Bedřich Smetana (1824-1884)
    
Branibori v cechach (The Brandenburgers in Bohemia) (1862-63)
Radio Studio, Prague, 23 Mar 1939
Broadcast. [Invasion of Czechoslovakia by Nazi Germany (15 March 1939)] (Decana's Aria)

Marie Cyterkova, contralto
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Radio Studio, Prague, 23 Mar 1939
Broadcast. [Invasion of Czechoslovakia by Nazi Germany (15 March 1939)] (Tausendmark's Aria)

Borek Rujan, baritone
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Czechoslovak Radio Studio 1, Prague, 16 Feb 1948- Recorded
Broadcast on 02 Mar 1948 (19.40, for the composer's 124th birthday anniversary), 14 Jun 1949 (Act2) 06 Sep 1949 (Act1) and 28 Nov 1950 (15.30, 1st part).

Karel Kalas, Wolfram - Ladislav Mraz, Oldrich - Vaclav Bednar, Tausendmark - Beno Blachut, Jira - Jaroslava Vymazalova, Ludise - Jamila Pechova, Vicenka - Jarmila Palivcova, Decana
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 14 Mar 1949
Broadcast to Poland

Karel Kalas, Wolfram - Ladislav Mraz, Oldrich - Vaclav Bednar, Tausendmark - Beno Blachut, Jira - Jaroslava Vymazalova, Ludise - Jamila Pechova, Vicenka - Jarmila Palivcova, Decana
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Certova stena (The Devil's Wall) (1892)
Radio Studio, Prague, 24 Aug 1934
Directly broadcast (Aria of Vok)

Otto Kubin, baritone
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Studio, Prague, 12 Nov 1936
Directly broadcast (Overture)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Studio, Prague, 26 Jan 1939
Broadcast (Fantasy)


Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Ceska pisen (Czech Song), cantata (1878)
Dvorak Hall, Prague, 11 Feb 1953


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 01 Mar 1954
Opening gala concert of the Czech Music Year


Czech Singers' Chorus / Jan Kühn

Dve Vdovy (The two Widows) (1873-74)
Radio Studio, Prague, 09 Aug 1935
Directly broadcast to Austria by RAVAG (Wien) (ballet)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Studio, Prague, 05 Nov 1937
Dances of famous operas and symphonies. Directly broadcast (polka)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Studio, Prague, 01 Dec 1938
Broadcast (fantasy, arrangement by A. Provaznik)


Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Radio Studio, Prague, 09 Dec 1938
Broadcast (Zakolanska Scene)

Jaroslav Veverka, bass
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK) - Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK) - Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Radio Studio, Prague, 13 Dec 1938
Broadcast (Zakolanska Scene)


Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Czechoslovak Radio Studio 1, Prague, 08-10 Sep 1948
Broadcast on 19 Oct 1948, 01 Feb (Act 2), 03 Mar, 03 Apr (Acts 1 and 2), 10 May, 10 Sep 1949 (Overture) and 10 Dec 1950 (16.00)

Maria Tauberova, Karolina - Marie Podvalova, Anezka - Beno Blachut, Ladislav - Eduard Haken, Mumlal - Oldrich Kovar, Tonik - Miloslava Fidlerova, Lidka
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

SBB
SBB0030702 (2 CDs)

RadioServis
CR 0477-2 (CD) (excerpts)

Cantus Classics
5.01676 (2 CDs)

Hakon Jarl, symphonic poem Op. 16 (1860-61)
Prague, 24 Jan 1933


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Libuse Overture (1869)
Dvorak Hall, Prague, 01 Mar 1954
Opening gala concert of the Czech Music Year


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 10, 11 and 12 Nov 1955


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Smetana Hall, Prague, 23 Feb 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Ma Vlast ( My Country ) (1879)
Smetana Hall, Prague, 06 May 1948
Directly broadcast and on 06 Jul (20.00, excerpts), 06 Nov 1948 (Sarka), 20 Jan (Tabor, Blanik) and 28 Jan 1949 (From Bohemia's Woods and Fields)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Moscow, 03 Nov 1948


Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra

Roma Theatre, Warszawa, 10 Mar 1949


Warszawa Philharmonic Orchestra

Lucerna Palace, Prague, 11 May 1950
Prague Spring Festival, 09 May-07 Jun 1950


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Smetana Hall, Prague, 04 Oct 1950- Recorded
Broadcast on 28 Oct 1950 (21.00)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR) - Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 27 Sep 1951


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Racing Club, Plzen, 14 Oct 1951


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Deutsche Staatsoper, Berlin, 07 May 1952


Staatskapelle Berlin

Cirkus Beskyd, Ostrava, 04 Sep 1952


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Racing Club, Plzen, 18 Oct 1952


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 04 Nov 1952
Gala concert for the 70th anniversary of the premiere of the work


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Smetana Hall, Prague, 15 Jun 1953
Prague Spring Festival, 15 Jun-03 Jul 1953


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Smetana Hall, Prague, 05 Mar 1954 (Vyserhad and Vltava conducted by Vaclav Talich)


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Smetana Hall, Prague, 08 Mar 1954 (Vyserhad, Vltava and Sarka conducted by Vaclav Talich)


