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Antonin Dvorak

Author Code: OADX

Born: Sep. 8, 1841 - Nelahozeves, Czechoslovakia

Died: May 1, 1904 - Prague, Czechoslovakia

Dvorak learned to play violin at an early age and at the age of 16, he attended the Prague Conservatory of Music. For a time he played violin in the Prague Provincial Theatre orchestra under the leadership of Smetana. Although he had already composed numerous pieces, including symphonies, his popularity first arrived with the publication (with the assistance of Brahms) of Moravian Duets and Slavonic Dances in 1878. Both of these were immensely popularand established his reputation as a composer. In 1892, he was invited to teach at the National Conservatory in New York, where he was appointed a director and in 1901, after returning to Czechoslovakia, he became the director of the Prague Conservatory. Dvorak was and is undoubtedly the best known Czech composer and his works are extremely popular even today. During his career he composed nine symphonies, including the very popular New World Symphony, sixteen string quartets and numerous symphonic poems, operas, choir works, songs, orchestral works and pieces for the violin and piano.

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
OADX001 Humoresque - Op. 101 No. 7 1894 5 1778k Music Score Download PDF - 'Humoresque - Op. 101 No. 7' (OADX001)
OADX002 Polka in B-Flat Major - Op. 53 1880 3 1100k Music Score Download PDF - 'Polka in B-Flat Major - Op. 53' (OADX002)
OADX003 Silhouette - Op. 8 No. 2 1872 2 594k Music Score Download PDF - 'Silhouette - Op. 8 No. 2' (OADX003)

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