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Recorded live at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, New York City, February 16, 2010. First Prize winners of the 7th Osaka International Chamber Music Competition...
Leos Janacek - Leoš Janáček - Glagolitic Mass - 1. Úvod [Introduction]
The BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus The BBC Singers Sir Andrew Davis Christine Brewer (soprano) Louise Winter (mezzo soprano) David Kuebler (tenor) Nikolai...
Leos Janacek - Leoš Janáček - Glagolitic Mass - 7. (Postludium) and 8. Intrada [Exodus]
7. Varhany sólo (Postludium) [Organ solo] 8. Intrada [Exodus] The BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus The BBC Singers Sir Andrew Davis Christine Brewer (so...
Leos Janacek - Netherlands Dans Theatre-Sinfonietta Part 1
Part 1. 1980 Television production of Jiri Kylian's choreographic joyous ode to his compatriot Leos Janacek's Sinfonietta.
Leos Janacek - Leoš Janáček - Piano Sonata 1. X. 1905 "From the Street" (1 of 2)
Janácek intended this composition as a tribute to a worker (named František Pavlík), who, on the date indicated by the title, had been bayoneted during demon...
Joseph Standing
Here is William Joseph performing Standing the Storm from a concert on May 8th, 2010.
Thomas Cooper Gotch
Music: Chanson Balladée - Guillaume de Machaut.
Leos Janacek - Jenufa (opera)
München. Rafael Kubelik conductor. 1970.
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