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Reduta, Bratislava, 16 Jun 1954
Special concert


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Regional Theatre, Nitra, 17 Jun 1954
Special concert


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Union House, Plzen, 14 Nov 1954


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Smetana Hall, Prague, 28, 30 Jun, 04 and 05 Jul 1955
Special concerts for the National Spartakiades


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 26 Feb 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

National Theatre, Prague, 08 May 1956
Gala concert for the Liberation Annivesary of the Repnblic


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 19 Feb 1958
Gala concert


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Culture Hall, Most, 20 Feb 1958
Gala concert


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Stadium, Brno, 04 Sep 1958


Brno State Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 15 Mar 1959


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

National Theatre, Prague, 08 May 1959
Gala concert


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 09 Jun 1959


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Smetana Hall, Prague, 12 May 1960
Prague Spring Festival, 12 May-04 Jun 1960


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Castle Courtyard, Prague, 22 May 1960
Prague Spring Festival


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra - Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Culture House, Ostrov, 28 Jun 1960


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Sokol House, Ceske Budejovic, 31 Mar 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 07-14 Jan 1963


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Supraphon
DV 5956/57 (2 LPs)

Supraphon
DV 5956/57 (2 LPs)

Supraphon
SV 8100/01 (2 LPs)

Supraphon
SV 8100/01 (2 LPs)

Supraphon
SV 8100/01 (2 LPs)

Supraphon
SV 8100/01 (2 LPs)

Supraphon
SV 8100/01 (2 LPs)

Supraphon
SUA 50521/2 (2 LPs)

Supraphon
SUA 50521/2 (2 LPs)

Supraphon [FR]
27879 (8 LPs)

Supraphon [FR]
SUA 50521/22 (2 LPs)

Supraphon [FR]
80187(27872/73) (2 LPs)

Supraphon [FR]
913 267(27872/73) (2 LPs)

Supraphon [DE]
33270/71 (2 LPs)

Deutscher Schallplattenclub
J 063/4 (2 LPs)

Supraphon [DE]
80187(80185/86) (2 LPs)

Supraphon [DE]
62433 (LP) (mvts 2, 4, 1, 3)

Parnass
78221 (2 LPs)

De Agostini
CC 93A18 (CD)

Crossroads
22 16 0001 (2 LPs)

Vanguard [US]
SU-9/10 (2 LPs)

Columbia [JP]
OS-845 (LP)

Columbia [JP]
OS-2182 (LP)

Supraphon [JP]
OP-7035 (LP)

Supraphon [JP]
OQ-7025 (LP)

Columbia [JP]
OZ-7107 (LP)

Supraphon
Crystal 11 0669-2 or 675 071 (CD)

Supraphon
11 1925-2 (CD)

Supraphon Gold Edition
SU 3661-2 (CD)

Supraphon [JP]
COCO 80021 (CD)

Supraphon [JP]
COCQ 84080 (CD)

Supraphon [JP]
20CO-2618 (CD)

Venias
VN013 (CD) (33 CD set)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 08 Mar 1963
Gala concert for the 100th anniversary of Umelecka beseda (Sheet music editor)


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Nachod, 10 Apr 1963


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Vaclav Hall, Prague, 07 May 1965
Gala concert for the XXth anniversary of Liberation


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Theatre, Tabor, 27 Apr 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Salle W. Pelletier, Montréal, 01 Oct 1967- Live
American tour, 01 Oct-07 Nov 1967. Expositon Universelle de Montréal, 28 Apr-27 Oct 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

TAHRA
ANC 001 (7 CDs)

King Records
KICC-1101 (CD)

Smetana Hall, Prague, 12 May 1968- Live
Prague Spring Festival, 12 May-04 Jun 1968


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

RadioServis
CR 0292-2 (CD)

Supraphon
SU 7015-9 (DVD)

Tanglewood, 08 Aug 1969- Live
First complete performance of Ma Vlast by the Boston SO


Boston Symphony Orchestra

Sardana
sacd-220/1 (2 CDs)

Disco Archivia
727 (CD)

Eyewitness Records
xxx (2 CDs)

Massey Hall, Toronto, 07 and 08 Nov 1972


Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Grand Théâtre, Québec, 10 and 13 Nov 1972


Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Place des Arts, Montréal, 14 and 15 Nov 1972


Toronto Symphony Orchestra

National Arts Centre, Ottawa, 16 and 17 Nov 1972
Last concerts outside Toronto


Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Ma Vlast ( My Country ), 1. Vysehrad
Lucerna Palace, Prague, 05 May 1948
Youth concert. Directly broadcast (10.35)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 26 Sep 1951
Ist Youth concert


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 10 Oct 1951
Concert for young workers


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Istra Hall, Zagreb, 13 Apr 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

National Theatre, Belgrad, 17 Apr 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

WDR, Köln, 19 Oct 1958
Broadcast (Recorded)


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Moscow, Nov 1958 ?


USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra

Melodiya
D 8845 (10")

Melodiya
D 35493 (3 LPs)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 07-14 Jan 1963


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

BASTEI
BDGM 30 (10")

Fratelli Fabbri Editori
028-065 (10")

Fratelli Fabbri Editori
IGM 055 (10")

Abril Cultural
GC37 (10")

Casino, Basel, 28 Feb 1965
Swiss and German tour, 28 Feb-04 Apr 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Tonhalle, Zürich, 01 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Victoria Hall, Genève, 02 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Biel, 03 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Théâtre de Beaulieu, Lausanne, 04 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Université Péroles, Fribourg, 05 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Salle de Musique, La Chaux-de-Fonds, 06 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Smetana Hall, Prague, 12 May 1968- Live
Prague Spring Festival, 12 May-04 Jun 1968


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

NIHONMONITOR
G-211-851 (DVD)

BVA
415 (DVD)

Denon
COBO 4634 (DVD)

Ma Vlast ( My Country ), 2. Vltava ( The Moldau )
Romanian Athenaeum, Bucharest, 26 Oct 1947


Bucharest Philharmonic Orchestra

Lucerna Palace, Prague, 05 May 1948
Youth concert. Directly broadcast (10.35)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 17 Jul 1948 (23.00)
Broadcast


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

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


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Popular Armies House, Plovdiv, 15 Mar 1950


Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 26 Sep 1951
Ist Youth concert


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 10 Oct 1951
Concert for young workers


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Deutsche Staatsoper, Berlin, 26 Oct 1951
Guest conductor in the German Democratic Republic (DDR), 26 Oct-07 Nov 1951. In the presence of Wilhelm Pieck, president of the DDR


Staatskapelle Berlin

Deutsches Nationaltheater, Weimar, 03 Nov 1951


Staatskapelle Weimar

Naumburg an der Saale, 04 Nov 1951


Staatskapelle Weimar

Oetker Halle, Bielefeld, 01 Nov 1955


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 02 Jan 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Istra Hall, Zagreb, 13 Apr 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

National Theatre, Belgrad, 17 Apr 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Subotica, 18 Apr 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Academy of Music, Budapest, 23 Apr 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Musikverein, Wien, 12 Jun 1956- Live


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

TAHRA
ANC 001 (7 CDs)

Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, 04 Oct 1956
First British tour, 04-15 Oct 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Albert Hall, Nottingham, 05 Oct 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Royal Festival Hall, London, 07 Oct 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, 08 Oct 1956
IXth Swansea Festival of Music and the Arts, 08-13 Oct 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, 10 Oct 1956
IXth Swansea Festival of Music and the Arts


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Colston Hall, Bristol, 13 Oct 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Gaumont Cinema, Ipswich, 14 Oct 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Rosengarten, Mannheim, 18 Oct 1956
German tour, 18 Oct-01 Nov 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Stadthalle, Karlsruhe, 24 Oct 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Tchaikovsky Hall, Moscow, 26 Feb 1957
Russian tour, 26 Feb-13 Mar 1957


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Philharmonic Hall, Kiev, 11 Mar 1957


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Musikverein Grosser Saal, Wien, 08-10 Feb 1958


Wiener Symphoniker

Philips
61523 (LP)

Philips
6527 033 (LP)

Philips
6555 087 (LP)

Philips
6598 275 (LP)

Philips
698 006 (LP)

Philips
495 009 (45)

Fontana
EFL 2519 (LP)

Fontana [FR]
698 006 (LP)

Fontana [FR]
875 008 (LP)

Fontana
EFR 2013 (10")

Fontana [FR]
200 012 (LP)

Fontana [FR]
697 005 (LP)

Fontana [FR]
700 012 (LP)

Fontana [NL]
653 0043 (LP)

Fontana [NL]
663 0030 (LP)

Fontana [NL]
675 005 (10")

Fontana [NL]
695 012 (LP)

Fontana [NL]
700 125 (LP)

Fontana [NL]
700 222 (LP)

Fontana [NL]
700 222 (LP)

Sequenza
6527 033 (LP)

Orpheus
675 005 (10")

Chomelanum
11643 (45)

Philips [JP]
SFL 3629 (7'')

Fontana [JP]
FG-1 (LP)

Fontana [JP]
FG-1 (LP)

Fontana [JP]
FG-218 (LP)

Fontana [JP]
FON-5512 (LP)

Fontana [JP]
SFON-7519 (LP)

EMI Classics
7243 5 75091 (2 CDs)

Decca
PROC-1915 (2 CDs)

Forgotten Records
FR 843 (CD)

Decca
4927253 (3 CDs)

Solo Musica
WS008 (CD)

Philips [JP]
PHCP-20412 (CD)

Philips [JP]
UCCP-9532 (CD)

Philips [JP]
DMP-209 (CD)

BnF Collection
BnF 03 (MP3)

Grand Auditorium, Bruxelles, 23 Jul 1958
Exposition Universelle de Bruxelles, 17 Apr-19 Oct 1958. Journée nationale de la Tchécoslovaquie. With participation of members of Czechoslovak Popular Army Central Band


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Kursaal, Ostend, 24 Jul 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Arlon, 25 Jul 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Casino, Spa, 26 Jul 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Casino, Bern, 14 Oct 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Salle Pleyel, Paris, 30 Oct 1958- Recorded
Inauguration de la Maison de l'Unesco, 03 Nov 1958. Broadcast on 30 Nov 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne, 04 Oct 1959
Audience of 35,000 people


