- Performer:Bohuslav Matousek
- Title:Dvorák: Music for violin & piano 2
- Style:Chamber Music
- Size FLAC version1838 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1190 megabytes
- Size WMA version1208 megabytes
- Formats:VQF ADX XM APE VOC ADX
Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group - X5 Music Group Romantic Pieces for Violin and Piano, Op. 75: II. Allegro maestoso · Bohuslav Matousek & Petr Adam. Allegro maestoso · Bohuslav Matousek & Petr Adamec. The 99 Most Essential Dvorák Masterpieces. 2010 Warner Music Group - X5 Music Group. Released on: 2010-09-20. Soloist: Bohuslav Matousek Soloist: Petr Adamec Composer: Antonín Dvořák. Auto-generated by YouTube.
75: IV. Larghetto · Bohuslav Matousek & Petr Adamec. Has been played on. Canada 28. Calm Radio Dvorak.
Artist: Антонин Дворжак, Bohuslav Matousek, Bohuslav Matousek and Petr Adamec. Album: The 50 Most Essential Dvořák Masterpieces. Kubelik Trio, Антонин Дворжак - Piano Trio N. in E Minor, O. 0 Dovorak:Piano Trio ''Dumky'' - Smetana:Piano Trio O. 5, 2002 05:11. 5, 2002 04:10. Artist: Антонин Дворжак Bohuslav Matousek Bohuslav Matousek and Petr Adamec.
violin: Bohuslav Matoušek. Bohuslav Matoušek, Petr Adamec. Martinů: Works for Violin and Piano (Complete). Genre: Chamber Music. Format: 4 CD. This album has received following awards: Harmonie Award (1999). The Record Of The Year, Classics Today (2000). The project was undertaken by supremely qualified artists: Bohuslav Matoušek, soloist and former 1st Violin of the Stamic Quartet has devoted himself to Martinů with boundless dedication and insight, frequently performing these works with pianist Petr Adamec both in the Czech Republic and abroad. Thus just as the 33-year-old Martinů once set out into the wide world with his violin tucked underhis arm, so these artists bring his music to the world time and time again. CD 1. Bohuslav Martinů. 1. Elegy for Violin and Piano, .
Martinů's music for violin and piano stretches from the Elegy of 1909 to the Czech Rhapsody of 1945. Amongst his first compositions is the 1909 Elegy with its sub-title of 'Evil Returns'. The angry, Hispanic pomp and sturdy pride of the violin touched also with the smoky romance of the Ziegeunerweisen is also surprising. None of this sounds anything like the Martinů we know. It is a most startling piece and was not at all the salon nonentity.
Bohuslav Matoušek (born in Havlíčkův Brod, 26 September 1949) is a Czech violinist and violist. At present he is a lecturer at the Academy of Music in Prague and JAMU. He studied in the classes of Jaroslav Pekelský and Václav Snítil at Prague's Academy of Music. Bohuslav Matoušek (born in Havlíčkův Brod, 26 September 1949) is a Czech violinist and violist. He has cooperated with Kurt Masur, Zubin Mehta, Leonard Bernstein, Jaroslav Tůma, Czech Philharmonic, Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic Orchestra, Barocco sempre giovane etc. In 1985 he co-founded and performed as the primarius of the Stamic Quartet.
Bohuslav Matousek (violin); Collegium Jaroslav Tuma Sonata in D major, KV 245. (play). Bohuslav Matousek (violin), Jaroslav Tuma (organ) Church Sonata N. 5 in C major, KV 328: Allegro. in B major, KV 68: Allegro. in E-flat major, KV 67: Andantino. in F major, KV 145: Allegro.
CreditsPetr Adamec - Piano
Boris Kobrle - Producer
Bohuslav Matousek - Primary Artist, Violin
Tomás Zikmund - Engineer
|Sonatina for violin & piano in G major ("Indian Lament"), B. 183 (Op. 100)|
|1||Allegro risoluto||Bohuslav Matousek||5:56|
|5||Ballad for violin & piano in D minor, B. 139 (Op. 15/1)||Bohuslav Matousek||6:10|
|Romantic Pieces (4) for violin & piano, B. 150 (Op. 75) (rev. of Miniatures, B. 149)|
|6||Allegro moderato||Bohuslav Matousek||3:28|
|7||Allegro maestoso||Bohuslav Matousek||2:45|
|8||Allegro appassionato||Bohuslav Matousek||2:30|
|10||Mazurek for violin & orchestra in E minor, B. 90 (Op.49)||Bohuslav Matousek||6:04|