Pavel Vranický (1756-1808) - Symphony in D major, Op. 52 34:09
1. Adagio maestoso. Allegro molto 9:34
2. Adagio 14:15
3. Menuetto 3:32
4. Finale. Vivace assai 6:34
Pavel Vranický - Symphony in C minor (Op. 11 No. 1) 21:28
1. Grave. Allegro assai 7:16
2. Adagio 5:22
3. Allegretto 4:16
4. Presto 4:26
Pavel Vranický - Symphony in D major, Op. 36 29:16
1. Adagio. Allegro molto 10:20
2. Russe. Allegretto 8:06
3. Polonese 4:11
4. Finale. Largo. Rondo. Allegro 6:34
Pavel Vranický - Symphony in C major, Op. 11 27:07
1. Adagio maestoso. Vivace assai 8:11
2. Larghetto con moto. Affettuoso 12:07
3. Finale. Allegro 6:44
Dvořák Chamber Orchestra
Bohumil Gregor conductor
- The musical legacy of Pavel Vranický (1756-1808) is extraordinarily extensive and rich in original characteristics.
- This native of Nová Říše na Moravě quickly established himself as a symphonic composer shortly after his arrival in Vienna.
- Both Haydn and Beethoven respected him. Haydn entrusted him with the production of his great oratorio Creation (1799) and Beethoven himself asked him to conduct the premiere of his first symphony in 1800.
- Pavel Vranický's works still speak to audiences today.
This Supraphon release is a remastering and repackaging of two earlier releases. Be aware that the liner notes and packaging mistakenly identify two symphonies. The symphony "Sine Op." is the symphony Op. 11 No. 1, and the symphony identified as "Op. 11" is in fact the symphony Op. 2.
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