Radio Studio, Prague, 31 Dec 1937
Directly broadcast
Trojan Folk Songs for solos, children's choir and orchestra (1936)
Z. Napravilova, J. Konsrantin, K. Leiss, O. Kredba, solos
Kühn Children's Choir - Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Radio Srudio, Prague, 20 Jan 1938
Broadcast. Zdenek Otava and Ladislav Bohac, soloists (and other works by V. Novak)
Ostrčil Selska slavnost ( Czech Peasants' Festival) Op. 1 (1898)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

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


Jeremiáš Romance of Charles IV, melodrama (poem by J. Neruda) Op. 13


Radio Studio, Prague, 21 Feb 1938
Broadcast and on 22 Apr 1938. FOK string ensemble and percussion
Krenek Concertino for flute, violin, cembalo and strings Op. 27 (1923)
Karel Hanzl, flute - Josef Peska, violin - Ernst Latzko, cembalo
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Honegger Le Dit des jeux du monde, ballet H. 19 (1918)
V. Parik, trumpet - Rudolf Pravda, percussion


Umelecka beseda, Prague, 22 Feb 1938
Pritomnost concert. FOK string ensemble and percussion. Introduction by Alois Haba
Krenek Concertino for flute, violin, cembalo and strings Op. 27 (1923)
Karel Hanzl, flute - Josef Peska, violin - Ernst Latzko, cembalo
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Honegger Le Dit des jeux du monde, ballet H. 19 (1918)
V. Parik, trumpet - Rudolf Pravda, percussion


Radio Studio, Prague, 13 May 1938
Broadcast
Falla El Retablo de Maese Pedro (1923)
Josef Celerin, Don Quijote - Josef Kraus, Maese Pedro - Marie Krejcova, the Boy
- Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Radio Studio, Prague, 31 Oct 1938
Directly broadcast
Škroup Dratenik (Tinker), singspiel (1825) (Overture)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Škroup Dratenik (Tinker), singspiel (1825) (2 Slovak songs)
Zdenek Knitl, song


Such-Punto Concerto for horn and orchestra
Emanuel Kaucky, French horn


Kozeluh Symphony in C major


Radio Studio, Prague, 03 Nov 1938
FOK small orchestra. Directly broadcast
Foerster Four Intermissions
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Křička Suite from Music for Tlusty pradedecek (Fat Great Grandfather)


Tchaďkovsky Mozartiana, suite Op. 6


Radio Studio, Prague, 04 Nov 1938
Broadcast
Vejvanovský Sonata venaroria for 2 trumpets, strings and organ
B.A. Wiedermann, organ
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Brixi Concerto for organ and orchestra in F major
B.A. Wiedermann, organ


Radio Studio, Prague, 07 Nov 1938
Broadcast
Hřímalý Zaklety princ (The Enchanted Prince) (1872) (Overture)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Vitásek Two menuets


Smetana Rybar (The Fisher) (1869)


Jirák Suita ve starem slohu (Suite in the Old Style) Op. 21 (1920) (4. Gavotte)


Nešvera Idylle for small orchestra


Dvořák Ze Sumavy (From the Bohemian Forest) Op. 68 (1883) (1. In the Spinning-room)


Maršík Jami rapdodie (Spring Rhapsody) (1930)


Křička Valasskia svatba (Wallakia Wedding)


Fibich Malirske studie (Studies of Painters) Op. 56 (1898-99) (excerpts)


Smetana Svatebni sceny (Wedding Scenes)


Radio Studio, Prague, 14 Nov 1938
Broadcast and on 20 Nov 1938
Nedbal Z pohadky do pohadky (From Fairy Tale to Fairy Tale) '1907) (excerpts)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Nedbal Monte Carlo, Waltz (1912)


Radio Studio, Prague, 15 Nov 1938
FOK small orchestra. Broadcast
Gounod Faust, opera (1859) (ballet music)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Tchaďkovsky Eugen Onegin (1879) Op. 24 (waltz)


