Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953)
    
Alexander Nevsky Op. 78 (1939)
Prague, 17 Jun 1949
Broadcast and on 02 Nov 1949


Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Smetana Hall, Prague, 07 and 08 Oct 1954

Vera Krilova, alto
Czech Singers' Chorus / Jan Kühn - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Smetana Hall, Prague, 14 May 1955
Prague Spring Festiival, 12 May-03 Jun 1955

Sona Cervena, mezzo-soprano
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra - Czech Singers' Chorus

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

Vera Krilova, alto
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 05 Feb 1961

Vera Krilova, alto
Czech Singers' Chorus / Josef Veselka - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 08 Feb 1961

Vera Krilova, alto
Czech Singers' Chorus / Josef Veselka - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 09 Feb 1961

Vera Krilova, alto
Czech Singers' Chorus / Josef Veselka - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 10 Feb 1961

Vera Krilova, alto
Czech Singers' Chorus / Josef Veselka - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Smetana Hall, Prague, 16 May 1961
Prague Spring Festival, 12 May-04 Jun 1961

Vera Soukupova, alto
Czech Singers' Chorus / Josef Veselka - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 30 Jan - 02 Feb 1962

Vera Soukupova, alto
Czech Singers' Chorus / Jan Kühn - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Supraphon
DV 5871 (LP)

Supraphon
SV 8046 (LP)

Supraphon
SV 8298 (LP) (4. O people of Russia, arise !)

Supraphon
SUA 10053 or 50053 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 10429 or 50429 (LP)

Supraphon
0 80 9898 (7'') (2nd mvt)

Supraphon [FR]
27874 (LP)

Supraphon [FR]
27879 (8 LPs)

Supraphon [FR]
913 166(27874) (LP)

Supraphon [DE]
80741 (LP)

Supraphon [IT]
SU 71.004 (LP)

Melodiya
C 0853 (LP)

Melodiya
C 0853 (LP)

Melodiya
D 13565 (LP)

Artia
ALP(S) 202 or ALS 7202 (LP)

Turnabout
TV 34269 (LP)

Supraphon
11 1948-2 (CD)

Supraphon Gold Edition
SU 3696-2 (CD)

De Agostini
GEM 3/28-2 (CD)

Supraphon [JP]
COCO 78208 (CD)

Supraphon [JP]
COCQ 84483 (CD)

Believe/Mangora Classic
BMC 02 (MP3)

Grande Salle du Pavillon, Montreux, 14 Sep 1966
Festival de Montreux

Vera Soukupova, alto
Czech Singers' Chorus / Josef Veselka - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Massey Hall, Toronto, 18 and 19 May 1971

Birgit Finnila, alto
Toronto Mendelssohn Choir / Elmer Iseler - Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 1 in D flat major Op. 10 (1911)
Prague, 04 Apr 1934
In the composer's presence. Directly broadcast

Serge Prokofiev, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 20 May 1954

Svjatoslav Richter, piano
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Supraphon
11576/77 or H 24410/11 (78)

Supraphon
LPV 250 (LP)

Supraphon
LPV 250 (LP)

Supraphon
DV 5229 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 10264 (LP)

Supraphon [FR]
LPV 250 (LP)

Collection des disquaires associes
CDA 1004 (LP)

Collection des disquaires associes
CDA 1004 (LP)

Supraphon [FR]
913 163(25325/26) (2 LPs)

Supraphon [DE]
87149 (2 LPs)

Deutsche Grammophon
LPM 18475 (LP)

Eterna
8 20 582 (LP)

Orpheus
6400 (LP)

Discophon
4056 (LP)

Supraphon [IT]
B30R 0049 (LP)

Dell'Arte
DA 9015 (LP)

Melodiya
CM 464 (LP) (labelled as Alexandr Gauk)

Artia
ALP(S) 123 (LP)

Everest
3480 (LP)

Supraphon [VE]
GMM 08 or 10264 (LP)

Carinia
LPS 2005 (LP)

Supraphon [JP]
HR-1524 or OW-7605 (LP)

Supraphon
11 0268-2 (CD)

Supraphon Gold Edition
SU 3670-2 (CD)

Supraphon
SU 4014 (CD)

Urania
SP 4227 (CD)

Regis
RRC1373 (CD)

Regis
RRC6011 (6 CDs)

Membran
233 080 (10 CDs)

Membran
600 243 (10 CDs)

Membran
WB2 (10 CDs)

Melodiya
29468-2 (CD)

Supraphon [JP]
COCO 6373 (CD)

Supraphon [JP]
COCO 80745 (CD)

