Prague, 1934-35
SATIE Parade (1917)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

JANACEK Rikadla, Nonsense Rhymes (1927)


Prague, 1934 or 1937
COLIC Concertino for quarter-tone piano and string sextet (1931) (premiere, in 1934 according to Jelena Milojkovic- Djuric or in 1937 according to Vlastimir Pericic)
Karel Reiner, quarter-tone piano - Ondricek Quartet,


Prague, 04 Apr 1934

In the composer's presence. Directly broadcast
PROKOFIEV Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 1 in D flat major Op. 10 (1911)
Serge Prokofiev, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

PROKOFIEV Symphony No. 3 in C minor Op. 44 (1928)


Manes Hall, Prague, 15 May 1934

Manes concert (and another work by Ph. Janach). Introduction by Ferdinand Pujman
SCHOENBERG Pierrot lunaire Op. 21 (1912) (Czech premiere)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

SCHOENBERG Variations for orchestra Op. 31 (1926-28)


Radio Studio, Prague, 24 Aug 1934

Directly broadcast
JEREMIAS Jarni predehra (Spring Overture) Op. 9 (1912)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

VERDI Otello, Credo
Otto Kubin, baritone


SMETANA Certova stena (The Devil's Wall) (1892) (Aria of Vok)
Otto Kubin, baritone


LEONCAVALLO Pagliacci, Prologue (1892)
Otto Kubin, baritone


GRIEG Symphonic Dances Op. 64 (1898)


Radio Studio, Prague, 30 Aug 1934

Directly broadcast
BRAHMS Hungarian Dances No. 5 and 6
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

BARTOK Romanian Folk Dances for small orchestra Sz. 68 (1917)


DVORAK Slavonic Dances Op. 72 (1886)


Umelecka Beseda (Artists Club), Prague, 06 Nov 1934

Pritomnost concert (and other works by Janacek). Introduction by Ferdinand Pujman
JANACEK Zapisnik Znizeleho (The Diary of One who disappeared) (1917-19)
Vladimir Toms, solo voice - Jarmila Vavrdova, solo voice - Ruzena Balcarova, - Vera Remetova, - Jarmila Bohdanecka, voice - Vaclav Stepan, piano


JANACEK Capriccio for piano left hand and wind instruments (1926)
(written for Otakar Hollmann)

Otakar Hollmann, piano - Rudolf Hertl, - Evzen Sery, - Frantisek Chochola, trumpet - Gustav Tyl, - Josef Frcek, - Jaroslav Simsa, trombone - Antonin Koula, tenor tuba