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)
Schoenberg Variations for orchestra Op. 31 (1926-28) (Prague premiere)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Jeremiáš Dva zpevy (Two Songs), Zem and Chvile slavy jsem mel
Bozena Kozlikova, mezzo-soprano


Prague, 1933
Ostrčil Symphonic Variations for orchestra Op. 24 (1927-28)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 24 Jan 1933
Dvořák Slavonic Dances (excerpts)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Fibich V podvecer (In the Evening) Op. 39 (1892)


Smetana Hakon Jarl, symphonic poem Op. 16 (1860-61)


Novák Marysa Overture Op. 18 (1898)


Prague, 1934-35
Satie Parade (1917)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Janáček Rikadla, Nonsense Rhymes (1927)


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

Prokofiev Symphony No. 3 in C minor Op. 44 (1928)


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

Schoenberg Variations for orchestra Op. 31 (1926-28)


Radio Studio, Prague, 24 Aug 1934
Directly broadcast
Jeremiáš Jarni predehra (Spring Overture) Op. 9 (1912)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Verdi Otello, Credo
Otto Kubin, baritone


Smetana Certova stena (The Devil's Wall) (1892) (Aria of Vok)
Otto Kubin, baritone


Leoncavallo Pagliacci, Prologue (1892)
Otto Kubin, baritone


Grieg Symphonic Dances Op. 64 (1898)


Radio Studio, Prague, 30 Aug 1934
Directly broadcast
Brahms Hungarian Dances No. 5 and 6
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Bartók Romanian Folk Dances for small orchestra Sz. 68 (1917)


Dvořák Slavonic Dances Op. 72 (1886)


National House of Vinohrady, Prague, 21 Jan 1935
Directly broadcast
Dvořák Slavonic Dances (excerpts) (No. 8, 15)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Suk Serenade for string orchestra in E flat major Op. 6 (1892) (1. Andante con moto, instrumentation by Alois Provaznik)


Glazunov Scčnes de ballet Op. 52 (1894) (Marionettes - Scherzino - Valse)


Rossini Semiramide Overture (1825)


National House of Vinohrady, Prague, 05 Mar 1935
Directly broadcast
Vačkář The Towers, overture
(under the pseudonym of Pip Faltis)

Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Zamrzla Orient, symphonic suite Op. 24 (1924) (Fatima - Scherzo - Vaule)


Tchaďkovsky Capriccio italien Op. 45


Malát Veselé namluvy (1899-1900) (Sousedska)


Kubín Walz


National House of Vinohrady, Prague, 29 Mar 1935
Directly broadcast
Nedbal Tale of Simple Johnny (1901-02) (ballet adaptation, broadcast for the fitrst time)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

National House of Vinohrady, Prague, 12 Apr 1935
Duirectly broadcast
Dvořák Dramatic Overture B. 16 (1870)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Brahms Concerto for violin and orchestra Op. 77
Joseph Szigeti, violin


Bartók Rhapsody for violin and orchestra No. 2 Sz. 90 (1928)
Joseph Szigeti, violin


Radio Studio, Prague, 09 Aug 1935
Directly broadcast to Austria by RAVAG (Wien)
Dvořák Slavonic Dances (excerpts)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Novák Slovacka suita Op. 32 (1903)


Smetana Dve Vdovy (The two Widows) (1873-74) (ballet)


Radio Studio, Prague, Sep 1935
Krejčí Antigona, cantata (1933, 1959-62)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Studio, Prague, 19 Jan 1936
Directly broadcast
Bach Concerto for piano and orchestra in D major Op. 13
Vaclav Holzknecht, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Beethoven Symphony No. 1 in C major Op. 21


Radio Studio, Prague, 15 Mar 1936
Directly broadcast
Mussorgsky Without Sun, song cycle (1874)
Maria Krasova, alto
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Glazunov From the Middle Ages, suite for orchestra in E major Op. 79 (1902)
(poem by Kutuzov, instrumentation by Anatol Provaznik)

