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  • Eschenbach | Dvořák: Sinfonie Nr. 9 e-Moll op. 95 | SWR Symphonieorchester

    48:27

    Antonín Dvořák: Sinfonie Nr. 9 e-Moll op. 95 (Aus der Neuen Welt) | Liederhalle Stuttgart, Mai 2019
    00:00:07 - Adagio - Allegro molto
    00:12:52 - Largo
    00:26:14 - Scherzo – Molto vivace – Poco sostenuto
    00:34:07 - Finale. Allegro con fuoco
    00:45:40 - Applaus

    SWR Symphonieorchester
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  • Herbert von Karajan - Dvořák: Symphonie No. 9 Du Nouveau Monde - Smetana: La Moldau

    53:46

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    00:00:00 Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, Op. 95, B. 178 From the New World: I. Adagio - Allegro molto
    00:09:40 Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, Op. 95, B. 178 From the New World: II. Largo
    00:22:35 Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, Op. 95, B. 178 From the New World: III. Scherzo. Molto vivace
    00:30:45 Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, Op. 95, B. 178 From the New World: IV. Final. Allegro con fuoco
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  • Antonín Dvořák Symphony No 9 in E minor From The New World - H. von Karajan - Wiener Philarmoniker

    43:51

    The Symphony No. 9 in E minor, From the New World, Op. 95, B. 178 (Czech: Symfonie č. 9 e moll „Z nového světa“), popularly known as the New World Symphony, was composed by Antonín Dvořák, while he was the director of the National Conservatory of Music of America. It is by far his most popular symphony, and one of the most popular of all symphonies. In older literature and recordings, this symphony was often numbered as Symphony No. 5. Dvořák was a master of the expressivity in music, with very beautiful sequences and compositions.

    A Sinfonia nº 9 em Mi menor, Do Mundo Novo, Opus 95, B178, conhecida como Sinfonia do Novo Mundo, popularmente, foi composta por Antonín Dvořák, quando foi diretor do National Conservatory of Music of America, sendo um mestre da expressividade em suas belas melodias e sequências. É, de longe, a sinfonia mais conhecida do compositor e uma das mais populares dentre todas as sinfonias. Em gravações antigas e escritos, a sinfonia era numerada como sendo a de Nº 5.

  • Vienna Philharmonic – Dvořák: Symphony No. 9 ‘From the New World’, IV. Allegro con fuoco

    11:59

    The official music video of the Vienna Philharmonic playing the famous 4th movement of the Symphony No. 9 ‘From the New World’, IV. Allegro con fuoco by Antonín Dvořák during the Summer Night Concert 2019 at Schloß Schönbrunn in Vienna.

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  • Dvořák: Symphony №9, From The New World - I - Adagio, Allegro Molto

    10:56

    Dvořák: Symphony №9 in E minor, Op. 95 From The New World

    Antonín Leopold Dvořák (1841 -- 1904) Composer.
    Herbert von Karajan (1908 -- 1989) Conducts.
    Wiener Philharmoniker -- 2/1985 Record at Vienna, The Großer Saal des Wiener Musikvereins.

  • Antonín Dvořák The Symphony No.9 in E minor, From the New World ,Op.95 I. Adagio - Allegro molto

    9:49

    2014.11.27 臺北市立大學校慶音樂會
    Antonín Dvořák The Symphony No.9 in E minor, From the New World ,Op.95
    I. Adagio - Allegro molto

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  • Dvořák - Symphony No. 9 in E Minor From the New World - IV. Allegro con fuoco

    11:25

    Antonín Dvořák - Symphony No. 9 in E Minor From the New World, Op. 95 - IV. Allegro con fuoco

    Wiener Philharmoniker - Herbert von Karajan

  • Dvořák Symphony No 9 New World Celibidache, Münchner Philharmoniker, 1991

    55:40

    Dvořák - Symohony No. 9 in E minor op. 95 From The New World
    Münchner Philharmoniker conducted by Sergiu Celibidache
    Recorded 1991
    1. Adagio - Allegro molto
    2. Largo
    3. Scherzo. Molto vivace
    4. Allegro con fuoco

  • Dvořák - Symphony No. 9 Dress Rehearsal

    1:56

    Andris Nelsons rehearsing with the BSO for our next set of concerts at Symphony Hall.

