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Káťa Kabanová - Janáček* : Elisabeth Söderström, Petr Dvorský*, Naděžda Kniplová, Vienna Philharmoni

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    Janáček - Káťa Kabanová "Káťa Kabanová" is an opera in three acts by Leoš Janáček to a libretto by Vincenc Červinka, based on "The Storm", a play by Alexander Ostrovsky. Peter Dvorský, Naděžda Kniplová, Vladimír Krejčík, Zdeněk Švehla, Libuše Márová, Jaroslav Souček, Jitka Pavlová, Gertrude Jahn. Vienna, December
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    Explore releases from Peter Dvorský at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Peter Dvorský at the Discogs Marketplace. Janáček*: Elisabeth Söderström, Petr Dvorský*, Naděžda Kniplová, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra*, Charles Mackerras* - Káťa Kabanov á.
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    Janáček*: Elisabeth Söderström, Petr Dvorský*, Naděžda Kniplová, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra*, Charles Mackerras* - Káťa Kabanová ‎ (2xLP + Box) London Records OSA
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    The Makropulos Affair (or The Makropoulos Case, The Makropulos Secret, or, literally, The Makropulos Thing; Czech Věc Makropulos) is a Czech opera in 3 acts, with music and libretto by Leoš Janáčbigband.shalilacebludconjurorlawyn.infoinfoáček based his opera on the play Věc Makropulos by Karel Čbigband.shalilacebludconjurorlawyn.infoinfoed between and , The Makropulos Affair was his penultimate opera and, like much of his later work, was Language: Czech.
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    This list covers the CDs listed in the book " Classical Recordings You Must Hear Before You Die" published in by Universe. I believe this book can serve as a good starting point for new comer to classical music, while long time classic music lovers can get exposed to more music and performers.
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    Káťa Kabanová ~ Release by Leoš Janáček; Wiener Philharmoniker, Charles Mackerras (see all versions of this release, 1 available).

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