Maria Krasova, alto


Radio Srudio, Prague, 08 May 1936
Berg Der Wein (The Wine), lieder for soprano and orchestra (1929)
Ruzena Herlingerova, soprano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Studio, Prague, 18 Oct 1936
Directly broadcast
Mozart L'Epreuve d'amour, ballet (attributed to Mozart) (Premiere on o4 Apr 1936 by the Ballets Russes de Monte-Carlo)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Haydn Symphony No. 92 in G major (1788)


Haendel Concerto for harp and orchestra in B flat major Op. 4/6
Bedrich Dobrodinsky, harp


Radio Studio, Prague, 02 Nov 1936
Directly broadcast
Albeniz Suite Catalonia (1899) (1st part)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Franck Le Chasseur maudit FWV44 (1882)


Lalo Symphonie espagnole for violin and orchestra Op. 21 (1874) (I, IV and V)
Orlando Barrera, violin


Radio Studio, Prague, 12 Nov 1936
Directly broadcast
Smetana Certova stena (The Devil's Wall) (1892) (Overture)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Bizet L'Arlésienne, suite d'orchestre No. 1 (IV. Carillon)


Tchaďkovsky Symphony No. 4 in F minor Op. 36 (III. Scherzo capriccioso)


Dvořák Serenade in D minor Op. 44 (1878) (Menuet)


Mahler Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor (1901-02) (IV. Adagietto)


Wagner Rienzi Overture (1837-40)


Radio Srudio, Prague, 17 Nov 1936
Direcftly broadcast
Kaprál Uspavanky (Berceuses), for voice and small orchestra (1932-33)
Jarmila Vavrdova, solo voice
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Srudio, Prague, 26 Nov 1936
Directly broadcast
Bendl Ceska svarba (Czech Wedding), ballet (1894) (Vladimir Just, ballet adaptation-Zdenko Knittl, staging)
Karel Herzog, the Groom - Jindra Hollmanova, the Bride - Ctinor Sonevend, the Father - Darja Hajska, the Mother - Premysl Prazsky, the Innkeeper
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Studio, Prague, 29 Nov 1936
Directly broadcast
Vivaldi Concerto for cello and orchestra in E minor
Pierre Fournier, cello
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Haydn Concerto for cello and orchestra No. 2 in D major Hob.VIIb/2
Pierre Fournier, cello


Prague, 1937
Janáček Zapisnik Znizeleho (The Diary of One who disappeared) (1917-19)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Studio, Prague, 04 Mar 1937
Directly broadcast
Stamitz Orchestral Trio in C major No. 1
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Stamitz Duo for flutes
Karel Hanzl, flute - Rudolf Hertl, flute


Stamitz Orchestral Quartet in F major Op. 14 No. 4


Stamitz Symphony "Pastoral" in D major Op. 4 No. 2


Radio Studio, Prague, 02 Apr 1937
Directly broadcast (and Clair de lune and Automne by Gabriel Fauré)
Ravel Sheherazade (1903)
S. Arvez-Vernet, soprano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Roussel Le Bachelier de Salamanque Op. 20 (1919)
S. Arvez-Vernet, soprano


Roussel Réponse d'une épouse sage Op. 35 (1927)
S. Arvez-Vernet, soprano


Srom Suite for large orchestra (1934)


Radio Studio, Prague, 08 Apr 1937
Directly broadcast
Gluck Iphigenie en Aulide Overture (1774)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Mozart Symphony No. 39 in E flat K. 543 (3. Menuet)


Haydn Symphony No. 94 in G major (1791) (2. Andante)


Mozart Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail K. 384 (Overture)


Radio Studio, Prague, 10 Jun 1937
Directly broadcast
Suk Asrael, symphony Op. 27 (1905-06)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Czechoslovak Radio Studio, Prague, 12 Aug 1937
Directly broadcast to Denmark
Janáček Rakos Rakoczy, ballet (1891) (ballet adaptation)
Mila Matysova and Antonin Zib, soloists
Kühn Mixed Choir - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Studio, Prague, 19 Aug 1937
Directly broadcast. Vladimir Bohac, narrator
Ostrčil Vlasty skon (The Death of Vlasta) Op. 5 (1903) (excerpts)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Ostrčil Balada ceska, melodrama (poem by J. Neruda) Op. 8 (1903)


