Novak - Piano Concerto, Toman and the Wood Nymph

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Novak - Piano Concerto, Toman and the Wood Nymph

Jakub Hrusa, Jan Bartos (piano), Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra

£11.66

Think of Czech composers and the names Dvořák and Smetana inevitably come to mind. In the twentieth century, Janáček, Suk and Martinů each made their mark on the international repertoire to various extents and are now well-represented in the concert hall, opera house and record catalogues. But the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries also saw a number of supporting characters who made distinctive contributions to the period but who nowadays barely get a mention: Zdeněk Fibich, J.B. Foerster and Otakar Ostrčil were all seen as possible ... read more

Think of Czech composers and the names Dvořák and Smetana inevitably come to mind. In the twentieth century, Janáček, Suk and Martinů each made their mark on the international repertoire to various extents and are now well-represented ... read more

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