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This new album from notable Czech mezzosoprano Eva Garajová with great pianist Miroslav Sekera presents Slovak Songs by Czech composer Vítezslav Novák (1870-1949). Slovak Songs is released on these two albums as a world premiere and it shows the versatility of the composer's creative profile as well as the amazing musicality of both performers. Eva Garajová is considered to be one of the greatest performers of song literature of her generation in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Her highly authentic recordings for music publisher Arco Diva have also raised attention on the international music scene.
This new album from notable Czech mezzosoprano Eva Garajová with great pianist Miroslav Sekera presents Slovak Songs by Czech composer Vítezslav Novák (1870-1949). Slovak Songs is released on these two albums as a world premiere and it shows the versatility of the composer's creative profile as well as the amazing musicality of both performers. Eva Garajová is considered to be one of the greatest performers of song literature of her generation in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Her highly authentic recordings for music publisher Arco Diva have also raised attention on the international music scene.
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Format: CD
Label: ARCODIVA
Rel. Date: 08/06/2021
UPC: 8594029812253

Slovak Songs (2pk)
Artist: Novak / Garajova / Sekera
Format: CD
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This new album from notable Czech mezzosoprano Eva Garajová with great pianist Miroslav Sekera presents Slovak Songs by Czech composer Vítezslav Novák (1870-1949). Slovak Songs is released on these two albums as a world premiere and it shows the versatility of the composer's creative profile as well as the amazing musicality of both performers. Eva Garajová is considered to be one of the greatest performers of song literature of her generation in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Her highly authentic recordings for music publisher Arco Diva have also raised attention on the international music scene.

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