Ostrčil Leto (Summer), tone poem Op. 23 (1927)


Radio Studio, Prague, 07 Sep 1937
Directly broadcast
Roussel Concert pour petit orchestre Op. 34 (1926-27)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Mandic Nocno lutanje (Night Journey), symphonic poem
Zofie Navratilova, singer


Radio Studio, Prague, 04 Oct 1937
Directly broadcast
Dvořák The Stubborn Lovers, overture Op. 17 (1874)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Glinka Capriccio brillant on the Therme of Jora Aragonesa (1848)


Dvořák Scherzo Capriccioso Op. 66 (1883)


Reger Variations and Fugue on a theme by Mozart Op.132 (1914)


Radio Strdio, Prague, 19 Oct 1937
Directly broadcast
Reger Variations and Fugue on a theme by Mozart Op.132 (1914)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Szymanowski Symphony No. 3 "Chant de la nuit" Op. 27 (1916)
Marie Budikova, soprano


Radio Studio, Prague, 05 Nov 1937
Dances of famous operas and symphonies. Directly broadcast
Tchaďkovsky Eugen Onegin (1879) Op. 24 (polonaise)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Mozart Symphony No. 39 in E flat K. 543 (3. Menuet)


Dvořák Symphony No. 6 in D major Op. 60 (1880) (furiant dance)


Beethoven Symphony No. 6 "Pastoral" in F major Op. 68 (3.Allegro)


Smetana Prodana nevesta (The Bartered Bride) (1866-70) (polka)


Berlioz Symphonie fantastique Op. 14 (waltz)


Smetana Dve Vdovy (The two Widows) (1873-74) (polka)


Tchaďkovsky Symphony No. 5 in E minor Op. 64 (waltz)


Weinberger Svanda dudak (Schwanda the Bagpiper), opera (1926) (polka)


Wagner Die Meistersinger von NÜrnberg (1868) (march of the Apprentices)


Radio Studio, Prague, 20 Dec 1937
Directly broadcast
Dvořák Vanda Overture Op.25 (1875)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Smetana Ma Vlast ( My Country ), 3. Sarka


Hába Concerto for cello and orchestra (1935)
Bohus Heran, cello


Burian Reminiscences of Czech Dances (1937) (Premiere)


Radio Studio, Prague, 03 Feb 1938
Broadcast
Foerster Me mladi (My youth), symphonic poem Op. 44 (1900)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Vycpálek V bozi dlani (In God's Hands), song cycle Op. 14 (1916)
Zofie Navratilova, singer


Dvořák Symphonic Variations Op. 78 (1877)


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

Radio Studio, Prague, 07 Mar 1938
Directly broadcast and on 03 Apr 1938
Beethoven Symphony No. 6 "Pastoral" in F major Op. 68
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radiopalast, Prague, 28 Apr 1938
Hába Symphonic Fantasy for piano and orchestra Op. 8 (1920-21)
Karel Reiner, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Studio, Prague, 25 May 1938
Directly broadcast
Bach Concerto for piano and orchestra in D minor BWV 1052
Angelina Morales, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Liszt Totentanz S.126 (1849, 1859)
Angelina Morales, piano


Axman Serenade for small orchestra (1937)


Unitaria Great Hall, Prague, 28 May 1938
Pritomnost concert. SOCR members. Introduction by Ferdinand Pujman
Falla Concerto for harpsichord, winds and strings (1928)
Otakar Kredba, harpsichord
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Falla El Retablo de Maese Pedro (1923)
Josef Celerin, Don Quijote - Josef Kraus, Maese Pedro - B. Svobodova, the Boy


Radio Studio, Prague, 02 Jun 1938
Broadcast
Axman Serenade for small orchestra (1937) - Recorded(instead of Jiri Srnka-Variations)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Brahms Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 2 in B flat major Op. 83
Walter Rehberg, piano


