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Performance history has been updated only up to (and including) the centenary year of 2015; for more recent performances visit our online calendar. Please note that performance dates are listed numerically by day/month/year. If no country is specified, the performance took place in the Czech Republic (Czechoslovakia prior to 1993).


Childhood compositions | Z mojich nejranejsich skladeb. Piano / Klavir. 1924-28.
Premiered (?) by Ludmila Novotna at an anniversary concert organized by the Czechoslovak Women Union in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 1.6.1950. Other performances: by pupils of Milada Petrovicova at the ZUS in Nove Mesto na Morave on 23.3.2000, 24.3.2000, and 5.6.2000; by Marta Dembicka and Tereza Gregorova at the concert of ZUS Brno-Kralovo Pole on 13.11.2000. "V risi baji" (In the realm of fables) and "Touha" (Longing) were performed by 6-year-old Katerina Marie Kraftova at the Interpretation Seminar at JAMU, Brno on 23.2.2002; "V risi baji" was performed by Katerina Marie Kraftova at the Young Pianists Competition at the ZUS in Brno on 22.3.2002; "V risi baji", "Pristav" (Harbour), "Touha" (Longing), "Na dalekou cestu" (Before the long journey) were performed by Katerina Marie Kraftova on 14.9.2002 in Tri Studne. "V risi baji", Valka (War), "Touha", "Po bitve belohorske" (After the battle on White Mountain) were performed by Tereza Gregorova, and "V myslenkach" (Lost in thoughts), "Pristav", "Na dalekou cestu" and "Valse Triste" were performed by Marta Dembicka on 11.12.2002 at the ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole. "Touha", Na dalekou cestu" and "Valse Triste" were performed by Katerina Kraftova at the ZUS Vitezslavy Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 21.4.2004 and at the ZUS in Bechyne on 7.7.2004; "Touha", "Valse Triste," "V myslenkach" and "Po bitve belohorske" were performed by Katerina Kraftova at Tri Studne on 9.9.2004. "V myslenkach" and "V risi baji" were performed by Nela Klimova at the Bezrucova Opava Festival on 23.9.2004. The complete set was performed by Katerina Kraftova at the ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 11.4.2005. "V risi baji", "Touha" and "Na dalekou cestu" were performed by Ondrej Spacek at the ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 1.11.2005; "Na dalekou cestu" and "Touha" were performed by Ondrej Spacek at the ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 9.11.2005. The complete set was performed by Martin Smahel, Katerina Julickova, Magdalena Kadlecova and Terezie Smahelova at the concert of the Bohuslav Martinu Society in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 12.4.2010. The complete set was performed by Julie Ulvrova, Tomas Penas, Klara Jelinkova, Martin Boucnik, Matej Rufolf, Jan Robicek and Magdalena Sackova at the concert organized by ZUS Vitezslavy Kapralove in partnership with Bohuslav Martinu Society (Brno Branch) at the ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 9.2.2015. The complete set was performed by Garrett Bone and Ryan Li at the Kapralova Festival at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI, United States, on 20.9.2015.

To mother | Maticce. Choir and piano. 1928.
Premiered during WWII by Vaclav Kapral and a choir of women prisoners in the internment camp of Svatoborice. Other performances: As a solo voice performance by Ludmila Zadrobilkova in the internment camp Svatoborice during the WWII; by Brnensky detsky sbor conducted by Frantisek Lysek at the Prague Spring Festival in the Smetana Hall in Prague on 29.5.1950; by the Hvezdoslavova divci skola Choir, conducted by Ms. Sedlackova-Reindlova, at an anniversary concert organized by the Czechoslovak Women Union in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 1.6.1950; by the Vitezslava Kapralova Women's Choir with Miroslav Krcma (conductor) and Vera Baborovska (pno.) on 23.1.1955 in Brno; by Vlastimila Women's Choir conducted by Karel Hejdusek at the Club Theatre of OP Prostejov in Prostejov, on 28.11.1968; by Vlastimila Women's Choir conducted by Zdenek Prikryl at a concert of OP Prostejov choirs in Bratislava on 30.9.1983; by Vlastimila Women's Choir, conducted by Zdenek Prikryl and accompanied by Marie Kühnova (pno.) at the Regional Choirs Festival in Prostejov on 22.5.1988; by Vlastimila Women's Choir conducted by Marie Hejduskova and accompanied by Drahomira Ondrova (pno.) at the Czech Embassy in Vienna, Austria, on 1.10.1997; by Vlastimila Women's Choir conducted by Marie Hejduskova at the Canticum Festival in Litovel on 13.4.2002. Performed by The Boychoir of Ann Arbor conducted by Thomas Strode at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on 6.6.2004, and at Rudolfinum in Prague and in Hradec Kralove during the Alliance World Festival for Men and Boys Singing (8-16.7.2004). Performed by Vlastimila Women's Choir during the Festival of Women's Choirs in Prostejov on 4.6.2005. Performed by Jitro Children's Choir at the Kutna Hora Music Festival in Kutna Hora on 8.6.2014. Performed by Aneta Kubu, Katerina Skarova and Helena Skarova at a concert organized by ZUS Vitezslavy Kapralove in partnership with the Bohuslav Martinu Society at the ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 9.2.2015; by the Boychoir of Ann Arbor conducted by Thomas Strode at the PICFest - Boys and Young Men's Choral Festival in Eugene, Oregon, United states, on 8.7.2015, and at the Kapralova Festival in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on 20.9.2015.

Early songs | Pisne. Voice and Piano (1930-1932).
Recorded in June 2015 by Olena Tokar (soprano) and Igor Gryshyn (pno.) for BBC Radio 3 and broadcast during the "Composer of the Week" program by BBC Radio 3 on 12.10.2015. First public performance of "Potkali se vcera lide dva" (Two people met yesterday) was given by Shenika John Jordan (soprano) and John Elam (pno.) at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States, on 20.9.2015. Other performances: Kripa Nageshwar (soprano) and William Shookhoff (pno) during the Nocturnes in the City series at the St. Wenceslauss Church in Toronto, Canada, on 4.10.2015. First public performance of "Az jednoho dne se budes ptat" (When you ask me one day) was given by Christabel Nunoo (soprano) and John Elam (pno.) at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States, on 20.9.2015.

Five piano compositions | Pet klavirnich skladeb. 1931-32.
Premiered by Milada Blahova at the Brno Conservatory on 18.4.1932. Tempo di menuetto and Tempo di marcia funebre were performed by Jarmila Ceskova at the ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno on 11.12.2002; Tempo di menuetto was performed by Marie Novakova at the ZUS Bohuslava Martinu in Policka on 17.5.2005 and by Marketa Toufarova at the ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralove Pole on 9.11.2005. Performed by Virginia Eskin at the Keene State College in New Hampshire, United States, on 5.3. 2007, and live in the WGBH Radio 89.7 studio in Boston, Massachusetts, United States, on 6.3.2007, with repeat broadcast on 10.3.2007. Cantabile and Tempo di Marcia Funebre were performed by Virginia Eskin at the Monadnock Music Festival in Peterborough, New Hampshire, United States, on 2.8.2007. All five pieces were performed by Virginia Eskin at the Lennox Club, Lennox, MA, United States, on 27.10.2007. Eskin's recording of the pieces (Koch 2008) was broadcast on WNYC in New York on 21.7.2008 and on WGBH in Brighton, MA, United States, on 5.8.2008. The 2008 Koch recording was broadcast by KMFA Austin, Texas, United States, during the Into the Light program on 5.10.2008, by Radio Vara 4, Holland, on 30.11.2008 and 16.1.2009, and by Radio Slovenija 3 (Ars), Slovenia, on 15.2.1010. Performed live by Virginia Eskin at the Beth El Temple Center in Belmont, MA, United States on 25.1.2009. Performed by Ladislav Dolezel at the Brno Conservatory on 19.1.2015; by Annie Jeng at the Kapralova Festival in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 24.9.2015; Cantabile moderato, performed by Virginia Eskin (Koch 2008 recording), was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 1 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 12.10.2015; Eskin's performance of Tempo di Minuetto was broadcast during the Episode 2 of the BBC Radio 3 program on Kapralova on 13.10.2015.

Suite en miniature, op. 1. Chamber orchestra. 1935.
Premiered by Brno Radiojournal Ensemble conducted by Theodor Schaefer on Brno Radiojournal on 7.2.1936. Other performances: 12.8.1937 in Zlin (conductor A. Kyncl); radio broadcast in March 1938; on 14.4. 1939 in Prague; recorded by Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno conducted by Jiri Pinkas (1961) for Czech Radio (Studio Brno) and broadcast on 4.2.1965 by the Brno Radio; recorded by Pilsen Radio Orchestra and Josef Blacky (1974) and by Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic Orchestra of Zlin conducted by Rostislav Haliska (1976) for the Brno Radio. The Czech Symphony Orchestra's recording was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 (Vltava) on 2.9.2003 and 27.9.2005. The Pilsen Radio Orchestra's recording was broadcast on 8.11.2003 as part of the Czech Radio documentary Vitezslava Kapralova [1915-1940], and the Zlin Philharmonic Orchestra's recording was broadcast on 19.2.2005 during the program Klasika. "Pastorale," performed by Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno with Jiri Pinkas (1961), was broadcast during the program "Moravske hudebni rody" by Czech Radio 3 on 6.3.2007 and 7.3.2007. The Pilsen Radio Orchestra and Josef Blacky's recording was broadcast during the Componist van de week program by Vara Radio 4 (Hilversum, the Netherlands) on 12.6.2007. Performance by Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic with Rostislav Haliska was broadcast by Czech Radio (Studio Brno) on 5.4.2009, 11.6.2009 and 14.1.2010. Performance of the Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno conducted by Jiri Pinkas was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 23.4.2012. Performance by Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic conducted by Rostislav Haluska was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 (Vltava) on 16.6.2015. Performance of Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno conducted by Jiri Pinkas was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 2 of the Composer of the Week, dedicated to Vitezslava Kapralova, on 13.10.2015. Performed by University Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kenneth Kiesler at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, United States, on 9.12.2015.

Funeral march | Smutecni pochod, op. 2. Piano. 1932.
Premiered by Milada Blahova at the Brno Conservatory on 18.4.1932. Broadcast on 17.6.1946 by the Brno Radio. Orchestrated by conductor Richard Thierjung in 1945. Premiered by Richard Thierjung and Helfertovo orchestralni sdruzeni in Brno on 11.2.1946.

