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Performer: Leoš Janáček
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Leoš Janáček (3 July 1854 in Hukvaldy – 12 August 1928 in Ostrava) was a Czech composer. He was inspired by the broader field of Slavic folk music, weaving it into some of his greatest compositons: his Sinfonietta, Glagolitic Mass, Taras Bulba, string quartets and operas. Janáček is generally recognised as an inimitable composer, and one of his country's foremost talents. Janáček, the son of a schoolmaster, sang as a boy in the choir of the monastery in Brno.

Leoš Janáček ‎(LP, Album, Red). Janáček, Janáček Quartet. Janáček, Janáček Quartet - String Quartets Nos. 1 And 2 ‎(LP, Album, Mono).

Album · 1996 · 13 Songs. By Leoš Janáček - Bela Nagy, Csaba Babacsi, Geza Banhegyi, Istvan Hartenstein, Karoly Ambrus, Thomas Hlawatsch & Vilmos Olah. 13. Concerto for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, Clarinet and Horn, IV. Allegro.

2. Act 1. Introduction. 3. "Today they'll bring a gentleman!" Leos Janáček. feat: Karel Berman, Chorus, Jaroslav Striska. 4. "What's your name?" Leos Janáček. 5. "Wretched creature! It resists!" Leos Janáček. feat: Karel Berman, Beno Blachut, Chorus. "Never again will my eyes behold my birthplace". 7. "I, a maiden, went to a fête". 8. "Alieia, get me a thread!" Leos Janáček. 9. "Alieia! Thread". feat: Beno Blachut, Chorus. 10. Act 2. - Introduction.

Free download and listen Leoš Janáček: Complete Piano Works. Tracks count: 0. Views: 6. Related. Janáček's Piano - Jan Jiraský, Леош Яначек.

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String Quartets N. & No. 2 (Medici String Quartet). Sinfonietta, Taras Bulba. Leoš Janáček; Wiener Philharmoniker, Sir Charles Mackerras. Leoš Janáček; Sir Charles Mackerras, Wiener Philharmoniker. Béla Bartók: Divertimento · Romanian Folk Dances, Leoš Janáček: Mládí. Bartók, Janáček; Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.