Alois Hába - The Mother mp3 flac download
|Date of release:||1980|
|MP3 album size:||1715 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1392 mb|
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Alois Hába (1893-1973): La Madre (Matka), opera lirica in quarti di tono in dieci scene su libretto dell'Autore o. 5 (1929) - Prague National Theatre.
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Alois Hába – The Mother. Label: Supraphon – -2 F. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP. Country: Czechoslovakia. Composed By, Libretto By – Alois Hába. Conductor – Jiří Jirouš. Orchestra – Prague National Theatre Orchestra. Piano – Jiří Pokorný. Quarter-tone Opera in 10 Scenes Prague National Theatre. 1965 Supraphon Made in Czechoslovakia.
By Alois Hába, Prague Smetana Theatre Orchestra, Jiri Jirous. 1. Mother - Quarter-tone Opera in 10 Scenes, Op. 35: Overture. 2. 35: Scene 1 - "Well, now she's with God, poor soul". 3. 35: Scene 1 - "May God console you, neighbor". Listen to Haba: Mother. Quarter-tone Opera in 10 Scenes now. Quarter-tone Opera in 10 Scenes in full in the this site app. Play on this site. You look like someone who appreciates good music.
Mother - Quarter-tone Opera in 10 Scenes. This may be the greatest of the early twentieth century unrecognized groundbreaking masterpieces. It's microtonal (using quarter tones for some musical lines, and standard diatonic writing for other lines, simultaneously)
Mother, op. 35 (Czech: Matka) is a quarter-tone opera in ten scenes by the Czech composer Alois Hába. It was completed in 1929 to the composer's own libretto; its plot is drawn from author's native Valašsko. The opera is written in prose. 2 Performance history.
Alois Hába (21 June 1893 – 18 November 1973) was a Czech composer, music theorist and teacher. He belongs to the important discoverers in modern classical music, and major composers of microtonal music, especially using the quarter-tone scale, though he used others such as sixth-tones (. in the 5th, 10th and 11th String Quartets), fifth-tones (Sixteenth String Quartet), and twelfth-tones.
It was with these words that Alois Hába introduced a concert of works composed by himself and his students on 13 March 1945 in the Municipal Library in Prague. He had been teaching at the Prague Conservatory since 1923. Born in Vizovice, he perceived in the singing of his mother and the music making of his brothers, his father, and other folk musicians shadings of intonation that sounded different from the music he heard in school and church. He graduated from the teachers’ college in Kroměříž, and already there he found out from his textbooks that the European system of music was not the only one in the world and that even some European music had in the past used different scales than the ones used in his time.
|1-2||"Well, Now She's With God, Poor Soul"||6:39|
|1-3||"May God Console You, Neighbour"||5:44|
|1-4||"Give Her Eternal Rest, O Lord"||2:13|
|1-6||"Nanka, Fetch Some Water"||2:11|
|1-7||"Good Morning, Cook!"||7:07|
|1-8||"Aha, It's Long Journey On Foot"||6:25|
|1-9||"The Last Number, Who Still Wants To Dance?"||1:56|
|1-10||"Hurrah, Hurrah, Hurrah!" - "Hey, Best Man Sing A Farewell Song"||8:13|
|1-11||"We've Been Together Two Years Now"||5:25|
|1-12||"Drudge Alone? Aren't Older Children Nearly Fit For Work?"||3:09|
|2-1||Ouverture To Scene VI||1:59|
|2-2||"Rock-A-Bye Baby, My Little Baby.Faced Toneček!"||6:13|
|2-3||"Has She Gone?"||2:16|
|2-4||"Rock-A-Bye Baby, My Toneček"||2:02|
|2-5||"You Damned, Lazy Devils!"||3:46|
|2-6||"You're A Thankless Creature"||5:32|
|2-7||"What Kind Of Food Is This?"||3:13|
|2-8||"Another Day Gone"||8:29|
|2-9||Ouverture To Scene IX||1:40|
|2-10||"Get Up, You! Get Up, You!"||3:53|
|2-11||"You See, Old Man, They've All Left Us"||6:49|
- Chorus – Prague National Theatre Chorus*
- Chorus Master – Milan Malý
- Composed By, Libretto By – Alois Hába
- Conductor – Jiří Jirouš
- Orchestra – Prague National Theatre Orchestra*
- Piano [Quarter-tone] – Jiří Pokorný
NotesQuarter-tone Opera in 10 Scenes
Prague National Theatre
℗ 1965 Supraphon
Made in Czechoslovakia
Original Czech title: “Matka”
Chorus and orchestra credited as “Prague National Theatre Chorus and Orchestra”.
|DV 6144-45||Alois Hába||Matka (2xLP, Mono, Club)||Supraphon, Gramofonový Klub||DV 6144-45||Czechoslovakia||1966|
|SUA ST 50681-2||Alois Hába||The Mother (2xLP + Box)||Supraphon||SUA ST 50681-2||Czechoslovakia||1965|
|10 8258-2 612||Alois Hába||Mother (2xCD, RE)||Supraphon||10 8258-2 612||Czechoslovakia||1992|
|SV8259||Alois Hába||Matka (2xLP)||Supraphon||SV8259||Czechoslovakia||1966|