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Orchestral Works & Concertos
Antonin Dvorák
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Orchestral Works & Concertos

CD | Supraphon | 0099925412326 | SU 4123 | 03-13

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Collectors and admirers of Dvořák’s music bearing the hallmark of the Czech performance tradition can now add another comprehensive album to put alongside the previous complete Supraphon CDs mapping his chamber (SU 3815-2, SU 3921-2), piano (SU 4018-2) and symphonic works (SU 4090-2). The acclaimed recording of the symphonies, conducted by Václav Neumann, is now followed by Supraphon’s 8-CD box set featuring Dvořák’s orchestral pieces and concertos. In addition to the celebrated Slavonic Dances, it contains a number of rarely recorded symphonic works (the Hussite Overture, My Home, A Hero’s Song), as well as splendid compositions for chamber and string orchestras. Besides recordings made under the baton of Neumann, it provides scope to other great Dvořák conductors – Mackerras, Bělohlávek and the rising star Jakub Hrůša. The set of orchestral works is rounded off by recordings of concertos, ranging from the virtually unknown Cello Concerto in A major, written by the young Dvořák, to the most frequently performed, the Cello Concerto in B minor. Supraphon has again carefully put together top-quality and time-honoured recordings of works performed by world-renowned soloists. 

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Orchesterwerke und Konzerte von Anton Dvorak in Referenzaufnahmen aus dem Rudolfinum in Prag.

Alle Dvorak-Freunde und Bewunderer der tschechischen Musiktradition können ihrer Sammlung eine exzellente CD-Box hinzufügen. Aufnahmen aus dem Supraphon-Archiv, die zwischen 1977 und 2007 entstanden, sind in dieser 8-CD-Box vereint. Es spielen die Tschechische Philharmonie, die Prager Sinfoniker sowie die Prager Philharmoniker. Die fantastischen Orchester werden geleitet von den großen Dirigenten wie Vaclav Neumann, Sir Charles Mackerras, Jiri Belohlavek u.a. Solisten der Konzerte sind Josef Suk, Vaclav Hudecek, Ivan Moravec und Milos Sadlo.

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