Balling Sakura


Radio Studio, Prague, 21 Nov 1938
Broadcast
Provazník Suita z venkova (Country Suite) Op. 53 (published 1936)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Zich Chodska suita Op. 3a (1905) (dance)


Radio Studio, Prague, 27 Nov 1938
FOK small orchestra (and Gavotte caprice by S. Bortkievicz). Broadcast
Dvořák Czech Suite Op.39 (1879) (polka)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Suk Bagatelle from Symphony No. 1 in E Op. 14 (1887-89)



Glazunov Les Vendredis, polka for string orchestra (1899)
(compsed with N. Sokolov and A. Liadov)



Dvořák Waltz No. 1 in A major Op. 54 (1879-80)


Grieg Norwgian Wedding March Op. 72 No. 3 (1902)


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


Radio Srudio, Prague, 29 Nov 1938
Broadcast and on 08 Dec 1938 (and works by Dvorak and Suk)
Glinka Ruslan and Lyudmila Overture (1842)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Weis Six Dances


Schubert 3 Marches militaires D.733


Fibich Jaro (Spring) Op. 13 (1881)


Fibich Valcik (Waltz) in C major Op. 4 (18880-81)


Fibich Z 1001 noci (1001 Nights)


Rossini Semiramide Overture (1825)


Radio Studio, Prague, 01 Dec 1938
Broadcast
Rossini Il Barbiere di Siviglia Overture (1815)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Nedbal Andersen, opera (1914) (excerpts)


Mozart 6 DeutscheTänze K. 600 (1791) (Der Kanarievogel, Schlittenfahrt)


Provazník Suita z venkova (Country Suite) Op. 53 (published 1936) (2 dances)


Tchaďkovsky Swan Lake Op. 20 (excerpts)


Smetana Dve Vdovy (The two Widows) (1873-74) (fantasy, arrangement by A. Provaznik)


Radio Studio, Prague, 06 Dec 1938
Broadcast
Glinka Ruslan and Lyudmila Overture (1842)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Rossini Semiramide Overture (1825)


Radio Studio, Prague, 09 Dec 1938
Broadcast
Mozart Cosi fan tutte Overture K. 588
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Mozart Le Nozze di Figaro K. 492 (aria di Susanna)
Marie Vojtkova, soprano


Lortzing Zar und Zimmermann (1837) (holzchuch-tanz)


Weber Der Freischütz Op. 17 (1821) (lied des Kaspar)
Jaroslav Veverka, bass


Adam Le Postillon de Longjumeau (1836) (chanson)
Jindrich Blazicek, tenor


Smetana Dve Vdovy (The two Widows) (1873-74) (Zakolanska Scene)
Jaroslav Veverka, bass


Gluck Orfeo ed Euridice, opera (1762) (Danse des Esprits bienheureux)


Weber Der Freischütz Op. 17 (1821) (Annchen Romance)
Marie Vojtkova, soprano - Jindrich Blazicek, Pedrillo


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


Radio Studio, Prague, 11 Dec 1938
Broadcast (and Souvenir by F. Drdla)
Offenbach Orphée aux enfers Overture (1858)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Maršík Mazurka (1904)


Massenet Parade militaire (1887)


Tchaďkovsky Eugen Onegin (1879) Op. 24 (Waltz)


Škvor Z detskeho sveta (Children's World), suite (1934)


Radio Studio, Prague, 13 Dec 1938
Broadcast
Smetana Dve Vdovy (The two Widows) (1873-74) (Zakolanska Scene)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Mozart Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail K. 384 (Osmin's Aria)
Jaroslav Veverka, bass


Gluck Orfeo ed Euridice, opera (1762) (Danse des Esprits bienheureux)


Weber Der Freischütz Op. 17 (1821) (Annchen Romance)
Marie Vojtkova, soprano


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


Radio Studio, Prague, 15 Dec 1938
Broadcast
Mozart Cosi fan tutte Overture K. 588
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Mozart Le Nozze di Figaro K. 492 (aria di Susanna)
Marie Vojtkova, soprano


