Prague, 1949
Hába Za Mir (For peace), cantata Op. 68 (1949) (Premiere)
Prague Radio Chorus - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 01 Jan 1949

Broadcast
Dvořák Slavonic Rhapsody No. 1 in Dmajor Op. 45 (1878)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Dobiáš Cekoslovenska polka for mixed choir and orchestra (1947)
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas

Prague, 11 Jan 1949
Nelhýbel Concerto for wind instruments
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Czechoslovak Radio Studio 1, Prague, 26 Jan 1949
Smetana Viola, opera (unfinished) (1874, 1883-84)
Karel Kalas, Marko - Vera Krilova, Sebastian - Theodor Srubar, Antonio - Ludmila Cervinkova, Viola - Jaroslav Gleich, Orsino - Jan Soumar, Rybar - Jan Hus Tichy, piano
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)
RadioServis
CR 0822 (2 CDs) (excerpts)

Prague, 29 Jan 1949

Broadcast and on 16 May, 07 Sep and 21 Oct 1949
Jirák Serenade for wind instruments Op. 47 (1943) - Recorded
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 03 Feb 1949
Mozart Sinfonia Concertante for four wind instruments and orchestra K. 297b - Recorded
Josef Shejbal, oboe - Antonin Rybin, clarinet - Miroslav Stefek, horn - Karel Vacek, bassoon
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Bartók Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 2 Sz.112 (1938)
Ede Zathurecky, violin


Beethoven Symphony No. 4 in B flat major Op. 60


Roma Theatre, Warszawa, 03 Mar 1949

Polish tour, 22 Feb-03 Mar 1949, with Alois Klima, conductor, Bohus Heran, cello, and Vera Repkova, piano. Against Ancerl's will, the Ministry of the Interior ordered the orchestra to go to Poland without four "undesirable" members (no visa). 8 concerts in Katowice (Alois Klima), Krakow, Poznan (Alois Klima), Warszawa, Lodz
Smetana Ma Vlast ( My Country ), 2. Vltava ( The Moldau )
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Voříšek Symphony in D major Op. 24 (1821)


Krejčí 20 Variations on the Composer's own Theme in the Style of a Folk Song (1946-47)


Novák In the Tatras Op. 26 (1901-07)


Dvořák Karneval Op. 92 (1891)


Prague, 06 Mar 1949

Week of Polish-Czechoslovakian Friendship (07-14 Mar 1949). Broadcast to Poland and on 03 Apr, 28 Aug (Novak) and 22 Sep 1949 (Novak)
Novák Serenade in F major Op. 9 (1895)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Janáček Sinfonietta (1926)


Roma Theatre, Warszawa, 10 Mar 1949
Perkovski Sinfonietta Op. 17 (1935)
Warszawa Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvořák Concerto for violin and orchestra in A minor Op. 53 (1879)
Wanda Wilkomirska, violin


Smetana Ma Vlast ( My Country ) (1879)


Prague, 14 Mar 1949

Broadcast to Poland
Smetana Branibori v cechach (The Brandenburgers in Bohemia) (1862-63)
Karel Kalas, Wolfram - Ladislav Mraz, Oldrich - Vaclav Bednar, Tausendmark - Beno Blachut, Jira - Jaroslava Vymazalova, Ludise - Jamila Pechova, Vicenka - Jarmila Palivcova, Decana
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR) - Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas

Prague, 16 - 17 Mar 1949

Broadcast on 04 May, 21 Jul 1949, 31 Jul and 03 Dec 1950 (23.00)
Ježek Fantasy for piano and orchestra (1930) - Recorded
Vaclav Holzknecht, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Bratislava, 23 Mar 1949
Suk Asrael, symphony Op. 27 (1905-06)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Bratislava, 25 Mar 1949
Mozart Sinfonia Concertante for four wind instruments and orchestra K. 297b
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 13 Apr 1949

Broadcast
Vomáčka Symphony No. 1 Op. 47 (1945)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prageu, 16 Apr 1949