Jeremiáš Jarni predehra (Spring Overture) Op. 9 (1912) - Recorded


Radio Studio, Prague, 08 Jun 1938
Concert in the Spring Mood. Broadcast
Jeremiáš Jarni predehra (Spring Overture) Op. 9 (1912)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Axman Serenade for small orchestra (1937)


Czechoslovak Radio Studio, Prague, 08 Aug 1938
Broadcast. SOCR members (and Janacek's In the Mists by R. Firkusny)
Janáček Concertino for piano and chamber orchestra (1925)
Rudolf Firkusny, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Czechoslovak Radio Studio, Prague, 14 Aug 1938
Broadcast
Janáček Rakos Rakoczy, ballet (1891) (ballet adaptation)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Studio, Prague, 19 Aug 1938
Broadcast
Ostrčil Ballad of the Dead Cobbler and Young Dancer, melodrama Op. 6 (1904)
Maria Buresova, Ladislav Bohac, Otto Cernak, narrators
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Ostrčil Legenda z Erinu, opera Op. 19 (1919) (Second Act Overture)


Ostrčil Legenda z Erinu, opera Op. 19 (1919) (Story of Kng Kormak)
Lubomir Visegonov, singer


Radio Studio, Prague, 23 Aug 1938
Broadcast. SOCR wind soloists (and other Janacek's works by R. Firkusny). [Munich Agreement, 30 Sep 1938]
Janáček Capriccio for piano left hand and wind instruments (1926)
(written for Otakar Hollmann)

Rudolf Firkusny, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Studio, Prague, 05 Dec 1938
Broadcast and on 19 Jan and 06 Feb 1939 (23.30)
Mozart Don Giovanni Overture K. 527
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Mozart Symphony No. 38 "Prague" in D major K. 504


Radio Studio, Prague, 16 Dec 1938
Broadcast
Beethoven Leonore III , overture Op. 72a
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Křička Horacka suita (Mountain Suite) (1936)


Dvořák Zlaty kolovrat (The Golden Spinning Wheel) Op. 109 (1896)


Radio Studio, Prague, 27 Dec 1938
Broadcast
Měchura Stedry den (Christmas Eve)
Karel Leiss, tenor - Milos Linka, bass
Czech Singers' Chorus - Female voices / Jan Kühn - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prokop Ve stinu lipy (In the Shade of the Lime), symphonic poem (1905) (Vtpraveni pana ucitele, The Teacher's Tale)


Radio Studio, Prague, 31 Jan 1939
Broadcast
Dusik Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 12 Op. 70
Vladimir Polivka, piano
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Mozart Symphony No. 40 in G minor K. 550
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Studio, Prague, 02 Feb 1939
Broadcast
Grieg From Holberg's Time, suite Op. 40 (1884)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Mozart Symphony No. 40 in G minor K. 550
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Studio, Prague, 06 Feb 1939 (19.10)
Broadcast to Mediterranean and Affica, on 08 Feb to South Asia and on 11 Mar 1939
Borodin Prince Igor (Polovtsian Dances) (1890)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Tchaďkovsky Swan Lake Op. 20


Radio Studio, Prague, 14 Mar 1939
Broadcast
Mozart Symphony No. 36 "Linz" in C major K. 425
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 02 Jan 1946
Broadcast and on 14 Feb 1946
Kaprálová Concerto for piano and orchestra in D minor Op. 7 (1934-35) - Recorded
Berta Rixova-Kabelacova, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 22 Feb 1946
Concert of Soviet Music. Broadcast
Cemberdzi Dance suite
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Khachaturian Concerto for violin and orchestra in D minor (1940)
Karel Sroubek, violin


Prague, 1947-50
Schoenberg Pelléas et Mélisande Op. 5 (1902-03) - Recorded(excerpts)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Webern XXX


