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Una de las mejores versiones de Rafael Kubelik de las diferentes ocasiones en las que interpretó este poema sinfónico de Beldrich Smetana.

Rafael Kubelik, director

Orquesta Filarmónica de Viena.

Grabación de abril de 1958 en la Sofiensaal de Viena

Francisco Camino dice en su guía: Kubelik ha dejado varias grabaciones del himno oficioso de su patria Pero elige la versión de 1990 con la Orquesta Filarmónica Checa. Recomendando esta grabación de Decca en el apartado de Otras Grabaciones, también recomienda en ese apartado su versión de 1970 con la Orquesta Sinfónica de Boston para DGG, esta es la que prefieren los ingleses en la Penguin Guide.

Reedición en 180 gr de Speakers Corner

Smetana’s symphonic poem “Má Vlast“ consists of several individual compositions which the composer put together at a later date to form a cycle and is one of the greatest testimonies to Czech national music. The Bohemian countryside and sagas are reflected in the tone poem From “Bohemia’s Woods and Fields“, while the programmatic “Moldau“ occupies a rightful place among the most outstanding works to have been written in the late 19th century. Thanks to its popular folk melodies, its clearly structured and recognizable “programme“, and brilliant orchestration, the work has never failed to arouse the enthusiasm of a wide public.
Rafael Kubelik conducted numerous first-class orchestras both in the concert hall and in the recording studio, and won a deserved reputation as the Smetana connoisseur. He is to be congratulated on his choice of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra for this recording: gentle and transparent in the gossamer-light orchestral passages, powerful and smooth when playing as a full tutti. This thoroughly satisfying performance is further enhanced by its excellent recording technique and is to be recommended to all collectors.

DirectorRafael Kubelik
OrquestaVienna Philharmonic