Arnold Schoenberg (1874-1951)
    
Concerto for violin and orchestra Op. 36 (1934-36)
Mann Auditorium, Tel Aviv, 29 and 30 Dec 1970
Guest conductor in Israel, 29 Dec 1970-17 Jan 1971 (Israelian premiere)

Zvi Zeitlin, violin
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra

Kammersymphonie No. 1 Op. 9 (1906, 1923)
Umelecka Beseda, Prague, 12 Feb 1935
Pritomnost concert (and other works by Schoenberg). Introduction by Alois Haba

Jar. Hajek, - Josef Peska, violin - Ladislav Kucera, viola - V. Cerny, cello - Frantisek Hertl, bass - J. Povolny, clarinet - J. Kaspar, bass clarinet - Frantisek Hantak, English horn - J. Biza, bassoon


Pelléas et Mélisande Op. 5 (1902-03)
Prague, 1947-50- Recorded (excerpts)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Pierrot lunaire Op. 21 (1912)
Manes Hall, Prague, 15 May 1934
Manes concert (and another work by Ph. Janach). Introduction by Ferdinand Pujman (Czech premiere)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Suite for piano, 3 clarinets, violin, viola and cello Op. 29 (1927)
Umelecka Beseda, Prague, 08 Apr 1937
Pritomnost concert. Works by Berg and Schoenberg. Introduction by Mirko Ocadlik

E. Latzlo, piano - J. Brychta, - J. Kaspar, - A. Rybin, clarinet - T. Hala, violin - Ladislav Kucera, viola - Bohus Heran, cello


Variations for orchestra Op. 31 (1926-28)
Radio Studio, Prague, 02 Dec 1932
First concert with the Prague Radio SO (SOCR). In the presence of Otakar Ostrcil. Directly broadcast to Austria by RAVAG (Wien) (Prague premiere)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Manes Hall, Prague, 15 May 1934
Manes concert (and another work by Ph. Janach). Introduction by Ferdinand Pujman


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Karel Ancerl Discography