Symphonic Poem No. 2 from "My Fatherland"
Éditeur : Schott Music
Série: Schott Piano Classics
Description de l'édition: überarbeitete Neuausgabe
26 Pages - Saddle stitching
N° d'édition : ED 4345
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The work describes the course of the river Vltava starting from the two small sources of the warm Vltava and the cold Vltava until the two streams merge. The course of the Vltava is through forests and meadows and further through the landscape where many merry celebrations are being held; a dance of the water nymphs in the moonlight, castles, magnificent houses and ruins proudly appearing on nearby rocks; the Vltava forming eddies in the rapids of St. Johann, flowing as a large river toward Prague until the fortress of Vysehrad appear, and eventually disappearing in the distance to flow majestically into the river Elbe. (B. Smetana)