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HUSA: Music for Prague 1968 / Apotheosis of this Earth

    

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HUSA: Music for Prague 1968 / Apotheosis of this Earth


Husa, Karel

  Music for Prague 1968 (version for orchestra)
1.   I. Introduction and Fanfare 00:05:56
2.   II. Aria 00:06:20
3.   III. Interlude 00:03:58
4.   IV. Toccata and Chorale 00:07:02
  Apotheosis of this Earth
5.   I. Apotheosis 00:12:42
6.   II. Tragedy of Destruction 00:08:03
7.   III. Postscript 00:06:33

Total Playing Time: 00:50:34






Composer(s):
Husa, Karel

Conductor(s):
Husa, Karel; Mester, Jorge

Orchestra(s):
Louisville Orchestra

Choir(s):
University of Louisville Choir

Label: First Edition

Genre: Orchestral

Period: Contemporary

Catalogue No: FECD-0009

Barcode: 809157000099

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