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  • Dvořák: The Symphony No. 9 From the New World

    43:51

    Gimnazija Kranj Great Christmas Concert 2018 - The Last Journey Home.
    Gimnazija Kranj Symphony Orchestra under the baton of maestro Nejc Bečan did again an amazing job. The Orchestra sold out the Gallus Hall in Cankarjev dom Slovenia in short seconds. This perfomance is a milestone. Primož Zevnik, director, recorded it with 17 cameras. Gimnazija Kranj kids play amazingly. Just enoy this powerful musical spectacle.

    The Symphony No. 9 in E minor, From the New World, Op. 95, B. 178 (Czech: Symfonie č. 9 e moll „Z nového světa“), popularly known as the New World Symphony, was composed by Antonín Dvořák in 1893 while he was the director of the National Conservatory of Music of America from 1892 to 1895. It is by far his most popular symphony, and one of the most popular of all symphonies. In older literature and recordings, this symphony was – as for its first publication – numbered as Symphony No. 5. Astronaut Neil Armstrong took a tape recording of the New World Symphony along during the Apollo 11 mission, the first Moon landing, in 1969. The symphony was completed in the building that now houses the Bily Clocks Museum.

    The piece has four movements:

    1. Adagio — Allegro molto
    2. Largo
    3. Scherzo. Molto vivace
    4. Allegro con fuoco

    GIMNAZIJA KRANJ SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
    FLAVTE / FLUTES: Aleksandra Pleterski, Katjuša Rupnik, Julija Ana Irgl, Karin Primožič, Ajda Kajdiž, Vito Krajnik, Ana Bergant, Brina Robinik Kobal, Neža Čadež; OBOE: Aris Vehovec, Neža Podbršček; KLARINETI / CLARINETS: Martina Strasser, Samanta Škorja, Peter Letonja, Aiden Franko, Jaka Bodlaj, Hana Grobovšek, Klara Polajnar; FAGOTA / BASSOONS: Jure Mesec, Stanko Koren; SAKSOFONI / SAXOPHONES: Primož Lah, Tine Bohinc, Zaž Hozjan, Gal Grobovšek; ROGOVI / FRENCH HORNS: Mihajlo Bulajić, Tadej Kopitar, Marko Pirc, Timea Erdei; TROBENTE / TRUMPETS: Aleš Klančar, Lenart Zih, Marko Novak, Tim Kovačič; POZAVNE / TROMBONES: Domen Gantar, Žan Škrjanec, Nejc Kurbos, Klemen Osterman; EVFONIJ / EUPHONIUM: Jakob Istenič; TUBA: Tilen Oblak; TOLKALA / PERCUSSION: Vid Ušeničnik, Dan Ažman, Miha Ogris, Jan Dolenc; HARFA / HARP: Urška Rihtaršič; KLAVIR / PIANO: Pia Potnik, Liza Rozman; PRVE VIOLINE / 1st VIOLINS: Matjaž Bogataj, Kana Matsui, Peter Jud, Oskar Longyka, Ajda Porenta, Eva Dukarič, Sandi Baitokova, Neža Capuder, Mojca Jerman, Tina Blaznik, Aleksander Rogina, Leja Meglič, Ana Poklukar, Lara Bogataj, Lana Grbič; DRUGE VIOLINE / 2nd VIOLINS: Veronica Radigna, Ana Sešek, Vera Magdevska, Monika Šolman, Laura Bartelj, Nadine Gertler, Nikola Semic, Tonka Pogačnik Pirnat, Ana Krpan, Nina Pečar, Klara Gruden, Taja Starčič Križnar, Laura Ana Oman, Katja Kadivec, Tajda Kadivec, Tara Tofaj; VIOLE / VIOLAS: Špela Pirnat, Luka Dukarić, Anuša Plesničar, Petar Njegovan, Hana Lavrinc, Maja Zupin, Tilen Udovič, Gaja Ana Zvonar, Anastazija Krenn, Žiga Lonec, Martin Kokošinek, Maruša Lučič Bolka; VIOLONČELA / CELLOS: Maruša Bogataj, Sebastian Bertoncelj, Tamara Gombač, Alenka Piotrowicz, Vita Peterlin, Katarina Kozjek, Ema Kobal, Nika Vremšak, Arslan Hamidulin, Jona Levar, Hana Ekar Grlj, Ana Zupan; KONTRABASI / DOUBLE BASSES: Miha Firšt, Joana González Subirà, Arthur Piotrowicz, Rok Hozjan, Luka Brodarič, Matjaž Zorko, Karim Zajec.