Supraphon [JP]
COCQ 83815 (CD)

Believe/Mangora Classic
BMC 04 (MP3)

Heritage
HGCDM041 (MP3)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 20 May 1954
Prague Spring Festival

Svjatoslav Richter, piano
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 14 and 15 Nov 1962- Recorded

Ivan Moravec, piano
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 16 Nov 1962- Live

Ivan Moravec, piano
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Praga
PR 254 004 (CD)

Staatstheater, Dresden, 19 Feb 1965

Mirka Pokoma, piano
Staatskapelle Dresden

Smetana Hall, Prague, 15 May 1967- Live
Prague Spring Festival, 12 May-04 Jun 1967

Ivan Moravec, piano
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

HaydnHouse
HH 281452 (CD)

Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 2 in G minor Op. 16 (1913)
Dvorak Hall, Prague, 05 Feb 1961

Dagmar Baloghova, piano
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Kosice, 07 Jun 1961
VIth Kosice Music Spring Festival - Gala concert

Dagmar Baloghova, piano
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

PKO Auditorium, Presov, 08 Jun 1961
Spring International Music Festival

Dagmar Baloghova, piano
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 14-16 Oct 1963

Dagmar Baloghova, piano
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Supraphon
DV 6051 (LP)

Supraphon
SV 8159 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 10551 or 50551 (LP)

Supraphon [FR]
913 163(25325/26) (2 LPs)

Discophon
4234 (LP)

Supraphon [PT]
SST 80014 (LP)

Artia
ALP(S) 707 (LP)

Supraphon
11 1944-2 (CD)

Supraphon Gold Edition
SU 3670-2 (CD)

Frankfurt, 26 Apr 1968

Dagmar Baloghova, piano
HR Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra

Musikverein Grosser Saal, Wien, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 Jan 1970
Guest conductor in Europe, 13 Jan-20 Feb 1970

Shura Cherkassky, piano
Wiener Symphoniker

Philharmonic Hall, New York, 29 Dec 1971 and 01 Jan 1972

John Browning, piano (replacing Rudolf Serkin)
New York Philharmonic

Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 3 in C major Op. 26 (1921)
Prague, 24 Jun 1949
Broadcast to France by RTF (Paris) and on 23 Aug 1949

Frantisek Maxian, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 15 Jun 1950
Broadcast and on 22 Nov 1950 (23.00, Prokofiev)

Frantisek Maxian, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

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

Samson François, piano
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Archipel
ARPCD 0533 (CD)

Reduta, Bratislava, 25 and 26 Apr 1967

Ludwig Hoffmann, piano
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Musikverein Grosser Saal, Wien, 06, 07, 08, 09 and 10Feb 1968

Alexis Weissenberg, piano
Wiener Symphoniker

Blossom Center, Cleveland, 12 Jul 1969- Recorded

Gary Grafman, piano
Cleveland Orchestra

Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 1 in D major Op. 19 (1916-17)
Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris, 02 May 1967- Recorded
Broadcast on 01 Jun 1967

Myriam Soloviev, violin
Orchestre National de l'ORTF

Massey Hall, Toronto, 01, 02 and 04 May 1973

Isaac Stern, violin
Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 2 in G minor Op. 63 (1935)
Radio Studio, Prague, 25 Feb 1938
Broadcast

Robert Soetens, violin
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 08 Nov 1957

Leonid Kogan, violin
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Massey Hall, Toronto, 23 Nov 1969
Musicians' Pension Fund concert

Masuko Ushioda, violin
Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, 02 and 04 Oct 1970

Michael Rabin, violin
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Peter and the Wolf Op. 67 (1936)
Dvorak Hall, Prague, 26 Oct 1960 and 01, 06, 11 Feb 1963

Eric Shilling, narrator ( in English )
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Supraphon
DV 5985 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 10510 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 50865 (LP)

Discophon
4242 (LP)

Supraphon
11 1945-2 (CD)

Supraphon Gold Edition
SU 3676-2 (CD)

Venias
VN013 (CD) (33 CD set)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 26 Oct 1960

Karel Höger, narrator ( in Czech )
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Supraphon
DV 5726 (LP)

Supraphon
0 29 9860 (10") (in Peta a vlk, a book illustrated by Jiri Trnka)

Supraphon
SU 3445-2 (CD)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 26 Oct 1960

Gustav Valach, narrator (in Slovak)
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Supraphon
DM 5905 (10")

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 26 Oct 1960

Lasse Pöysti, narrator ( in Finnish )
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Musica
FMUL 501 (LP)

