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31-40 of 54 videos of music composed by Antonín Dvořák

Antonin Dvorak - Serenade for String Orchestra E Major Op.22
Antonin Dvorak - Serenade for String Orchestra E Major Op.22 Antonín Dvorák (1841-1904): Serenade for String Orchestra in E Major, Opus 22 (1) Moderato from the CD-Release "The Art of Conduction - Pawel Przytocki". A concert at the Castle Church Bad Homburg 2007 with the Beethoven Akademie Orchestra Krakau. Conductor: Pawel Przytocki. A release recorded, produced and created by Andreas Otto Grimminger & Josef-Stefan Kindler, released in co-operation with Northoff Public Relations. Recording & Mastering Engineer: Andreas Otto Grimminger. Central Idea, Photos & Artwork: Josef-Stefan Kindler. CD Audio, ca. 60 minutes, DDD, KuK 12, ISBN 978-3-930643-12-7. Copyright by K&K Verlagsanstalt anno 2008. View, listen and order at: www.kuk-art.com
Antonin Dvorak: Humoresque Op. 101 No. 7
Antonin Dvorak: Humoresque Op. 101 No. 7 Played on a Yamaha P140 digital piano. I'm sorry for the noise in the record. It is result of Yamaha's headphones output and microphone input with automatic level adjustment on camcorder. I hope that sound quality is still acceptable.
Dvorak - Sinfonía Del Nuevo Mundo - Allegro con fuoco (Parte 1)
Dvorak - Sinfonía Del Nuevo Mundo - Allegro con fuoco (Parte 1) Antonin Dvorak - Sinfonía Nº9 en Mi menor opus 95 "Del Nuevo Mundo" - Finale: Allegro con fuoco (Parte 1) Orquesta de Cámara Ciudad de los Reyes Director: Guillermo Salvador Auditorio del Colegio Santa Ursula Lima - Peru, 10 Abril 2008
Josef Hassid - Dvorak - Humoreske
Josef Hassid - Dvorak - Humoreske My first video... Josef Hassid (Dec. 28/1923 - 1950)- Humoreske I started listening to Humoreske with Heifetz's, and, u know, Heifetz's shadow is so huge. But ... Hassid's totally won my heart even then (when I first heard Hassid's)I didn't know who he was. Humoreske For Piano Op. 101/B 187: No. 7 in G flat major. Composer: Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904) Arranged: Fritz Kreisler Gerald Moore (piano) Recording Date 11/29/1940 For more inf. about Hassid, pls check out this link: www.violinist.com Notes: pics in this video are just what close to my heart, not related to Hassid.
Dvořák: Cello Concerto / Isserlis · Gilbert · Berliner Philharmo
Dvořák: Cello Concerto / Isserlis · Gilbert · Berliner Philharmo Full-length concert at www.digitalconcerthall.com Antonín Dvořák: Cello Concerto / Steven Isserlis, cello · Alan Gilbert, conductor · Berliner Philharmoniker / Recorded at the Berlin Philharmonie, 19 April 2009. The Berliner Philharmoniker's Digital Concert Hall: www.digital-concert-hall.com Subscribe to our newsletter www.digitalconcerthall.com Website of the Berliner Philharmoniker: www.berliner-philharmoniker.de
Adela Bratu plays Dvorak violin concerto.wmv
Adela Bratu plays Dvorak violin concerto.wmv part 2 of 3 : www.youtube.com Conductor Ovidiu Balan Ploiesti Philharmonic Orchestra Violin Concerto in A minor, Op. 53 (B108) is a concerto for violin and orchestra composed by Antonín Dvorák in 1879. The concerto was premiered in 1883 by František Ondrícek in Prague. He also gave the premieres in Vienna and London. Today it remains an important work in the violin repertoire. The concerto's structure is the classical three movements of fast-slow-fast. The second movement is most famous for its beautiful lyricism. Allegro ma non troppo Adagio ma non troppo Finale: Allegro giocoso ma non troppo Antonín Dvorák was inspired to write his concerto after having met Joseph Joachim in 1878 and composed the work with the intention of dedicating it him. However, when he finished the concerto in 1879, Joachim became skeptical about it. Joachim was a strict classicist and objected to Dvorák's inter alia, or his abrupt truncation of the first movement's orchestral tutti. Joachim also didn't like the fact that the recapitulation was cut short and that it led directly to the slow second movement. It is also assumed that he was upset with the persistent repetition found in the third movement. However, Joachim never said anything outright and instead claimed to be editing the solo part. He never actually performed the piece.
Antonin Dvorák - Slavonic Dance No. 2
Antonin Dvorák - Slavonic Dance No. 2 Segunda parte de la Slavonic Dance de Dvorák.
Europe is my loving home - Szentkiraly Boda Timeea - Antonin Dvorak
Europe is my loving home - Szentkiraly Boda Timeea - Antonin Dvorak Demo version ____________________ Here is my loving home Blessings are here, too. One for all, all for one Dreams are coming true. Twelve stars lights the way Love and Faith guides us Shadows gone far away, Life has just begun. Every day we gotta pray, For our Europe home The Master paves our way For a better home For our Europe home. _______________________ Soprano - Szentkiraly Boda Timeea Pianist - Ciprian Ghiurco Music - Antonin Dvorak Words - Szentkiraly Boda Laszlo
Dvorak - Symphony No. 9 "From the New World" - IV (part 1)
Dvorak - Symphony No. 9 "From the New World" - IV (part 1) New World Symphony by Antonin Dvorak. Wiener Philharmoniker. Herbert von Karajan, conductor.
Dvorak -- Symphony n.8- 1st Movement
Dvorak -- Symphony n.8- 1st Movement Orquesta Sinfónica de Radio Televisión Española,Carlos Checa, Conductor. Madrid - Teatro Monumental....Orquesta ORTVE Dvorak Carlos Checa Conductor Classical Music Director
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