    predsednica orkestra / orchestra chief operations officer: Katjuša Rupnik

    PRODUCTION
    Radio Slovenija
    Cankarjev dom: Tina Kramberger
    VPK: Sven Godec
    MOPS: Marjan Cerar
    TAJUS: Juš Hrastnik
    PPZ: Primož Zevnik
    KLOPOTEC: mastering Iztok Zupan
    Yasmin: Tina Karba, Marko Trilar
    Gimnazija Kranj: mag. Franc Rozman

    BALANCE ENGINEER:
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    BALANCE ENGINEER ASSISTANT:
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    MASTERING
    Iztok Zupan

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    Matija Ječnik, Vid Košiček, Jaka Ušeničnik, Jernej Zatler, Miha Lipovec, Domen Sajovic, Jurij Samykin, Andraž Stariha, Lan Jenčič, Tilen Stranjnar

    CAMERAS
    Juš Egart, Luka Stojanović, Nejc Soklič, Luka Šarec, Aljaž Lavtižar, Juš Hrastnik, Gal Nagode, Marjan Cerar, Jerneja Rotar

    VPK Cameras (9 in broadcast system)

    vodji produkcije / production managers: Dan Ažman, Gal Nagode
    asistent režiserja / assistant director: Juš Hrastnik

    režiser / concert and broadcast director: Primož Zevnik
    primoz.zevnik@gmail.com

  • Aus der Neuen Welt – Antonín Dvořák | Sinfonie Nr. 9

    6:36

    Aus der Neuen Welt – Antonín Dvořák | Sinfonie Nr. 9
    Markus und Pascal Kaufmann
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    Musik in diesem Video: Antonín Dvořák – 9. Symphonie e-Moll op. 95 „Aus der Neuen Welt“

    Häufig haben Universalorgeln die Problematik, weder für barocke noch für sinfonische Musik besonders gut geeignet zu sein. Die Orgel von Daniel Kern in der Frauenkirche zu Dresden sticht hier aber als ein Beispiel für eine hervorragend gelungene Brücke zwischen den Orgeltraditionen heraus. Maßstab bei der Wahl des Instrumentes für die vorliegende Einspielung der Sinfonie Nr. 9 „Aus der Neuen Welt“ von Antonín Dvořák in der von Pascal Kaufmann transkribierten Fassung für Orgel vierhändig war die gute Zeichnungsfähigkeit charakteristischer 8‘- und 4'-Grundstimmen. Dank der Mannigfaltigkeit der Pfeifenmensuren, einerseits nach Gottfried und Andreas Silbermann, andererseits nach Cavaillé-Coll (Frankreich, 19. Jahrhundert), bot sich an der Kern-Orgel eine ausreichend große Auswahl. Das sehr dynamische Schwellwerk mit französischen Zungenregistern und die Setzer-Anlage mit modernen Standards ermöglichen es, mit insgesamt über 400 verschiedenen Registrierungen die Sinfonie lebendig zu gestalten.

    Zwei weitere Kompositionen ergänzen die vorliegende CD: die Humoreske op. 101/7 von Antonín Dvořrák in einer Transkription für (zweihändige) Orgel von Edwin Lemare und „Der Heilige Franziskus von Paula auf den Wogen schreitend“ S 175 von Franz Liszt, gleichfalls als vierhändige Transkription von Pascal Kaufmann – ein Werk, das den Facettenreichtum der 2005 erbauten Kern-Orgel in der Frauenkirche Dresden abermals wunderbar abbildet.

