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Pohadka Leta, Op. 29

A Summer Tale

By Josef Suk

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Orchestra [3d1, 2d1+eh, 3d1, 2+1 - 6, 3, 3, 1], timpani, percussion, 2 harps, celeste, organ, piano, strings
A Summer Tale. Composed by Josef Suk (1874-1935). This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Suites. Masters Study Scores. 20th Century; Czech, Seasonal. Study Score. Composed 1908. Duration 50 minutes. Published by Serenissima (SA.SS594).

Item Number: SA.SS594

ISBN 9781932419597. 8.25 x 11 inches.

Pohadka Leta (A Sumer Tale) was composed at a particularly dark time in the composer's life, just after the death of both his wife and father in law - the composer Antonin Dvorak. A remarkable work, with many shfting moods and brilliant orchestration, ending with a wistful nocturne. Available for the first time as a digitally-enhanced reprint of the score originally issued in 1910 by Universal Edition, Vienna.

  • 1. Hlasi Zivota a Utechy (Voices of Life and Consolation) 
  • 2. Poledne (Mid-day) 
  • 3. Intermezzo - Slepi Hudci (Intermezzo - Blind Musicians) 
  • 4. V Moci Preludu (In the Power of Phantoms) 
  • 5. Noc (Night) 

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