Dvorak Hall, Prague, 25 Apr 1947
Pritomnost concert
Honegger Chant de Joie H. 47 (1922-23)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Martinů Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 2 H.237 (1935)
Germaine Leroux, piano


Stravinsky Jeu de Cartes (1936)


Husa Sinfonietta for chamber orchestra Op. 4 (1944) - Recorded(Premiere)


Prague, 19 Sep 1947
First concert with the Prague Radio SO (SOCR) as chief conductor (1947-1950), appointed on 01 Sep 1947. Direcly brodacst by the Polish Radio
Dvořák Vanda Overture Op.25 (1875)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Dvořák Vodnik (The Water Goblin) Op. 107 (1896) - Recorded


Smetana Richard III Op. 11 (1858) - Recorded


Fibich Pad Arkuna (The Fall of Arkun) Overture Op. 55 (1898)


Brno, 24 Sep 1947
Kaprálová Concerto for piano and orchestra in D minor Op. 7 (1934-35)
Berta Rixova-Kabelacova, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

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)
Smetana Prodana nevesta (The Bartered Bride) (1866-70)
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)

Rokoska Studio, Prague, 28 Nov 1947
Vranický Concerto for two violas in C major (4. Rondo)
Vincenc Zahradnic - Vaclav Jenc, violas
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)
Ultraphon
MBA 13037 (78)
Ultraphon
MBA 74 (2 CDs)
Pearl
9149 (2 CDs)

Rokoska Studio, Prague, 05 Dec 1947
Kaňka Concerto for piano and orchestra, 1. Allegro con brio
Karel Vinklat, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)
Ultraphon
MBA 13045 (78)
Private CD
06 (CD)

Vanhal Concerto for viola and orchestra, 3. Finale in F major
Vaclav Jenc, viola

Ultraphon
MB 13034 (78)

Prague, 07 Jan 1948 (21.20)
Broadcast
Beethoven Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 5 "Emperor" in E flat Op. 73
Vera Repkova, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Beethoven Symphony No. 5 in C minor Op. 67


Prague, 07 Jan 1948 (Prague II, 18.30)
Boradcast and on 06 Mar 1948 (Prague II, 17.00)
Rimsky-Korsakov Capriccio espagnol Op. 34 (1887)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Olomouc, 08 Jan 1948
Kaprálová Concerto for piano and orchestra in D minor Op. 7 (1934-35)
Berta Rixova-Kabelacova, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 09 Jan 1948 (Prague II, 18.30)
Broadcast and on 17 Apr (23.00), 16 May (23.00), 11 Sep 1948, 03 Apr, 01 and 15 May, 08 Oct 1949, 09 Jul(11.00), 26 Jul and 21 Oct 1950 (23.00)
Dvořák Scherzo Capriccioso Op. 66 (1883)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 10 Jan 1948 (23.00)
Broadcast
Glinka Capriccio brillant on the Therme of Jora Aragonesa (1848)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 11 Jan 1948 (23.00)
Broadcast
Fibich Pad Arkuna (The Fall of Arkun) Overture Op. 55 (1898)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 26 Jan 1948 (23.00)
This symphonic poem is part of the complete ballet premiered in London (Covent Garden) on 20 Feb 1950. Broadcast
Gerhard Don Quixote, symphonic poem (1940-49)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 31 Jan 1948 (23.00)
This concerto is usually mentioned as premiered on 30 May 1958 at the Bartok Festival in Basel by Paul Sacher and Hansheinz Scheenberger, violin. Broadcast and on 03 Mar 1949
Bartók Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 1 Sz. 36 (1907-1908)
(dedicated to Stefi Geyer)