    Die aus dem sächsischen Lichtenstein stammenden Brüder Markus und Pascal Kaufmann studierten gemeinsam an der Dresdner Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber sowie der Hochschule für Kirchenmusik in Dresden. Pascal Kaufmann war Assistent bei Frauenkirchen-Organist Samuel Kummer und ist aktuell Kirchenmusiker im sächsischen Augustusburg, Markus Kaufmann wirkt als Domorganist in Quedlinburg. Die Aufnahme der vorliegenden CD wurde von der Stiftung Frauenkirche unterstützt.


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  • Dvořák: Symphony No.9 From the New World / Kubelík Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

    47:48

    1st [0:48] 2nd [10:28] 3rd [23:34] 4th [31:31]

    Rafael Kubelík
    Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

    1991.10.11 Live

  • Antonín Dvořák – Symphony No. 9 in E minor / Sinfonietta Cracovia, Jurek Dybał

    13:56

    Antonín Dvořák – Symphony No. 9 in E minor (2nd movement)

    Performers:
    Jurek Dybał – conductor
    Sinfonietta Cracovia

    ICE KRAKOW Congress Centre
    23.11.2014
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    Antonín Dvořák – IX Symfonia e-moll „Z Nowego Świata” op. 95 (cz. II)

    Wykonawcy:
    Jurek Dybał – dyrygent
    Sinfonietta Cracovia

    Centrum Kongresowe ICE KRAKÓW
    23.11.2014

  • Dvořák: Symphony №9, From The New World - IV - Allegro Con Fuoco

    13:08

    Dvořák: Symphony №9 in E minor, Op. 95 From The New World

    Antonín Leopold Dvořák (1841 -- 1904) Composer
    Herbert von Karajan (1908 -- 1989) Conducts
    Wiener Philharmoniker -- 2/1985 Record at Vienna, The Großer Saal des Wiener Musikvereins.

  • Dvořák - Symphony No. 9 in E Minor From the New World - II. Largo

    12:49

    Antonín Dvořák - Symphony No. 9 in E Minor From the New World, Op. 95 - II. Largo

    Wiener Philharmoniker - Herbert von Karajan

  • Dvořák: Symphony No.8 in G major - Karajan / Wiener Philharmoniker

    36:49

    Antonín Dvořák: Symphony No.8 in G major, Op.88

    I. Allegro con brio (00:00)
    II. Adagio (09:31)
    III. Allegretto grazioso (21:11)
    IV. Allegro, ma non troppo (26:49)

    Wiener Philharmoniker
    Herbert von Karajan, conductor

    August 15, 1974
    Großes Festspielhaus, Salzburg

  • Dvořák Symphony No 9 Metal Version

    2:40

    My arrangement of The Symphony No. 9 in E minor, From the New World, Op. 95, B. 178, known as the New World Symphony by Antonin Dvořák. Metal cover for electric guitar.

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  • Dvořák - Symphony No. 9 in E Minor From the New World - I. Adagio, Allegro Molto

    10:32

    Antonín Dvořák - Symphony No. 9 in E Minor From the New World, Op. 95 - I. Adagio, Allegro Molto

    Wiener Philharmoniker - Herbert von Karajan

  • Dvořák 9th Symphony, Mov I

    11:58

    Gerard Schwarz, conductor
    All-Star Orchestra
    Antonín Dvořák: Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Op. 95
    I. Adagio–Allegro molto

    Recorded in August 2012

  • Dvořák: 9. Sinfonie ∙ hr-Sinfonieorchester ∙ Andrés Orozco-Estrada

    50:53

    Antonín Dvořák: 9. Sinfonie (»Aus der Neuen Welt«) ∙

    I. Adagio – Allegro molto ∙
    II. Largo ∙
    III: Scherzo. Molto vivace ∙
    IV. Allegro con fuoco ∙

    hr-Sinfonieorchester – Frankfurt Radio Symphony ∙
    Andrés Orozco-Estrada, Dirigent ∙

    hr-Sinfoniekonzert ∙
    Alte Oper Frankfurt, 25. Mai 2018 ∙

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  • Dvořák: New World Symphony

