Prague, 1950
Bach Brandenburg concerto No. 3 in G major BWV 1048
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Bach Brandenburg concerto No. 4 in G major BWV1049


Bach Brandenburg concerto No. 5 in D major BWV 1050 - Recorded


Bach Suite No. 2 in B minor BWV 1067


Prague, 05 Jan 1950
Dvořák Concerto for cello and orchestra No. 2 in B minor Op. 104 (1894-95) - Recorded
Milos Sadlo, cello
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Budapest, 09 Jan 1950
Suk Serenade for string orchestra in E flat major Op. 6 (1892)
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra

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


Dvořák Symphony No. 9 "From the new World" in E minor Op. 95 (1893)


Radio Studio, Budapest, 13 Jan 1950
Dvořák Symphony No. 6 in D major Op. 60 (1880)
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra

Prague, 07 Feb 1950
Pícha Vyrocni trh, chamber opera - Recorded
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Hába Symfonie Op. 30 (1930) - Recorded


Stadion, Brno, 16 Feb 1950

Broadcast
Haendel Concerto grosso in G minor Op. 9 No. 6
Brno Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOBR)

Foerster Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 1 in C minor Op. 88 (1911)
Josef Dolezal, violin


Beethoven Symphony No. 7 in A major Op. 92


Zala Bulgaria, Sofia, 28 Feb 1950

Week of BulgarianCeskolovakian Friendship (24 Feb-02 Mar 1950)
Dvořák Slavonic Dances Op. 72 (1886) (No. 9, 10, 11, 12)
Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra

Suk Fantasy for violin and orchestra in G minor Op. 24 ( 1903 )
Tibor Gasparek, violin


Dvořák Symphony No. 9 "From the new World" in E minor Op. 95 (1893)


Zala Bulgaria, Sofia, 02 Mar 1950
Dvořák Slavonic Dances Op. 72 (1886) (No. 9, 10, 11, 12)
Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra

Tchaďkovsky Concerto for violin and orchestra in D Op. 35
Tibor Gasparek, violin


Dvořák Symphony No. 9 "From the new World" in E minor Op. 95 (1893)


Rousse, 11 Mar 1950
Beethoven Coriolanus, overture Op. 62
Rousse Philharmonic Orchestra

Beethoven Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 4 in G major Op. 58
Viktorie Svihlikova, piano


Beethoven Symphony No. 5 in C minor Op. 67


Popular Armies House, Plovdiv, 15 Mar 1950
Gluck Iphigenie en Aulide Overture (1774)
Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra

Bach Concerto for violin and orchestra in E major BWV 1042
Tibor Gasparek, violin


Smetana Ma Vlast ( My Country ), 2. Vltava ( The Moldau )


Dvořák Symphony No. 9 "From the new World" in E minor Op. 95 (1893)


Prague, 24 Mar 1950
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 61 - Recorded
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 27 Mar 1950
Berlioz Roméo et Juilette, 4. Queen Mab Scherzo Op. 17 - Recorded
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Jurovský Rodostne sutazenie (Merry Competition), scherzo for orchestra (1949) - Recorded


Jirák Symphonic Variations - Recorded


Rossini Guillaume Tell Overture (1829) - Recorded


Saint-Saens Danse macabre Op. 40 (1874) - Recorded


Wolf Italian Serenade in G major (1892) - Recorded


Prague, 05 Apr 1950

Broadcast on 06 Nov 1950 (23.00)
Bořkovec Krysar (Pied Piper), symphonic suite from the ballet (1939)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)
Supraphon
2800/02 (78)
Supraphon
H 15085/87 (78)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 23 Apr 1950
Vomáčka Dukla, symphonic overture Op. 50 (1948) - Recorded (premiere)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Kardoš Moja rodna, symphonic overture Op. 14 (1946) - Recorded