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 30 Aug - 01 Sep 1960


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Städtische Festhalle, Landau, 15 Mar 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Tyl Culture House, Policka, 08 Dec 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

De Monfort Hall, Leicester, 23 Feb 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

City Hall, Newcastle, 25 Feb 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Town Hall, Huddersfield, 26 Feb 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Konsertpaleet, Bergen, 01 Jun 1962
North of Europe tour, 01-12 Jun 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Tivoli Concert Hall, Kobenhavn, 12 Jun 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 07-14 Jan 1963


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Supraphon
DM or DV 6012 (10")

Supraphon
DV 6027 (LP)

Supraphon
DV 6138 (LP)

Supraphon
SM 8111 (10")

Supraphon
SV 8111 (10")

Supraphon
SV 8120 (LP)

Supraphon
SUF 20135 (10")

Supraphon
SUA 10547 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 10547 or 50547 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 50547 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 50547 (LP)

Supraphon
110 1589 or 1110 1589 (LP)

Supraphon
FO 224/217 (45)

Classic [FR]
990 013 (LP)

Supraphon [FR]
27879 (8 LPs)

Supraphon [FR]
200 140 (LP)

Supraphon [NL]
1806 (LP)

Musica
FMUL 501 (LP)

Supraphon [DE]
104 487 (LP)

Supraphon [DE]
129 001 (LP)

Supraphon [DE]
85638 (LP)

Supraphon [DE]
87697 (LP)

Supraphon [DE]
87786 (3 LPs)

Supraphon [DE]
88036/37 (2 LPs)

Supraphon [DE]
xxx (LP)

Supraphon [DE]
410 204 (LP)

Parnass
92683 (LP)

TOPAK Klassik Edition
40 7320 (LP)

Sarpe
99 (LP)

Curcio
99 (LP)

Columbia [JP]
OC-7251 (LP)

Columbia [JP]
OS-2181 (LP)

Electrecord
ST-ECE 1350 (LP)

Supraphon
SU 4016 (CD)

Supraphon [DE]
610 502-231 (CD)

Supraphon [JP]
28C37-1 (CD)

Atlas
CLA CD 158 (CD)

De Agostini
GMD 3/3 (CD)

Teatro La Fenice, Venezia, 27 Oct 1963


Orchestra del Teatro La Fenice

Lucerna Palace, Prague, 29 Oct 1963
For the 80th anniversary of the National Theatre opening


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Philharmonie, Berlin, 04 and 05 Jan 1964


Berliner Philharmoniker

Diesterweghalle, Linz, 17 Jun 1964


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 20 Aug 1964
Gala concert for the Cardiology Congress


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Grande salle du Pavillon, Montreux, 01 Sep 1964- Recorded
XIXème Septembre Musical de Montreux


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 24 Oct 1964
United Nations Day concert


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Musikverein Grosser Saal, Wien, 09, 10 and 11 Feb 1965


Wiener Symphoniker

Casino, Basel, 28 Feb 1965
Swiss and German tour, 28 Feb-04 Apr 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Tonhalle, Zürich, 01 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Victoria Hall, Genève, 02 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Biel, 03 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Théâtre de Beaulieu, Lausanne, 04 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Université Péroles, Fribourg, 05 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Salle de Musique, La Chaux-de-Fonds, 06 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Carnegie Hall, New York, 19 Nov 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Town Hall, Leeds, 28 Nov 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Capitol Theatre, Ottawa, 03 Oct 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Aycock Auditorium, Greensboro, NC, 22 Oct 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Owens Auditorium, Charlotte, NC, 25 Oct 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Music Hall Auditorium, Memphis, TN, 30 Oct 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH, 24 Aug 1968- Recorded


Cleveland Orchestra

Tonhalle, Zurich, 03 and 05 Feb 1970


Tonhalle-Orchester Zurich

Ma Vlast ( My Country ), 2. Vltava ( The Moldau ) , rehearsal and performance
CBC Studio, Toronto, Dec 1968- Live
Telecast on 05 Feb 1969


Toronto Symphony Orchestra

TAHRA
TAH 121/123 (3 CDs)

CBC VAI
69409 (VHS)

CBC VAI
4322 (DVD)

Ma Vlast ( My Country ), 3. Sarka
Radio Studio, Prague, 20 Dec 1937
Directly broadcast


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 26 Sep 1951
Ist Youth concert


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 10 Oct 1951
Concert for young workers


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 02 Jan 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Istra Hall, Zagreb, 13 Apr 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

National Theatre, Belgrad, 17 Apr 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Subotica, 18 Apr 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dejvice Military Academy, Prague, 31 Aug 1956
Concert for Dejvice Military Academy


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Gaumont Theatre, Ipswich, 04 Mar 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Konsertpaleet, Bergen, 01 Jun 1962
North of Europe tour, 01-12 Jun 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Helsinki, 08 Jun 1962- Live
Helsinki VIII Festival


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

TAHRA
ANC 001 (7 CDs)

