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Miloslav Kabelác (1908-1979) was a prominent Czech composer and conductor whose work was often compared with Antonín Dvorák's and Bohuslav Martinu's. The Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, formed in 1945, brings new life to Kabelác's symphonies. Symphony No. 8 was written as a reflection of Kabelác's emotions during the invasion of Warsaw in 1968.
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Vianna da Motta (1868-1948): Symphony 'To the Fatherland'; Dona Ines de Castro, overture / St. Petersbur PO, Mario Mateus
Franz Schmidt: (1874-1939) Variations on a Hussar's Song; Fantasia for Piano and Orchestra; Chaconne for orchestra / Jasminca Stancul, piano; Rheinland-Pfalz Deutsche State PO, Rumpf
Purcell: Opera Suites from The Fairy Queen; Dioclesian; King Arthur; The Indian Queen / Sir Neville Marriner, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
Giuseppe Antonio Brescianello (1690-1758): Concerti; Sinfonie; Ouverture / David Plantier, La Cetra Barockorchester Basel
Michael Haydn (1737-1806): Symphonies, Vol. 2 - Sinfonias in D, B flat; E flat & F / Filip Dvorak, harpsichord; Czech Chamber PO Pardubice, Patrick Gallois
Vaughan Williams: Film Classics - Coastal Command; 49th Parallel Prelude; The Story of a Flemish Farm; Three Portraits from England of Elizabeth / Andrew Penny, RTÉ Concert Orchestra
Eugene Zador (1894-1977): Biblical Triptych; Christmas Overture; Rhapsody for Large Orchestra; Fugue Fantasia / Budapest SO, MAV, Mariusz Smolij
Johann Simon Mayr (1763-1845): Overtures / Franz Hauk, conductor; Bavariand Classical Players; Concerto de Bassus; I Virtuosi Italiani
French Baroque Favorites. "Le Parnasse Français" Works by Charpentier, Clerambault, Couperin, Gilles / Renhard Goebel, Musica Antiqua Köln [10 CDs]