Antonin Dvorak


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Czech composer who combined folk elements with traditional forms (1841-1904)

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The older of the two live recordings, of Armida, was made in November 2012 during a radio broadcast of a performance on the stage of the Antonin Dvorak Theatre of the Moravian-Silesian Theatre in Ostrava, conducted by Robert Jindra.
IF ANYONE should be marking this year's centenary of the death of Antonin Dvorak it is the Birmingham Festival Choral Society.
This year marks the centennial of the death of the great Czech composer, Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904).
73) Ironically, the board could not agree on an indigenous director and in the end it appointed Antonin Dvorak, the famous composer from Prague and at the time a virtual popstar in Europe.
The councilman said turning down the landmark status for the Antonin Dvorak House, which the council did, was a "responsible" decision.
Dances and Fantasies will feature music of Antonin Dvorak, Felix Mendelssohn, Franz Liszt and Franz Schubert.
Carnegie Hall 120th Anniversary Concert -- featuring the works of Ludwig von Beethoven, Duke Ellington, Antonin Dvorak, and George Gershwin -- will air as part of Great Performances on Tuesday, May 31, 2011 from 8-9:30 p.
Concert of Czech music by Antonin Dvorak, Josef Suk and Leos Janacek--March 1, Purple lounge, 7pm.
More Czech music is to be found on the Naxos budget label where the Vlach Quartet with pianist Helena Sucharova-Weiser play the two Piano Quartets of Antonin Dvorak.
Letters between the composer and others such as his family, Antonin Dvorak, Richard Wagner, George Grove, and Eusebius Mandyczewski are included.
The group will hear George Wai Ms give a presentation called The Reluctant Traveller and the Life and Travels of Antonin Dvorak.
Nor that Antonin Dvorak inspired a significant cultural dialogue.
On Thursday night, Fischer revisited the topic, albeit without commentary from the podium or authentic folk performers, this time performing music by Antonin Dvorak and Bedrich Smetana.
Jiri Panocha and his colleagues have been a mainstay of this year's Leamington Festival, which has been celebrating Czech music and marking the centenary of the death of the country's greatest composer, Antonin Dvorak.
However, the "American" Quartet in F major, written by Antonin Dvorak in 1893, rather benefits by its bigger arrangement, taking on a grander sweep that embellishes the music through its larger forces.