Genre: Classical
Label: Clearaudio
Composer: Dvorak
Format: 33RPM,


Dvorak From The New World 180g LP

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Rafael Kubelik conducts the Berlin Philharmonic for this audiophile recording of Dvorak's Symphony No. 9 from "The New World".

"The name 'From the New world" which Dvorak himself gave his Symphony in e minor, Op. 95, clearly points to the basic idea underlying this work. The contact with the folk music of another land which the Czech composer made during his years in America undoubtedly had a stimulating effect on his creative imagination - a fact which is evident both from available written accounts from Dvorak's compositions of that period...

"...Dvorak worked on this Symphony from January to May 1893, and on December 16th of that year its world premiere was conducted by Anton Seidl at a New York Philharmonic concert in the Carnegie Hall. According to a report in the New York Herald, enthusiastic applause for Dvorak broke out after the second movment. Its immensely successful premiere launched this work, which is still the most popular of Dvorak's symphonies, on a triumphal progress of the world's concert halls." - from liner notes by Hans Christoph Worbs

• 180g Vinyl

Berlin Philharmonic
Rafael Kubelik, conductor

Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904)
Symphony No. 9 in e minor, Op. 95
From the New World
(Aus der Neuen Welt)
1. Adagio - Allegro molto
2. Largo
3. Scherzo: Molto vivace
4. Allegro con fuoco

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