Broadcast on Prague II
Vomáčka Zivi mrtvym (The Walking Dead), cantata for mixed choir and orchestra Op. 16 (1928)
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 21 Apr 1949

Brtoadcast and on 06 Oct 1950 (23.00)
Doubrava Symphony No. 2 "Stalingrad" (1943-44)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Teatro Massimo, Palermo, 26 Apr 1949

XXIIIrd ISCM Festival, Palermo/Taormina, 22-30 Apr 1949. Prove dell'Orchestra a Roma
Kabeláč Symphony No. 2 in C Op. 15 (1942-46)
Orchestra della RAI di Roma

Prague, 04 May 1949

Broadcast and on 11 Aug 1949 and 15 Nov 1950 (23.00)
Ježek Concerto for violin and orchestra (1930) - Recorded
Vojtech Freit, violin
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 11 May 1949

Broadcast and on 06 Jul 1949, 31 May, 01 Jun and 18 Oct 1950 (23.00)
Suk Epilogue for chorus and orchestra Op. 37 (1920-29, 1930-33)
Marie Tauberova, soprano - Teodor Srubar, baritone - Ladislav Mraz, bass
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 14 May 1949

Broadcast and on 29 May, 31 Ju1, 11 Aug 1949, 16 Jul, 03 and 27 Dec 1950 (23.00)
Suk Fantasy for violin and orchestra in G minor Op. 24 ( 1903 )
Alexander Plocek, violin
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Studio, Bratislava, 19 May 1949 (21.45)

Broadcast
Suk Asrael, symphony Op. 27 (1905-06)
Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOSR)

Prague, 21 May 1949

Broadcast and on 01 Jun 1950, 14 Jul, 04 Oct (23.00), 21 Oct (22.00) and 28 Nov 1950 (23.00)
Novák Serenade in D major Op. 36, No. 84 (1906)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Smetana Hall, Prague, 28 May 1949

Prague Spring Festival, 14 May-06 Jun 1949. 2nd concert for the IXth Congress of the KSC (Communist Party of Czechoslovakia)
Nejedlý Vitezstvi bude nase (Victory will be ours)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Stanislav Pochod urody, cantata (1949)


Dvořák V prirode (In Nature's Realm) Op. 91


Babušek Slovenska rodina spieva Op. 13 (1948)


Smetana Wallenstein's Camp, symphonic poem Op. 14 (1859)


Škroup Hymn of the Czechoslovak Republic (1831)


Prague, 09 Jun 1949

Broadcast
Suk Legenda o mrtvych vitezich (Legend of Dead Victors) Op. 35b (1919-20)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 17 Jun 1949

Broadcast and on 02 Nov 1949
Prokofiev Alexander Nevsky Op. 78 (1939)
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 23 Jun 1949

Broadcast and on 15 Aug 1949
Krejčí Zpev zastupu ( The Song of the Multitudes) (1925, instrumentation 1948)
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 24 Jun 1949

Broadcast to France by RTF (Paris) and on 23 Aug 1949
Prokofiev Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 3 in C major Op. 26 (1921)
Frantisek Maxian, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 08 Jul 1949

Broadcast and on 30 Oct 1949
Dvořák Slavonic Rhapsody No. 3 in A major Op. 45 (1878)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 13 Jul 1949

Broadcast and on 21 Oct 1949
Suchoň Fantasy and Burlesque for violin and orchestra Op. 7 (1933)
Tibor Gasparek, violin
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 02 Aug 1949

Broadcast and on 16 Oct 1949 and 02 Dec 1950 (23.00)
Dukas L'Apprenti sorcier (1897)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 05 Aug 1949

Broadcast
Dvořák V prirode (In Nature's Realm) Op. 91
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 08 Aug 1949

Broadcast
Hába Nova Zeme (The New Land), overture Op. 47 (1936)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

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


Prague, 25 Aug 1949

Broadcast
Novák Boure (The Tempest), after S. Cech Op. 42 (1908)
Marie Podvakova, soprano - Marie Tauberova, soprano - Beno Blachut, tenor - Ladislav Mraz, baritone - Vladimir Jedenactik, bass - Jaroslav Veverka, bass
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 29 Sep 1949