Legend | Legenda, op. 3/1. Violin and piano. 1932.
Premiered by Jan Lorenc and Frantisek Jilek at the Brno Conservatory on 9.5.1933. Other performances: Ludvik Kundera and Josef Muzika at a concert featuring the music by Czech women composers in Brno on 20.4.1937; by Jan Marek (violin) and Vera Canova (pno.) at AMU, Prague, on 9.12.1955; by Kanako Endo (violin) and Mari Tokuda (pno.) on 6.6.1999 in Tokyo; by Iva Fleischhansova (violin) and Clare Clements (pno.) on 24.3.2000 in Liverpool, United Kingdom and on 9.4.2000 in Leicester, United Kingdom; by Iva Fleischhansova (violin) and Mariko Terashi-Boyer (pno.) on 27.9. 2000 in Southport, United Kingdom; by Antonin Kubalek and Gerard Kantarjian (violin) on 6.10.2000 at the Arts and Letters Club in Toronto, Canada; by Iva Fleischhansova (violin) and Jacqueline Metcalfe on 5.4.2001 in St. Mary-le-Bow, Cheapside, London, United Kingdom; by Iva Fleischhansova (violin) and Jacqueline Metcalfe on 21.4.2001 in Stoneyacre, Foxholes Rd., Horwich, and on 15.7.2001 in Merlin Theatre, Sheffield, United Kingdom; by Stephen Shipps (violin) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the "Anniversary Concert" at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music, United States, on 24.1.2002. Broadcast on UMTV (U of Michigan) Channel 22 on 22.2.2002 at 18:00. Repeat broadcasts: 24.2.2002 at 21:00, 27.2.2002 at 21:00, 28.2.2002 at 19:00, 22.3.2002 at 19:00, 25.3.2002 at 20:00, 27.3.2002 at 21:00, 31.3.2002 at 19:00, 17.6.2002 at 19:30, 20.6.2002 at 22:30, 8.7.2002 at 20:00, 14.7.2002 at 18:00, 25.7.2002 at 18:00, 30.7.2002 at 18:00, 15.8.2002 at 19:00, 26.8.2002 at 22:00, 4.5.2003 at 9:00, 5.5.2003 at 11:00, 6.5.2003 at 2:00 and 16:00, 31.5.2003 at 21:00, 1.6.2003 at 11:00, 2.6.2003 at 2:00 and 16:00, 7.7.2003 at 17:00, 8.7.2003 at 7:00 and 22:00, 9.7.2003 at 12:00, 17.3.2003 at 20:00, 18.7.2003 at 10:00, and 19.7.2003 at 1:00 and 15:00. Performed by Iva Fleischhansova (violin) and Jacqueline Metcalf (pno.) in Greenwich, United Kingdom, on 13.7.2002, Harlaxton Summer Festival (United Kingdom) on 19.7.2002, in Greenwich, UK, on 8.6.2003, and in Decin on 15.10.2003; by Iva Fleischhansova and Mariko Terashi in Leicester, UK, on 4.3.2004. The 2003 recording of the work by Iva Fleischhansova and Jacqueline Metcalf was broadcast by Radio Vltava on 23.3.2004. The "Anniversary Concert" performance of the work (University of Michigan, 24.1.2002) was broadcast on "Ann Arbor Alive" in Michigan, United States, on 5.5. and 8.5.2004. Performed by Iva Fleischhansova (violin) and Mariko Terashi (pno.) at St. Andrew Church in Rugby, UK on 12.10. 2004, and at the Leicester University, UK, on 14.10.2004; by Jacobien Rozemond (violin) and Marja Bon (pno.) at the Jagthuis Festival in Nederhost den Berg, The Netherlands, on 26.5.2006; by Laura Kobayashi (violin) and Susan Gray (pno.) at the 2006 National Conference of the Society of Composers, University of Texas, San Antonio, USA, on 16.9.2006. Performed by Jacobien Rozemond (violin) and Marja Bon (pno.) at the Amstelkerk in Amsterdam on 20.3.2007. Performance by Jacobien Rozemond (violin) and Marcel Worms (pno.) was broadcast by Radio Vara 4, the Netherlands, on 27.2.2008. Performance by Stephanie Chase (violin) and Virginia Eskin (pno.) (Koch Records 2008) was broadcast by CKWR in Waterloo, Canada, on 19.5.2008, by WITF Harrisburg, PA, United States, on 15.7.2008, by WNYC New York City on 16.11.2008, and by Vara Radio 4 in the Netherlands on 16.1.2009. Performed by Iva Fleischhansova-Butler (violin) and Tomas Visek (pno.) in Atrium na Zizkove, Prague, on 26.11.2008; performed in Letohrad on 29.11.2008 (performers unknown). Broadcast by Radio Slovenija 3 (Ars) on 15.2.1010 in Slovenia, by 4MBS Classic FM in Queensland, Australia on 10.9.2012, and by CKWR Waterloo, Canada on 26.11.2012. Performed by Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio (violin) and Kathryn Michell (pno.) in Westlake Highlands, Texas, United States, on 23.11. and 24.11.2014; by Stepan Graffe (violin) and Renata Bielasova (pno.) at the Brno Conservatory on 19.1.2015; by Irena Herajnova (violin) and Marketa Janackova (pno.) in Rudolfinum, Prague, on 21.1.2015 - their performance was recorded and broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 25.1.2015. Performed by Stephen Shipps (violin) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 26.9.2015. Stephanie Chase's and Virginia Eskin's performance recorded by Koch in 2008 was broadcast by the BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 1 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 12.10.2015. Performed by Robert Zimansky (violin) and Saya Hashino (pno.) at the Allgemeine Lesegesellschaft in Basel, Switzerland, on 2.12.2015, and at the Lyceum Club International in Geneva, Switzerland, on 3.12.2015.

Burlesque | Burleska, op. 3/2. Violin and piano. 1932.
Premiered by Jan Lorenc and Frantisek Jilek at the Brno Conservatory on 9.5.1933. Other performances: Marta Kusa and V. Simek in Bratislava at the evening of Czechoslovak women composers on 4.3.1937; Josef Muzika and Ludvik Kundera at a concert featuring the music by Czech women composers in Brno on 20.4.1937; Jan Sedivka (violin) at the Sorbonne University in Paris in March 1939; Antonin Moravec (violin) and Milan Masa (pno.) at an anniversary concert organized by the Czechoslovak Women's Union in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 1.6.1950; Josef Dolezal and Jan Erml for the Brno Radio in 1955; Jan Marek (violin) and Vera Canova (pno.) at AMU, Prague, on 9.12.1955; Iva Fleischhansova (violin) and Mariko Terashi-Boyer (pno.) in Southport, UK on 27.9.2000; Gerard Kantarjian (violin) and Antonin Kubalek (pno.) at the Arts and Letters Club in Toronto, Canada, on 6.10.2000; Iva Fleischhansova (violin) and Jacqueline Metcalfe (pno.) in St. Mary-le-Bow, Cheapside, London, UK on 5.4.2001; Iva Fleischhansova (violin) and Jacqueline Metcalfe (pno.) in Stoneyacre, Foxholes Rd., Horwich on 21.4.2001, and in Merlin Theatre, Sheffield, UK on on 15.7.2001; Stephen Shipps (violin) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the "Anniversary Concert" at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music, Ann Arbor, United States, on 24.1.2002. Broadcast on UMTV (U of Michigan) Channel 22 on 22.2.2002 at 18:00. Repeat broadcasts: 24.2.2002 at 21:00, 27.2.2002 at 21:00, 28.2.2002 at 19:00, 22.3.2002 at 19:00, 25.3.2002 at 20:00, 27.3.2002 at 21:00, 31.3.2002 at 19:00, 17.6.2002 at 19:30, 20.6.2002 at 22:30, 8.7.2002 at 20:00, 14.7.2002 at 18:00, 25.7.2002 at 18:00, 30.7.2002 at 18:00, 15.8.2002 at 19:00, 26.8.2002 at 22:00, 4.5.2003 at 9:00, 5.5.2003 at 11:00, 6.5.2003 at 2:00 and 16:00, 31.5.2003 at 21:00, 1.6.2003 at 11:00, 2.6.2003 at 2:00 and 16:00, 7.7.2003 at 17:00, 8.7.2003 at 7:00 and 22:00, 9.7.2003 at 12:00, 17.3.2003 at 20:00, 18.7.2003 at 10:00, and 19.7.2003 at 1:00 and 15:00. Performed by Iva Fleischhansova (violin) and Jacqueline Metcalf (pno.) in Greenwich on 13.7.2002, at Harlaxton Summer Festival (UK) on 19.7.2002, in Greenwich on 8.6.2003, and in Decin, Czech Republic on 15.10.2003. The "Anniversary Concert" performance (University of Michigan, 24.1.2002) was broadcast on "Ann Arbor Alive" in Michigan on 5.5. and 8.5.2004. Iva Fleischhansova (violin) and Mariko Terashi (pno.) at St. Andrew Church in Rugby, UK, on 12.10.2004, and at the Leicester University, UK on 14.10.2004. Laura Kobayashi (violin) and Susan Keith Gray (pno.) at the Women and Creativity Conference, West Virginia University, USA, on 15.10. 2004, at the Music Teachers National Association conference in Seattle, USA, on 5.4.2005, and at Denison University, Ohio, USA, on 30.10.2005, at the American String Teachers Association National Conference in Kansas City, USA, on 9.3.2006; performed by Irena Bezdickova (violin) and Jarmila Ceskova (pno.) at the ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 11.4.2005. Performance by Jan Erml (pno.) and Josef Dolezal (violin), recorded in 1955 for the Brno Radio, was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 17.1.2007, and by Vara Radio 4 (Hilversum, the Netherlands) during the Componist van de week program on 11.6.2007. The 2008 Koch Records recording (Chase, Eskin) was broadcast by KMFA Austin, Texas, USA, during the Into the Light program on 5.10.2008, by WGBH Boston, USA, during the Classics in the Morning program on 7.11.2008 and on 6.2.2009, by WNYC New York City on 16.11.2008, by Vara Radio 4 in the Netherlands on 16.1.2009, and by Radio Slovenija 3 (Ars) in Slovenia, on 15.2.1010. Lubomir Cermak's performance, recorded by the Czech Radio (Studio Brno) was broadcast during the Klasika na CRo Brno program by Radio Brno on 5.4.2009. Koch Records' recording of Burlesque was broadcast on classical24publicradio.org on 14.8.2010. A Czech Radio recording of Burlesque was broadcast on Czech Radio 3 (Vltava) on 21.9.2010 (performers unknown). Koch Records' recording of Burlesque, performed by Stephanie Chase (violin) and Virginia Eskin (pno.) was broadcast by Radio Vara 4, the Netherlands, on 8.3.2012, and by CKWR Waterloo, Canada, on 26.11.2012. Performed by Richard Kruzik (violin) and Ladislav Dolezel (pno.) at the Brno Conservatory on 19.1.2015; by Irena Herajnova (violin) and Marketa Janackova (pno.) in Rudolfinum, Prague, on 21.1.2015 - their performance was recorded and broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 25.1.2015. Performed by Stephen Shipps (violin) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, on 26.9.2015. Stephanie Chase's and Virginia Eskin's performance recorded by Koch in 2008 was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 1 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 12.10.2015. Performed by Robert Zimansky (violin) and Saya Hashino (pno.) at the Allgemeine Lesegesellschaft in Basel, Switzerland, on 2.12.2015, and at the Lyceum Club International in Geneva, Switzerland, on 3.12.2015.

