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My SECOND RECOMENDATION
If the first one was ethereal this one is MAGIC and happy ^^
Bedřich Smetana Vltava (The Moldau), is the most famous of the six symphonic poems that are normally recorded together under Má vlast (Homeland).
He was already deaf when he composed this piece, keep this in mind when you listen.
Smetana himself wrote a program to describe the piece:
“The composition describes the course of the Vltava, starting from the two small springs, the Cold and Warm Vltava, to the unification of both streams into a single current, the course of the Vltava through woods and meadows, through landscapes where a farmer’s wedding is celebrated, the round dance of the mermaids in the night’s moonshine: on the nearby rocks loom proud castles, palaces and ruins aloft. The Vltava swirls into the St. John’s Rapids; then it widens and flows toward Prague, past the Vyšehrad, and then majestically vanishes into the distance, ending at the Labe (or Elbe, in German).”
Smetana followed the structure of the river as musical structure, two flutes are the two small springs that flow towards the main river that is also the main string melody, hunting horns are heard in the forest when the river goes through it and a polka is heard when it goes through the wedding (Smetana was one of the first to include this more light/popular music into symphonic music); after this, in the night we will meet the Rusalkas (water nymphs) . Then the music is faster and harsher as the river goes over rapids to finally, after becoming calm again, meet with a majestatic movement the castle symbol of the nation already in the capital to finally leave it behind and keep flowing towards the Elbe.
This piece, more than a listening requires an exercise in imagination. Close your eyes and think you are the Moldau and that in your way towards the Elbe you can see all this, forests, fairies, day and night, you won’t have any problem knowing exactly when you are finally seeing the Vyšehrad castle, and you will understand the spirit of this piece, the magic it has. He was deaf but could still hear the sound of his land.