Notes & Reviews:
The Guardian, 12th April 2012
This is a deeply felt, beautifully played interpretation that ranks among the most moving on disc. Complete performances were still rare outside Czechoslovakia, and you're very aware of the audience responding with ever-increasing enthusiasm to music with which many would have been unfamiliar at the time.
Recording information: Great Hall of Vienna's Musikverein Wien (01/15/1982).
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Works DetailsSmetana, Bedrich : Má Vlast (My Fatherland), symphonic poems (6), JB 1 :: 112
- Conductor: Lovro Matacic
- Running Time: 86 min. 18 sec.
- Period Time: Post Romantic
- Form: Orchestral
- Written: circa 1872-1879
- Studio/Live: Live