Two songs | Dve pisne, op. 4. Voice and piano. 1932.
Premiered by Milada Musilova and Frantisek Vrana at a private concert of the Brno Conservatory on 5.12.1933. Other performances: Milada Musilova and Frantisek Vrana at the concert of the Brno Conservatory in Besedni dum, Brno on 1.6.1934. "Jitro" (Morning), performed by Dana Buresova and Timothy Cheek (Supraphon 2003), was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 3.2.2004. Performed by Rachal Solomon and Janna Vinson (pno.) at the University of Michigan, USA, on 21.3.2004; by Rachal Solomon and Timothy Cheek at the Northside Presbyterian Church in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, on 4.4.2004; the 2003 Supraphon recording of "Jitro" was broadcast by the CBC Radio 2 during The Singer and the Song program, on 6.2. 2005 and 26.6. 2005, and by the Czech Radio 3 during the program Slovo o hudbe on 1.6.2005. The Supraphon recording of the songs was broadcast by Vara Radio 4, Hilversum, Holland, during the program Componist van de week: Vitezslava Kapralova on 11.6.2007, and by FM98 CKWR Waterloo, Canada, on 21.4.2008. Performed by Kara Douglas (soprano) and Joseph Fuller (pno.) at the First Baptist Church in Bay City, Texas, USA, on 29.11.2008. "Osirely" (Orphaned)(arr.for harp) was performed by Barbora Polaskova (mezzosoprano) and Katerina Englichova (harp) on 14.12.2010 at the Church of St. Simon and St. Judas in Prague. "Jitro" was performed by Teiya Kasahara (soprano) and Tina Chang (pno.) during the final round of the 11th Czech and Slovak International Voice Competition at the Chapelle historique du Bon Pasteur in Montreal, Canada, on 26.11.2011. "Osirely" was performed by Justin Berkowitz (tenor) and Emily Lai (pno.) at the University of Michigan, USA, on 15.3.2012 and on 17.4.2012; "Osirely" was performed by Cristina Castaldi (soprano) and Fangfei Chen (pno.) at the Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA, on 4.4.2012. "Jitro" was performed by Teyia Kasahara and Maikai Nash (pno.) at the Canadian Music Competition (Provincial Finals) at the George Ignatieff Theatre, University of Toronto, Canada, on 7.5.2012. Performed by Christine Jay (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Oberlin Concervatory, USA, on 27.1.2013. Performed by Anne Gross (soprano) and Melissa Loehnig (pno.) at Whitman College, Walla Walla, USA, on 2.2.2013, and as part of the Eastern Oregon University Recital Series in La Grande United Methodist Church, La Grande, Oregon, USA, on 17.2.2013. "Jitro" was performed by Leann Schuering (soprano) and Julien LeBlanc (pno.) at the semifinals of the 12th International Czech and Slovak Voice Competition in Montreal, Canada, on 3.10.2013, and by Isabelle Leclerc and Natalya Matyusheva (soprano) and Julien LeBlanc (pno.) at the finals of the same competition in Montreal, Canada, on 4.10.2013. "Jitro" was performed by Natalie Doran and Cesar Canon; and "Osirely" was performed by Marina Hogue and Brian Locke, at the University of Michigan, USA, on 19.3.2014. Performed by Kylie Toomer and Jessica Paul at the Luther College in Iowa, United States, on 30.3.2014. "Jitro" was performed by Leann Schuering and Nicholas Shaneyfelt at Kerrytown Concert House in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, on 10.4.2014. "Jitro" was performed by Lambroula Maria Pappas and David Bergeron at Place des Arts in Coquitlam, BC, Canada, on 15.11.2014, and at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, on 19.11.2014. Performed by Ingrid Mikolajczyk and Nicholas Hutchinson at the DePaul University School of Music in Chicago, Illinois, USA, on 14.12.2014; by Hana Skarkova (soprano) and Milan Bialas (pno.) at the Brno Conservatory on 19.1.2015. "Osirely" was performed by Nathan Shiu (tenor) and Steven Damouni (pno.) at the Washington State University School of Music, USA, on 10.2.2015. Performed by Julia Farbstein (soprano) and Thomas Bandy (pno.) at Oberlin Conservatory of Music, USA, on 19.3.2015. "Jitro" was performed by Kylie Toomer (soprano) and Jessica Paul (pno.) at the Luther college in IoWa, United States, on 7.5.2015. The cycle was performed by Leslie Bickle (soprano) at the provincial Finals of the Canadian Music Competition at the University of Toronto, Canada, on 21.5.2015. Performed by Mysti Byrnes (sopano) and Blair Salter (pno.) during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall at the University of Michigan School of Music in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 21.9.2015. Performed by Kripa Nageshwar (soprano) and William Shookhoff (pno) during the Nocturnes in the City series at the St. Wenceslauss Church in Toronto, Canada, on 4.10.2015. "Jitro" was performed by Mysti Byrnes (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) and "Osirely" was performed by Ingrid Israel Mikolajczyk (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the 13th Czech and Slovak Voice Competition at the University of Wisconsin, United States, on 10.10.2015. "Jitro" was performed by Alina Murcar (soprano) and Elena Panchenko (pno.) at the Washington State University Faculty of Music in Pullman, WA, United states, on 13.10.2015. "Jitro' was performed by Emily Volz (soprano) and Terree Shofner-Emrich (pno.) at the North Park University in Chicago, United States, on 16.12.2015.

Sparks from ashes | Jiskry z popele, op. 5. Voice and piano. 1932-33.
Premiered by Freda Herseth (mezzosoprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music, Ann Arbor, MI, United States, on 24.1.2002. Broadcast on UMTV (U of Michigan TV) Channel 22, on 22.2.2002 at 18:00. Repeat broadcasts: 24.2.2002 at 21:00, 27.2.2002 at 21:00, 28.2.2002 at 19:00, 22.3.2002 at 19:00, 25.3.2002 at 20:00, 27.3.2002 at 21:00, 31.3.2002 at 19:00, 17.6.2002 at 19:30, 20.6.2002 at 22:30, 8.7.2002 at 20:00, 14.7.2002 at 18:00, 25.7.2002 at 18:00, 30.7.2002 at 18:00, 15.8.2002 at 19:00, 26.8.2002 at 22:00, 4.5.2003 at 9:00, 5.5.2003 at 11:00, 6.5.2003 at 2:00 and 16:00, 31.5.2003 at 21:00, 1.6.2003 at 11:00, 2.6.2003 at 2:00 and 16:00, 7.7.2003 at 17:00, 8.7.2003 at 7:00 and 22:00, 9.7.2003 at 12:00, 17.3.2003 at 20:00, 18.7.2003 at 10:00, and 19.7.2003 at 1:00 and 15:00. The "Anniversary Concert" performance of the cycle (recorded at the University of Michigan on 24.1.2002) was broadcast during the "Ann Arbor Alive" program in Michigan, USA, on 5.5. and 8.5.2004. "Ty stare pisne" (Those old melodies), "Jak na hedvabny mech" (Like on silk moss) and "O, zustan jeste" (Oh, stay yet) were broadcast during the program Slovo o hudbe by the Czech Radio 3 on 1.6.2005; the 2003 Supraphon recording of the cycle was broadcast by Vara Radio 4, Hilversum, the Netherlands, during their Componist van de week program on 13.6.2007 and in a repeat broadcast on 15.8.2007. "Jak na hedvabny mech" was performed by Tena Greene (soprano) and Karen Sams (pno.) at the University of North Carolina at Asheville, USA, on 9.11.2008 and 13.11.2008. "Ty stare pisne" and "A tahnou myslenky teskne" (arr. for harp) were performed by Barbora Polaskova (mezzosoprano) and Katerina Englichova (harp) on 14.12.2010 at the Church of St. Simon and St. Judas in Prague. The complete cycle was performed by Whitney-Leigh Sloan and Sylvia Shadick-Taylor (pno.) at the Timms Center for the Arts in Edmonton, Canada, on 30.4.2012; "Ty stare pisne" was performed by Maureen Ferguson (mezzosoprano) and Grant Jones (pno.) at the University of Michigan, USA, on 15.5.2012. "Ty stare pisne" was performed by Kate Nodolny and Michale Sherman at the University of Michigan School of Music, USA, on 19.3.2014. The cycle was performed by Hana Skarkova (soprano) and Milan Bialas (pno.) at the Brno Conservatory on 19.1.2015. Performed by Emily Smokovich (mezzo) and John Elam (pno.) during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall at the University of Michigan School of Music in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 21.9.2015. "Jak na hedvabny mech" and "O zustan jeste" were performed by Kripa Nageshwar (soprano) and William Shookhoff (pno.) during the Nocturnes in the City series at the St. Wenceslauss Church in Toronto, Canada, on 4.10.2015. Dana Buresova's and Timothy Cheek's performance recorded by Supraphon was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 2 of the Composer of the Week program dedicated to Kapralova on 13.10.2015. "Ty stare pisne" was performed by Eva Benesova (soprano) and Martina Mergentalova (pno.) in Kromeriz on 20.10.2015. "A tahnou myslenky teskne" was performed by Monika Machovicova (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the MasterClass for Singers at the Palffy Palace in Prague on 6.11.2015, and at the Prague Conservatory on 9.11.2015.

January | Leden. Soprano/tenor and flute, piano, two violins, and violoncello. 1933.
Premiered by Caroline Helton (soprano), Amy Porter (flute), Stephen Shipps and Andrew Jennings (violin), Anthony Elliott (violoncello), and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music, Ann Arbor, United States, on 19.1.2003. The 2003 Supraphon recording, featuring the members of the Herold Quartet and flutist Magda Caslavova, was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 3.2.2004 and by Dutch Radio 4 during the ZaterdagMatinee program on 15.10.2005. Performed by Irene Maessen, Eleonore Pameijer, Marijke van Kooten, Jacobien Rozemond, Michael Stirling and Marcel Worms at the Uilenburger Synagoge, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on 14.5.2007; the 2003 Supraphon recording was broadcast by Vara Radio 4 (Hilversum, the Netherlands) during the Componist van de week program on 11.6.2007. Performed by Angela Peterson (soprano), Yuka Hayashi (flute), Veronika Mojzesova, Petr Mojzes (violin), Pavel Cadek (violoncello) and Janet DeMoss (pno.) at the Ameropa Chamber Music Festival in Prague on 28.7.2007 and 29.7.2007. Performed by Lorraine Yaros Sullivan (mezzosoprano), Nina Assimakopoulos (flute), Vasile Beluska and Penny Thompson Kruse (violins), Alan Smith (violoncello) and Kevin Bylsma (pno.) at the Bryan Hall, Bowling Green State University, Ohio, United States, on 3.2.2008. The 2003 Supraphon recording was broadcast by CKWR Waterloo, Canada, on 21.4.2008. Performed by the Juventus Collegium FOK at the Church of St. Simon and Judas in Prague on 14.4.2009. Performed by Michelle Latour (soprano), Jennifer Grim (flute), Weiwei Le (violin), Andrew Smith (violoncello) and Barbara Riske (pno.) at the faculty recital at the Beam Music Centre, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA, on 24.3.2010. Supraphon's recording of the song, performed by Dana Buresova (soprano), Magda Caslavova (flute), Timothy Cheek (pno.) and the members of the Harold Quartet, was broadcast by WRPB Princeton, USA, on 18.1.2012 and by Sverigesradio during Klassisk morgon on 7.1.2015. Performed by Hana Skarkova (soprano), Kristina Vaculova (flute), Stepan Graffe and Richard Kruzik (violins), Michal Hreno (violoncello), and Ladislav Dolezel (pno.) at the Brno Conservatory on 19.1.2015; by Marketa Bohmova (soprano), Karolina Brunova (flute), Rozalie Vesela and Anna Licmanova (violins), Pavel Kopcil (violoncello) and Veronika Bilkova (pno) in Brno on 10.3.2015. Performed by Augusta Caso (mezzo), Gina Luciani (flute), Luanne Homzy and Hanbyul Jang (violins), Peter Myers (violoncello) and Javier Arrebola (pno.) at the SongFest in Los Angeles, California, on 7.6.2015. Performed by Caroline Helton (soprano), Taya Tarasevich (flute), Stephen Shipps and Andrew Jennings (violins), Andrew Bader (violoncello) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 26.9.2015. Magda Caslavova (flute) and Herold Quartet's performance recorded by Supraphon was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 2 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 13.10.2015.

