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Suk Serenade

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Compositions For Violin and Piano / transcribed by Josef Suk and Jaroslav Kocian.

Publisher: Supraphon

A collection of six pieces for violin and piano, most of which were composed and arranged by Suk; some are arranged for violin and piano by Kocian. Includes: Melody; Bagatelle; Lullaby; Evening Mood; Village Serenade; and Song of Love.


Ballade and Serenade : For Violoncello and Piano, Op. 3.

Publisher: Simrock

A Simrock Original Edition, in a new reprint by Boosey & Hawkes. A lyric, adagio Ballade is followed by a more energetic and staccato Serenade.


Village Serenade : For Two Clarinets And Stringed Instruments / Edited By Miroslav Novy.

Publisher: Supraphon

Suk originally composed this work for piano at the age of 23. But, towards the end of his life, he created this version for clarinets, three violins, viola, cello and bass. With a preface in Czech, German and English.


Vaclav Talich Conducts The Czech P O. [CD]

Publisher: Opus Kura

Recordings from the 1930s feature Dvorak's Symphony No. 8 in G major, Op. 88; Dvorak's Carnaval, Op. 92; and Suk's Serenade for Strings in E flat major, Op. 6.


Serenades Tcheques. [CD]

Publisher: Fidelio Music

A program of music for string orchestra by Dvorak and Suk. Daniel Myssyk conducts the Orchestre de chambre Appassionata.


Cello Sonatas / Steven Isserlis, Cello. [CD]

Publisher: Hyperion

Isserlis performs Cello Sonatas Nos. 1 and 2 by Brahms, as well as the Waldesruhe and Rondo by Dvorak and the Ballade and Serenade by Suk. With pianist Stephen Hough.

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