, Smetana, Bedrich Composer, Kubelik, Rafael Conductor & 1 more Format: Audio CD. Rafael Kubelik is one of the most succesful interpreter of Smetana in the whole history. Kubelik and his Wiener Philharmoniker plays with emotion, somewhere very romantic and drammatic, but somewhere glorious, maestoso. The recording date from 1958 but sound quality s very good and stereo. The whole album has some special feel about it, especially Tabor and Die Moldau. I am simply blown away by this. Má Vlast. Disc IDs. 2x 180gr Vinyl LP. First release of this album was 1958 by Decca. Annotation last modified on 2012-07-20 07:26 UTC. Vltava for baritone and orchestra track A2. Vltava, op. 43 track A2

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