|Artist||Viteszlav Kuznik/Janacek Philharmonic/Elli Jaffe/Prague Symphony|
|Instruments||violin, viola and symphony orchestra|
|Label||SOMM (SOMM CD221)|
The Violin Concerto was completed in London on 25th August 1993 and written for the composer's own pleasure and satisfaction as well as a tribute to Moravia and its music.
The Viola Concerto was written at the request of Martin Outram, principal viola of the New London Orchestra and viola of the Maggini Quartet. Although not completed in London until 1996, at the time of composition, the second movement bears traces of the composer's sense of sorrow and nostalgia following the split of the Czech Republic and Slovakia in 1993.
|Antonin Tucapsky Violin Concerto|
|1.||Andante, lentamente, animato|
|Antonin Tucapsky Viola Concerto|
|5.||2nd movement - Nocturne|
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