Sonata appassionata, op. 6. Piano. 1933.
Premiered by Frantisek Jilek at the concert of the Brno Conservatory in Besedni dum in Brno on 1.6.1934. Performed by Virginia Eskin at the Keene State College in New Hampshire, on March 5, 2007 and live at the WGBH Radio 89.7 studio in Boston, Massachusetts on 6.3.2007. Performed by Virginia Eskin at the Monadnock Music Festival in Peterborough, New Hampshire, on 2.8.2007. Eskin's performance [Koch Records] was broadcast by Radio Vara 4, The Netherlands, on 19.9.2008, and by the Czech Radio 3 (Vltava) on 27.4.2009. Alice Rajnohova's recording of the sonata was premiered in the same Czech Radio 3 broadcast on 27.4.2009. 1st movement of the sonata was performed by Renata Bialasova at the concert of the Moravian Composers Club in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 5.10.2009. Performed by Alice Rajnohova at the Czech Female President Society conference in Kounicky Palace in Prague on 27.10.2009, and at the Janacek Academy of Performing Arts in Brno on 26.03.2010; performed by Renata Bialasova at the concert of the Bohuslav Martinu Society in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 12.4.2010. Performed by Alice Rajnohova at a gala concert in Besedni dum in Brno on 13.12.2011 - this performance was recorded and broadcast on 14.12.2011 during the radio program Studio Live from Brno by Czech Radio 3 (Vltava). Recorded by Alice Rajnohova in June 2011 at the Congress Centre in Zlin and released on CD by Radioservis in December 2011. The recording was broadcast on 12.4.2012 by the Czech Radio 3 during the Matine z Brna s Janem Hlavacem. Koch Records' recording of the sonata, performed by Virginia Eskin, was broadcast by Radio Vara 4 in the Netherlands on 23.11.2012. The Czech Radio's recording of Sonata Appassionata, performed by Alice Rajnohova, was broadcast by Radio France on 28.12.2012. Koch Records' recording of Sonata appassionata, featuring Virginia Eskin, was broadcast by 4 MBS Classics in Queensland, Australia on 21.12.2013. Performed by Alice Rajnohova at the Brno Conservatory on 19.1.2015. Performance by Marketa Janackova at Rudolfinum on 21.1.2015 was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 25.1.2015. Performed by Cole Anderson during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall at the University of Michigan School of Music in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 24.9.2015. Virginia Eskin's performance recorded by Koch was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 2 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 13.10.2015. Performed by Alice Rajnohova during the Kapralova Symposium at the Allgemeine Lesegesellschaft in Basel, Switzerland, on 28.11.2015.

Piano concerto in D Minor | Klavirni koncert d-moll, op. 7. 1934-35.
First movement premiered by Prof. Ludvik Kundera at the graduation concert of the Brno Conservatory, at the Stadion Hall in Brno on 17.6.1935. Complete work was first performed in the Brno Radiojournal by Ludvik Kundera and the Brno Radio Orchestra, with the composer conducting, on 15.10.1936. Other performances: broadcast by the Prague Radio in Feb. 1940; Ludvik Kundera (pno.) and Pesat (conductor) in Moravska Ostrava on 10.2.1940 and possibly in March 1940; Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOCR) with Karel Ancerl (conductor) and Berta Rixova-Kabelacova (pno.) in Prague Radio broadcasts on 2.1.1946 and 14.2.1946; in the Brno Radio broadcast on 24.9.1947; in Olomouc on 8.1.1948; Ludvik Kundera (pno.) and Moravian Philharmonic (?) with Frantisek Stupka (conductor) in Brno on 22.3.1948; on 25.9.1948 (performers and location unknown). Performed by Jan Erml (pno.) and the Brno Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Otakar Trhlik, was broadcast by the Brno Radio in Feb. 1954. Performed by Mirka Pokorna and the Czech Philharmonic, conducted by Karel Ancerl, in Rudolfinum's Dvorak Hall in Prague on 7., 8., and 9. 12.1955. Performed by Tomas Visek (pno.) and the Prague Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Martin Turnovsky, at the Smetana Hall of Obecni dum in Prague on 5.5.2010 and 6.5.2010, and broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 17.7.2010. Performed by Alice Rajnohova and the Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic, conducted by Tomas Hanus, at the House of Arts in Zlin, Czech Republic on 25.11.2010. The recording of the performance, released by Radioservis in December 2011, was broadcast by CKWR Waterloo, Canada on 9.1.2012, by the Czech Radio 3 during the program Matine z Brna s Janem Hlavacem on 13.4.2012, by WRPB Princeton, United States on 6.6.2012, by 4MBS Classic FM in Brisbane, Australia on 24.12.2012, and by the Radio France on 28.12.2012. Allegro, performed by Alice Rajnohova and the Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic, conducted by Tomas Hanus, was broadcast during Musique et autres muses: Vitulka Kapralova, a two-hour radio documentary produced by RTBF Radio MUSIQ3 (Belgium) on 2.1.2013 and 4.1.2013. The Radioservis CD recording of the Concerto, performed by Alice Rajnohova and the Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic, conducted by Tomas Hanus, was broadcast by Radio 4MBS Classic FM in Australia on 1.5.2014, and by Sverigesradio during Klassisk morgon on 7.1.2015. Performance by Tomas Visek (pno.), Prague Symphony Orchestra conducted by Martin Turnovsky was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 (Vltava) on 24.1.2015. Performed by Alice Rajnohova (pno.) and the Brno Philharmonic conducted by Olga Machonova Pavlu at the Janacek Opera House in Brno on 19.-20.2.2015 and premiere broadcast by Radio SRF 2 Kultur in Basel, Switzerland, on 12.4.2015, with a repeat broadcast by Czech Radio 3 (Vltava) on 15.6.2015. Performed by Amy Cheng (pno.) and the University Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kenneth Kiesler at the Kapralova Festival in Hill Auditorium in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 25.9.2015. Radioservis recording of Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Tomas Hanus, with Alice Rajnohova as soloist, was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 3 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 14.10.2015.

Two bouquets of flowers | Dve kyticky. Piano. 1935.
Premiered by Nicholas Susi at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States, on 24.9.2015.

