A1 No. 1 In B Major, Opus 72 A2 No. 3 In F Major, Opus 72 A3 No. 4 In D Flat, Opus 72 A4 No. 5 In B Flat Minor, Opus 72 A5 No. 6 In B Flat, Opus 72 B1 No. 8 In A Flat, Opus 72 B2 No. 2 In E Minor, Opus.
Slavonic Dances Opus 72: No. 1 in B Major. By Antonín Dvořák - Rome Symphony Orchestra & Leonardo Scotti. Symphony No. 1 In D Minor, Op. 75: I. Allegro. By Giuseppe Martucci - Rome Symphony Orchestra & Francesco La Vecchia. Lautrec: Ballet Suite: Moulin Rouge. By Nicolas Flagello - Nicolas Flagello & Rome Symphony Orchestra. Rimes pour différentes sources sonores. Bruno Maderna & Rome Symphony Orchestra 2013. The Miracle and Finale. Rome Symphony Orchestra & Carlo Savina 2017
Dvořák submitted his Slavonic Dances, Op. 46 in 1878, at first for piano four hands, but when requested by Simrock, also in an orchestral version. These were an immediate and great success. Later Simrock requested further Slavonic Dances, which Dvořák supplied in his Op. 72, 1886. In 1879 Dvořák wrote his String Sextet. Simrock showed the score to the leading violinist Joseph Joachim, who with others premiered it in November of that year. Many of Dvořák's compositions, such as the Slavonic Dances and his large collection of songs, were directly inspired by Czech, Moravian, and other Slavic traditional music. As the basis for his works, Dvořák frequently used Slavic folk dance forms including the skočná; the Bohemian odzemek, furiant, sousedská, and špacirka; the Polish mazurka and polonaise; the Yugoslav Kolo; and folk song forms of Slavic peoples, including the Ukrainian dumka.
The Slavonic Dances are a series of 16 orchestral pieces composed by Antonín Dvořák in 1878 an. .
Dances; For orchestra; Scores featuring the orchestra; For piano 4 hands; Scores featuring the piano; Scores featuring the piano 4 hands; For 2 players; For 2 pianos 8 hands (arr); For 4 players; For piano (arr); For 1 player; For 7 saxophones (arr); Scores featuring the saxophone; For 7 players; For violin, piano (arr); Scores. Complete Score - . 2MB, 89 pp. - . /10 2 4 6 8 10 (-) - V/V/V - 14912 ⇩ - Morel. PDF scanned by US-R Morel (2011/11/8). Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. No. O. 6 ; . 8 (piano duet), . 3 (orchestra). I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. 1878 (May 16) in Prague (orchestra, no.,3,4). Czech Theater Orchestra (orchestra) Adolph Čech (conductor). 1878 (December 4/18) in Dresden (orchestra, no. /5–8). Königliche Kapelle (orchestra) Bernhard Gottlöber (conductor).
Dvorak: Symphony No. 7 & Carnival Ov Erture - Smetana: The Moldau, Barte Red Bride And More. Without question, this set of recordings of the Dvorák Slavonic Dances by George Szell and the Cleveland Orchestra are among the finest imaginable. I quickly learned that I can no longer loan out my own copies because every time I've let others borrow them, they disappear (and I've had them in many formats - vinyl records, cassettes, CDs, et. This CD contains the complete Dvorak Slavonic Dances: the eight dances of Opus 46 and the eight dances of Opus 72; the recordings were made in 1963, 1964, and 1965. All the performances are superb, as fine as any in the catalog.
46 and Op. 72 respectively. The Slavonic Dances are a series of 16 orchestral pieces composed by Antonín Dvořák in 1878 and 1886 and published in two sets as Opus 46 and Opus 72 respectively; they were inspired by Johannes Brahms’s own Hungarian Dances. The types of dances upon which Dvořák based his music include the furiant, the dumka, the polka, the sousedská, the skočná, the mazurka, the odzemek, the špacírka, the kolo and the polonaise. Opus 46. 1 in B major (Odzemek). 2 in E minor (Dumka).
|A1||No. 1 In B Major, Opus 72|
|A2||No. 3 In F Major, Opus 72|
|A3||No. 4 In D Flat, Opus 72|
|A4||No. 5 In B Flat Minor, Opus 72|
|A5||No. 6 In B Flat, Opus 72|
|B1||No. 8 In A Flat, Opus 72|
|B2||No. 2 In E Minor, Opus 46|
|B3||No. 3 In A Flat Major, Opus 46|
|B4||No. 4 In F Major, Opus 46|