Watch “Smetana: Má Vlast / Kubelík Czech Philharmonic Orchestra (1991 Movie Japan Live)” on YouTube. ( If music doesn’t unite people from foreign lands what else would? Music is our last hope for uniting people from everywhere, in the unique gesture of love, universal ! )

What I think:  “If music doesn’t unite people from foreign lands what else would?
Music is our last hope for uniting people from everywhere, in the unique gesture of love, universal !”

Work TitleMá vlastAlt. TitleMy Country / Ma Patrie / Mein VaterlandName TranslationsMá Vlast; Ma patrie; Моя Родина; 나의 조국; מולדתי; [6 more…]Name AliasesLa Moldau; Ma Vlast; Vltava; Mi patria; Ma vlast; [9 more…]AuthoritiesWorldCat; Wikipedia; VIAF: 186316643; LCCN: n81059079; GND: 300149573; BNF: 139193726ComposerSmetana, BedřichOp./Cat. No.JB 1:112, T.110–111, T.113–114, T.120–121I-Cat. No.IBS 36Mov’ts/Sec’s6 symphonic poems:

Vyšehrad (The High Castle)

Vltava (Die Moldau)

Šárka

From Bohemian Fields and Groves
(Z českých luhů a hájů / Aus Böhmens Hain und Flur)

Tábor

Blaník

Y/D of Comp.1872–79https://imslp.org/wiki/M%C3%A1_Vlast,JB_1:112(Smetana,_Bed%C5%99ich)

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