Eugen Suchoň, Radio Bratislava Symphony Orchestra, Ondrej Lenárd – Balladic Suite, Metamorphoses. Composed By – Eugen Suchoň. Conductor – Ondrej Lenárd. Cover – Martin Benka. Engineer – Hubert Geschwandtner, Radka Halamíková. Orchestra – Radio Bratislava Symphony Orchestra. Photography By – Ĺudmila Mišurová. Recording Supervisor – Leoš Komárek.
Suchon: Balladic Suite/Metamorphoses. Cover Art. Bratislava Radio Symphony Orchestra. Hubert Geschwandtner.
Bratislava Symphony Choir, Bratislava Symphony Orchestra, Ondrej Lenard La sonnambula " Introduction Chorus", IVB 14. (play). Ondrej Lenard & Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra Камиль Сен-Санс - Карнавал животных. Radio Bratislava Symphony Orchestra, Ondrej Lenard, Magdaléna Blahušiaková Cavalleria Rusticana, Act II, Scene 2: "Voi lo sapete, o mamma" (Santuzza).
Get the Tempo of the tracks from La Bohème (Bratislava Radio Symphony Orchestra, Feat. Conductor: Ondrej Lenárd) (1998) by Giacomo Puccini. This album has an average beat per minute of 107 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/178 BPM). See the BPM profile of this album. Tracklist - La Bohème (Bratislava Radio Symphony Orchestra, feat. conductor: Ondrej Lenárd).
Suchon: Baladická suita (Balladic Suite), Op. 9. 21:43. Although his music is rarely performed nowadays, Eugen Suchoň was the most influential and respected Slovak composer of the twentieth century. Three of his greatest symphonic works are performed here by the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra and its artistic director, Neeme Järvi. The works were composed during the years which Suchoň spent in Bratislava, where he turned his interest to the origins of Slovak folk music and to extended tonality.
Eugen Suchoň memorial in Piešťany. Eugen Suchoň (September 25, 1908 – August 5, 1993) was one of the most important Slovak composers of the 20th century. Works from this period include the Fantasies for Violin and Orchestra, Metamorphoses for piano, and the Symphonic Suite for grand orchestra. Suchoň became heavily involved in the practical and theoretical aspects of music education. Of particular significance was his second opera Kraľ Svätopluk ("King Svätopluk"), completed in 1959. Balladic Suite (1935). Academic Fanfare of Comenius University (1937).
Baladická suita (Balladic Suite), Op. 6. I. Allegro moderato ma energico Eugen Suchoň; Estonian National Symphony Orchestra; Neeme Järvi. 7. II. Adagio Eugen Suchoň; Estonian National Symphony Orchestra; Neeme Järvi. 8. III. Allegro molto Eugen Suchoň; Estonian National Symphony Orchestra; Neeme Järvi. The Grammy-winning Estonian National Symphony Orchestra and its artistic director Neeme Järvi perform three of Eugen Suchoň's greatest symphonic works, composed during the years he spent teaching in Bratislava, both before and after World War II. Suchoň was the most influential and respected Slovak composer of the 20th century, with an interest in the origins of Slovak folk music and extended tonality that can be heard on the works contained on this recording.
Eugen Suchon Composer. Estonian National Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Järvi Conductor. Eugen Suchon Composer. Pictures from Slovakia, Symfonietta rustica. Eugen Suchoň’s early Balladic Suite (1935) here receives its third recording that I can trace, curiously as it is the weakest of the three scores gathered so attractively here. Powerfully atmospheric and moving though it is – and excellently composed’, according to Deryck Cooke’s assessment of it back in 1961 (with which I concur), Suchoň still lay in Novák’s shadow, and his best works were yet to come. The two couplings are two of ‘his best’, dating from the 1950s and revealing him in full maturity, not least in his enchanting command of orchestration.
|Balladic Suite For Large Orchestra, Op. 9|
|Allegro Moderato Ma Energico (Attacca) / Adagio||11:56|
|Largo, Con Malinconia||4:41|
|Metamorphosis. Variations On The Own Themes In Form Of Symphonic Suite For Large Orchestra|
|Andante Con Moto (Attacca) / L’istesso Tempo (Attacca) / Allegro Moderato||12:11|
|9310 1949||Eugen Suchoň, Radio Bratislava Symphony Orchestra*, Ondrej Lenárd||Eugen Suchoň, Radio Bratislava Symphony Orchestra*, Ondrej Lenárd - Balladic Suite / Metamorphoses (LP, Album)||Opus||9310 1949||Czechoslovakia||1988|
|9350 1949||Eugen Suchoň||Balladic Suite / Metamorphoses (CD, Album, RE)||Opus||9350 1949||Slovakia||1998|