Vaclav Talich – Ozech Philharmonic Orcheshtra – C 2859 - 78 RPM

Václav Talich Czech pronunciation: [ˈvaːtslaf ˈtalɪx]; 28 May 1883 – 16 March 1961) was a Czech conductor, violinist and pedagogue.

Born in Kroměříž, Moravia, he started his musical career in a student orchestra in Klatovy. From 1897 to 1903 he studied violin with Otakar Ševčík at the Prague Conservatory, and later became the concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonic for the 1903–04 season; he was so fascinated by the chief conductor Arthur Nikisch that he decided to become a conductor, studying conducting with Nikisch in Leipzig. He first conducted in Tiflis in 1906, and his first conducting post was in Ljubljana with the Slovenian Philharmonic. He then went to Plzeň, where he conducted opera from 1912 to 1915. From 1915 to 1918 he was the violist of the Bohemian Quartet (later called Czech Quartet).


The Česká filharmonie (Czech Philharmonic) is an internationally renowned Czech symphony orchestra based in Prague.The orchestra's principal concert venue is the Rudolfinum.The name "Czech Philharmonic Orchestra" appeared for the first time in 1894, as the title of the orchestra of the Prague National Theatre.  It played its first concert under its current name on January 4, 1896 when Antonín Dvořák conducted his own compositions, but it did not become fully independent from the opera until 1901. The first representative concert took place on October 15, 1901 conducted by Ludvík Čelanský, the first artistic director of the orchestra.[1] In 1908, Gustav Mahler led the orchestra in the world premiere of his Symphony No. 7. The orchestra first became internationally known during the principal conductorship of Václav Talich, who held the post from 1919 to 1931, and again from 1933 to 1941. In 1941, Talich and the orchestra made a controversial journey to Germany, where they performed Bedřich Smetana's My Country in a concert enforced by the German offices

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Vaclav Talich – Ozech Philharmonic Orcheshtra – C 2859


Antonín Dvořák


Ozech Philharmonic Orcheshtra

Conducted By

Vaclav Talich


Western Instrumental





Made In



The Gramophone Co. Ltd.

Serial No

C 2859

Side One

  •  Slavonic Dance No.10 In E Minor (E Moll)

Side Two


  • Salvonic Sance No.12 In D Flat Major (Des Dur)





12 Inches


78 RPM

Record Condition


Cover Condition


Lyrics - 1 Antonín Dvořák
Record Details
Genre Western Instrumental
Label HMV
Language English
Size 12 Inches
Speed 78 RPM
Side1 - Song1 Slavonic Dance No.10 In E Minor (E Moll)
Side2 - Song1 Salvonic Sance No.12 In D Flat Major (Des Dur)

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Vaclav Talich – Ozech Philharmonic Orcheshtra – C 2859 - 78 RPM

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