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Zdeněk Fibich: Symphonic Poems - Othello - Záboj, Slavoj and Luděk - Toman and the Wood Nymph - The Tempest - Spring

Czech National Symphony Orchestra, Marek Štilec

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1.1
Othello, Op. 6
Zdeněk Fibich; Czech National Symphony Orchestra; Marek Štilec
16:59
1.2
Záboj, Slavoj and Luděk, Op. 37
Zdeněk Fibich; Czech National Symphony Orchestra; Marek Štilec
17:52
1.3
Toman a lesní panna (Toman and the Wood Nymph), Op. 49
Zdeněk Fibich; Czech National Symphony Orchestra; Marek Štilec
12:32
1.4
Bouře (The Tempest), Op. 46
Zdeněk Fibich; Czech National Symphony Orchestra; Marek Štilec
11:39
1.5
Vesna (Spring), Op. 13
Zdeněk Fibich; Czech National Symphony Orchestra; Marek Štilec
13:03
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    72:05
"... assured and completely idiomatic performances ... quite enough to demonstrate (Štilec’s) expert professional credentials."
- MusicWeb International

"... very well played and recorded ... Štilec offers compelling interpretations of all five pieces. The music is fun ... a convenient way to fill out your collection of Czech romantic orchestral music."
- ClassicsToday.com

This marks the third volume of Zdenĕk Fibich's orchestral works recorded by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra under Marek Štilec. Less well known than his compatriots Dvořák and Smetana, Fibich was however one of the greatest Czech composers of his day. This 2014 collection of symphonic poems spans the best part of his career, starting with Othello, which emphasizes the intertwined fates of Shakespeare’s main characters. The Tempest encapsulates Shakespeare’s story of storm, shipwreck and reconciliation; the symphonic picture Spring depicts the season in all its variety.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at CNSO Studios, Hostivar, Prague, Czech Republic, 13 March & 3 April 2013
Producer: Jiři Štilec
Engineers: Václav Roubal, Karel Soukeník
Editor: Jana Cerna
Booklet notes: Richard Whitehouse
Publishers: State Publishers of Literature, Music and Art, Prague
Cover photo: Misty morning in České Švýcarsko (© Tomas1111 / Dreamstime)

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