Bohemian Woods
Tanya Prochazka, cello
Milton Schlosser, piano
Arktos 200375

The roots of Czech music run deep, both its rich folk legacies and its foundations in Western art music. The profound and rewarding result of these elements can be found in the music of Antonín Dvor?ák, Leos Janácek and Bohuslav Martinu. Cellist Tanya Prochazka and pianist Milton Schlosser’s new recital disc features music both introverted and exuberant – an inviting display of the rich vein of Czech nationalism.

On this recording:
Slavonic Dance in G minor Op.46 No.8, Antonín Dvorák
Slavonic Dance in A Major Op.46 No.3, Antonín Dvorák
Klid (Silent Woods) Op.68 No.5, Antonín Dvorák
Variations on a Slovakian Theme H.378, Bohuslav Martinu

Pohadka (Fairy Tale), Leos Janácek
Con Moto
Con Moto
Allegro
Presto

Sonata No. 2 for Cello and Piano H.286, Bohuslav Martinu
Allegro
Largo
Allegro commodo