The Czechs, Piano Works through the Centuries.  

Beginning with sonatas from the Czech late Baroque by Jiří Antonín Benda, Fabio travels through history visiting the late Classicism with a contemporary of Beethoven, the high-nobility favorite and sensational pianist Jan Ladislav Dusík, passes through the Romanticism with works by Czech nationalists Bedřich Smetana and Antonín Dvořák, and concludes the journey with the Sonata October 1st, 1905 by Leoš Janáček.

Track 1 – Jiří Benda – Sonatina No. 16 in G Major (not available)

Track 2 – Jiří Benda – Sonatina No. 1 in D Major

Track 3 – Jiří Benda – Sonatina No. 25 in D Major

Track 4 – Jiří A. Benda – Sonatina No. 3 in A minor

Track 5 – Jan Dusík – Sonata Op. 61 in F-sharp minor – Harmonic Elegy

Track 6 – Jan Dusík – Sonata Op. 61 in F-sharp minor – Tempo vivace

Track 7 – Bedřich Smetana – Polka in A minor from Czech Dances, 1st series, 1877

Track 8 – Bedřich Smetana – Polka in G minor, Op. 8 from Three Poetic Polkas, 1854

Track 9 – Leoš Janáček – Sonata 1.X.1905 “From the Street” – The Presentiment

Track 10 – Leoš Janáček – Sonata 1.X.1905 “From the Street” – The Death

Track 11 – Antonín Dvořák – Humoresque, op. 101 N0. 7 in G-flat Major – Poco lento e grazioso

Track 12 – Antonín Dvořák – Humoresque, op. 101 N0. 5 in G-flat Major – Vivace