Karel Sroubek, violin
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 11 Feb 1948
Broadcast and on 22 Feb (11.00), 03 Mar (23.00), 01 Apr (23.00), 04 May (23.00),16 May (11.00), 05 and 13 Jun (23.00), 11 and 26 Sep, 09 Nov, 17 Dec 1948, 25 May and 21 Oct 1949
Krejčí 20 Variations on the Composer's own Theme in the Style of a Folk Song (1946-47)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 11 Feb 1948
Broadcast on 15 Mar (21.25), 30 Mar (23.00), 21 Sep, 17 Nov 1948, 22 Sep 1949 and 24 Nov 1950 (21.00)
Novák Podzimni symfonie (Autumn symphony) Op. 62 (1934)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Czechoslovak Radio Studio 1, Prague, 16 Feb 1948
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).
Smetana Branibori v cechach (The Brandenburgers in Bohemia) (1862-63) - Recorded
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, 17 Feb 1948 (23.00)
Broadcast and on 08 May (Prague II, 21.10), 20 Jun (19.45), 05 Aug(23.00),31 Aug, 26 Dec 1948 and 26 Jun 1949. [Communist Coup d'Etat (17-25 Feb 1948) : the Victorious February]
Veit Symphony in E minor Op. 49 (1860)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 21 Feb 1948 (Prague II, 21.45)
Broadcast and on 09 Sep, 16 Dec 1948, 19 Feb and 14 Apr 1949
Vycpálek The Last Things of Man Op. 16 (1921)
Drahomira Tikalova, soprano - Ladislav Mraz, bass
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 22 Feb 1948 (11.00)
Broadcast and on 27 Apr 1948 (23.00), 08 Jan and 21 Feb 1949
Voříšek Symphony in D major Op. 24 (1821)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 22 Feb 1948 (23.00)
Broadcast and on 29 May, 09 Jun 1948 (23.00, 1st part), 13 Jan and 10 Jun 1949
Suk Asrael, symphony Op. 27 (1905-06)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 23 Feb 1948 (Prague II, 20.45)
Broadcast and on 20 Apr (23.00), 08 May (21.00), 10 Aug, 02 Dec 1948, 31 Mar, 21 Apr, 18 Jul, 07 Sep 1949 and 15 Nov 1950 (23.00)
Kabeláč Overture Op. 17 (1947)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 28 Feb 1948 (Prague II, 21.30)
Broadcast and on 04 Mar (23.00), 08 Apr 1948 (23.00) and 27 Jun 1949
Bořkovec Krysar (Pied Piper), symphonic suite from the ballet (1939)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 10 Mar 1948 (22.55)
Broadcast and on 18 May 1948 (23.00), 10 May, 10 Sep 1949 and 10 Oct 1950 (23.00)
Axman Concerto for piano and orchestra (1939)
Frantisek Rauch, piano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 19 Mar 1948 (21.00)
Broadcast
Beethoven Symphony No. 2 in D major Op. 36
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

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


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)
Smetana Richard III Op. 11 (1858)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 28 Mar 1948 (18.00)
Broadcast and on 25 Apr (Prague II, 10.30),13 Jun (23.00), 17 Jul (23.00), 15 Aug, 14 Oct, 20 Nov 1948, 09 Jan, 27 Mar, 03 Apr, 10 Jul, 23 Aug, 27 Aug, 10 Oct 1949, 15 Aug 1950, 13 Oct 1950 (50th anniversary of Fibich's death) and 05 Nov 1950
Fibich Symphony No. 1 in F major Op. 17 (1877-83)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 03 Apr 1948 (17.00)
Brtoadcast
Ostrčil Balada ceska, melodrama (poem by J. Neruda) Op. 8 (1903)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Smetana Hall, Prague, 07 Apr 1948
4th public concert of Umeni lidu (The Art of People)
Beethoven Symphony No. 2 in D major Op. 36
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Stravinsky OEdipus Rex (1926-27, 1948) - Recorded(Czech premiere)
Maria Rixova, Jocaste - Zdenek Otava, Creon - Jaroslav Vrchlicky, Tiresias - Antonin Jerabek, Le Berger - Zdenek Otava, Le Messager - Vladimir Leraus, narrator
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas

