Antonín Dvořák

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  • The Contribution Of Antonin Dvo ?� Ak ( 1841-1904 )

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    Antonín Dvořák (1841–1904) was one of the most versatile and prolific composers of the nineteenth century, reaching into almost all genres of music from piano miniatures to comprehensively conceived vocal-orchestra compositions. His output encompasses nine symphonies and fifty-five other orchestral pieces, eleven opera, eleven works for chorus and orchestra, nine small choral works, thirty-five sets of songs and duets, fifty-five chamber works for various combinations of instruments, and thirty-two

  • The Symphony As An Expression Of National Identity

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    The symphony is a large and complex musical piece that has the potential to express a wide breadth of experiences and emotions. While the symphony was developed intensely in the eighteenth century in Vienna, the tradition of symphony has long since spread to other countries, providing the composers of different nationalities the opportunity to introduce their own colors into the symphony. Consequently, as different countries develop musical characteristics in the symphony to create their own symphonic

  • Analysis Of Dvorak 's Cello Concerto

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    Dvorak 's Cello Concerto represents one of the most important repertoires in cello literature. It requires the performers to have control over their technical ability and limitless of imagination in musicality in orders to do a successful performance. Dvorak 's cello concerto have always been one of the concertos that every cellist want to play during their studies, and have the knowledge and background for this particular piece will definitely help me a lot to have a better understanding of this

  • Analysis Of A Winter's Tale Op 9

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    Josef Suk was a Czech composer and violinist. In 1894, Suk composed a piece of his works called A Winter’s Tale Op. 9, which was based on Shakespeare. In the beginning years of his career, he was influenced by Antonin Dvorak, who was Suk’s professor at a music academy called Prague Conservatory. In 1898, Josef Suk ended up marrying Otilie Dvorak, who was the daughter of Antonin Dvorak. Within the happy life they lived together, Otilie was impressed with her fathers and husbands works of music and