National House of Vinohrady, Prague, 21 Jan 1935

Directly broadcast
Dvořák Slavonic Dances (excerpts) (No. 8, 15)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Suk Serenade for string orchestra in E flat major Op. 6 (1892) (1. Andante con moto, instrumentation by Alois Provaznik)


Glazunov Scčnes de ballet Op. 52 (1894) (Marionettes - Scherzino - Valse)


Rossini Semiramide Overture (1825)


Smetana Hall, Prague, 31 Jan 1935

First full concert with the CPO, special concert
Gluck Iphigenie en Aulide Overture (1774)
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Hába Cesta zivota (The Path of Life) Op. 46 (1933) (Premiere)


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


Umelecka Beseda, Prague, 12 Feb 1935

Pritomnost concert (and other works by Schoenberg). Introduction by Alois Haba
Schoenberg Kammersymphonie No. 1 Op. 9 (1906, 1923)
Jar. Hajek, - Josef Peska, violin - Ladislav Kucera, viola - V. Cerny, cello - Frantisek Hertl, bass - J. Povolny, clarinet - J. Kaspar, bass clarinet - Frantisek Hantak, English horn - J. Biza, bassoon


National House of Vinohrady, Prague, 05 Mar 1935

Directly broadcast
Vačkář The Towers, overture
(under the pseudonym of Pip Faltis)

Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Zamrzla Orient, symphonic suite Op. 24 (1924) (Fatima - Scherzo - Vaule)


Tchaďkovsky Capriccio italien Op. 45


Malát Veselé namluvy (1899-1900) (Sousedska)


Kubín Walz


National House of Vinohrady, Prague, 29 Mar 1935

Directly broadcast
Nedbal Tale of Simple Johnny (1901-02) (ballet adaptation, broadcast for the fitrst time)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

National House of Vinohrady, Prague, 12 Apr 1935

Duirectly broadcast
Dvořák Dramatic Overture B. 16 (1870)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Brahms Concerto for violin and orchestra Op. 77
Joseph Szigeti, violin


Bartók Rhapsody for violin and orchestra No. 2 Sz. 90 (1928)
Joseph Szigeti, violin


Umelecka Beseda, Prague, 10 May 1935

Pritomnost concert. Introduction by Mirko Ocadlik
Stravinsky Octet for wind instruments (1922-23) (Czech premiere)
Evzen Sery, - Frantisek Chochola, trumpet - Josef Frcek, - Jaroslav Simsa, trombone - Vladimir Riha, clarinet - Rudolf Hertl, flute - J. Biza, - Karel Bidlo, bassoon


Stravinsky Histoire du Soldat (1918) (Premiere in Czech)
L. Bohac, Le Récitant - Zdenek Otava, Le Diable - J. Krikava, Le Soldat - Richard Zika, violin - Vladimir Riha, clarinet - Karel Bidlo, bassoon - Evzen Sery, trumpet - Josef Frcek, trombone - Frantisek Hertl, bass


Umelecka Beseda, Prague, 27 May 1935

Pritomnost concert (and other works by Alois Haba). Introduction by Mirko Ocaédlik
Hába Matka (The Mother), opera Op. 35 (1927-29) (Vocal quartet from the 1st scene)
Asa Slavicka, - Ruzena Balcarova, - Edita Skuhrova, - Jarmila Vavrdova, soprano


Radiojournal Hall, Prague, 11 Jul 1935

Directly broadcast
Mahler Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor (1901-02) (IV. Adagietto)
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Mahler Symphony No. 9 in D major (1909-10) (2nd mvt)


Radiojournal Hall, Ptague, 14 Jul 1935

Directly broadcast
Berlioz Les Francs-Juges, overture Op. 3
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Saint-Saens Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 3 Op.61 (1880)
Robert Soetens, violin


Franck Les Eolides, symphonic poem FWV43 (1876)


Radiojournal Hall, Prague, 31 Jul 1935

Directly broadcast
Smetana Tajemstvi (Le Secret), overture (1877)
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Rossini Il Barbiere di Siviglia Overture (1815)


Dvořák Selma sedlak (The cunning Peasant) Op. 37 (1877)


Offenbach Orphée aux enfers Overture (1858)


Weber Der Freischütz (1821) (overture)


Mozart Le Nozze di Figaro K. 492 (overture)


Rossini Semiramide Overture (1825)


Radio Studio, Prague, 09 Aug 1935

Directly broadcast to Austria by RAVAG (Wien)
Dvořák Slavonic Dances (excerpts)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Novák Slovacka suita Op. 32 (1903)


Smetana Dve Vdovy (The two Widows) (1873-74) (ballet)


Smetana Hall, Prague, 06 Sep 1935

XIIIth ISCM Festival, 01-08 Sep 1935
Hába Cesta zivota (The Path of Life) Op. 46 (1933)
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Radio Studio, Prague, Sep 1935
Krejčí Antigona, cantata (1933, 1959-62)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Umelecka Beseda, Prague, 03 Oct 1935

Pritomnost concert dedicated to Josef Suk (and other works from Josef Suk school)
Hanousek Horici sero (Gloom), song cycle for mezzo-soprano and string ensemble (1934)
Jar. Hajek, - Vaclav Kratochvil, - Josef Peska, violin - Jar. Svoboda, - Lad. Kuera, violin - Jaroslav Blazek, - Vaclav Stoupa, cello - Ferd. Blecha, bass - Vera Rennetova, mezzo-soprano


Smetana Hall, Prague, 19 Dec 1935

Directly broadcast
Klička Fantasy for oboe and orchestra
Jaromir Herle, oboe
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Klička Psalm 47