Bedrich Smetana

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Noun1.Bedrich Smetana - Czech composer (1824-1884)
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During the summer, new productions of operas by Leos Janacek, Bedrich Smetana and Bohuslav Martinn were presented abroad.
Smetana's Litomysl Festival was named after one of the greatest composers of the 19th century and creator of modern Czech classical music, Bedrich Smetana.
The programme included two Czech composers, Antonin Dvorak and Bedrich Smetana.
The program is richly varied today as the Eugene Symphony, conducted by music director Danail Rachev, takes on works by four composers, including Bedrich Smetana, Felix Mendelssohn, Thomas Ads and Edward Elgar.
Gossamer Gallants incorporates three musical selections from the opera, The Bartered Bride (Prodana Nevesta), by Czech composer Bedrich Smetana.
S kym korespondoval Bedrich Smetana/Bedrich Smetana's Correspondents/Mit wem korrespondierte Bedrich Smetana.
Bedrich Smetana, a prominent 19th century classical composer, wrote a cycle of six orchestral tone poems rifled Ma Vlast (My Fatherland) employing thematic material gleaned from Bohemian folk songs of central Europe.
Conducted by Nvart Andreassian and Cem Mansur, the orchestra will play works of Beethoven, Bizet, Ulvi Cemal Erkin, Aram Khachaturian and Bedrich Smetana.
The Bartered Bride is one of eight operas by Bedrich Smetana and really the only one with a permanent place in the hearts of opera fans outside his Czech homeland
On Thursday night, Fischer revisited the topic, albeit without commentary from the podium or authentic folk performers, this time performing music by Antonin Dvorak and Bedrich Smetana.
Bienert's The Moldau, based on the familiar music by the Czech composer Bedrich Smetana (he wrote it in 1874, when he was already totally deaf).