Mozart Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail K. 384 (Pedrillo's Serenade)
Jindrich Blazicek, Pedrillo


Lortzing Zar und Zimmermann (1837) (holzchuch-tanz)


Weber Der Freischütz Op. 17 (1821) (lied des Kaspar)
Jaroslav Veverka, bass


Adam Le Postillon de Longjumeau (1836) (chanson)
Jindrich Blazicek, tenor


Glinka Ruslan and Lyudmila (1842) (Tchermonor's March)


Radio Studio, Prague, 21 Dec 1938
Broadcast
Rousseau Le Devin du village (1752) (Chants et danses)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Bach Concerto for cello and orchestra
Bohus Heran, cello


Haydn Symphony No. 100 in G major (1794)


Radio Studio, Prague, 26 Dec 1938
Broadcast
Mozart Cosi fan tutte Overture K. 588
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Mozart Le Nozze di Figaro K. 492 (aria di Susanna)
Marie Vojtkova, soprano


Lortzing Zar und Zimmermann (1837) (holzchuch-tanz)
Jindrich Blazicek, Pedrillo


Weber Der Freischütz Op. 17 (1821) (lied des Kaspar)
Jaroslav Veverka, bass


Adam Le Postillon de Longjumeau (1836) (chanson)
Jindrich Blazicek, tenor


Radio Studio, Prague, 01 Jan 1939
Broadcast and on 11 Jan 1939
Tchaďkovsky Eugen Onegin (1879) Op. 24 (waltz)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Škvor Z detskeho sveta (Children's World), suite (1934)


Radio Studio, Prague, 04 Jan 1939
Broadcast
Vranický Oberon (1789) (overture)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Vranický Concerto for two violas in C major
Ladislav Kucera - Jaroslav Svoboda, violas


Modr 4 Antique Czech Dances


Axman Moravske tance (1920)


Radio Studio, Prague, 09 Jan 1939 (15.15)
Brtoadcast
Mozart Cosi fan tutte Overture K. 588
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Mozart Le Nozze di Figaro K. 492 (aria di Susanna)
Marie Vojtkova, soprano


Lortzing Zar und Zimmermann (1837) (horschuch-tanz)


Weber Der Freischütz Op. 17 (1821) (lied des Kaspar)
Jaroslav Veverka, bass


Adam Le Postillon de Longjumeau (1836) (chanson)
Jindrich Blazicek, tenor


Glinka Ruslan and Lyudmila (1842) (Tchermonor's March)


Radio Studio, Prague, 09 Jan 1939 (16.10)
Broadcast
Axman Jiri, march
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Axman Hanka, mazurka


Tvrdý Spevy slovenskej dediny (Slovak Village Dances)


Nejedlý Andulka (1892) (overture)


Vendler Suite Op. 28


Řídký Lenka, Milada (2 polkas)


Radio Studio, Prague, 24 Jan 1939
Broadcast and on 05 Feb 1939 (17.55)
Škvor Great Concertante Septet
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Radio Studio, Prague, 26 Jan 1939
Broadcast
Nicolai Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor (1939) (overture)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Rossini Il Barbiere di Siviglia (1815) (aria della calunnia)
Josef Munchinger, bass


Smetana Certova stena (The Devil's Wall) (1892) (Fantasy)


Weber Der Freischütz Op. 17 (1821) (lied des Kaspar)
Josef Munchinger, bass


Meyerbeer Les Huguenots (1836) (ouverture)


Halevy La Juive (1835) (cavatine du Cardinal)
Josef Munchinger, bass


Radio Studio, Prague, 29 Jan 1939
Broadcast
Glazunov Scčnes de ballet Op. 52 (1894)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Dusik Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 12 Op. 70
Vladimir Polivka, piano


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, 05 Feb 1939 (16.05)
Broadcast to South Asia
Mysliveček Concerto for violin and orchestra in F major
(orchestrated by K. Moor)

