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Bedfich Smetana settled in Prague in 1843, where he taught the piano and studied theory and composition. After the premiere i n 1866 of his most famous work, the opera Prodaná nevésta (The Bartered Bride), he was appointed chief conductor of the Provisional Theatre, a post he retained imtil 1874, when he became deaf. Despite this disability, over the next five years he composed his famous cycle of six symphonic poems Md vlast

(My Fatherland) and his most important chamber work, the string quartel Z mého

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(From My Life).

(Treasure of Melodies], which date

from 1849-50. The second piece from Vol. 2, selected here, is unnamed in the source. Here it is given an editorial titíe that reflects its dance style. The dynamics in bb. 1-21 are editorial suggestions only.

Source: autograph MS, Natíonal Museum of Prague, Czech Museum of Music, Bedfich Smetana Museum, S 217/1357

© 2016 by The Associated Board of the Royai Schools of Music

Smetana also composed a significant amount of piano music, including the two volumes of Poklad

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