String quartet | Smyccovy kvartet, op. 8. 1935-36.
Premiered by the Moravian Quartet in Brno on 5.10.1936. Other performances: Peska Quartet at a concert of the Pritomnost Society at the Grand Hall of Umelecka beseda on 14.4. 1939 in Prague, and at a concert in D 40 Theatre on 14.1.1940; Czechoslovak Quartet at a concert of the Pritomnost Society in Prague on 26.11.1945; Moravian Quartet at a concert organized by the Moravian Composers Club in Brno on 23.1.1946; Peska Quartet in Prague on 24.2.1947, 3.3.1947 and 4.3.1947; Streichquartett des Meininger Orchesters at the Klub der Kulturschaffenden in Meiningen on 17.10.1957; broadcast on 4.2.1965 on the Brno Radio; recorded by the Janacek Quartet in 1982 for the Brno Radio and released on compact disc by the Studio Matous label in 1998. Broadcast by De Concertzender Radio, Holland on 14.7. and 19.7.1999, and by Czech Radio 3 on 17.10.2000. Performed by the Hawthorne String Quartet at the Westport Point United Methodist Church, Massachusetts on 6.10.2000, at Kalliroscope Gallery, Groton, MA, on 13.11.2000, at the Kellogg Music Centre, Simon's Rock College, Great Barrington, MA, on 4.3.2001, at Boston College, MA, on 2.4.2001, and at the St. Barholomew's Church in Manhattan, New York on 7.5.2001. Performed by the Kapralova Quartet at Salon Bleu, Cercle Municipal, Luxembourg on 17.6.2001; Hawthorne String Quartet at the Benefit Concert of the Terezin Chamber Music Foundation at Copley Fairmont Hotel in Boston, MA, on 25.9.2001, and at the Boston College, MA, on 6.11.2001. Allegro con variazioni from the Luxembourg performance of the Kapralova Quartet was broadcast by Radio France on 4.3.2002. Hawthorne String Quartet at Boston College, MA on 22.04.2002; Kapralova Quartet at the Janacek's May Festival in Ostrava, Czech Republic on 26.5.2002, in Meissen, Germany on 9.6.2002, Tri Studne, Czech Republic on 14.9.2002, in the Czech Centre, Paris, France 4.12.2002, at the Nagoya International Chamber Music Festival, Japan on 10.6.2003, and at the International Music Festival in Cesky Krumlov on 8.8.2003. The Cesky Krumlov festival performance was recorded and broadcast on 25.8.2003 by the Czech Radio 3 and on 2.11.2004 by ABC FM Classic (Australia). The 1998 Studio Matous recording of the quartet's first movement was broadcast on 27.8.2003 on Czech Radio 3 as part of the 45-minute radio documentary Skladatelka a dirigentka Vitezslava Kapralova. Performed by the Kapralova Quartet at Kassel, Germany on 14.11.2003 and at Stadt Thun, Switzerland on 7.7.2004. The 1998 Studio Matous recording of the quartet was broadcast by WPRB in Princeton, as part of the Classical Discoveries program on 30.6.2004. Performed by the Kapralova Quartet at Mestska knihovna in Prague on 14.10.2004, in Medicine Hat in Alberta, Canada on 21.11.2004, at the concert of The Edmonton Chamber Music Society in Edmonton, Canada on 27.11.2004, at the FOK Chamber Series concert in Prague, Czech Republic on 30.11.2004, and in Ricany on 23.3.2005. Allegro con variazoni (Janacek Quartet recording) was broadcast during the program "Toulky Moravou" by the Czech Radio (Brno Studio) on 22.1.2005. The 1998 Studio Matous recording was broadcast during "Into the Light" radio program by KMFA 89.5, Austin, Texas on 8.4.2005 and webcast by KAMU FM, Austin, Texas, on 10.4.2005. Performed as a ballet at the National Theatre in Brno on 1.5. 2005; performed by the Kapralova Quartet at the Antonin Dvorak Festival in Vysoka u Pribrame, Czech Republic on 18.5.2005, at the Komponistinen und Ihr Werk Festival in Kassel, Germany on 19.11.2005, at St. Vavrinec Church in Prague on 23.3.2006, and at the Langnauer Kemmermusik Abende in Langnau, Switzerland on 27.4.2006. The 2006 ArcoDiva recording, featuring the Kapralova Quartet, was broadcast during the Czech Radio 3 program "Rondo" on 3.4.2006. The 1998 Studio Matous recording was broadcast during the "First Ladies of Music" program, scripted and hosted by Virginia Eskin, by WGBH Boston on 30.4.2006; by JPR Ashland, Oregon on 21.5.2006; by WFMT Chicago on 24.5.2006; and by KWAX, University of Oregon on 5.6.2006. Performed by the Kapralova Quartet in Landstejn, Czech Republic on 23.6.2006. The Janacek Quartet recording was broadcast by the Czech Radio (D-dur) in Prague on 24.7.2006. Performed by Kapralova Quartet in Zabreh na Morave, Czech Republic on 26.10. 2006; in Switzerland in October 2006. Performance by Janacek Quartet (1998 Studio Matous) was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 17.1.2007; performed by the Kapralova Quartet at the Prague Castle on 17.2.2007, at Karolinum on 29.3.2007, at the Czech Embassy in London on 17.5.2007, at the Holy Trinity Church in Leamington Spa, UK on 18.5.2007, at the Burlington Arts Centre, UK on 19.5.2007, and at the Merlin Theatre in Sheffield, UK on 20.5.2007. Lento and Allegro (1998 Studio Matous) was broadcast by Vara Radio 4 (Hilversum, the Netherlands) during the Componist van de week program on 11.6.2007. Performed by the Kapralova Quartet during the Styrian Festival in Graz, Austria on 26.7.2007. Their performance was broadcast live by Radio Österreich 1, and by the Czech Radio 3 on 13.1.2008. Performed by the Cuarteto Acimus at the Salon des Actos in Madrid, during the Congreso Internacional de Mujeres en el Arte, on 24.11.2007. Performed by the Kapralova Quartet at the Teatro Puccini in Merano, Italy on 8.2.2008 and at the Kulturverein Brixen, Italy on 9.2.2008. The Kapralova Quartet recording was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 on 19.2.2008. Con brio was performed by the Moravian Quartet at ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 25.2.2008. Performed by the Skampa Quartet in October 2008 at the Belfast Festival at Queens, Belfast, Northern Ireland, and broadcast during the BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert on 8.1.2009. The ArcoDiva recording of the quartet was broadcast on the Czech Radio (D-Dur) on 1.5.2009. Performed by the Kapralova Quartet at the Concentus Moraviae Festival in Kyjov-Milnice Castle on 1.6.2009; Skampa Quartet on 25.11.2009 at the Sage, Gateshead, United Kingdom on 14.1.2010; at the Turner Sims Concert Hall in Southampton, UK; and at the Vinterfestspill 2010 Chamber Music Festival in Roros, Norway on 11.3.2010. ArcoDiva's recording featuring the Kapralova Quartet was broadcast by CKWR Waterloo, Canada on 22.3.2010. Performed by the Skampa Quartet in Herleen, the Netherlands on 16.4.2010, and in Prague on 22.7.2010. Janacek Quartet's recording was broadcast by KCME in Colorado Springs on 25.4.2010. Performed by the Kapralova Quartet in Besedni dum in Brno on 28.11.2010, and at the St. Wenceslas Church in Toronto on 27.2.2011. Performed live by the Kapralova Quartet at the Festival international de quatuors a cordes du Luberon, France, on 18.8.2012, and broadcast by the Radio France on 28.12.2012. The 2012 Radioservis recording of the string quartet (the original, uncut version), performed by the Skampa Quartet, was broadcast by CKWR Waterloo, Canada on 26.11. 2012 and by WRPB Princeton, United States on 5.12.2012. Lento, performed by the Janacek Quartet, was broadcast during Musique et autres muses: Vitulka Kapralova, a two-hour radio documentary produced by RTBF Radio MUSIQ3 (Belgium) and broadcast on 2.1.2013 and 4.1.2013. The 2012 Radioservis (Czech Radio) recording with the Skampa Quartet was broadcast by Radio Vara 4 in Holland on 18.1.2013. Performed by the Skampa Quartet at Leamington Spa, UK on 13.2.2013. The 2012 Czech Radio recording, featuring Skampa Quartet, was broadcast by the CFSI Radio in Sault Spring Island, Canada on 13.10.2013. Performed by the Skampa Quartet at the City of Pilsen Gallery, Pilsen, Czech Republic on 19.11.2013. Performed by Benyones Qaurtet at the Kings Place in London, UK on 20.9.2014, and in the Kelso Old Parish Church in Kelso, UK on 23.11.2014. The 2012 recording by Skampa Quartet was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 22.1.2015, by Radio Proglas on 23.1.2015, by Czech Radio on 24.1.2015 and on 19.3.2015. Performed by Katalin Hercegh and susanne Berendes (violins), Joachim Schwarz (viola) and Wolfram Geiss (violoncello) during the Komponistinnen und Ihr Werk series in Kassel, Germany, on 27.3.2015. Skampa Quartet's recording (Radioservis, 2012) was broadcast on WFCF (Flagler College Radio) in St. Augustine, Florida, on 10.6.2015 and on WFWM in Frostburg, Maryland, on 12.6.2015. Performed by Stephen Shipps and Andrew Jennings (violins), Caroline Coade (viola) and Andrew Bader (violoncello) during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 26.9.2015. Performed by Aria Quartett at the Museum Kleines Klingental in Basel, Switzerland, on 30.9.2015. Radioservis recording of Con brio, performed by Skampa Quartet, was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 3 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 14.10.2015. Radioservis recording of Allegro con variazioni, performed by Skampa Quartet, was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 4 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 15.10.2015. Performance from 27.3. 2015 by Katalin Hercegh and Alexander Grotov (violins), Joachim Schwarz (viola) and Wolfram Geiss (violoncello) was broadcast on Deutschlandfunk Radio on 21.10.2015. Performed by Aria Quartet at the Bern Conservatory, Switzerland, on 25.11.2015.

Grotesque passacaglia | Groteskni passacaglia. Piano. 1935.
Premiere unknown. Performed by Marika Kasparova at the graduation concert of the Brno Conservatory on 2.5.2000, and at a concert organized by the Mayor of Tri Studne on 6.9.2000. Recorded by Tomas Visek at the Conservatory of Teplice (released on the CD Srdce na Vysocine, 2001) and broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 8.11.2003 as part of the 59-minute radio documentary Vitezslava Kapralova (1915-1940), on 21.1.2004 as part of the radio program Zeny slavnych muzu III, and on 12.1.2005 and 5.3.2008 as part of the radio program Akademie z Brna: Vitezslava Kapralova - Symfonieta zivota. Performed by Timothy Cheek in the Komponisten und Ihr Werk Series in Kassel, Germany on 19.11.2005. Performed by Christopher Hinterhuber at Concentus Moravie in Rajec-Jestrebi Castle on 18.6.2009. Performed by Renata Bialasova in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 12.4.2010. Tomas Visek's performance was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 during the repeat broadcast of the radio program Akademie z Brna: Vitezslava Kapralova - Symfonieta zivota on 16.6.2010. Performed by Dale Tsang-Hall at the Old First Church, San Francisco, CA on 5.4.2013, at the Foothil Presbyterian Church in San Jose, CA on 19.5.2013, and the Cafe Europa, Berkeley, CA on 17.10.2013. Performed by Dora Novakova-Wilmington at the Concentus Moraviae Festival in Rajec nad Svitavou on 5.6.2014; by Azariah Tan during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall at the University of Michigan School of Music in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 24.9.2015. Tomas Visek's performance and recording was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 3 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 14.10.2015.

Three pieces for piano | Tri klavirni kusy, op. 9. Piano. 1935.
Premiered by Karel Solc at a concert of the Pritomnost Society in Umelecka Beseda Hall in Prague on 23.10.1936. Other performances: Ludvik Kundera in Brno on 20.4.1937 at a concert featuring the music by Czech women composers; Ludvik Kundera in Brno Radio on 15.10.1937. "Prelude" and "Crab Canon" were performed by Renata Bialasova at the concert of the Bohuslav Martinu Society at the ZUS Vitezslavy Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 12.4.2010. The complete piano cycle was performed by Alice Rajnohova on 26.03.2010 at the Janacek Academy of Performing Arts in Brno and on 7.3.2011 at the ZUS Vitezslavy Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole. "Preludium" and "Scherzo Passacaglia" was performed by Alice Rajnohova at the Olomouc Conservatory, Olomouc, Czech Republic, on 21.07.2011. "Prelude" was performed by Alice Rajnohova at a gala concert in Besedni dum in Brno on 13.12.2011 - this performance was recorded and broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 14.12.2011 during the radio program Studio Live from Brno. Recorded by Alice Rajnohova in June 2011 at the Congress Centre in Zlin and released on CD by Radioservis in December 2011. The recording was broadcast on 12.4.2012 by the Czech Radio 3 during the radio program Matine z Brna s Janem Hlavacem. "Scherzo Passacaglia" was performed by Alice Rajnohova at the concert hall Sv. Duch in Krnov, Czech Republic on 19.11.2014 and at the Janacek International Festival Brno on 22.11.2014. The complete cycle was performed by Renata Bialasova at the Brno Conservatory on 19.1.2015. Performed by Siyuan Lin during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall at the University of Michigan School of Music in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 24.9.2015.

