,  (Kosler)
Zdenek Kosler (conductor)


Vladislav - I. Kushner (baritone), Dalibor - L.M.Vodichka (tenor), Milada - E.Urbanova (soprano), Itka - Jirina Markova (soprano), Vitek - Miroslav Kopp (tenor), Budivoy - Vratislav Kriz (baritone), Benes - Jiri Kalendocsky (bass), Judge - Bohumil Marsik (bass). Chorus of the Prague National Theater, choirmaster - Milan Maly. Recorded at the Dvorak Hall of Rudolfinum, Prague, from 17 February to 5 June, 1995.
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1987
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In Latin, Magdalena Gayoshova - soprano, Yaroslava Gorska - mezzo-soprano, Josef Kondlak - tenor, Peter Mikulash - bass. Year of publication: 1995.
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Chech Philarmonic Orchestra, conductor Zdenek Kosler. Rec. 3 October and 30 November 1977.
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1988
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``Gilgamesh``, oratorio (1955): I. ``Gilgamesh``
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Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra dir. Z.Koshler 1987, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava
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Chech Philarmonic Orchestra, conductor Zdenek Kosler. Rec. Prague, from 28 to 31 March, 1980.
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Recorded: 1967, 20 May, Prague. Live at the Smetana Hall by Czechoslovak Radio.
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Chech Philarmonic Orchestra, conductor Zdenek Kosler. Rec. Prague, from 1 to 5 October, 1982.
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Zpívají Libuše Márová, Zdeněk Švehla Praha 1970
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Label: Brilliant Classics, `Antonin Dvorak - The Masterworks`.
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Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra
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1980.
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Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra
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Magdaléna Hajóssyová, soprano. Vera Soukupová, alto. Peter Dvorsk´y, tenor. Richard Novák, bass. Slovak Philharmonic Choir & Orchestra. Cond. Zdenek Kosler.
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Magdaléna Hajóssyová (soprano), Peter Mikulas (bass), Jozef Kundlák (tenor), Vera Soukupová (alto) // Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra & Slovak Philharmonic Chorus Bratislava - con. Zdenek Kosler
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Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra,
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Jaroslav Horacek (Malina), Vaclav Zitek (Kalina), Vera Soukupova (Rose), Daniela Sounova (Blazenka), Leo Marian Vodicka (Vit), Karel Prusa (Bonifac), Oldrich Spisar (Skrivanek), Bohuslav Marsik (A Builder), Eva Hlobilova (The Innkeeper), Alfred Hampel (Jirka), Pavel Horacek (The Ghost of Friar Barnabas). horus and Orchestra - Prague National Theatre, choirmaster Milan Maly. Recorded at the Smetana Hall, Prague, from 8 September, 1981 to 22 April, 1982
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Moscow, February 26, 1985. National Theater on tour at the Bolshoi - a legendary performance! Mazhenka - Gabriela Benyachkova, Krushina, a peasant, Mazhenka`s father - Ind?ich Indrak, Ludmila, his wife - Maria Vesela,
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Chech Philarmonic Orchestra, conductor Zdenek Kosler. Rec. Prague, from 16 to 18 November, 1981.
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Recorded at the Reduta Hall in Bratislava, October 1988-January 1989.
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Viola - Marie Vesela (mezzo-soprano), Sebastian - Drahomira Drobkova (mezzo-soprano), Orsino - Miroslav Svejda (tenor), Marko - Jaroslav Horacek (bass), Antonio - Dalibor Jedlicka (bass), Fisherman - Karel Hanus (baritone). Chorus and Orchestra - Prague National Theatre. Chorus master Milan Maly. Conductor Zdenek Kosler. Piano - Jiri Pokorny. Recorded at the Smetana Hall, Prague, from 8 September, 1981 to 22 April, 1982.
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``Salome`s Dance``. Slovak Philharmonic. Recorded at the Reduta Hall in Bratislava, October 1988-January 1989.
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Recorded at the Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic in Bratislava, March 19-22, 1988.
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SYMPHONY No. 7 in D minor Op. 70. Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Zdenek Kosler. Label: Brilliant Classics, `Antonin Dvorak - The Masterworks`.
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Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Zdenek Kosler. Label: Brilliant Classics, `Antonin Dvorak - The Masterworks`.
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Czech PO / Zdeněk Košler
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Recorded: November 18 & 21, 1984, Prague.
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Slovak Philharmonic: I, Con moto II, Molto moderato, Largo III, Anddante, quasi allegretto IV, Con moto
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Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Recorded at the Rudolfinum, Prague, October 1987.
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Released in 1972.
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1979
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Released in 1979.
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1979
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20/21 September 1976 - Vinyl transfer
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1979
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Released in 1978.
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1979
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1967
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November 1971 - Vinyl transfer
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Praha 1970
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Recorded: April 18-21, 1977, Prague.
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Recituje Zdeněk Štěpánek Praha 1962
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CD 1994
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