Tivoli Concert Hall, Kobenhavn, 12 Jun 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Free Trade Hall, Manchester, 13 and 14 Mar 1963


Hallé Orchestra

Musikverein Grosser Saal, Wien, 09, 10 and 11 Feb 1965


Wiener Symphoniker

Casino, Basel, 28 Feb 1965
Swiss and German tour, 28 Feb-04 Apr 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Tonhalle, Zürich, 01 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Victoria Hall, Genève, 02 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Biel, 03 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Théâtre de Beaulieu, Lausanne, 04 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Université Péroles, Fribourg, 05 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Salle de Musique, La Chaux-de-Fonds, 06 Mar 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Carnegie Hall, New York, 17 Nov 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Royal Festival Hall, London, 26 Nov 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Town Hall, Huddersfield, 29 Nov 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Colston Hall, Bristol, 01 Dec 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Palais des Fêtes , Strasbourg, 26 Jun 1966- Recorded
Festival de Musique de Strasbourg, broadcast on 19 Jul 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Cour d'honneur de l'Hôtel de Ville, Lyon, 27 Jun 1966
Festival de Lyon, 13 Jun-07 Jul 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Lindenthaler Allee, Berlin, 27 Nov 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Grosses Festspielhaus, Salzburg, 30 Jul 1967
Salzburg Festival, 26 Jul-30 Aug 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Capitol Theatre, Ottawa, 03 Oct 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Aycock Auditorium, Greensboro, NC, 22 Oct 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Owens Auditorium, Charlotte, NC, 25 Oct 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Foster Auditorium, Birmingham, AL, 27 Oct 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Music Hall Auditorium, Memphis, TN, 30 Oct 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Massey Hall, Toronto, 21 and 22 Nov 1967
TS debut as guest conductor


Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Stadthaussaal, Winterthur, 08 May 1968


Musikkollegium Orchester Winterthur

Blossom Center, Cleveland, 12 Jul 1969- Recorded


Cleveland Orchestra

Ma Vlast ( My Country ), 4 . From Bohemia's Woods and Fields
Prague, 21 Jul 1948 (21.35)
Broadcast


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Training Centre, Marianske Lazne, 26 Aug 1951
Free concert for the Armed Forces in Marianske Lazne


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 26 Sep 1951
Ist Youth concert


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 10 Oct 1951
Concert for young workers


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Deutsche Staatsoper, Berlin, 26 Oct 1951
Guest conductor in the German Democratic Republic (DDR), 26 Oct-07 Nov 1951. In the presence of Wilhelm Pieck, president of the DDR


Staatskapelle Berlin

Kongresshalle, Leipzig, 01 Nov 1951


Gewandhaus Orchester Leipzig

Deutsches Nationaltheater, Weimar, 03 Nov 1951


Staatskapelle Weimar

Naumburg an der Saale, 04 Nov 1951


Staatskapelle Weimar

Staatstheater, Berlin, 24 Oct 1954
German tour, 24-29 Oct 1954


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Berlin, 24 Oct 1954
Concert for the Red Army soldiers


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Theater des Friedens, Halle, 26 Oct 1954


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Volkshaus, Jena, 28 Oct 1954


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Weimar, 29 Oct 1954


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 02 Jan 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Kolarcev Narodni Univerzitet, Belgrad, 15 Apr 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Academy of Music, Budapest, 20 Apr 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

WDR, Köln, 19 Oct 1958
Broadcast (Recorded)


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Moscow, Nov 1958 ?


USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra

Melodiya
D 8845 (10")

Melodiya
D 35493 (3 LPs)

Musikverein, Wien, 01, 02 and 03 Mar 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Ostseehalle, Kiel, 05 Mar 1961
German tour, 05-21 Mar 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Musikhalle, Hamburg, 07 Mar 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Stadthalle, Kassel, 09 Mar 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Stadthalle, Karlsruhe, 11 Mar 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

BASF Feierabendhaus, Ludwigshafen, 13 and 14 Mar 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Donauhalle, Ulm, 18 Mar 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Deutsches Museum, München, 19 Mar 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Messehalle, Nürnberg, 21 Mar 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Town Hall, Sydney, 05 Sep 1961
Youth concert


Sydney Symphony Orchestra

Town Hall, Wellington, 28 Sep 1961


National Orchestra of the New Zealand Broadcasting Service

Konsertpaleet, Bergen, 01 Jun 1962
North of Europe tour, 01-12 Jun 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Tivoli Concert Hall, Kobenhavn, 12 Jun 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 07-14 Jan 1963


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Supraphon
DM or DV 6012 (10")

Supraphon
SM 8111 (10")

Supraphon
SV 8111 (10")

Supraphon
SUF 20135 (10")

Supraphon
110 1589 or 1110 1589 (LP)

Supraphon [DE]
643 003 (LP)

Electrecord
ST-ECE 1350 (LP)

Musikverein Grosser Saal, Wien, 05, 06, 07, 08 and 09 Nov 1963


Wiener Symphoniker

Grande Salle du Pavillon, Montreux, 04 Sep 1966
XXIème Septembre Musical de Montreux


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Kongresshalle, Leipzig, 30 Nov 1966