Town Hall, Adelaide, 15 Jul 1961
Youth concert

Jack Hume, narrator
South Australian Symphony Orchestra

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

James Bailey, narrator
West Australian Symphony Orchestra

Romeo and Juliet Op. 64 (1933-36)
Dvorak Hall, Prague, 24-28 Aug 1959


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Supraphon
DV 5607 (LP)

Supraphon
SV 8001 (LP)

Supraphon
SV 8001 (LP)

Supraphon
SV 8001 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 10104 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 50009 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 50104 (LP)

Supraphon CBS [FR]
50104 (LP)

Supraphon [FR]
913 172 (LP)

Supraphon [FR]
25340 (LP)

EMI Music for Pleasure
MFP 2090 (LP)

Whitehall
WHS 20078 (LP)

Recital Hall
RH 306 (3 LPs)

Musicaphon
BM30SL 1610 (LP)

Musicaphon
BM30SL 4206 (LP)

Eterna
8 25 940 (LP)

Discophon
4047 (LP)

Ricordi
OCL 16xxx (LP)

Ricordi
K7xxx (TAPE)

Electrecord
ST-ECE 0305 (LP)

Parliament
PLP(S) 132 (LP)

Columbia [JP]
OC-7165 (LP)

Columbia [JP]
OS-758 (LP)

Supraphon
Crystal 675 022 (CD)

Supraphon
11 1949-2 (CD)

Supraphon Gold Edition
SU 3676-2 (CD)

RCA
Red Seal 74321 20392 2 (2 CDs) (Montagues and Capulets)

Urania
US 5170 (CD)

Major Classics
M3CD30B (3 CDs)

Supraphon [JP]
COCO 80031 (CD)

Supraphon [JP]
COCQ 84482 (CD)

Venias
VN013 (CD) (33 CD set)

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

Constitution Hall, Washington, 12 Oct 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Capitol Theatre, Ottawa, 26 Oct 1965


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

Auditorium, Storrs, CT, 20 Nov 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dome, Brighton, 27 Nov 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Town Hall, Leeds, 28 Nov 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Romanian Athenaeum, Bucharest, 09 and 10 Oct 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Théâtre de Beaulieu, Lausanne, 06 Nov 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Casino, Bern, 07 Nov 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Tonhalle, Zürich, 09 Nov 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Salle de Musique, La Chaux-de-Fonds, 10 Nov 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Casino, Basl, 11 Nov 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Lindenthaler Allee, Berlin, 27 Nov 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Memorial Auditorium, Burlington, VT, 04 Oct 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Orrie de Nooyer Auditorium, Hackensack, NJ, 07 Oct 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

High School Auditorium, Darien, CT, 10 Oct 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Foster Auditorium, Tuscaloosa, AL, 29 Oct 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Romeo and Juliet, suite Op. 64 (1933-36)
Dvorak Hall, Prague, 27 and 28 Mar 1952


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 02 and 03 Oct 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Rheinhalle, Düsseldorf, 20 Oct 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Gürzenich, Köln, 23 Oct 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Messehalle, Hamburg, 24 Oct 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Messehalle, Nürnberg, 26 Oct 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Schäfbräukellersaal, Ingolstadt, 27 Oct 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Liederhalle, Stuttgart, 28 Oct 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Deutsches Museum, München, 02 Nov 1958- Live


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

TAHRA
ANC 001 (7 CDs)

Town Hall, Wellington, 22 Sep 1959


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Town Hall, Melbourne, 28 and 29 Sep 1959


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Hibiya Public Hall, Tokyo, 18 Oct 1959- Live


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Universal Music
TYGE-60004 (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

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


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Musikverein, Wien, 11 Jun 1960- Live
Wiener Festwochen, 07 Jun-31 Jul 1960


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Private CD
07/8 (2 CDs)

Leningrad Residence, Marianske Lazne, 29 Jun 1960


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Philharmonic Hall, Katowice, 17 Sep 1960


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Hradec Kralove, 12 Dec 1960


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Kongresshalle, Leipzig, 29 Nov 1961- Live


Gewandhaus Orchester Leipzig

TAHRA
TAH 117/119 (3 CDs)

Venias
VN013 (CD) (33 CD set)

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

Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, 28 Feb 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Royal Festival Hall, London, 03 Mar 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

White Rock Pavillon, Hastings, 07 Mar 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 16 Mar 1962
Special concert


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 16 Dec 1962


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Symphony Hall, Boston, 22 Oct 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

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

Istanbul, 15 Oct 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Concert Hall, Ankara, 17 Oct 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