Smetana Hall, Prague, 10 Apr 1948
Broadcast on 15 Apr (23.00), 19 Jun (Prague II, 21.10), 01 Sep 1948 and 12 Apr 1949
Prokofiev Symphony No. 3 in C minor Op. 44 (1928) - Recorded
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 11 Apr 1948 (18.30)
Broadcast and on 20 May (20.00), 14 Aug 1948 (10.30), 15 Mar, 13 Jun, 30 Aug 1949 and 15 Aug 1950
Dvořák Vodnik (The Water Goblin) Op. 107 (1896)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 12 Apr 1948 (23.00)
Broadcast and on 18 Jun (Prague II, 17.00), 10 Aug, 28 Dec 1948, 22 Apr and 18 Sep 1949
Jírovec Kasace pro dechove nastroje (Cassation for wind instruments)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 20 Apr 1948 (23.00)
Broadcast and on 02 Dec 1948, 21 Apr, 09 Aug 1949 and 16 Oct 1950 (23.00)
Kapr Pisen o rodne zemi (Song of the Native Land), cantata on a poem by J. Hora (1940)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR) - Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas

Smetana Hall, Prague, 24 Apr 1948
Beethoven Symphony No. 2 in D major Op. 36
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Stravinsky OEdipus Rex (1926-27, 1948)
Maria Krasova, Jocaste - J. Gerich, OEdipe - Ladislav Mraz, Creon - Jaroslav Veverka, Tiresias - Antonin Jerabek, Le Berger - B. Hradil, narrator
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas

Prague, 25 Apr 1948 (11.00)
Broadcast and on 30 May 1948 (18.00)
Beethoven Symphony No. 2 in D major Op. 36
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 29 Apr 1948 (21.30)
Broadcast and on 22 Jun (23.00), 11 Aug (23.00), 16 Oct, 11 Nov 1948, 29 Mar and 28 Jul 1949
Stravinsky OEdipus Rex (1926-27, 1948)
Maria Krasova, Jocaste - J. Gerich, OEdipe - Ladislav Mraz, Creon - Jaroslav Veverka, Tiresias - Antonin Jerabek, Le Berger - B. Hradil, narrator
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 01 May 1948 (Prague II, 16.00)
Broadcast and on 11 Sep, 17 Oct 1948, 08 Jul, 29 and 30 Oct 1949
Dvořák Slavonic Rhapsody No. 1 in Dmajor Op. 45 (1878)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

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

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


Smetana Ma Vlast ( My Country ), 5 . Tabor


Smetana Ma Vlast ( My Country ), 6 . Blanik


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)
Smetana Ma Vlast ( My Country ) (1879)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Smetana Hall, Prague, 14 May 1948
Directly broadcast and on 21 Jul 1948 (23.00) and 28 May 1949 . XXVth Anniversary of Czechoslovak Radio
Kabeláč Overture Op. 17 (1947)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Janáček Sinfonietta (1926) - Recorded


Dvorak Hall, Prague, 17 May 1948 (20.10)
Prague Spring Festival (PSF), 15 May-11 Jun 1948. First participation of Karel Ancerl at the PSF. Directly broadcast
Slavický Sinfonietta No. 1 (1940) - Recorded
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Kassern Concerto for soprano and orchestra (1928) - Recorded
Ewa Bandrowska-Turska, soprano


Vycpálek The Last Things of Man Op. 16 (1921)
Drahomira Tikalova, soprano - Ladislav Mraz, bass
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 22 May 1948
Prague Spring Festival. Directly broadcast
Kapr Marathon, symphonic scherzo (1939) - Recorded
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Kabeláč Symphony No. 2 in C Op. 15 (1942-46)


Moyzes Symphony No. 4 in E flat major Op. 38 (1947) - Recorded


Prague, 23 May 1948
Zdenek Jirak, staging. Broadcast and on 09 Jul (21.15), 25 Oct 1948, 06 May 1949 and 08 Sep 1950
Shaporin On the Field of Kulikova,symphonic cantata after A. Blok for soloists, choir and orchestra Op. 14 (1918-1939) - Recorded(in Czech)
Jamila Pedrova, soprano - Jamila Palivcova, alto - Rudolf Petrak, tenor - Ladislav Mraz, baritone
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

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