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Dvorak: Silent Woods
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Dvorak: Silent Woods. Dvorak: Silent Woods.

Silent Woods (Czech: Klid) is the translated title of the composition by Antonín Dvořák initially published under the German title Waldesruhe. It is the fifth part of the cycle for piano four-hands, Ze Šumavy (From the Bohemian Forest) Op. 68, B. 133, composed in 1883. The work is also transcribed by the composer for cello and piano (B. 173) and for cello and orchestra (B. 182).

Silent Woods" Op. 68 No. 5 From "The Bohemian Forest". Performers Ofra Harnoy (Soloist, Violoncello) Prague Symphony Orchestra (Orchestra, Ensemble) Sir Charles Mackerras (Conductor). Composers Antonín Dvorák 8/9/1841, Mühlhausen an der Moldau (Nelahozeves), Stredoceský kraj, Czechia † 1/5/1904, Prag, Hauptstadt Prag, Czechia. Date of recording 24 September 1994 25 September 1994. Dvorák - Silent Woods, Cello Concerto, Rondo etc. Ofra Harnoy, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Charles Mackerras.

Dvorák: Silent Woods, O. 8/5 - version for Cello and Piano - Silent Woods. The Prague Orchestra & Sir Charles Mackerras.

Conductor Sir Charles Mackerras, one of the greatest foreign authorities on Czech music, (especially the works of Leoš Janáček and Antonín Dvořák), and still a very active musician will celebrate his 80th birthday on November 17. - In his honor, Supraphon is rereleasing the album of Dvořák's Slavonic Dances which he recorded with the Czech Philharmonic in Prague's Rudolfinum concert hall in 1999. Treat yourself to a remarkable musical experience with Dvořák's Slavonic Dances and Sir Charles Mackerras.

Composed By – Antonín Dvořák. Conductor – Sir Charles Mackerras. Executive-Producer – Stanislav Sýkora. Liner Notes – Jiří Berkovec. Orchestra – The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Producer – Jaroslav Rybář, Petr Vít. Notes.

Antonín Dvorák (Performer), Charles Mackerras (Performer), Renée Fleming (Performer), Ben Heppner (Performer), Czech Philharmonic Orchestra (Performer), Kühn Mixed Choir (Performer), Franz Hawlata (Performer), Eva Urbanová (Performer), Zdena Kloubová Dolora Zajick (Performer), Ivan Kusnjer (Performer) & 7 more Format: Audio C. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album.

For Cello and Orchestra (Dvořák). Orchestral score - . 4MB, 11 pp. - . /10 2 4 6 8 10 (-) - V/V/V - 2382 ⇩ - Generoso.


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