F. X. Saldy Theatre, Liberec, 29 Oct 1966


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Carnegie Hall, New York, 12 Oct 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Massey Hall, Toronto, 16 and 17 Jan 1973


Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Russian overture for orchestra Op. 72 (1936-37)
Prague, 06 Oct 1949
Broadcast


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 07 Nov 1952
Gala concert for the 35th Anniversary of the Russian Revolution


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Scythian Suite Op. 20 (1914)
Dvorak Hall, Prague, 04 Feb 1960- Live


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Praga
PR 254 004 (CD)

Seven they are seven Op. 30 (1917-18)
Smetana Hall, Prague, 28 May 1966
Prague Spring Festival

Jaroslav Kachel, tenor
Czech Philharmonic Chorus / Antonin Sidlo - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Praga
PR 254 004 (CD)

Symphony No. 1 " Classique " in D major Op. 25 (1916-17)
Dvorak Hall, Prague, 16 Nov 1950
First concert with the CPO as chief conductor (1950-1968, appointed on 20 Oct 1950)


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 17 Nov 1950


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Berlin, 07 Nov 1951
Broadcast


Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra (RSB)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 08, 09 and 10 Feb 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Domovina Studio, Prague, 11 Feb 1956


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Supraphon
11505/06 (78)

Supraphon
DV 5353 (LP)

Supraphon
DV 5919 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 10300 (LP)

Supraphon
SUK 30094 (45)

Supraphon [IT]
SUK 30094 (45)

Parliament
PLP(S) 157 (LP)

Supraphon
11 1949-2 (CD)

Supraphon Gold Edition
SU 3670-2 (CD)

Venias
VN2013 (CD) (33 CD set)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 05 Feb 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 29 Sep 1966
Karel Ancerl awarded the title "National Artist of Czechoslovakia". Interview by Vaclav Brestak at the intermission


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 30 Sep 1966- Live


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Praga
PR 254 004 (CD)

Frankfurt, 26 Apr 1968


HR Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra

Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris, 08 Jan 1969
Four concerts were scheduled with the same program but, due to Ancerl's illness, Fontainebleau(7 Jan), and TCE, Paris (11 Jan) were cancelled. Versailles (9 Jan) was conducted by Jean Martinon, Franck's Symphony replacing Dvorak's. Guest conductor in Europe, 08 Jan-28 Jun 1969


Orchestre de Paris

Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, 20 Feb 1969


Concertgebouw Orchestra

Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, 22 Feb 1969


Concertgebouw Orchestra

Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, 23 Feb 1969- Live


Concertgebouw Orchestra

TAHRA
TAH 124/125 (2 CDs)

RCO
RCO 05001 (14 CDs)

World Music Express
WME-1369 (CD)

King Records
KICC-1104 (CD)

War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco, 18, 19 and 20 Mar 1970
Guest conductor in the USA, 18-28 Mar 1970


San Francisco Symphony Orchestra

Foothill College, Los Altos, CA, 21 Mar 1970


San Francisco Symphony Orchestra

Massey Hall, Toronto, 14 and 15 Apr 1970


Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Opera House, Toronto, 08 May 1970
Tremblay concerts


Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, 02 and 04 Oct 1970


Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Symphony No. 3 in C minor Op. 44 (1928)
Prague, 04 Apr 1934
In the composer's presence. Directly broadcast


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Smetana Hall, Prague, 31 Jan 1935
First full concert with the CPO, special concert


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Smetana Hall, Prague, 10 Apr 1948- Recorded
Broadcast on 15 Apr (23.00), 19 Jun (Prague II, 21.10), 01 Sep 1948 and 12 Apr 1949


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 08 Aug 1949
Broadcast


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 09 and 10 Jan 1958


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Massey Hall, Toronto, 23 and 24 Mar 1971


Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Massey Hall, Toronto, 26 Mar 1971


Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Symphony-Concerto for cello and orchestra in E minor Op. 125 (1950-52)
(dedicated to Mtislav Rostropovich)
Smetana Hall, Prague, 29 May 1955
Prague Spring Festival, 12 May-03 Jun 1955

Mtislav Rostropovich, cello
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 20-24 Jun 1965

André Navarra, cello
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Supraphon
DV 6190 (LP)

Supraphon
SV 8302 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 50689 (LP)

Supraphon [FR]
913 163(25325/26) (2 LPs)

Crossroads
22 16 0200 (LP)

Supraphon
SU 1950-2 (CD)

Supraphon Gold Edition
SU 3696-2 (CD)

Fondamenta
FON 1603021 (6 CDs)

Believe/Mangora Classic
BMC 02 (MP3)

Karel Ancerl Discography