Janacek in Persona

Janáček in persona

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Leos Janacek, a Czech composer who endured copious amounts of prejudice and tragedy through the greater years of his life, did not find success until well into his sixties. What kept his hope and drive alive through those long years of neglect? It was his firm belief that his music, whatever its success, was contributing to the growth of slavonic culture at large — a nation without borders.


Andantino from In the Mists for Solo Piano

On an Overgrown Path for Solo Piano, No. 4 ‘The Madonna of Frýdek’

Pohádka (Fairy Tale) for Cello and Piano 

Excerpts from opera Jenůfa for Viola and Piano, arr. Sebastian Androne-Nakanishi

  1. “Daleko siroko do tech Nových Zámku” (Act 1, Scene 5)

  2. “Ej, mamko, mamko, mamko moja” (Act 3, Scene 6)

Sonata for Violin and Piano

String Quartet No. 1 ‘Kreutzer Sonata’ 

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