Telefunken-e2829-023898

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Title/Work Má Vlast (My Fatherland)
Subtitle/Content No. 2, Vltava (The Moldau): St. Johann-Stromschnellen-Die Moldau strömt breit dahin-Vysehrad-Motiv, Part 3
Author(s)/Composer(s) Bedřich Smetana (1824 - 1884) Show information on MusicBrainz
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Genre(s) Symphonic poems
Conductor(s) Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt (1900 - 1973) Show information on MusicBrainz
Performer(s) Berlin Philharmonic (Orchestra,1882 - ) Show information on MusicBrainz
Label Telefunken
Part of record Telefunken E2829
Matrix/StamperID 023898
1st recording date 1939/08/02
1st release date 1939
1st release location (origin) DE
References http://www.charm.rhul.ac.uk/discography/search/search_freetext

Composer: SMETANA, Work: Má Vlast - No. 2, Vltava (The Moldau), Performer: Berlin Philharmonic, Date: 1939-02-08

Catalogue: Gray

CatNum: E2829
Date: 1939-02-08
Label: Telefunken
Performer: Berlin Philharmonic
Composer: SMETANA
Title: Má Vlast - No. 2, Vltava (The Moldau)
Issue_78_45: E2829
Num: 023898

Conductor: Schmidt-Isserstedt, Hans


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