Czechoslovak Army Central Band - Czech Marches download mp3 album
The Czechoslovak Army (Czech and Slovak: Československá armáda) was the name of the armed forces of Czechoslovakia. It was established in 1918 following Czechoslovakia's independence from Austria-Hungary.
Czech Army Central Band conducted by Colonel Karel Belohoubek music: Škoda lásky by Jaromír Vejvoda. 2009 Virginia International Tattoo in HD - The National Defense Band of the Czech Republicnickelman03. From this year's most honored nation, The Czech Republic, The National Defense Band of the Czech Republic. Vaclav Vackar Probuzeni, Awakening ening Czechoslovak Army Central Band Karel Stastny, conducting Recorded at the Supraphon Studios, Prague, 1969. Czech Army Tribute/Pocta Armády České RepublikyAndy. One of the Czech Sokol marches "Tužme se" ("Strenghten Ourselves"). In the background we can see 28 600 men at 1938 5th Czechoslovak Sokol "slet" at the. Czech March - "Castaldo" (Instrumental)Czech Lion.
Czechoslovak Army Central Band. The Famous World Marches.
Czechoslovak Army Central Band – Czech Marches. Czechoslovak Army Central Band. Czech Marches (LP, RP). Supraphon.
Czech march "Castaldo", named after nt in Austro-Hungarian Army Ludwig von Castaldo, were composed by Czech conductor Rudolf. Czech March - "Andulko šafářova"Czech Lion. This channel contains Anthems, Patriotic Songs and Marches and other videos from the Czech Republic CANAUX.
The Czech Army Central Band (Czech: Centrální Ústřední Hudba České Armády or Ústřední Hudba AČR) is a unit of the Czech Land Forces responsible for providing musical support to the Army of the Czech Republic and the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic. It's parent organization is the Army Music Service of the Czech Armed Forces which heads all bands in the CAF. The band currently consists of 46 active musicians who are based in Olomouc
Czech Philharmonic, Czech Philharmonic, Tagi Nyazi, Tagi Nyazi, Пётр Ильич Чайковский - Symphony No. 4 in F Minor, Op. 36, TH 27 43:06. Czech Philharmonic, Czech Philharmonic, Karel Šejna, Karel Sejna, Пётр Ильич Чайковский - Italian Capriccio in A Major, Op. 45, TH 47 15:20. Album: Tchaikovsky: Capriccio italien, Festive ouvertura 1812 & Symphony No. 4. Czechoslovak Army Central Band, František Stupka, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Czechoslovak Army Central Band, František Stupka, Пётр Ильич Чайковский: best 2 tracks
Prague Symphony Orchestra Czechoslovak Army Central Band František Stupka. Prague Symphony Orchestra, Czechoslovak Army Central Band, František Stupka 1812 Overture in E-Flat Major, Op. 49, TH 49. Other listen.
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|A1||Hail Of The Victros
Composed By – Jan Uhlíř*
|A2||Strength In Unity
Composed By – Alois Aust
|A3||Under the Admiral
Composed By – Julius Fučík
Composed By – Josef Biskup
Composed By – Jan Fadrhons
Composed By – Miroslav Juchelka
Composed By – Jaroslav Řídký
|B2||The Years Ahead
Composed By – Václav Dobiáš
Composed By – Lubomír Železný
Composed By – Antonín Dvořák
- Exported By – Artia
- Printed By – Severografia Děčín
- Cover [Cover design] – Dimitrij Gaydečka
- Engineer – Jan Chalupský
- Leader [Bandmaster] – Eduard Kudelásek (tracks: 2 to 4, 6, 7), Jindřich Brejšek (tracks: 1, 5, 8 to 10)
- Orchestrated By – Alois Aust (tracks: 2), Eduard Kudelásek (tracks: 3, 4, 7), Hynek Sluka (tracks: 6), Jan Fadrhons (tracks: 5), Jindřich Brejšek (tracks: 1, 9, 10), Jindřich Praveček (tracks: 8)
- Photography By [Cover] – Alan Pajer
- Producer [Recording director] – Miroslav Juchelka
- Sleeve Notes – Miroslav Bláha
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label, side A): E 4705
- Matrix / Runout (Label, side B): E 4706
- Price Code: H
- Other (Manufacturing date code): 84 2
|1113 - 2583 H||Ústřední Hudba Československé Lidové Armády||České Pochody (LP, RP)||Supraphon||1113 - 2583 H||Czechoslovakia||1980|
|1113 2583||Czechoslovak Army Central Band*||Czech Marches (LP, RP)||Supraphon||1113 2583||Czechoslovakia||1981|