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Janáček: Piano Works

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Before he was completely overwhelmed by love for composing, Leoš Janáček pursued a career as a virtuoso pianist. He was closely familiar with the instrument, which served for him to share his innermost emotions and feelings. Janáček wrote his first opus, Thema con variazioni, at the age of 26, when he was studying at the Leipzig Conservatory. The miniature piece A Recollection is one of his last scores. The composer conceived his three essential piano works, 1.X. 1905, On an Overgrown Path and In the Mist, between 1900 and 1912, which was a difficult phase in his life. They are perhaps the most personal, most intimate pieces he wrote. Janáček was inspired by the sound of the cimbalom, an instrument he often heard when collecting folk songs in Moravia. The genes of the pianist Jan Bartoš evidently bear the traces of the ample musical tradition of his ancestors, including his grandfather, a cimbalom player. The legacy of folk music and the Silesian origin is what Janáček and Bartoš have in common. In his account of Janáček's music, the pianist reveals a profound musicological insight, as well as a fascinating intuition - the inspiring integration of the heart and the brain, owing to which Bartoš's previous Supraphon albums have met with such great acclaim. © Supraphon

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1
Piano Sonata No. 1 in E-Flat Minor: I. The Presentiment. Con moto 00:05:58

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

2
Piano Sonata No. 1 in E-Flat Minor: II. Death. Adagio 00:06:56

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

3
On an Overgrown Path: No. 1, Our Evenings. Moderato - Tenderly 00:03:33

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

4
On an Overgrown Path: No. 2, A Blow Away Leaf. Andante 00:03:09

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

5
On an Overgrown Path: No. 3, Come with Us! Andante 00:01:08

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

6
On an Overgrown Path: No. 4, The Frýdek Madonna. Grave 00:03:51

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

7
On an Overgrown Path: No. 5, They Chattered Like Swalows. Con moto 00:02:20

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

8
On an Overgrown Path: No. 6, Words Fail! Andante 00:01:49

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

9
On an Overgrown Path: No. 7, Good Night! Andante 00:03:07

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

10
On an Overgrown Path: No. 8, Unutterable Anguish. Andante 00:03:35

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

11
On an Overgrown Path: No. 9, In Tears. Larghetto 00:02:59

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

12
On an Overgrown Path: No. 10, The Barn Owl Has Not Flown Away! Andante 00:03:43

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

13
On an Overgrown Path: No. 11, Andante 00:03:43

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

14
On an Overgrown Path: No. 12, Allegretto - Presto 00:03:57

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

15
In the Mists: No. 1, Andante 00:03:29

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

16
In the Mists: No. 2, Molto adagio 00:04:03

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

17
In the Mists: No. 3, Andantino 00:02:23

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

18
In the Mists: No. 4, Presto. Meno mosso 00:04:00

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

19
Thema con variazioni 00:09:11

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

20
Reminiscence. Con moto 00:01:20

Leos Janácek, Composer - Jan Bartoš, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

2019 Supraphon A.s. 2019 Supraphon A.s.

Album Description

Before he was completely overwhelmed by love for composing, Leoš Janáček pursued a career as a virtuoso pianist. He was closely familiar with the instrument, which served for him to share his innermost emotions and feelings. Janáček wrote his first opus, Thema con variazioni, at the age of 26, when he was studying at the Leipzig Conservatory. The miniature piece A Recollection is one of his last scores. The composer conceived his three essential piano works, 1.X. 1905, On an Overgrown Path and In the Mist, between 1900 and 1912, which was a difficult phase in his life. They are perhaps the most personal, most intimate pieces he wrote. Janáček was inspired by the sound of the cimbalom, an instrument he often heard when collecting folk songs in Moravia. The genes of the pianist Jan Bartoš evidently bear the traces of the ample musical tradition of his ancestors, including his grandfather, a cimbalom player. The legacy of folk music and the Silesian origin is what Janáček and Bartoš have in common. In his account of Janáček's music, the pianist reveals a profound musicological insight, as well as a fascinating intuition - the inspiring integration of the heart and the brain, owing to which Bartoš's previous Supraphon albums have met with such great acclaim. © Supraphon

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