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Luboš Fišer (1935-1999)


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« on: January 13, 2018, 12:29:53 am »

If one thinks of Luboš Fišer, it is either of his multi-stylistic film music - for which he could be called Czechoslovakia's Ennio Morricone - or of his mostly atonal, very serious, intense and expressive concert works.

Piano sonata no. 1 (1955)



Symphony no. 1 (1955-1956)



Piano sonata no. 3 (1960) - the work that marked Fišer's breakthrough to his personal style



"Symphonic fresco" for orchestra (1963)



"Relief" for organ (1964)



"Fifteen pages after Dürer's Apocalypse" for orchestra (1965)



"Crux" for violin, timpani and bells (1970)



"Lament over the ruined town of Ur" on an ancient Sumerian text, for soprano and baritone soloists, three reciters, children's, mixed and reciters' choirs, seven tympani, bells, and two conductors (1970)



Sonata for cello and piano (1975)



Piano sonata no. 6 "Fras (The devil)" (1978)



Sonata for violin solo "In memoriam Terezín" (1981)



Piano sonata no. 8 (1995)



Sonata for orchestra (1998)

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