K.J. Zoubek, violin
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Radio Studio, Prague, 05 Feb 1939
Broadcast (and Intermezzo Pittoresque by J. Kocian)
Smetana Svatebni sceny (Wedding Scenes) (excerpts)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Sarasate Fantasia de Carmen Op. 25 (1883)
Karel Sroubek, violin


Tchaďkovsky The Nutcracker, suite Op. 71a (march)


Wieniawski Scherzo-Tarentelle in G minor Op. 16 (1855)
Karel Sroubek, violin


Nedbal Andersen, opera (1914) (excerpts)


Tchaďkovsky At the Countryside Op. 40 (No. 7)


Tchaďkovsky Waltz-Scherzo for violin and orchestra Op. 34 (1877)
Karel Sroubek, violin


Strauss II Der Fledermaus (1874) (overture)


Radio Studio, Prague, 06 Feb 1939 (12.00)
Broadcast to Far East
Glazunov Scčnes de ballet Op. 52 (1894)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Radio Studio, Prague, 11 Feb 1939
Broadcast
Haydn Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 1 in C major
K.J. Zoubek, violin
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Radio Studio, Prague, 16 Feb 1939
Broadcast to South Asia
Saint-Saens Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 3 Op.61 (1880)
Karel Sroubek, violin
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Radio Studio, Prague, 19 Feb 1939
Broadcast. Helena Trnkova, soprano - Jara Pospusil, tenor
Bizet Carmen, opéra-comique (1875) (ouverture du 3čme acte, air de Micaela et de Don José, marche des toréadors)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Bizet L'Arlésienne, suite d'orchestre No. 1 (1872) (extraits)


Flotow Martha, opera (1847) (overture, Letzte Rose, Lyonel's aria)


Planquette Les Cloches de Corneville, opéra-comique (1877) (ouverture, chanson de Germaine, chanson de Grenicheux)


Millocker Der Bettelstudent (The Beggar Student), operetta (1882) (duo)


Radio Studio, Prague, 24 Feb 1939
FOK small orchestra. Broadcast (and a piano work by Anton Arenski)
Casella Scarlatiana, divertimento su musiche di Domenico Scarlatti (1926)
Vaclav Holzknecht, piano
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Radio Studio, Prague, 07 Mar 1939
Broadcast
Kalivoda Overture No. 1 in D minor Op. 38 (1833)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Benda Scherzi notturni


Jírovec Sinfonia Concertante for oboe and orchestra in F major
Vaclav Smetacek, oboe


Haydn Incidental Music to Voltaire's Zaire (1777) (suite turque)


Radio Studio, Prague, 12 Mar 1939
Broadcast
Bizet Carmen, suite
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Provazník Popular Songs for soprano and orchestra
Marie Tauberova, soprano


Mussorgsky Khovanshchina (1872-80) (Dance of the Persian Slaves)


Fučík Zvuky fanfar (Fanfare Sounds)


Nedbal Princezna Hyacinta, ballet (1911) (Waltz)


Trojan La Lumia, paso doble (1937)


Friml Spanelska vyzvedacka (The Spanish Spy), film music (1937)


Horký Polka concertante in A major


Strauss II Perfectum Mobile, musical joke (1861)


Radio Studio, Prague, 23 Mar 1939
Broadcast. [Invasion of Czechoslovakia by Nazi Germany (15 March 1939)]
Kovařovic Ceska veseloherni predehra (Czech Comedy Overture) (1889)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Foerster Debora, opera Op. 41 (1890-91) (polka)


Smetana Branibori v cechach (The Brandenburgers in Bohemia) (1862-63) (Decana's Aria)
Marie Cyterkova, contralto


Smetana Branibori v cechach (The Brandenburgers in Bohemia) (1862-63) (Tausendmark's Aria)
Borek Rujan, baritone


Blodek V studni (In the Well), comic opera (1867) (intermezzo)


Malát Venkovsky obrazky (Rustic Paintings)


Provazník Chodske pisne (Chodsko's Songs)


Zich Zaladsky, Anna's Ancient Dances (1933)


