Composed By – Alexander Moyzes. Conductor – Ladislav Slovák. Engineer – Hubert Geschwandtner. Liner Notes – Ivan Marton. Orchestra – Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra. Producer – Emil Nižňanský (tracks: 5 to 9), Ivan Burlas (tracks: 1 to 4). Notes. Recorded from 2nd – 5th January 1995 (Tracks 1 to 4) and 28th November – 1st December 1994 (Tracks 5 to 9) at the Concert Hall of the Slovak Radio, Bratislava. Rights Society: GEMA. Label Code: LC 09158.
Allegro ma non troppo, scherzando. Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Ladislav Slovak. 4. Allegro fresco e vivace. Symphony No. 6 in E major, Op. 44. 5. Andante tenuto e molto espressivo.
Symphony No. 5 in F Major, Op. 39: II. Adagio molto poco tenuto 03. 39: III. Allegro ma non troppo, scherzando 04. 39: I. Alexander Moyzes was one of the most significant figures in modern Slovak music, synthesizing the national musical style inherited from his teacher Vitezslav Novak with wider European contemporary trends. Both of these symphonies were written in a happy period of the composer’s life- before his musical oeuvre was overshadowed by conflict. The eloquent and sprightly Fifth Symphony is a celebration of ‘the heritage of my dear father,’ who was also a talented musician and an important figure in Alexander’s development as a composer.
Volume 3 of the Naxos reissues of the Marco Polo recordings of the 12 Moyzes Symphonies presents the eloquent and sprightly Fifth Symphony, a celebration of 'the heritage of my dear father’, and the Sixth Symphony which is notable for its clarity and symmetry, from the simple theme of its opening to the brilliant contrapuntal fugato in its closing movement. The First and Second symphonies can be heard on Naxos 8573650 and the Third and Fourth on 8573651
Album · 2018 · 9 Songs. 39. 32:06. 1. I. Allegro animato.
MOYZES: Symphonies Nos. 7 and 8 by Ladislav Slovak. This product is manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. com's standard return policy will apply. Before the late Ladislav Slovak began his traversal of the 12 symphonies of his compatriot Alexander Moyzes (1906-84), Moyzes was generally perceived as a composer of lighter music. 1-6, and even then, as in the nervous capering of the skittish second movement, the suspicion lingers that here it is just a mask more forced rejoicing. Ladislav Slovak, who died in 1999, does Moyzes as proud in these two releases as in the previous recordings in the cycle: reliable playing; good sound.
Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra Bratislava Orchestra, Ladislav Slovak Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 9 Length: 1:02:06. Alexander Moyzes: Symphonies No. and 8. Ladislav Slovak. Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra Bratislava. Shostakovich: Symphonies No. and 9. Moyzes: Syphonies No. 1 and 12.
The First and Second symphonies can be heard on Naxos 8573650 and the Third and Fourth on 8573651. Volume 3 of the Naxos reissues of the Marco Polo recordings of the 12 Moyzes Symphonies presents the eloquent and sprightly Fifth Symphony, a celebration of 'the heritage of my dear father’, and the Sixth Symphony which is notable for its clarity and symmetry, from the simple theme of its opening to the brilliant contrapuntal fugato in its closing movement. The First and Second symphonies can be heard on Naxos 8573650 and the Third and Fourth on 8573651. Tracklist: 01.
The Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra (Slovak: Symfonický orchester Slovenského rozhlasu), previously known as Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra and CSR Symphony Orchestra, is a symphony orchestra based in Bratislava, Slovakia. Founded in 1929 to serve Slovak Radio, the orchestra became particularly associated with the music of Slovak composers, notably Alexander Moyzes, Eugen Suchoň and Ján Cikker.
|Symphony No. 5 In F Major, Op. 39||(32:03)|
|2||Adagio Molto Poco Tenuto||12:03|
|3||Allegro Ma Non Troppo, Scherzando||5:17|
|4||Allegro Fresco E Vivace||6:41|
|Symphony No. 6 In E Major, Op. 44||(30:03)|
|5||Andante Tenuto E Molto Espressivo||1:46|
|7||Largo. Molto Espressivo E Rubato||10:05|
|9||Allegretto Giusto E Vigoroso||9:25|