Apple from the lap | Jablko s klina, op. 10. Voice and piano. 1934-36.
Premiered by Masa Fleischerova and Ludvik Kundera (pno.) in Prague on 17.12.1936, at a concert organized by Pritomnost Society. Other performances: Masa Fleischerova and Ludvik Kundera on 20.4.1937 at a concert of music by Czech women composers in Brno; Jarmila Vavrdova in Prague Radio on 11.11.1937; Antonin Zlesak in Plzen on 20.10. 1948; Milada Gotthardova-Weinbergrova (soprano) and Ludmila Novotna (pno.) at an anniversary concert organized by the Czechoslovak Women's Union in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 1.6.1950; Milada Gotthardova-Weinbergrova and Jan Erml (pno.) on 23.1.1955 in Brno; Z. Lidmilova (soprano) and O. Petranova (pno.) at a concert organized by JAMU in collaboration with the Czechoslovak Composers Union in Brno on 24.1.1955; by Alena Nemcova (soprano) amd Milan Masa (pno.) at JAMU recital in Besedni dum in Brno on 16.1.1967; by Jaroslava Janska (voice) and Marta Vasko (pno.) at the ZUS Brno-Kralovo Pole concert on 16.10.1995; Beata Zadrapova and Renata Ardasevova (pno.) at the 4th Concentus Moraviae Festival in Ivancice on 28.6.1999. "Pisen na vrbovou pistalku" was performed by Tomas Visek (pno.) and Monika Splouchalova at a concert of renewed Pritomnost Society in Prague on 9.2.2000. The complete cycle was performed by Dana Campbell (soprano) and Axel Gremmelspacher (pno.) at the concert of Kapralova Society in the Arts and Letters Club in Toronto, Canada, on 6.10.2000; performed by Humiko Nishimatsu (mezzo-soprano) and Mari Tokuda (pno.) at a concert of Japan Martinu Association at Keuzon Hall, Tokyo, Japan, on 12.11.2000; by Jana Stefackova (soprano) and Sabina Vajdova (pno.) at a concert of ZUS Brno-Kralovo Pole on 13.11.2000; Hana Srubarova (voice) and Karel Jasa (pno.) at a JAMU concert in Brno on 30.1.2002; Marcia Porter (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the final doctoral voice recital at McIntosh Theatre, University of Michigan, USA, on 9.2.2002; "Ukolebavka" was performed by Jana Tetourova (mezzo-soprano) and Lenka Rihova (pno.) at the 12th edition of Music and Youth Festival in Liberec on 31.5.2002; Carola Emrich (mezzo-soprano) and Jonathan Kelly (pno.) at the Museum of the American Piano, New York City, on 21.4.2003; Carola Emrich Fisher (mezzo-soprano) and Sadie Danforth Brightman (pno.) at Longy School of Music, Cambridge, United States, on 19.5.2004, at Melrose Highlands Congregational Church in Melrose, MA, USA, on 29.5.2004, and at Middlebury College in Middlebury, MA, USA, on 3.6.2004. "Ukolebavka" (the 2003 Supraphon recording) was broadcast by Sveriges Radio P2 on 30.8. and 5.9. 2004. Performed by Katerina Andelova (voice) and Sarka Kralova (pno.) at the Janacek Academy of Music concert in Brno on 21.3.2005. "Lullaby" was performed by Kathleen Sullivan (soprano) and Thomas Bandy (pno.) at the Slavic Vocal Literature Class Recital, University of Michigan, USA, on 5.12.2005. Performed by Jana Stefackova (soprano) and Sabina Vajdova (pno.) at the Moravian Composers Club in Brno on 10.4.2006; by Anna Jelinkova (voice) and Marta Vaskova (pno.) at JAMU in Brno on 25.5.2007. The 2003 Supraphon recording was broadcast by Radio Vara 4, Hilversum, the Netherlands, during the Componist van de week program on 12.6.2007. Performed by Kara Douglas (soprano) and Joseph Fuller (pno.) at the First Baptist Church in Bay City, Texas, on 29.11.2008. Performed by the faculty and students of the Janacek Academy of Performing Arts in Brno on 16.2.2009. "Bezvetri" (arr. for harp) was performed by Barbora Polaskova (mezzo-soprano) and Katerina Englichova (harp) on 14.12.2010 in Prague, at the Church of St. Simon and St. Judas. The complete cycle was performed by Rachel Storlie (soprano) and Jessica Louise Paul (pno.) at the Luther College, Decorah, Iowa, USA, on 17.9.2011. "Ukolebavka" was performed by Rebekah Schweitzer (soprano) and Thomas Bandy (pno.) on 30.1.2012, at the Oberlin Conservatory in Ohio, USA, and by Antonina Chekhovskaya (soprano) and Grant Jones (pno.) at the University of Michigan, USA, on 14.2. 2012. "Bezvetri" was performed by Katherine Sanford [(mezzo-soprano) and Grant Jones (pno.) at the University of Michigan, USA, on 15.3.2012. The complete cycle was performed by Marta Herman [(mezzo-soprano) and Tim Cheung (pno.) at the Nocturnes in the City recital at the St. Wenceslas Church, Toronto, Canada, on 25.3.2012. "Ukolebavka" was performed by Heather Gardner (soprano) and Ji Hea Hwang (pno.) at the Rutgers University in New Jersey, USA, on 4.4.2012 and on 25.4.2012. "Jarni pout" (the 2003 Supraphon recording featuring Dana Buresova and Timothy Cheek) was broadcast as part of the two-hour radio documentary Musique et autres muses: Vitulka Kapralova produced by RTBF Radio MUSIQ3, Belgium, on 2.1.2013 and 4.1.2013. "Lullaby" was performed by Angela Nieman (soprano) and Brian Locke (pno.) at the University of Michigan School of Music, USA, on 10.2.2014. "Ukolebavka" and "Bezvetri" were performed by Pavla Svestkova (soprano) and Marketa Janackova (pno.) at the Bedrich Smetana Museum in Prague on 14.2.2014. supraphon recorded performance by Dana Buresova and Timothy Cheek was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 27.3.2014. Selection from op. 10 was performed by Dagmar Saskova (mezzo-soprano) and Vendula Urbanova at the Czech Centre in Paris on 27.5.2014. "Ukolebavka" was performed by Genevieve Thiers and Timothy Cheek at the Moravian Master Class Graduates Recital in Namest nad Oslavou, Czech Republic on 13.8.2014. Performed by Katherine Calcamuggio and Saori Chiba at the Northbrook Public Library in Northbrook, Illinois, on 5.9.2014. "Jarni pout" was performed by Chaazi and Jiri Levicek at the 49th International Antonin Dvorak Singing Competition in Karlovy Vary on 17.11.2014. The Supraphon recording of the cycle, performed by Dana Buresova and Timothy Cheek, was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 during the program Music Forum on 11.12.2014. Performed by Jana Tajovska Krajcovicova (soprano) and Marta Vaskova (pno.) in Besedni dum in Brno on 17.2.2015. Performed by Amelia Keenan and Thomas Bandy (pno.) at Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Ohio, USA, on 19.3.2015. Performed by Amy Petrongelli (soprano) and Blair Salter (pno.) during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall at the University of Michigan School of Music in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 21.9.2015. Dana Buresova's and Timothy Cheek's performance recorded by Supraphon was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 3 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 14.10.2015. Performed by Chaazi Levicek (soprano) and Jiri Levicek (pno.) during the Krumlov Autumn Recitals in Krumlov on 31.10.2015. "Ukolebavka" was performed by Monika Machovicova (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the MasterClass for Singers at Palffy Palace in Prague on 6.11.2015 and at the Prague Conservatory on 9.11.2015. "Ukolebavka" was performed by Lucie Furstova (soprano) and Augustin Kuzela (pno.) at the MasterClass for Singers at Palffy Palace in Prague on 10.11.2015. The complete cycle was performed by Amy Petrongelli (soprano) and Blair Salter (pno.) at the Stamps Auditorium, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, on 21.11.2015.

Little song | Pisnicka. Piano. 1936.
Premiere unknown. Performed by Radoslav Kvapil on 23.1.1990 in Brno and 18.4.1990 in a BBC Radio broadcast; by Renata Bialasova at ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 24.10.2005; Marta Dembicka at ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralove Pole on 9.11.2005. Performed by Virginia Eskin during the radio series First Ladies of Music broadcast at WGBH Boston on 30.4.2006, JPR Ashland, Oregon on 21.5.2006, WFMT Chicago, Illinois on 24.5.2006, and at KWAX, University of Oregon on 5.6.2006. Broadcast as a part of the all-Kapralova radio program of the WGHB Radio 89.7 in Boston, MA on 6.3.2007, repeat broadcast on 10.3.2007. Performed by Virginia Eskin at Monadnock Music Festival in Peterborough, New Hampshire on 2.8.2007. Performed by Erik Entwistle on 21.12. 2009 at the Longy School Music Faculty recital in Cambridge, USA. Performed by Terezie Smahelova in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 9.2.2015. Performed by Teresa Grijalva during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall at the University of Michigan School of Music in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 20.9.2015.

Sad evening | Smutny vecer. Voice and Orchestra. 1936.
Voice and piano version (ed. Timothy Cheek) was first publically performed by Kimberly Haynes (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, United States, on 19.11.2011. Performed by Kripa Nageshwar (soprano) and William Shookhoff (pno) during the Nocturnes in the City series at the St. Wenceslauss Church in Toronto, Canada, on 4.10.2015. The orchestral version was premiered by Nicholas Phan (tenor) and the University Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kenneth Kiesler at the Hill Auditorium in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 25.9.2015. Performance by Olena Tokar (soprano) and Igor Gryshyn (pno.) was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 4 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 15.10.2015.

