Josef Suk (1874-1935)
    
Asrael, symphony Op. 27 (1905-06)
Radio Studio, Prague, 10 Jun 1937
Directly broadcast


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


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

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


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Bratislava, 23 Mar 1949


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Radio Studio, Bratislava, 19 May 1949 (21.45)
Broadcast


Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOSR)

Prague, 04 Sep 1950
Broadcast and on 14 Dec 1950 (23.00)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Smetana Hall, Prague, 10 Jun 1952
Prague Spring Festival


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Reduta, Bratislava, 21 and 22 Mar 1963- Not recorded


Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra

Philharmonie, Berlin, 04 and 05 Jan 1964


Berliner Philharmoniker

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 06 and 07 Apr 1967- Recorded


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Reduta, Bratislava, 25 and 26 Apr 1967


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Baden-Baden, 19 May 1967- Recorded


Baden-Baden Radio Symphony Orchestra (SWF)

Fairfield Hall, Croydon, 17 May 1969


Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Royal Festival Hall, London, 18 May 1969


Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Smetana Hall, Prague, 24 May 1969
Prague Spring Festival, 12 May-04 Jun 1969. Last participation of Karel Ancerl at the PSF


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Severance Hall, Cleveland, 01 Oct 1971


Cleveland Orchestra

Severance Hall, Cleveland, 02 Oct 1971- Live


Cleveland Orchestra

Disco Archivia
729 (3 CDs)

Private CD
10 (CD)

Bagatelle
from Symphony No. 1in E Op. 14 (1887-89)
Radio Studio, Prague, 27 Nov 1938
FOK small orchestra (and Gavotte caprice by S. Bortkievicz). Broadcast


Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK)

Epilogue for chorus and orchestra Op. 37 (1920-29, 1930-33)
Prague, 11 May 1949
Broadcast and on 06 Jul 1949, 31 May, 01 Jun and 18 Oct 1950 (23.00)

Marie Tauberova, soprano - Teodor Srubar, baritone - Ladislav Mraz, bass
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Fantasy for violin and orchestra in G minor Op. 24 ( 1903 )
Prague, 14 May 1949
Broadcast and on 29 May, 31 Ju1, 11 Aug 1949, 16 Jul, 03 and 27 Dec 1950 (23.00)

Alexander Plocek, violin
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Zala Bulgaria, Sofia, 28 Feb 1950

Tibor Gasparek, violin
Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 25-26 May 1953

Alexander Plocek, violin
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Supraphon
DV 5183 (LP)

Supraphon
LPV 232 (LP)

Rushcutter Bay Stadium, Sydney, 13 Oct 1959

Josef Suk, violin
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Festival Hall, Brisbane, 14 Oct 1959

Josef Suk, violin
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Hibiya Public Hall, Tokyo, 21 Oct 1959

Josef Suk, violin
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 23 Apr 1961

Bruno Belcik, violin
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Konsertpaleet, Bergen, 02 Jun 1962

Josef Suk, violin
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 04 and 06 Jan 1965

Josef Suk, violin
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Supraphon
DV 6163 (LP)

Supraphon
DV 6240 (LP)

Supraphon
SV 8280 (LP)

Supraphon
SV 8346 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 50777 (LP)

Supraphon
Crystal 11 0601-2 or 675 017 (CD)

Supraphon
SU 1928-2 (CD)

Supraphon Gold Edition
SU 3668-2 (CD)

Supraphon [JP]
DC 8033 (CD)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 21 and 22 Sep 1967

Vaclav Snitil, violin
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Massey Hall, Toronto, 05 and 06 May 1970

Josef Suk, violin
Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Legenda o mrtvych vitezich (Legend of Dead Victors) Op. 35b (1919-20)
Prague, 09 Jun 1949
Broadcast


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 01 Nov 1949
Broadcast to Paris andf Brussels


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

Prague, 09 May 1950
Liberation Day concert. Directly broadcast and on 16 Oct 1950 (23.00)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Meditation on the old Bohemian Chotal "Saint Wenceslas" Op. 35a (1914)
Terezin, Jun-Sep 1944
Second program, including the CICR (Comité international de la Croix-Rouge) visit on 23 Jun 1944


Terezin Orchestra

Terezin, 01 and 13 Sep 1944


Terezin Orchestra

Terezin, 30 Sep 1944
Last concert before transportatrion to Auschwitz (transport Er, 16 Oct 1944)


Terezin Orchestra

Smetana Hall, Prague, 06 and 07 Jan 1955


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Town Hall, Sydney, 05 Sep 1961
Youth concert


Sydney Symphony Orchestra

Town Hall, Auckland, 23 Sep 1961


National Orchestra of the New Zealand Broadcasting Service

Frankfurt, 06 Mar 1964


HR Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra

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

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 16 and 17 Dec 1965


Czech Philharmonic 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

Teatro Vittorio Emanuele, Torino, 14 Feb 1969- Recorded
Broadcast


Orchestra della RAI di Torino

Massey Hall, Toronto, 05 and 06 May 1970


Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Raduz a Mahulena, a fairy Tale Op. 16 (1897-98, 1912)
Dvorak Hall, Prague, 08 Jan 1961


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 23 Mar 1961
Funeral ceremony for Vaclav Talich (Funeral march)


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 04 Dec 1965


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Serenade for string orchestra in E flat major Op. 6 (1892)
National House of Vinohrady, Prague, 21 Jan 1935
Directly broadcast (1. Andante con moto, instrumentation by Alois Provaznik)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Budapest, 1st half of Jan 1950


Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra

Krematorium, Prague, 23 Sep 1952
Funeral ceremony for Gramofony general manager Josef Has


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Spanish Hall, Prague, 18 Mar 1953
Funeral ceremony for President Gottwald dead on 14 March, after Stalin on 05 (excerpts)


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 20 Feb 1956- Recorded
Commemoration of Otakar Sourek's death (1. Andanre con moto)


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Zrani (Rippening) Op. 34 ( 1917 )
Prague, 26 Aug 1948
Broadcast and on 15 Sep, 23 Oct 1948, 20 Jan, 19 May, 30 Jun and 18 Aug 1949


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

Prague, 27 Jul 1950
Broadcast and on 16 Nov 1950 (23.00)


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

Smetana Hall, Prague, 06 and 07 Jan 1955


Czech Philharmonic Chorus - Female voices - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 17 Oct 1963


Czech Philharmonic Chorus - Female voices - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 18 Oct 1963- Live


Czech Philharmonic Chorus - Female voices - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Multisonic
31 0150-2 (CD)

Smetana Hall, Prague, 24 May 1968- Live
Prague Spring Festival


Czech Philharmonic Chorus - Female voices - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Panton
81 1102-2 (CD)

Karel Ancerl Discography