    41:01

    With his “New World Symphony”, Antonin Dvořák combined typical American color with individual sounds from his native Bohemia. This unique synthesis of styles inspired many other classical composers and is one of the most popular classical works of all time.
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    Dvořák: New World Symphony Tracklist
    0:00-Carlo Maria Giulini - Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, Op. 95, 'From the New World': I. Adagio - Allegro molto
    9:17-Carlo Maria Giulini - Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, Op. 95, 'From the New World': II. Largo
    21:50-Philharmonia Orchestra/Carlo Maria Giulini - Symphony No. 9 in E minor B178 (Op. 95), From the New World (1988 Remastered Version): III. Scherzo (Molto vivace)
    29:42-Carlo Maria Giulini - Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, Op. 95, From the New World: IV. Allegro con fuoco
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  • Dvořák - Symphony n°9 - NYP / Bernstein

    43:25

    Antonín Dvořák

    Symphony n°9 op.95

    I. Adagio - Allegro molto 0:00
    II. Largo 11:05
    III. Scherzo. Molto vivace 25:48
    IV. Allegro con fuoco 32:20

    New York Philharmonic
    Leonard Bernstein
    Studio recording, New York 1962

  • Antonín Dvořák - Sinfonie Nr. 9 Aus der neuen Welt

    43:50

    Orchesterkonzert des Joseph Haydn Konservatoriums am 9.5.2018 im Lisztzentrum Raiding

    Antonín Dvořák - Sinfonie Nr. 9 in e-Moll Op. 95 Aus der neuen Welt

    1. Adagio - Allegro molto 0:05
    2. Largo 10:12
    3. Scherzo, Molto vivace 22:11
    4. Allegro con fuoco 23:00

    Musikalische Leitung: Peter Gülke

    Ton: Markus Apfler
    Aufnahme und Schnitt: Peter Lukan

  • Antonín Dvořák: 9.Sinfonie e-Moll Aus der Neuen Welt

    46:22

    Live Mitschnitt aus dem Katharinensaal Rostock vom 12.04.2011
    Hochschulorchester - Leitung: Christfried Göckeritz

  • Antonín Dvořák - Symphony No. 9, From the New World - Paavo Järvi/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

    47:27

    Antonín Dvořák spent the years between 1892 - 1895 working in America as the Director of the National Conservatory of Music in New York. It was during this time that he wrote Symphony No. 9, From the new World. This symphony was the one that brought him the most resounding success in 1893 when it was first performed. He was sending notes back to his friends and famiy in Czechoslovakia from the New World, America.

    The Symphony No. 9 in E Minor From the New World, Op. 95, B. 178, popularly known as the New World Symphony, was composed by Antonín Dvořák in 1893 during his visit to the United States from 1892 to 1895. It is by far his most popular symphony, and one of the most popular in the modern repertoire. In older literature and recordings this symphony is often indicated as Symphony No. 5

    Dvořák was interested in the Native American music and African-American spirituals he heard in America. Upon his arrival in America, he stated:

    I am convinced that the future music of this country must be founded on what are called Negro melodies. These can be the foundation of a serious and original school of composition, to be developed in the United States. These beautiful and varied themes are the product of the soil. They are the folk songs of America and your composers must turn to them.

    The symphony was commissioned by the New York Philharmonic, and premiered on December 16, 1893, at Carnegie Hall conducted by Anton Seidl. A day earlier, in an article published in the New York Herald on December 15, 1893, Dvořák further explained how Native American music had been an influence on this symphony:

    I have not actually used any of the [Native American] melodies. I have simply written original themes embodying the peculiarities of the Indian music, and, using these themes as subjects, have developed them with all the resources of modern rhythms, counterpoint, and orchestral colour.