Broadcast
Debussy Iberia (1906-08)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 29 Sep 1949

Broadcast on 02 Oct and 08 Oct 1949 (Op. 46)
Dvořák Slavonic Dances Op. 46 (1878) - Recorded
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Dvořák Slavonic Dances Op. 72 (1886) - Recorded


Prague, 05 Oct 1949
Novák Two Legends on Moravian song poetry Op. 76 (1944)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Novák Scenicka Hudba ke hre F. Rachlika "Zlzka" Op. 79 (1948)


Prague, 06 Oct 1949

Broadcast
Prokofiev Russian overture for orchestra Op. 72 (1936-37)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Schulhoff Concerto for flute, piano and otchestra (1927)
Rudolf Hertl, flute - Vaclav Holzknecht, piano


Prague, 10 Oct 1949

Broadcast
Beethoven Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 4 in G major Op. 58
Viktorie Svihlikova, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Brahms Symphony No. 3 in F major Op. 90


Prague, 11 Oct 1949

In commemoration of Jan Zizka's death (11 Oct 1424). Broadcast (1st part)
Novák Jan Zizka, stage music for F. Rachlik's drama Op. 79 (1948)
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Children's Chorus / Bohimil Kulinsky - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Czechoslovak Radio Studio, Prague, 14 Oct 1949

Broadcast on 03 Nov 1949 and 04 Jul 1950 (prologue, sceneries 1 and 2)
Mussorgsky Boris Godunov (1869, 1872) (in Czech. Broadcast on 12 Dec 1950 (15.30, prolog))
Vaclav Bednar, Boris - Julie Charvatova, Feodor - Jaroslava Vymazalova, Xenia - Stepanka Stepanova, Xenia's nurse - Jaroslav Gleich, Vassilj Shujsky - Jaroslava Prochazkova, Marina - Bohumir Vich, Andrej Shchelkalov - Karel Kalas, Pimen - Beno Blachut, False Dimitri - Ladislav Mraz, Rangoni - Vladimir Jedenactik, Varlaam
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Children's Chorus / Bohimil Kulinsky - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)
SBB
SBB002-04-02 (5 CDs)
Cantus Classics
5.01719 (3 CDs)

Prague, 16 Oct 1949

Broadcast
Tchaďkovsky Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 1 in B flat minor Op. 23
Emil Gilels, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 24 Oct 1949

Broadcast (finale) and on 09 Jul (22.20), 26 Aug and 29 Oct 1950 (21.30)
Novák Jan Zizka, stage music for F. Rachlik's drama Op. 79 (1948)
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR) - Prague Radio Children's Chorus / Bohimil Kulinsky

Prague, 01 Nov 1949

Broadcast to Paris andf Brussels
Dvořák Requiem in B flat minor Op. 89 (1890)
Ludmila Cervinkova, soprano - Stepanka Stepanova, mezzo-soprano - Beno Blachut, tenor - Eduard Haken, bass
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Suk Legenda o mrtvych vitezich (Legend of Dead Victors) Op. 35b (1919-20)
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas

Vomáčka Zivi mrtvym (The Walking Dead), cantata for mixed choir and orchestra Op. 16 (1928)
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 03 and 04 Nov 1949

Czechoslovak-Soviet Fellowship concerts
Glinka Ruslan and Lyudmila Overture (1842)
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Khachaturian Concerto for piano and orchestra in D flat major (1935)
Jilek Zdenek, piano


Balanchivadze Symphony in D major (1947)


Smetana Hall, Prague, 07 Dec 1949

Concert for the composer's 90th birthday anniversary (and another work by Foerster)
Foerster Jaro a touha (Springtime and Desire), symphonic poem Op. 93 (1912)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Foerster Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 2 in D minbor Op. 104 (1925-26)
Marie Hlounova, violin


Foerster Jicinska suita Op. 124 (1923)