Gewandhaus Orchester Leipzig

Smetana Hall, Prague, 12 May 1968- Live
Prague Spring Festival, 12 May-04 Jun 1968


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Andante
AN 2150 (4 CDs)

Ma Vlast ( My Country ), 4 . From Bohemia's Woods and Fields , 5 . Tabor , 6 . Blanik
Town Hall, Wellington (New Zealand), 21 Sep 1959- Live


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

TAHRA
TAH 405/406 (2 CDs)

Ma Vlast ( My Country ), 5 . Tabor
Lucerna Palace, Prague, 05 May 1948
Youth concert. Directly broadcast (10.35)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 30 Sep 1948
In memory of the Munich Agreement. Broadcast


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Spanish Hall, Prague, 17 May 1951
Concert for the 30th Anniversary of the KSC


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 26 Mar 1952


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 05 Oct 1953
Gala concert for the Czechoslovak Armed Forces


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dejvice Military Academy, Prague, 31 Aug 1956
Concert for Dejvice Military Academy


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, 08 Oct 1956
IXth Swansea Festival of Music and the Arts, 08-13 Oct 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

National Theatre, Ptague, 08 May 1958
Gala concert for the Liberation Day of Czechoslovak Republic. In the presence of Vaclav Kopecky, deputy prime minister


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Musikverein, Wien, 01, 02 and 03 Mar 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Konserthuset, Göteborg, 04 Jun 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Foster Auditorium, Birmingham, AL, 27 Oct 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Kunsthaus, Luzern, 21 Aug 1971
Last concert outside North America


Lucerne Festival Orchestra

Severance Hall, Cleveland, 23, 24 and 25 Sep 1971- Recorded


Cleveland Orchestra

Ma Vlast ( My Country ), 6 . Blanik
Lucerna Palace, Prague, 05 May 1948
Youth concert. Directly broadcast (10.35)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Training Centre, Marianske Lazne, 26 Aug 1951
Free concert for the Armed Forces in Marianske Lazne


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 26 Mar 1952


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 05 Oct 1953
Gala concert for the Czechoslovak Armed Forces


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dejvice Military Academy, Prague, 31 Aug 1956
Concert for Dejvice Military Academy


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

National Theatre, Ptague, 08 May 1958
Gala concert for the Liberation Day of Czechoslovak Republic. In the presence of Vaclav Kopecky, deputy prime minister


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Musikverein, Wien, 01, 02 and 03 Mar 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Town Hall, Melbourne, 08 Jul 1961 (broadcast)


Victorian Symphony Orchestra

Smetana Hall, Prague, 31 May 1966
Prague Spring Festival, gala concert for the delegation of the XIIIth Congress of the KSC


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Prodana nevesta (The Bartered Bride) (1866-70)
Radio Studio, Prague, 05 Nov 1937
Dances of famous operas and symphonies. Directly broadcast (polka)




Grand Opera of the Fifth of May, Prague, 01 Oct 1946 etc.
Vaclav Kaslik, staging-Josef Svoboda, scenography-Jan Kropacek, costumes

Milada Musilova, Marenka - Jan Schiller, Krusma - Rudolf Vonasek, Vasek - Vera Krilova, Hata
Grand Opera of the Fifth of May Orchestra

Czechoslovak Radio Studio, Pague, 25-27 Nov 1947
Broadcast on 01 May(20.10), 26 Dec 1948, 18 Aug 1950 (15.30), 17 Nov (11.30, excerpts) and 25 Nov 1950 (23.00, overture)

Ludmila Cervinkova, Marenka - Ladislav Mraz, Krusina - Rudolf Vonasek, Vasek - Vera Krilova, Hata
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Multisonic
31 0185-2 (2 CDs)

Classica d'Oro
OPD 1354 (2 CDs)

Grammofono
AB 78 756/57 (2 CDs)

Arkadia
78757 (2 CDs)

Cantus Classics
5.00186 (2 CDs)

Prague, 28 Oct 1948
Anniversary of the Czechoslovak Republic. Broadcast and on 26 and 31 Dec 1948, 18 Jan 1949 (Dvorak), 26 Feb 1949 (Smetana) and 20 Mar 1949 (Smetana, act 1)

Ludmila Cervinkova, Marenka - Ladislav Mraz, Krusina - Rudolf Vonasek, Vasek - Vera Krilova, Hata
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

National Theatre, Sofia, 26 Feb 1950
Week of Bulgarian- Cechoslovakian Friendship (24 Feb-02 mar 1950)


Sofia National Opera Orchestra

Prodana nevesta (The Bartered Bride) Overture
Philharmonic Grand Hall, Leningrad, 21 Oct 1948
Guest conductor in the USSR, 21 Oct-03 Nov 1948


Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra

Deutsche Staatsoper, Berlin, 26 Oct 1951
Guest conductor in the German Democratic Republic (DDR), 26 Oct-07 Nov 1951. In the presence of Wilhelm Pieck, president of the DDR


Staatskapelle Berlin

Theatre, Constanta, 20 Sep 1955


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Romanian Athenaeum, Bucharest, 28 Sep 1955