Prague, 05 Oct 1945
Novák Lady Godiva, overture for orchestra Op.41 (1907)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Novák Melancholicke pisne o lasce Op. 38 (1906)
Stepanka Stepanova, mezzo-soprano


Novák Symphony III


Prague, 19 Oct 1945
Novák Svatebni kosile (Wedding Shirts) Op. 48 (1912-13)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Prague, 30 Oct 1945
Smetana Ma Vlast ( My Country ) (1879)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Prague, 04 Nov 1945
Benda Vyrocni trh, chamber opera
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Prague, 14 Nov 1945
Bartos Concerto
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Prague, 09 Dec 1945
Mysliveček Artaserse (Overture) (1774)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Kalivoda Introduction and Rondo for horn and ortcxhestra Op.51 (1833)


Rosetti Concerto


Kramář Symphony in D major


Prague, 1945
Fibich Impressions from the country, suite for orchestra Op. 54 (1887-88)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Kaprálová Concerto for piano and orchestra in D minor Op. 7 (1934-35)
Berta Rixova-Kabelacova, piano


Smetana Hall, Peague, 1946
Kraft Concerto for cello and orchestra in C major Op. 4
Frantisek Smetana, cello
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Prague, 1946
Karel Capriccio
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Vranický Concerto for violin and orchestra in A major


Smetana Hall, Peague, 24 Feb 1946
Voříšek Symphony in D major Op. 24 (1821)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Smetana Hall, Peague, 27 Nov 1946
Dvořák Czech Suite Op.39 (1879)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Dusik Concerto for two pianos and orchestra Op.63


Prague, Mar 1947
Vranický Concerto for two violas in C major
Vincenc Zahradnic - Vaclav Jenc, violas
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Smetana Hall, Prague, 05 Nov 1947
Couperin Huitičme Concert dans le goűt théatral (1724)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Mozart Sinfonia Concertante for voilin and viola inE flat major K. 364


Veit Symphony in E minor Op. 49 (1860)


Smetana Hall, Prague, 06 Apr 1948
Smetana Ma Vlast ( My Country ) (1879)
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR) - Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Smetana Hall, Prague, 04 Oct 1950
Smetana Ma Vlast ( My Country ) (1879) - Recorded
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR) - Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Dvořák Slavonic Dances Op. 46 (1878)


Prague, 30 Oct 1950
Smetana Ma Vlast ( My Country ) (1879)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 20 May 1954
Prokofiev Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 1 in D flat major Op. 10 (1911)
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
11 0268 (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
Bach Suite No. 2 in B minor BWV 1067
Alexander Korneev, flute
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

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


Tchaďkovsky Concerto for violin and orchestra in D Op. 35
Galina Barinova, violin


Prokofiev Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 1 in D flat major Op. 10 (1911)
Svjatoslav Richter, piano


Smetana Hall, Prague, 29 May 1955
Prague Spring Festival, 12 May-03 Jun 1955
Hanuš Symphony No. 2 in G major Op. 26 (1950-51)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Beethoven Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 3 in C minor Op. 37
Frantisek Maxian, piano


Prokofiev Symphony-Concerto for cello and orchestra in E minor Op. 125 (1950-52)
(dedicated to Mtislav Rostropovich)

Mtislav Rostropovich, cello


Dvorak Hall, Prague, 18 Mar 1958
Brahms Variations on a Theme by Haydn Op. 56a
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Brahms Symphony No. 3 in F major Op. 90


Brahms Concerto for violin , cello and orchestra in A minor Op. 102
Bruno Belcik, violin - Frantisek Smetana, cello


Castle Courtyard, Prague, 22 May 1960
Prague Spring Festival
Smetana Ma Vlast ( My Country ) (1879)
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra - Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Smetana Hall, Prague, 24 and 25 Jan 1961
Martinů Sinfonietta "La Jolia" H.328 (1950)
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Mozart Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 24 in C minor K. 491 (?)
Eva Bernathova, piano


Brahms Symphony No. 2 in D major Op. 73


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