Kapr V Sovetske zemi (In the Soviet Land), cantata (V. Nezval) (1950) - Recorded


Nejedlý Vitezstvi bude nase (Victory will be ours) - Recorded


Prague, 28 Apr 1950
Beethoven Concerto for violin and orchestra in D major Op. 61
Vojtech Frait, violin
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Budapest, 04 May 1950
Kabeláč Overture Op. 17 (1947)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Beethoven Symphony No. 3 "Eroica" in E flat major Op. 55


Prague, 09 May 1950

Liberation Day concert. Directly broadcast
Saint-Saens Danse macabre Op. 40 (1874) - Recorded
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Suk Legenda o mrtvych vitezich (Legend of Dead Victors) Op. 35b (1919-20) - Recorded


Dobiáš Buduj Vlast, posilis mir ( Build up your Country-Strengthen Peace) (1947-50) - Recorded


Nejedlý Vitezstvi bude nase (Victory will be ours) - Recorded


Lucerna Palace, Prague, 11 May 1950

Prague Spring Festival, 09 May-07 Jun 1950
Smetana Ma Vlast ( My Country ) (1879)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 26 May 1950

Broadcast
Weber Oberon overture (1826)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Smetana Hall, Prague, 27 May 1950

Prague Spring Festival. Directly broadcast
Mozart Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 5 in A major K. 219 - Recorded
David Oistrakh, violin
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Brahms Concerto for violin , cello and orchestra in A minor Op. 102
David Oistrakh, violin - Milos Sadlo, cello


Dvořák Concerto for violin and orchestra in A minor Op. 53 (1879) - Live
David Oistrakh, violin

Praga
PR 254 006 (CD)
Praga
PR 256 009 (CD)
Praga
PR 256 007/12 (6 CDs)
Praga
PR 54006 (CD)
Cantus Classics
5.00186 (2 CDs)

Domovina Studio, Prague, 28 May 1950

Broadcast
Brahms Concerto for violin , cello and orchestra in A minor Op. 102
David Oistrakh, violin - Milos Sadlo, cello
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)
Supraphon
12401/04 or 15400/03 or 23282/85 (78)
Eurochord
738/41 (78)
Supraphon
0 10 2371/2 (2 LPs)
Supraphon [DE]
300 267(300 265/66) (2 LPs)
Colosseum
CRLP 120 (LP)
Colosseum
CRLP 10200 (LP)
Classic
SR-8 (LP)
Symphonic
SR 8 (LP)
LYS
353/356 (4 CDs)
Classica d'Oro
2009 (CD)
Monopole records
Mono016 (CD)
Supraphon [JP]
COCO 80771/73 (3 CDs)

Prague, 31 May 1950

Broadcast
Pícha Vyzvani (Invitation), symphonic allegro Op. 19 (1947)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Hába Symfonie Op. 30 (1930)


Smetana Hall, Prague, 02 Jun 1950

Prague Spring Festival
Panufnik Sinfonia rustica (1948) - Recorded
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Bloch Schelomo (1915-16) - Recorded
Amadeo Baldovino, cello


Janáček Glagolitic Mass (1926) - Recorded
Jaroslava Vymazalova, soprano - Maria Krasova, alto - Beno Blachut, tenor - Ladislav Mraz, bass - Jirii Reinberger, organ
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas

Prague, 13 Jun 1950
Sommer Concerto for violin and orchestra in G minor (1950) - Recorded
Milan Skampa, violin
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Flosman Double concerto for harp, clarinet and orchestra (1950) - Recorded


Drejsl Concerto for piano and orchestra Op. 14 (1948-49) - Recorded
Alena Miroslava Pokorna, piano


Pauer Concerto for bassoon and orchestra (1950) - Recorded
Dalibor Brazda, bassoon


Nušl Symfonietta miru - Recorded


Prague, 23 Jun 1950

Broadcast
Liszt Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 1 in E flat major S.124 (1849, 1856)
Annie Fischer, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Kupelna Hall, Trencianske Teplice, 25 Jun 1950
Beethoven Symphony No. 3 "Eroica" in E flat major Op. 55
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Beethoven Symphony No. 7 in A major Op. 92


Prague, 27 Jun 1950

Broadcast
Kardoš Moja rodna, symphonic overture Op. 14 (1946)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 07 Jul 1950