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 13 Oct 1955


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Royal Festival Hall, London, 07 Oct 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Colston Hall, Bristol, 13 Oct 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Filmapalast, Frankfurt, 28 Oct 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Sportpalast, Berlin, 29 Oct 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Kongresshalle, Leipzig, 31 Oct and 01 Nov 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Tchaikovsky Hall, Moscow, 26 Feb 1957
Russian tour, 26 Feb-13 Mar 1957


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Philharmonic Hall, Kiev, 11 Mar 1957


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 06 Jun 1957
Concert in the honour of Vaclav Talich


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Reduta, Bratislava, 11 and 12 Jun 1957


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

OKO Cinema, Most, 18 Jun 1957


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Theatre, Usti nad Labem, 19 Jun 1957


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Capek Theatre, Teplice, 20 Jun 1957


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Festspielhaus, Salzburg, 11 Jun 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Diesterwegschule, Linz, 12 Jun 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 11-12 Sep 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Supraphon
04288 (45)

Supraphon
DV 5719 or 6138 (LP)

Supraphon
SV 5033 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 50029 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 50179 (LP)

Supraphon [FR]
10179 (LP)

Supraphon CBS [FR]
51159 (LP)

Supraphon [DE]
62315 (LP)

Supraphon [DE]
85638 (LP)

Supraphon [DE]
104 487 (LP)

Classicaphon
30094/103 (10 LPs)

Supraphon [DE]
80377 (LP)

Parnass
92683 (LP)

Discophon
4029 (LP)

MCR
MCR 059/060 (2 LPs)

Columbia [JP]
OS-485 (LP)

Columbia [JP]
OZ-7003 (LP)

Parliament
PLP(S) 167 (LP)

Parliament
PLP(S) 622 (LP)

Supraphon
SU 1536-2 (CD)

Supraphon
SU 1996-2 (CD)

Supraphon
SU 3397-2 (CD)

Supraphon Gold Edition
SU 3689-2 (CD)

MCR
2689162 (CD)

MCR
2689202 (CD)

MCR
2689332 (CD)

Supraphon [JP]
COCO 6752 (CO 2802) (CD)

Supraphon [JP]
COCO 70302 (CD)

Supraphon [JP]
COCQ 84484 (CD)

Venias
VN013 (CD) (33 CD set)

BnF Collection
BnF 05 (MP3)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 02 and 03 Oct 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Palestra delle scuole, Ascona, 10 Oct 1958- Live
European tour (10 Oct-02 Nov 1958)


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Ermitage
ACB 604 (CD)

Ermitage
ERM 142 (CD)

Aura
AUR 151-2 (CD)

Membran
223 602 (10 CDs)

Victoria Hall, Geneve, 11 Oct 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Victoria Hall, Basel, 12 Oct 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Capitol, Biel, 13 Oct 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Casino, Bern, 14 Oct 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Festhalle, Viersen, 22 Oct 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Chrudin, 23 Apr 1959


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Town Hall, Auckland, 19 Sep 1959


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Concert Hall, Hamilton, 20 Sep 1959


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Town Hall, Wellington (New Zealand), 21 Sep 1959- Live


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

TAHRA
TAH 405/406 (2 CDs)

Town Hall, Sydney, 10 and 12 Oct 1959


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Festival Hall, Brisbane, 14 Oct 1959


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Hibiya Public Hall, Tokyo, 18 Oct 1959- Live


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Universal Music
TYGE-30004 (CD)

City Public Hall, Nagoya, 30 Oct 1959


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Sumpu Kaikan, Shizuoka, 01 Nov 1959


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Festival Hall, Osaka, 06 Nov 1959


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

NHK Studio, Tokyo, 09 Nov 1959
Telecast


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Athletic Hall, Tokyo, 10 Nov 1959
Telecast on 15 Nov 1959


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

NHK
2015 (DVD)

Theatre, Peiping, 19 Nov 1959


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Eros Kino, Bombay, 30 Nov 1959


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Congress Hall, Delhi, 04 Dec 1959
In the presence of Jawaharlal Nehru


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Philharmonic Hall, Katowice, 17 Sep 1960


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, 26 Nov 1960


Estonian Radio Symphony Orchestra

Philharmonic Grand Hall, Leningrad, 01 and 02 Dec 1960


Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra

Musikverein, Wien, 01, 02 and 03 Mar 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Winter Stadium, Prague, 11 May 1961
Concert for the 40th Anniversary of the KSC


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Capitol Theatre, Perth, 29 Jul and 01 Aug 1961
Youth concerts


West Australian Symphony Orchestra

Town Hall, Sydney, 03 Aug 1961
Inernational Sydney Trade Fair, 01-12 Aug 1961. Gala concert


Sydney Symphony Orchestra

Town Hall, Auckland, 21 Sep 1961
Guest conductor in New Zealand, 21-30 Sep 1961


National Orchestra of the New Zealand Broadcasting Service

Municipal Theatre, Kladno, 13 Nov 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 16 Nov 1961
Special concert


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Town Hall, Leeds, 24 Feb 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Victoria Hall, Hanley, 27 Feb 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, 28 Feb 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Royal Festival Hall, London, 03 Mar 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Albert Hall, Nottingham, 05 Mar 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

