Breslik, Pechanec: Janacek - The Diary of One Who Disappeared (24/88 FLAC)
Breslik, Pechanec: Janacek – The Diary of One Who Disappeared (24/88 FLAC)

Composer: Leoš Janáček
Performer: Pavol Breslik, Robert Pechanec
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Orfeo
Release: 2020
Size: 776 MB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: cover

The Diary of One Who Disappeared
01. No. 1, Potkal jsem mladou cigánku
02. No. 2, Ta černá cigánka
03. No. 3, Svatojánské mušky
04. No. 4, Už mladé vlaštůvky
05. No. 5, Těžko sa mi oře
06. No. 6, Hajsi, vy siví volci
07. No. 7, Ztratil isem kolíček
08. No. 8, Nehled’te, volečci, tesklivo k úvratím
09. No. 9, Vítaj, Janíčku
10. No. 10, Bože, dálný, nesmrtelný
11. No. 11, Táhne vůňa k lesu
12. No. 12, Tmavá olšinka, chladná studánka
13. No. 13, Intermezzo erotico
14. No. 14, Slnéčko sa zdvihá
15. No. 15, Moji siví volci
16. No. 16, Co jsem to udělal?
17. No. 17, Co komu súzeno
18. No. 18, Nedbám já včil o nic
19. No. 19, Letí straka letí
20. No. 20, Mám já panenku
21. No. 21, Můj drahý tatíčku
22. No. 22, Sbohem, rodný kraju

Six Folksongs sung by Eva Gabel
23. No. 1, Něumrem ja na zemi
24. No. 2, Šiel som cez mesto
25. No. 3, Štyri kosy
26. No. 4, Na Slatinských lúkach
27. No. 5, Široko ďaleko
28. No. 6, Už tebe, Anička

Songs from Detva, Brigand Ballads, JW V / 11
29. No. 1, Ej nebudu ja dobrý
30. No. 2, Ej sedeu sem ja sedeu
31. No. 3, Ej šetko ľudia vravia
32. No. 4, Pod javorkom, pod zeleným
33. No. 5, Ide Kračuň, ide
34. No. 6, Byľa jedna sirá vdova
35. No. 7, Na horách, na doľách
36. No. 8, Šla milá na zdávání

Although “The Diary of One Who Disappeared” work is Janáček’s most important original song cycle, his keen interest in the folk songs and dances of his Moravian homeland resulted in a plethora of arrangements, making this music also accessible to the classical concert hall. These include the Six folksongs sung by Eva Gabel (Šest národních písní jež zpívala Gabel Eva) and the Songs from Detva (Písně detvanské). Quite unlike the songs of the ‘Diary’, which chiefly make reference to the Moravian dialect, the arrangements evince the typically ethnic-sounding music Janáček refined, so to speak, by adding to adaptations of the existing song lines a sophisticated piano part in the tradition of the great song compositions of the 19th century. Having explored songs by Mozart and Schubert on previous acclaimed albums, Slovak tenor Pavol Breslik on his 4th album with ORFEO now presents songs by Czech composer Leoš Janáček.

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