Anatolij Katc - Laureates Of The International Competition (Prague Spring 1963) album download
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|Sonata In A Minor, Op. 143
Composed By – Franz Schubert
|A1||1. Allegro Giusto|
|A3||3. Allegro Vivace|
|B1||Polka In A Minor - Polka In F Major (From The "Czech Dances")
Composed By – Bedřich Smetana
|B2||Goblins Dance And Batcchanal (From "The Poetic Tone Pictures", Op. 85)
Composed By – Antonín Dvořák
|B3||Etude In F Major Op.10, No. 8
Composed By – Frédéric Chopin
|B4||Etude No. 11 "Arpèges Composés"
Composed By – Claude Debussy
- Exported By – Artia
- Copyright (c) – Artia
- Cover – J. Kalousek*, O. Klapper
- Liner Notes – Artia
- Photography By – K. Neubert*, M. Khol, V. Richter*, Rosegnal*
- Piano – Anatolij Katc
NotesText © 1963
Liner notes in English, Russian, German and French.
MADE IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA
Category on label: SUA ST 50526
Category on front: SUA 10526 with additional stereo sticker (sometimes dropped off).
Category on back: SUA 10526 Mono and SUA ST 50526 Stereo
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): E 293
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): E 294
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): E 293/S A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): E 294/B A
- Other (Sound recording copyright year code): X.
- Price Code: F
Prague Spring International Music Competition. Competition 2019 laureates in the flute category. Flute finals on YouTube. Check us on social networks.
Anatolij Katc – Laureates Of The International Competition (Prague Spring 1963). Label: Supraphon – SUA ST 50526, Supraphon – SUA 10526.
The idea of organizing the first international music competition in the Czech Republic emerged in 1946. It was proposed by the conductor Rafael Kubelík and members of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra as a part of the Prague Spring International Music Festival. The first competition took place in May, 1947. In 1957, the Prague Spring International Music Competition became one of the founding members of the World Federation of International Music Competitions.
International Classical Music Festival in Prague. Get exclusive tickets and become a supporter of Prague Spring . Thank you to everyone that contributed in making it happen! See you at the Rudolf Firkušný Piano Festival in November 2019. Jessica Cottis Standing in for the Conductor Alondra de la Parra.
Prague Spring International Piano Competition. The Prague Spring International Piano Competition is a music competition for young pianists that takes place in Prague, Czech Republic. The competition is a member of the World Federation of International Music Competitions in Geneva.
The Prague Spring (Czech: Pražské jaro, Slovak: Pražská jar) was a period of political liberalization and mass protest in Czechoslovakia as a Communist state after World War II. It began on 5 January 1968, when reformist Alexander Dubček was elected First Secretary of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSČ), and continued until 21 August 1968, when the Soviet Union and other members of the Warsaw Pact invaded the country to suppress the reforms.
30 years and is held between November 1 – 3, 2019 in Prague, Czech republic. Among financial prizes, laureates will receive a fine bow from Luboš Odlas, viola cases by GEWA, Finetune Pegs by Wittner, strings by Pirastro, paid concerts and other special prizes. Application deadline in September 30th. More info on ww. iolacompetition. Closing date: 01 Oct 2019.
CCMS Concert by the laureates of the 2014 Prague Spring International Competition. Subscription series DK. The Lichtenstein Palace - Martinu Hall. The Lichtenstein Palace. Sat 21 Feb 2015, 1. 0am. Tickets and contact information. Customer Service of Czech Philharmonic. Te. +420 227 059 227.
The finals of the Competition are held as part of the Prague Spring International Music Festival and the winners among other prizes have the opportunity to perform at the festival in the following year. The 2019 Competition is dedicated to Flute and Oboe. The application deadline is December 1, 2018. Next competitions: 2020 – clarinet & bassoon, 2021 – piano & trumpet. Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (HAMU).