BBC Studio, London, 06 Mar 1962
Telecast


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

White Rock Pavillon, Hastings, 07 Mar 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Konserthuset, Stockholm, 05 Jun 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Tivoli Concert Hall, Kobenhavn, 12 Jun 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Ceske Budejovic, 16 Sep 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Metropol Theater, Berlin, 02 Oct 1962
6. Berliner Festtage


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Teatro Caelo Felice, Genova, 23 Oct 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Teatro nuovo, Torino, 24 Oct 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Teatro comunale, L'Aquila, 27 Oct 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Teatro comunale Morlacchi, Perugia, 28 Oct 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Teatro San Carlo, Napoli, 29 Oct 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Teatro Biondo, Palermo, 31 Oct 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Teatro municipale, Reggio Emilia, 06 Nov 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Teatro grande, Brescia, 07 Nov 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Messehalle, Nürnberg, 27 Jan 1963
German tour, 27 Jan-09 Feb 1963


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Deutsches Museum, München, 28 Jan 1963


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Beethovensaal, Stuttgart, 29 Jan 1963


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Harmonie, Heilbronn, 30 Jan 1963


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Musikhalle, Hamburg, 02 Feb 1963


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Saalbau, Essen, 04 Feb 1963


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Capitol, Dortmund, 05 Feb 1963


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Stadthalle, Kassel, 06 Feb 1963


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Gemeinschaftshaus, Geislingen, 09 Feb 1963


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Grosses Festspielhaus, Salzburg, 30 Jul 1963- Live
Salzburg Festival, 26 Jul-31 Aug 1963


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Orfeo
C 395 951 B (CD)

Lucerna Palace, Prague, 29 Oct 1963
For the 80th anniversary of the National Theatre opening


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Théâtre de la Cité, Villeurbanne, 19 Nov 1964


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Conservatory Great Hall, Leningrad, 20 Apr 1965
USSR tour, 20-29 Apr 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Philharmonie Hall, Vilnius, 29 Apr 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Julius Fucik Hall, Prague, 30 Aug 1965
Special concert for the Macromolecular Chemistry Congress


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Walt Whitman Hall, Brooklyn, NY, 09 Oct 1965
First American tour, 09 Oct-20 Nov 1965, with Vaclav Neuman and Martin Turnovsky, conductors


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Baulea Hall, Ithaca, NY, 19 Oct 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Massey Hall, Toronto, 28 Oct 1965
First concert at Massey Hall


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Masonic Temple, Detroit, 30 Oct 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Severance Hall, Cleveland, 02 Nov 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Harmony, Akron, OH, 05 Nov 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Keith Albee Theater, Huttington, WV, 08 Nov 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte, NC, 10 Nov 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Carnegie Hall, New York, 19 Nov 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Auditorium, Storrs, CT, 20 Nov 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Town Hall, Middlesborough, 23 Nov 1965
Brtitish tour, 23 Nov-01 Dec 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dome, Brighton, 27 Nov 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Palais des Fêtes, Strasbourg, 25 Jun 1966
Festival de Musique de Strasbourg, 10-26 Jun 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Erkel Szinhaz, Budapest, 04 Oct 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Cluj, 07 Oct 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

San sinema, Istanbul, 21 Oct 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, 01 Sep 1970
Guest conductor in the USA, 01 Sep-04 Oct 1970


Los Angeles Philharmonic

Richard III Op. 11 (1858)
Prague, 19 Sep 1947- Recorded
First concert with the Prague Radio SO (SOCR) as chief conductor (1947-1950), appointed on 01 Sep 1947. Direcly brodacst by the Polish Radio


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 21 Mar 1948 (18.00)
Broadcast and on 25 Apr (11.00), 12 May (21.50, for the anniversary of composer's birthday), 12 Jun (Prague II, 17.00), 20 Jun (23.00), 05 Sep, 05 Dec 1948, 09 Jan, 04 Mar 1949 and 24 Sep 1950 (23.00)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 10 and 11 Mar 1960


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Rybar (The Fisher) (1869)
Radio Studio, Prague, 07 Nov 1938
Broadcast


Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Svatebni sceny (Wedding Scenes)
Radio Studio, Prague, 07 Nov 1938
Broadcast


Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Radio Studio, Prague, 05 Feb 1939
Broadcast (and Intermezzo Pittoresque by J. Kocian) (excerpts)


Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Tajemstvi (Le Secret), overture (1877)
Radiojournal Hall, Prague, 31 Jul 1935
Directly broadcast


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Viola, opera (unfinished) (1874, 1883-84)
Czechoslovak Radio Studio 1, Prague, 26 Jan 1949

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)

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


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Training Centre, Marianske Lazne, 26 Aug 1951
Free concert for the Armed Forces in Marianske Lazne


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 31 Mar 1963


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Massey Hall, Toronto, 14 and 15 Oct 1969
First concerts with the TS as chief conductor (1969-1973)


Toronto Symphony Orchestra

University of Waterloo, ON, 18 Oct 1969


Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Centennial Hall, London, ON, 25 Oct 1969


Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Karel Ancerl Discography