Military sinfonietta | Vojenska symfonieta, op. 11. 1936-7.
Premiered by the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and Vitezslava Kapralova (conductor) at a concert organized by the Women's National Council in Lucerna Hall, Prague on 26.11.1937. Other performances: opened the 1938 ISCM Festival in London, United Kingdom, where it was performed by the BBC Orchestra (BBC Symphony Orchestra) and Kapralova (conductor) at Queen's Hall on 17.6.1938; Brno Radio Orchestra and Bretislav Bakala (conductor) in Brno on 8.2.1940 and 20.7.1940; Czech Philharmonic and Rafael Kubelik (?) in 1945 in Prague; Brnenska Beseda Philharmonic Orchestra and Bretislav Bakala (conductor) in May 1946; Symphony Orchestra of AUS VN and Pavel Vondruska (conductor) at the Prague Spring Festival, Valdstejnska jizdarna, Prague, on 26.5.1957; Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno and Otakar Trhlik (conductor) in the Brno Radio in 1960; Radio Poland Symphony Orchestra and Jan Krenz (conductor) at the Prague Spring Festival in Smetanova sin, Prague, on 16.5.1960; Das Meininger Orchester in Meiningen on 9.3.1960 (German premiere); Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno and Franco Gallini at Stadion in Brno on 23.9.1965; by Zdenek Macal (conductor) in Olomouc in 1965; broadcast by the Czech Radio 4 (Prague) on 23.1.1990; performed by (?) in Smetanova sin in Prague on 20.6.1990; Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno and Frantisek Jilek (conductor) in the Brno Radio in 1964 and 1991; The 1991 recording of the Czech Radio (Brno) was released by Studio Matous in 1998 and broadcast by De Concertzender Radio in Holland on 7.7.1999 and 12.7.1999; by the Radio Orange FM 94.0 in Vienna, Austria on 8.12.1999; by the Czech Radio 3 on 15.8.2000 and 17.10.2000; and by the Southeastern Public Radio, United States, on 23.3.2001. Performed by Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Tomas Hanus in Rudolfinum, Prague, on 22.3.2000; by Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic and Vladoslav Czarnecky (conductor) on 5.10.2000 in Zlin; by Philharmonic Orchestra of Marianske Lazne with Jonathan Sternberg (conductor) on 30.11.2000. Recorded for a television documentary Last Concertino by Brno Philharmonic conducted by Tomas Hanus on VUT premises in Brno on 19. and 20.3.2001. The documentary was premired at the Golden Prague International TV Film Festival on 6-10.5.2001, and previewed in Kino ART in Brno on 16.5.2001. Its TV premiere took place on 3.6.2001 on CTV 2, with repeat broadcasts on 28.7.2001, 8.1.2005, 12.1.2005, and 25.12.2009. Performed by New London Orchestra conducted by Ronald Corp in a renewed premiere of the work at the UCL Bloomsbury Theatre, London, United Kingdom, on 10.12.2001. The 1998 Studio Matous recording was broadcast by WPRB in Princeton, United States, on 12.3.2003, and by Sveriges Radio P2 on 30.8. and 5.9. 2004. Broadcast by Czech Radio 3 as part of the 45-minute documentary Skladatelka a dirigentka Vitezslava Kapralova on 27.8.2003, as part of the 59-minute documentary "Vitezslava Kapralova [1915-1940] on 8.11.2003, as part of the radio program Zeny slavnych muzu III on 21.1.2004, and as part of the radio program Akademie on 12.1.2005. Broadcast during the "Into the Light" program of KMFA 89.5 in Austin, Texas, on 8.4.2005, and webcast on 10.4.2005. Performed by Akademie Praha Chamber Orchestra with conductor Pavel Hryzak at Lichtenstein Palace in Prague on 7.6.2005 and on 25.10.2005. The Studio Matous recording was broadcast during Classical Discoveries by WPRB Princeton on 16.11.2005, during Into the Light by KMFA Austin on 30.12.2005, by Czech Radio 3 on 19.1.2007, by Radio Vara 4 (the Netherlands) during Componist van de week on 13.6.2007, and in a repeat broadcast on 15.8.2007, and by WDR3 during Musikpassagen on 4.1.2008. Performance of Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno conducted by Otakar Trhlik (archival recording of Brno Radio) was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 8.12.2008. The Brno Radio recording of a performance by Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno conducted by Frantisek Jilek was broadcast during the Contemporary Music from Brno program on Czech Radio 3 on 14.10.2009. Performed by Pilsen Philharmonic conducted by Tomas Brauner in Mestanska beseda in Pilsen on 29.10.2009. The Studio Matous recording was broadcast by the Radio Slovenija 3 (Ars) on 22.2.2010 during a radio series "Zenske v svetu glasbe (Women in the World of Music); by WPRB Princeton on 24.03.2010 during "Classical Discoveries: In Praise of Woman"; by Czech Radio 3 during the repeat broadcast of the radio program Akademie z Brna ("Vitezslava Kapralova: Symfonieta zivota") on 16.6.2010; during the program Soudoba hudba z Brna on 26.1.2011; and by Radio Proglas on 11.2.2011. Performance by Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Rostislav Haliska was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 11.1.2012. Performed by Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra at a concert celebrating the International Women's Day on 8.3.2013 in Thessaloniki, Greece (a Greek premiere). Performed by the Brno Philharmonic conducted by Aleksandar Markovic at the Moravian Autumn Festival in Brno on 27.10.2013. The Studio Matous recording of the sinfonietta performed by Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno conducted by Frantisek Jilek was broadcast by Radio Proglas during Hudebni siesta on 23.1.2015. Performed by the Brno Philharmonic conducted by Olga Machonova Pavlu at the Janacek Opera House in Brno on 19.-20.2.2015 and premiere broadcast by Radio SRF 2 Kultur in Basel, Switzerland, on 12.4.2015. Repeat broadcasts: by Czech Radio 3 on 15.6.2015, and by Sveriges Radio on 20.11.2015. The Studio Matous recording of the sinfonietta (performed by Czech Symphony Orchestra conducted by Frantisek Jilek) was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 1 of the Composer of the Week program series on Kapralova on 12.10.2015, and by Czech Radio 3 during the program "Martinu, Kapralova a vojaci" on 7.11.2015.

