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Jiří Bělohlávek conducts Dvořák: Symphony No. 7

The Prague Symphony Orchestra's Dvořák Cycle Vol. I

Jiří Bělohlávek conducts Dvořák: Symphony No. 7 The Prague Symphony Orchestra's Dvořák Cycle Vol. I

About

The Prague Symphony Orchestra performs the most romantic work by Dvořák: the Symphony No. 7.

Born into a humble family settled in Nelahozeves, a village near Prague, Antonín Dvořák left school at the age of 11 to learn his father's trades, butcher and innkeeper. Thankfully, Antonín's precocious musical gifts are quickly noticed, and the young boy is sent to study at his uncles's plance in Zlonice, then to Prague from 1857 onwards. Playing the viola in the Prager Kappelle's orchestra, Dvořák familiarized himself with the classical and contemporary masterworks. Enjoying a well-established reputation from his peers and the internation audience, Dvořák is in his lifetime a Major figure on the musical scene. Invited in Germanay, in France, in the United Kingdom and in the United States, Dvořák eventually went back to his homeland to manage the Conservatory of Pragua. Dvořák, who died in 1904, left a considerable oeuvre which has ever since been performed on the stages worldwide.

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Program

  • Antonín Dvořák, Symphony No. 7 in D Minor, Op. 70
    • 1. Allegro maestoso
    • 2. Poco Adagio
    • 3. Scherzo : Vivace – Poco meno mosso
    • 4. Finale : Allegro

Details

  • Directed by: Rodney Greenberg
  • Venue: Alte Oper (Frankfurt, Germany)
  • Production date: 1993
  • Duration: 40 min
  • Production: © RM Arts
  • Available version(s): EN

Casting

  • Prague Symphony Orchestra
  • Jiri Belohlavek

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