Vtězslav Novk (1870-1949)
    
Boure (The Tempest), after S. Cech Op. 42 (1908)
Prague, 25 Aug 1949
Broadcast

Marie Podvakova, soprano - Marie Tauberova, soprano - Beno Blachut, tenor - Ladislav Mraz, baritone - Vladimir Jedenactik, bass - Jaroslav Veverka, bass
Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 08 Dec 1950 (21.20)- Recorded

Drahomira Tikalova, soprano - Marie Tauberova, soprano - Beno Blachut, tenor - Ladislav Mraz, baritone - Vladimir Jedenactik, bass - Jaroslav Veverka, bass
Prague Radio Chorus - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Concerto for piano and orchestra in E minor Op. 10 (1893)
Reduta, Bratislava, 04 Feb 1955- Not recorded

Frantisek Rauch, piano
Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra

Ctyri ukolebavky (Four Lullabies) Op. 78 (1947)
Czechoslovak Radio Studio, Prague, 06 Dec 1950 (No. 1 and 3)

Marie Tauberova, soprano
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Panton
11 0619/21 (3 LPs)

Private CD
03 (CD)

In the Tatras Op. 26 (1901-07)
Roma Theatre, Warszawa, 03 Mar 1949
Polish tour, 22 Feb-03 Mar 1949, with Alois Klima, conductor, Bohus Heran, cello, and Vera Repkova, piano. Against Ancerl's will, the Ministry of the Interior ordered the orchestra to go to Poland without four "undesirable" members (no visa). 8 concerts in Katowice (Alois Klima), Krakow, Poznan (Alois Klima), Warszawa, Lodz


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 08 Dec 1950
Concert for the composer's 80th birthday anniversary


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dominova Studio, Prague, 12 Dec 1950
First recording with the CPO


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Supraphon
1810/11 (78)

Supraphon
MIKRO 9 (10")

Supraphon
DM 5009 (10")

Supraphon
DV 5194 (LP)

Supraphon
DV 5194 (LP)

Supraphon
LPM 13 (10")

Supraphon
LPV 211 (LP)

Supraphon
SUA 10254 (LP)

Supraphon
FO 149/131 (45)

Supraphon Gold Edition
SU 3688-2 (CD)

EMI Classics
7243 5 75091 (2 CDs)

bearac reissues
BRC-2038 (CD)

Venias
VN013 (CD) (33 CD set)

Naxos
9.80935 (MP3)

Conservatoire Hall, Moscow, 27 Feb 1957


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Philhamonic Hall, Leningrad, 05 Mar 1957


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Philharmonic Hall, Kiev, 13 Mar 1957


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Jan Zizka, stage music for F. Rachlik's drama Op. 79 (1948)
Prague, 11 Oct 1949
In commemoration of Jan Zizka's death (11 Oct 1424). Broadcast (1st part)


Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Children's Chorus / Bohimil Kulinsky - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 24 Oct 1949
Broadcast (finale) and on 09 Jul (22.20), 26 Aug and 29 Oct 1950 (21.30)


Prague Radio Chorus / Jiri Pinkas - Prague Radio Children's Chorus / Bohimil Kulinsky - Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Majova symfonie (May symphony) Op. 73 (1943)
Prague, 31 Aug 1950
Broadcast


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Marysa Overture Op. 18 (1898)
Prague, 24 Jan 1933


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Melancholicke pisne o lasce Op. 38 (1906)
Stadion, Brno, 18 Jan 1951

Lida Cervinkova, soprano
Brno Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOBR)

Nescasna vojna, from Moravian folk ballads Op. 23 (1900)
Dvorak Hall, Prague, 08 Dec 1950
Concert for the composer's 80th birthday anniversary

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

Pan Op. 43 (1910)
Dvorak Hall, Prague, 15 Oct 1964


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 16 Oct 1964- Recorded


Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Podzimni symfonie (Autumn symphony) Op. 62 (1934)
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)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Smetana Hall, Prague, 26 May 1948- Recorded
Prague Spring Festival. Directly broadcast and on 19 Mar 1949


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

Dvorak Hall, Prague, 09 Jan 1953


Czech Singers' Chorus / Jan Khn - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Smetana Hall, Prague, 18 and 19 Feb 1960- Recorded


Czech Singers' Chorus / Josef Veselka - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Scenicka Hudba ke hre F. Rachlika "Zlzka" Op. 79 (1948)
Prague, 05 Oct 1949


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Serenade in D major Op. 36, No. 84 (1906)
Prague, 21 May 1949
Broadcast and on 01 Jun 1950, 14 Jul, 04 Oct (23.00), 21 Oct (22.00) and 28 Nov 1950 (23.00)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Serenade in F major Op. 9 (1895)
Prague, 06 Mar 1949
Week of Polish-Czechoslovakian Friendship (07-14 Mar 1949). Broadcast to Poland and on 03 Apr, 28 Aug (Novak) and 22 Sep 1949 (Novak)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Prague, 18 Dec 1950


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Slovacka suita Op. 32 (1903)
Radio Studio, Prague, 09 Aug 1935
Directly broadcast to Austria by RAVAG (Wien)


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Berlin, 12 and 13 Jan 1952


Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra (RSB)

Svatebni kosile (Wedding Shirts) Op. 48 (1912-13)
Dvorak Hall, Prague, 23 Mar 1964

Nadezda Kniplova, soprano - Antonin Svorc, bass-baritone
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR) - Prague Radio Chorus

Two Legends on Moravian song poetry Op. 76 (1944)
Prague, 05 Oct 1949


Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR)

Udoli Noveho kralovstvi (New Kingdom Country) Op. 31 (1903)
Dvorak Hall, Prague, 08 Dec 1950
Concert for the composer's 80th birthday anniversary

Vera Krilova, alto
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Zakleta dcera (Conjured Dream), ballad Op. 19 (1898)
Dvorak Hall, Prague, 08 Dec 1950
Concert for the composer's 80th birthday anniversary

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

Zbojnicka (Bandit) Op. 54 No. 5
Dvorak Hall, Prague, 08 Dec 1950
Concert for the composer's 80th birthday anniversary

Vera Krilova, alto
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Karel Ancerl Discography