Camille Saint-Saens (1835-1921)
    
Concerto for cello and orchestra No. 1 in A minor Op. 33 (1872)
Smetana Hall, Prague, 04 Jun 1952- Recorded
Prague Spring Festival, 29 May-16 Jun 1952

Mtislav Rostropovich, cello
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Capitol Theatre, Perth, 28 Jul 1961
Youth concert

John Kennedy, cello
West Australian Symphony Orchestra

Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 2 in G minor Op. 22 (1868)
BBC Studio, London, 06 Mar 1962
Telecast

Moura Lympany, piano
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 4 in C minor Op. 44 (1875)
Massey Hall, Toronto, 21 and 22 Apr 1970

Philippe Entremont, piano
Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Palace Theatre, Hamilton, ON, 23 Apr 1970

Philippe Entremont, piano
Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 5 in F major Op. 103 (1896)
Massey Hall, Toronto, 06 Mar 1973- Recorded

Lorin Hollander, piano (replacing Emil Gilels)
Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 3 Op.61 (1880)
Radiojournal Hall, Ptague, 14 Jul 1935
Directly broadcast

Robert Soetens, violin
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Radio Studio, Prague, 16 Feb 1939
Broadcast to South Asia

Karel Sroubek, violin
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Danse macabre Op. 40 (1874)
Prague, 09 May 1950
Liberation Day concert. Directly broadcast and on 30 Jun 1950


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 09 Jul 1950 (11.00)
Broadcast


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 27 Sep 1950 (22.00)
Broadcast


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 18 Oct 1950 (15.30)
Broadcast


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 17 Dec 1950 (17.00)
Broadcast


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Morceau de concert pour cor et orchestre en Fa mineur Op. 94 (1887)
Dvorak Hall, Prague, 09 Apr 1952

Ladislav Vondracek, horn
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Karel Ancerl Discography