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Antonin Dvorak

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If you have never experienced the music of Antonin Dvorak, then you are missing something in your life. However, if you would like to, the best way to enjoy the music of this great Czech master is by listening to his music performed by the Czechs themselves. Much of his music has been championed on the Czech record label SUPRAPHON. This label has produced a wide selection of Antonin Dvorak's music on CD. Please do yourself a favor, search out the SUPRAPHON label, listen to his music. You will not be disappointed!



Click Here to listen to excerpts from a Supraphon recording of Antonin Dvorak's legendary 9th Symphony, "From The New World", in RealAudio, performed by the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra with the Vaclav Talich Conducting. This recording, dated 1949-50, is considered by most enthusiasts to be the greatest recording ever made of this symphony.



This Symphony No. 9 was recorded between 1949 anf 1950.



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Click Here to listen to excerpts from a Supraphon recording of Antonin Dvorak's Symphonic Poems: The Water Goblin, The Noon Witch, The Golden Spinning Wheel, and The Wood Dove, in RealAudio, performed by the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, with Bohumil Gregor Conducting.



The Symphonic Poems were recorded in 1987.



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Click Here to Listen to excerpts In RealAudio of a Supraphon recording of Antonin Dvorak's Great Grandson Josef Suk on violin with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra playing Bela Bartok's Violin Concerto #1


The Bartok Concerto is part of the Josef Suk Treasury Series.



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The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, with Alyssa Park (violin), had a brief tour
of the US in November 1996. I Had a chance to see tham when they performed
Nov 22nd 1996 at the State Theater in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

It was an experience that will live with me forever!

Sad to say, after having heard the Czech Philharmonic live, I find it very
hard to enjoy listening to other Orchestras in the New Jersey area now!

Promotional Web Sites from the tour:

  • Czech Philharmonic: Vladimir Valek, Conductor; Alyssa Park, Violinist
  • Sights & Sounds Alyssa Park
  • METROBEAT: Czech Philharmonic
  • Grand Opera House - Czech Philharmonic Orchestra: November 17th, 7:00pm
  • Ticketmaster Florida Venue - Czech Philharmonic.



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    Dvorak toured with this Trio in 1891.
    They performed his music all over Bohemia.

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    Click Here to listen to excerpts from a Supraphon recording of Bedrich Smetana's Bartered Bride. Performered by the Czech Philharmonc Orchestra.



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