Forever | Navzdy, op. 12. Soprano/tenor and piano. 1936-37.
Radio premiere: on 3.10.1937 in Prague, probably performed by Jarmila Vavrdova and Frantisek Vrana; first known concert performance: on 9.11.1937, by Jarmila Vavrdova and Frantisek Vrana at Umelecka Beseda in Prague. Other performances: by Jarmila Vavrdova in Prague on 11.11.1937; by Milada Gotthardova and Ludvik Kundera at a concert of the Moravian Composers Club in Brno on 11.11.1937; by Jarmila Vavrdova and Frantisek Vrana in Ceske Budejovice on 21.2.1938, and in Prague(?) on 7.3.1938; by Jarmila Vymazalova and Jan Hus Tichy at a concert of the Pritomnost Society in Prague on 26.11.1945; by Milada Gotthardova-Weinbergrova and Ludvik Kundera at a concert organized by Moravian Composers Club in Brno 23.1.1946; by Jarmila Vavrdova and Dr. Vaclav Holzknecht at a concert of Umelecka Beseda in Prague on 6.2.1946; by Libuse Domaninska and Milan Masa in Brno on 10.4.1946; by Milada Weinbergrova and Jan Erml (pno.) in Brno on 23.1.195; by Heda Stonavska (pno.) and Bela Dejmkova at a concert organized by the Janacek Academy in collaboration with the Czechoslovak Composers Union in Brno on 24.1.1955; by Ludmila Gaudlova (voice) and Jan Hus Tichy (pno.) at AMU, Prague, on 9.12.1955; by Agia Formankova (voice) and Milan Masa (pno.) at the evening of Czech art song in Besedni dum in Brno on 31.10.1960 and at the Brnensky hudebni maj Festival in Brno on 25.5.1961; recorded by Olga Dvorakova and Jan Erml in 1963 for the Brno Radio; by Vlasta Prosova and Marie Maresova (pno.) at an anniversary concert organized by the Czechoslovak Composers Union on 17.3.1965 in Prague; by prof. Heirova (pno.) and prof. Plasilova (voice) in Brno in December 1965; by Anna Kratochvilova (voice) and Bozena Kalabova (pno.) at the 60th Anniversary Concert of the Brno Conservatory on 2.5.1979; by Anna Kratochvilova and Drahomira Ritzova (pno.) on 21.2.1988; by Jill Gomez (soprano) and John Constable (pno.) in a BBC Radio broadcast on 15.4.1988; by Magda Klobouckova (voice) and Drahomira Ritzova (pno.) in 1991 for the Brno Radio; Jaroslava Janska (voice) and Frantisek Kratochvil (pno.) at the concert presented by the Bohuslav Martinu Society (Brno) and ZUS Brno-Kralove Pole on 13.9.1994; by Jaroslava Janska (voice) and Marta Vasko (pno.) at the ZUS Brno-Kralovo Pole concert on 16.10.1995; as part of the Concert Series of Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in Prague on 16.2.1999. Performed by Phillipa Dames-Longworth and Stephen Gutman (pno.) at the Dartington International Summer School Czech Music Week in Devon, United Kingdom, on 15.8.1999; by Tomas Visek (pno.) and Monika Splouchalova at the concert of the renewed Pritomnost Society in Prague on 9.2.2000; by Ivana Konecna (soprano) and Jan Kral (pno.) at the Brno Conservatory on 2.5.2000, and in Tri Studne on 6.9.2000; by Ivona Konecna (soprano) and Giovanna Jezkova (pno.) at the Janacek Academy of Music concert in Brno on 6.2.2001; by Jennifer Goltz (soprano) and Eric Melear (pno.) at the University of Michigan School of Music, United States, on 13.2.2001 and 17.4.2001; by Jennifer Goltz (soprano) and Frank Chiou (pno.) at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, on 10.3.2001; by Jennifer Raggett (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the University of Michigan School of Music on 5.12. and 7.12.2001; by Melody Racine (mezzo-soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music, on 24.1.2002. The latter performance was broadcast on the UMTV (U of Michigan) Channel 22 on 22.2.2002 at 18:00. Repeat broadcasts: 24.2.2002 at 21:00, 27.2.2002 at 21:00, 28.2.2002 at 19:00, 22.3.2002 at 19:00, 25.3.2002 at 20:00, 27.3.2002 at 21:00, 31.3.2002 at 19:00, 17.6.2002 at 19:30, 20.6.2002 at 22:30, 8.7.2002 at 20:00, 14.7.2002 at 18:00, 25.7.2002 at 18:00, 30.7.2002 at 18:00, 15.8.2002 at 19:00, 26.8.2002 at 22:00, 4.5.2003 at 9:00, 5.5.2003 at 11:00, 6.5.2003 at 2:00 and 16:00, 31.5.2003 at 21:00, 1.6.2003 at 11:00, 2.6.2003 at 2:00 and 16:00, 7.7.2003 at 17:00, 8.7.2003 at 7:00 and 22:00, 9.7.2003 at 12:00, 17.3.2003 at 20:00, 18.7.2003 at 10:00, and 19.7.2003 at 1:00 and 15:00. Jennifer Goltz (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at a national conference of the College Music Society in Kansas City, Missouri on 27.9.2002; "Navzdy" was performed by Diana Dumpel (soprano) and Steven McGhee (pno.) and "Ruce" by Megan Besley (mezzo-soprano) and Bonnie Wagner (pno.) at the University of Michigan School of Music, USA, on 8.10.2002; "Navzdy" was performed by Dagmar Zvonickova (soprano) and Martin Marek (pno.) as part of the 59-minute radio documentary Vitezslava Kapralova [1915-1940] premiered by Czech Radio 3 on 8.11.2003. "Navzdy" was performed by Dianna Dumpel and Timothy Cheek at the Northside Presbyterian Church in Ann Arbor, USA, on 1.2.2004. The supraphon recording of "Ruce," performed by Dana Buresova and Timothy Cheek, was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 3.2.2004 and by BBC Radio 3 on 21.2.2004. "Navzdy" was performed by Jill Pearon and Kirk Severtson (pno.) in Postdam, NY, USA, on 26.3.2004; by Dianna Dumpel and Timothy Cheek at the Women Composers' Collage Concert in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, on 4.4.2004; by Jill Pearon (soprano) and Kirk Severtson (pno.) during the Hearthside Performance Series at the Lake Placid Centre for the Arts on 2.5.2004. The "Anniversary Concert" performance of the work (University of Michigan, 24.1.2002) was broadcast on "Ann Arbor Alive" in Michigan on 5.5. and 8.5.2004. Performed by Risa Renae Harman (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Bay View Music Festival in Michigan, USA, on 14.7.2004; Arielle Rosenberg and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Bel Canto Northwest Vocal Institute in Portland, Oregon, USA, on 22.7.2004. "For Ever" was performed by Kimberly Haynes (soprano) and Timothy Cheek in Dolna Krupa, Slovakia, on 6.11.2004, at JAMU in Brno on 8.11.2004, and at the Palffy Palace in Prague on 19.11.2004. "For Ever" was performed by Kira Slovacek and Thomas Bandy (pno.) at the Northside Community Church, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, on 9.10.2004. "Navzdy" (Supraphon 2003 recording) was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 during the repeat broadcast of the radio program Akademie z Brna on 12.1.2005, and during the program Slovo o hudbe on 1.6.2005. The cycle was performed by Kira Slovacek and Timothy Cheek at the Komponisten und Ihr Werk Festival in Kassel, Germany on 19.11.2005. "For Ever" was performed by Lorraine Sullivan (soprano) and Nicholas Hutchinson (pno.) at the Slavic Vocal Literature Class Recital, University of Michigan, USA, on 5.12.2005. Performed by Jan Kral (pno.) at JAMU in Brno on 28.4.2006. The cycle was performed by Irene Maessen (soprano) and Marja Bon (pno.) at the Jagthuis Festival in Nederhost den Berg, The Netherlands, on 26.5.2006; by Daniel Weeks (tenor) and Naomi Olighant (pno.) at the University of Louisville School of Music, Kentucky, USA, on 1.10.2006 and on 9.11.2006; by Andrea Brozakova and Vojtech Novak (pno.) at the J.K. Tyl Theatre in Pilsen on 11.2.2007; and by Daniel Weeks (tenor) and Naomi Oliphant (pno.) at the Kentucky State University, USA, on 27.2.2007, at the Transylvania University in Lexington, KY, USA, on 1.3.2007, at the Sisters of Loretto Motherhouse Chapel in Nerinx, KY on 15.3.2007, and at the MTNA Collaborative Conference in Toronto, Canada, on 26.3.2007. The song "For Ever" was performed by Diane Cushing (soprano) and Virginia Eskin (pno.) at the Keene State College in New Hampshire, USA, on 5.3.2007, and by Irene Maessen (soprano) and Marja Bon (pno.) at the Amstelkerk in Amsterdam on 20.3.2007. Test recording of the cycle, performed by Daniel Weeks (tenor) and Naomi Oliphant (pno.) was broadcast during the Componist van de week program by Vara Radio 4 (Hilversum, the Netherlands) on 12.6.2007. Performed by Whitney Hollis (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Shenandoah Conservatory, Wincester, Virginia, USA, on 11.11.2007. Performed by Daniel Weeks (tenor) and Naomi Oliphant (pno.) at the JAMU Recital Hall in Brno, Czech Republic, on 7.1.2008, at the Recital Hall of the Akademia Muzycczna im. Karola Szymanowskiego in Katowice, Poland, on 9.1.2008, and at the Town Hall of Gliwice, Poland, on 10.1.2008. Performance by Klara Kartakova (soprano) and Zdenka Ledvinova (pno.), recorded by Czech Radio (Pilsen), was premiere broadcast during Contemporary Music from Pilsen by Czech Radio 3 on 21.2.2008. Performed by Daniel Weeks (tenor) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Medical Centre in Marquette, Michigan, USA, on 28.2.2008, at the Finnish American Cultural Centre in Hancock, Michigan, USA, on 1.3.2008, and at the Pine Mountain Resort in Iron Mountain, Michigan, USA, on 2.3.2008. Performed by Risa Renae Harman (soprano) and Dror Semmel at the Stony Brook University in New York on 3.4. 2008. The Supraphon recording was broadcast by CKWR Waterloo, Canada, on 21.4.2008. A test recording of the performance by Daniel Weeks (tenor) and Naomi Oliphant (pno.) was broadcast by Radio Vara 4 (the Netherlands) on 10.10. 2008. Performed by Katherine Wessinger (soprano) and Kristin Ditlow (pno.) at a guest recital at the Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory of Music, USA, on 21.9.2008; performed by Tena Greene (soprano) and Karen Sams (pno.) at the University of North Carolina at Asheville, USA, on 9.11. and 13.11.2008; by Jody Doktor (soprano) and Jeremy Reger (pno.) at the University of Michigan School of Music, Ann Arbor, USA, on 22.11.2008. "Navzdy" was performed by Sibongile Boyd (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Binghamton University, NY, USA, on 23.11.2008. The Centaur Records recording of the cycle by Daniel Weeks and Naomi Oliphant was broadcast during the Woman in Music series produced by Tim Quick for CKWR in Waterloo, Canada, on 2.2.2009. "For Ever" was performed by Sibongile Boyd (soprano) and Margaret Reitz (pno.) at the Binghamton University in New York, on 15.3.2009. Performed by Lisa Marut (soprano) and Andy Dixon (pno.) at the University of Oklahoma, USA, on 4.4.2009. Performed by Andrea Priechodska (soprano) and Alice Rajnohova (pno.) at the Janacek Academy of Performing Arts in Brno on 26.03.2010. "Hands" was performed and recorded by Arwen Myers (soprano) and Elizabeth Avery (pno.) at the Auer Concert Hall, Indiana University, USA, on 7.4.2010; Songs "Navzdy" and "Cim je muj zal" were performed by Laurie Lashbrook (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michiga, USA, on 25.4.2010. "Navzdy," performed by Sylvie Kodetova (voice) and Pavel Kuchar (pno.), was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 during Akademie z Brna ("Vitezslava Kapralova: Symfonieta zivota") on 16.6.2010. "Navzdy" was performed by Laurie Lashbrook (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the University of Sydney College of Arts, Sydney, Australia, on 23.7.2010. The cycle was performed by Kylie Toomer (soprano) and Chie Watanabe (pno.) at the University of North Texas College of Music in Denton, Texas, on 11.2.2011. Performed by Andrea Priechodska (soprano) and Alice Rajnohova (pno.) at the ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo pole on 7.3.2011; by Kimberly Haynes (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, USA, on 19.11.2011. "cim je muj zal" was performed by Kylie Toomer (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the 11th Czech and Slovak International Voice Competition at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, university of Wisconsin, Green Bay, USA, on 22.11.2011 (semifinals), and at the Chapelle historique du Bon Pasteur in Montreal, Canada, on 26.11.2011 (finals). "Ruce" was performed by Lida Szkwarek (soprano) and Michael Shannon (pno.) during the 11th Czech and Slovak International Voice Competition (finals) at the Chapelle historique du Bon Pasteur in Montreal, Canada, on 26.11.2011. "Ruce" was performed by the Kapralova Society Award winner Lida Szkwarek (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the reception of the 11th Czech and Slovak International Voice Competition at the Marie Gerin Lajoie Hall in Montreal, Canada, on 27.11.2011; "Cim je muj zal" was performed by Maggie Nicholas (soprano) and Thomas Bandy (pno.) on 30.1.2012 at the Oberlin Conservatory in Oberlin, Ohio, USA. The cycle's individual songs were performed at the University of Michigan, USA, on 8.3.2012 as follows: "Forever" was performed by Nicholas Nestorak (tenor) and Timothy Cheek (pno.), "Cim je muj zal" was performed by Kate Rosen [(mezzo-soprano) and Elena Lacheva (pno.) and "Ruce" was performed by Jonas Hacker (tenor) and Mariah Mlynarek (pno.). "For Ever" was performed by Christine Ella Reinard (soprano) and Mariah Mlynarek (pno.) at the University of Michigan, USA, on 7.4.2012. "Navzdy" and "Cim je muj zal" were performed by Joshua Borths (tenor) amd Xavier Suarez (pno.) in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, on 15.4.2012, and by Kate Rosen (mezzo-soprano) and Elena Lacheva (pno.) at the Czech Vocal Literature Class Recital at the MacIntosh Theater, University of Michigan, USA, on 17.4. 2012. "Navzdy" was performed by Cristina Castaldi (soprano) and Angy Estrada (pno.) at the Rutgers University in New Jersey, USA, on 25.4.2012. Performed by Whitney-Leigh Sloan and Sylvia Shadi-Taylor (pno.) at the Timms Center for the Arts in Edmonton, Canada, on 30.4.2012. "Ruce" was performed by Teyia Kasahara and Maikai Nash (pno.) at the Canadian Music Competition (provincial finals) at the University of Toronto, Canada, on 7.5.2012. The complete cycle was performed by Nicholas Nestorak and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Moravian Masterclass Recital in Namest nad Oslavou on 25.8.2012. Performed by Christina Castaldi and Gene Philley (pno.) at her doctoral recital at the Rutgers University in New Jersey, United States, on 1.12.2012. "Navzdy" was performed by Rebecca Whittington (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Oberlin Concervatory, USA, on 27.1.2013. "Navzdy" and "Ruce" were performed by Anne Gross (soprano) and Melissa Loehnig (pno.) at the Whitman College, Walla Walla, USA, on 2.2.2013, and as part of the Eastern Oregon University Recital Series in La Grande United Methodist Church in Oregon, USA, on 17.2.2013. "Ruce" was performed by Leann Schuering (soprano) and Julien LeBlanc (pno.) at the finals of the 12th International Czech and Slovak Voice Competition in Montreal, Canada, on 4.10.2013. Performed by Ivana Rusko (soprano) and Jana Nevoralova (pno.) at Reduta in Brno on 5.3.2014. Individual songs were performed at the University of Michigan School of Music, Ann Arbor, USA, on 12.3.2014 as follows: "Navzdy" was performed by Lonnie Reed (soprano) and Cesar Canon (pno.), "cim je muj zal" was performed by Alexander Turpin (tenor) and Brian Locke (pno.), and "Ruce" was performed by Anthony Lafrinier (tenor) and Michael Sherman (pno.) "Ruce" was performed by Leann Schuering and Nicholas Shaneyfelt at Kerrytown Concert House in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, on 10.4.2014. "Ruce" was performed by Jody Doktor and Timothy Cheek at the Moravian Master Class Graduate Recital in Namest nad Oslavou on 13.8.2014. Performed by Katherine Calcamuggio and Saori Chiba at the Northbrook Public Library in Northbrook, Illinois, USA< on 5.9.2014. Performance by Arwen Myers and Susan McDaniel was broadcast by All Classical FM Portland in Oregon, USA, on 6.11.2014. Performed by Laura Perkett and Shannon McGinnis at the DePaul University School of Music in Chicago, Illinois, USA, on 14.12.2014; by Sage De-Agro-Ruopp (soprano) and Thomas Bandy (pno.) at Oberlin Conservatory, Ohio, USA, on 19.3.2015. Performed by Ema Katrovas (soprano) at the Centre for Austrian Studies, university of Minnesota in Minneapolis, United States, in September 2015. Performed by Kimberly Haynes (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall at the University of Michigan School of Music in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 21.9.2015. Performed by Kripa Nageshwar (soprano) and William Shookhoff (pno) during the Nocturnes in the City series at the St. Wenceslauss Church in Toronto, Canada, on 4.10.2015. Performance by Olena Tokar (soprano) and Igor Gryshyn (pno.) was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 1 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 12.10.2015. "Navzdy" was performed by Eva Benesova (soprano) and Martina Mergentalova (pno.) in Kromeriz on 20.10.2015. "Ruce" was performed by Sarah Kirsch (soprano) and Christopher Kayler (pno.) at the Eastman School of Music, United States, on 4.12.2015.

Ostinato fox. Piano. 1937.
The first known performance is by Virginia Eskin at the Beth El Temple Center in Belmont, MA, USA, on 25.1.2009. Performed by Emma Li during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall at the University of Michigan School of Music in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, on 20.9.2015.

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