Notes and Editorial Reviews
Jan Klusak has created a fascinating collection of musical moods and imaginative ideas through these ten 'Inventions' scored for various ensembles, and the strangely Impressionist tone poem titled "Zaniklé testí" or "Perished Happiness". - Greg La Traille,
Inventions by Jan Klusak
Invention No. 1 for chamber orchestra 8:33
Invention No. 2 for chamber orchestra 7:52
Invention No. 3 for string instruments 5:08
Invention No. 4 (Burrow) for orchestra 5:22
Invention No. 5 (Game of chess) for wind quintet 3:41
Invention No. 6 for Nonet 8:16
Invention No. 7 for orchestra 15:22
Invention No. 8 (Quadrature Círculo) for small orchestra 13:12
Autumn. Invention No. 9 for alto, male chorus and orchestra 11:47
Tetragrammaton sive Nomina Eius. Invention No. 10 for orchestra 15:53
Defunct luck. Symphonic poem for orchestra, (Part three of the triptych: "Dreams".)
State Philharmonic Orchestra of Ostrava
The Prague Philharmonia
Prague Wind Quintet
Prague Philharmonic Choir - Members
Prague Chamber Soloists
Radio Prague Symphony Orchestra
Works on This Recording
Inventions (10) by Jan Klusák
Brno State Philharmonic Orchestra,
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra,
Perished Happiness by Jan Klusák
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra
Invention No. 4 "The Burrow"
Invention No. 5 "A Game of Chess"
Invention No. 8 "Quadratura circuli"
Invention No. 9 "In the Autumn"
Invention No. 10 "Tetragrammaton sive Nomina Eius"
Symphonic Poem "Perished Happiness"
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