Jozef Podprocký, Šimon Jurovský, Andrej Očenáš, Jozef Grešák, Tadeáš Salva - Súčasná slovenská organová tvorba (Contemporary Slovak Organ Music) download mp3 album
imon Jurovský, original name Shimon Weiss-Nägel (born 8 February 1912 in Uľanka, Banská Bystrica, Czechoslovakia - died 8 November 1963 in Prague, Czechoslovakia), was a Slovak composer of ballet, chamber, stage and film music. In 1928, he began studying at Teacher's College in Banská Bystrica. After completion, in 1931, he joined the Music and Dramatic Academy in Bratislava, with Professor Alexander Moyzes. He studied composition and conducting with Jozef Vincourek.
Josef Fiala (Joseph Fiala) (3 February 1748 – 31 July 1816), was a composer, oboist, viola da gamba virtuoso, cellist, and pedagogue. He was born in Lochovice in Bohemia and began his professional career as an oboist in the service of Countess Netolicka. In 1777 he moved to Munich to serve in the court orchestra of Elector Maximilian Joseph.
Jozef Podprocký ( 10. 6. 1944, Žakarovce, Slovakia) studied the piano and composition at the conservatory in Košice (1961 – 1965), later composition at the Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Bratislava with Ján Cikker and Alexander Moyzes (1965 – 1970). Jozef Podprocký ( 10. Already during his student times he began to teach music theory classes at the Košice conservatory and helped to re-establish composition teaching there. He continued his pedagogical career until his retirement in 2013.
The (First) Slovak Republic (Slovak: Slovenská republika), otherwise known as the Slovak State (Slovenský štát), was a client state of Nazi Germany which existed between 14 March 1939 and 4 April 1945. It controlled the majority of the territory of present-day Slovakia but without its current southern and eastern parts, which had been ceded to Hungary in 1938
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25 Years, 25 American composers, 25 Compositions shattering conventions of organ music and paving the future for the "King of Instruments". This project presents the most comprehensive recording ever made of contemporary American organ composition. Featuring twenty world premiere recordings, as well as the only Barlow Prize commission for organ, the project presents works by major, non-organist composers representing the full diversity of styles prevalent in contemporary American classical composition. The goals for this triple-disc release, my debut recording, are twofold
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Composed By – Jozef Podprocký
|A2||Rapsódia pre organ (Rhapsody for Organ)
Composed By – Šimon Jurovský
Composed By – Jozef Grešák
|B1||Organové pastely (Organ Pastels)
Composed By – Andrej Očenáš
|B2||Rapsódia pre organ (Rhapsody for Organ)
Composed By – Tadeáš Salva
- Organ – Ivan Sokol
NotesRecorded in the church of St. Moritz in Olomouc, September 1975.
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