Bohuslav Martinu

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Martinu was not only the greatest Czech composer of his generation, but a major international figure, known for his concerti and chamber music.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Symphony No. 1, H. 289 1942 36:23 Symphony
The Greek Passion (Recké pasije), opera, H. 372 1956 02:03:01 Opera
Symphony No. 2, H. 295 1943 24:05 Symphony
Frescoes of Piero della Francesca, for orchestra, H. 352 1955 18:37 Orchestral
Double Concerto for 2 string orchestras, piano & timpani, H. 271 1938 21:09 Concerto
La Revue de Cuisine (Kitchen Revue), jazz suite & ballet for clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, cello & piano, H. 161 1927 15:11 Ballet Chamber Music
Symphony No. 3, H. 299 1944 28:41 Symphony
Symphony No. 6 ("Fantaisies symphoniques"), H. 343 1951 27:55 Symphony
Symphony No. 4, H. 305 1945 33:11 Symphony
Cello Concerto No. 1, H. 196 (3 versions) 1930 26:47 Concerto
Symphony No. 5, H. 310 1946 29:43 Symphony
Gilgames (The Epic of Gilgamesh), oratorio for soloists, chorus & orchestra, H. 351 1954 55:02 Choral
Sonata for cello & piano No. 3, H. 340 1952 19:20 Chamber Music
Madrigal-Sonata for flute, violin & piano, H. 291 1942 10:06 Chamber Music
Oboe Concerto, H. 353 1955 16:52 Concerto
Sonata for cello & piano No. 2, H. 286 1941 19:39 Chamber Music
Variations on a Theme of Rossini for cello & piano, H. 290 1942 07:56 Chamber Music
Variations on a Slovak Folksong for cello & piano, H. 378 1959 09:36 Chamber Music
Sonata for flute & piano, H. 306 1945 18:32 Chamber Music
Etudes and Polkas (16) for piano (in 3 books), H. 308 1945 26:07 Keyboard
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