Dvorák, Antonin

Antonin Dvorák (1841-1904). For many years a violist in Prague (playing under the direction of Bedrich Smetana), Antonin Dvorák was aided in his rise to fame by the German composer Johannes Brahms, who convinced his own publishers to print some of the young Czech’s choral music. Dvorák was later named director of the National Conservatory of Music in New York, where he would eventually write the famousNew World Symphony.

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  • Russalka. Opera. Vocal Score. Antonin Dvorák.

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