Leoš janáček janáček - philip ledger diary of one who disappeared


After his return from Vienna, Janáček’s output decreased for a time. He only managed to write a few choruses, including the Mužské sbory  (‘Male-Voice Choruses’) (1888, JW IV/17) for Dvořák, who was greatly surprised by the harmonies.

Janáček’s early opera Šárka  (1888, JW I/1), along with his early vocal and instrumental works are typical of the late 19 th century romantic style. The opera was not performed until 1925.

„In Leoš Janáček’s home, Jenůfa breaks hearts as convincingly as always.“


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