Broadcast
Fibich Othello, symphonic poem Op. 6 (1873) - Recorded
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Jurovský Rodostne sutazenie (Merry Competition), scherzo for orchestra (1949) - Recorded


Fibich Symphony No. 3 in E minor Op. 53 (1898) - Recorded


Prague, 12 Sep 1950

Broadcast
Foerster Ze Shakespeara, suite for large symphony orchestra Op. 76 (1908-09)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 18 Sep 1950
Fibich Smir Tantaluv (The Atonement of Tantalus), scenic melodrama Op. 32 (1894) - Recorded
Rudolf Deyl, Tantalos - Vaclav Voska, Pelops - Marie Vasova, Hippodamie - Blanka Waleska, Axiocha - Karel Pavlik, Jolos - Viktor Ocasek, Thomas
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Fibich Symphony No. 1 in F major Op. 17 (1877-83)


Smetana Hall, Prague, 04 Oct 1950
Smetana Ma Vlast ( My Country ) (1879) - Recorded
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR) - Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Smetana Hall, Peague, 06 Oct 1950

Armed Forces Day concert. Broiadcast
Hlobil Slovanska druzba, march for orchestra
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Dvořák Slavonic Dances (excerpts) - Recorded


Prague, 26 Oct 1950
Hába Za Mir (For peace), cantata for mixed choir and orchestra Op. 68 (1949)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Bush Song for Peace (1950)


Kadosa Cantata


Dobiáš Slavostni pochod-ubor (1948)


Prague, 30 Oct 1950
Smetana Ma Vlast ( My Country ) (1879)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 16 ans 17 Nov 1950

First concerts with the CPO as chief conductor (1950-1968, appointed on 20 Oct 1950)
Culaki Symphony No. 2
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Tchaďkovsky Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 1 in B flat minor Op. 23
Viktorie Svihlikova, piano


Prokofiev Symphony No. 1 " Classique " in D major Op. 25 (1916-17)


Czechoslovak Radio Studio, Prague, 06 Dec 1950
Novák Ctyri ukolebavky (Four Lullabies) Op. 78 (1947) (No. 1 and 3)
Marie Tauberova, soprano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)
Panton
11 0619/21 (3 LPs)
Private CD
03 (CD)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 08 Dec 1950

Concert for the composer's 80th birthday anniversary
Novák Zbojnicka (Bandit) Op. 54 No. 5
Vera Krilova, alto
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Novák Udoli Noveho kralovstvi (New Kingdom Country) Op. 31 (1903)
Vera Krilova, alto


Novák In the Tatras Op. 26 (1901-07)


Novák Zakleta dcera (Conjured Dream), ballad Op. 19 (1898)
Vera Krilova, alto
Czech Singers' Chorus / Jan Kühn

Novák Nescasna vojna, from Moravian folk ballads Op. 23 (1900)
Vera Krilova, alto
Czech Singers' Chorus / Jan Kühn

Dominova Studio, Prague, 12 Dec 1950

First recording with the CPO
Novák In the Tatras Op. 26 (1901-07)
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
Supraphon
1810/11 (78)
Supraphon
MIKRO 9 (10")
Supraphon
DM 5009 (10")
Supraphon
DV 5194 (LP)
Supraphon
DV 5194 (LP)
Supraphon
LPM 13 (10")
Supraphon
LPV 211 (LP)
Supraphon
SUA 10254 (LP)
Supraphon
FO 149/131 (45)
Supraphon Gold Edition
SU 3688-2 (CD)
EMI Classics
7243 5 75091 (2 CDs)
bearac reissues
BRC-2038 (CD)
Venias
VN013 (CD) (33 CD set)
Naxos
9.80935 (MP3)

Dvorak Hall Prague, 13 Dec 1950
Voříšek Symphony in D major Op. 24 (1821)
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
Supraphon
2351/54 (78)
Supraphon
DM 5023 (10")
Supraphon
LPM 33 (10")
Supraphon Gold Edition
SU 3678-2 (CD)