    In the same article, Dvořák stated that he regarded the symphony's second movement as a sketch or study for a later work, either a cantata or opera ... which will be based upon Longfellow's [The Song of] Hiawatha (Dvořák never actually wrote such a piece). He also wrote that the third movement scherzo was suggested by the scene at the feast in Hiawatha where the Indians dance.

    Curiously enough, passages which modern ears perceive as the musical idiom of African-American spirituals may have been intended by Dvořák to evoke a Native American atmosphere. In 1893, a newspaper interview quoted Dvořák as saying I found that the music of the negroes and of the Indians was practically identical, and that the music of the two races bore a remarkable similarity to the music of Scotland. Most historians agree that Dvořák is referring to the pentatonic scale, which is typical of each of these musical traditions.

    In a 2008 article in The Chronicle of Higher Education, prominent musicologist Joseph Horowitz asserts that African-american spirituals were a major influence on the ninth symphony, quoting Dvořák from an 1893 interview in the New York Herald as saying, In the negro melodies of America I discover all that is needed for a great and noble school of music.

    Despite all this, it is generally considered that, like other Dvořák pieces, the work has more in common with folk music of his native Bohemia than with that of the United States. Leonard Bernstein averred that the work was truly multinational in its foundations.

    The anthem of the Bureau of International Expositions was extracted from the starting part of the fourth movement of the symphony.


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  • Antonín Dvořák - Symphony No. 9 From the New World, Op. 95 - I. Adagio - Allegro Molto

    9:08

    The Symphony No. 9 in E Minor From the New World, Op. 95, B. 178 (Czech: Symfonie č. 9 e moll „Z nového světa), popularly known as the New World Symphony, was composed by Antonín Dvořák in 1893 during his visit to the United States from 1892 to 1895. The symphony was commissioned by the New York Philharmonic, and premiered on December 16, 1893 at Carnegie Hall conducted by Anton Seidl.

    The piece has four movements:

    I. Adagio - Allegro molto
    II. Largo
    III. Scherzo: Molto vivace - Poco sostenuto
    IV. Allegro con fuoco

    Conductor: Anton Nanut
    Orchestra: Radio Symphony Orchestra Ljubljana

  • Dvořák - Symphony No.9 in E minor, Op.95; B 178, From the New World

    44:18

    Correction: 'From a New World' in the title card should be 'From the New World'. Apologies for the error!

    Antonín Leopold Dvořák (8 September 1841 – 1 May 1904)
    Symphony No.9 in E minor, Op.95; B.178, 'From the New World'

    2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets in B-flat & A, 2 bassoons, 4 horns in E, C and F, 2 trumpets in E, C and E-flat, 2 tenor trombones, bass trombone, tuba, timpani, triangle, cymbals, strings

    Berliner Philharmoniker (orchestra), Ferenc Fricsay (conductor)
    Stereo recording, 1959

    0:06 - I. Adagio—Allegro molto
    10:07 - II. Largo
    24:01 - III. Scherzo: Molto vivace
    32:16 - IV. Allegro con fuoco

    The Symphony No.9 in E minor, From the New World, popularly known as the New World Symphony, was composed by Antonín Dvořák in 1893 while he was the director of the National Conservatory of Music of America from 1892 to 1895. It is by far his most popular symphony, and one of the most popular of all symphonies. In older literature and recordings, this symphony was often numbered as Symphony No.5. Astronaut Neil Armstrong took a tape recording of the New World Symphony along during the Apollo 11 mission, the first Moon landing, in 1969. The symphony was completed in the building that now houses the Bily Clocks Museum.

    Dvořák was interested in Native American music and the African-American spirituals he heard in North America. As director of the National Conservatory he encountered an African-American student, Harry T. Burleigh, later a composer himself, who sang traditional spirituals to him and said that Dvorak had absorbed their 'spirit' before writing his own melodies. Dvořák stated:
    I am convinced that the future music of this country must be founded on what are called Negro melodies. These can be the foundation of a serious and original school of composition, to be developed in the United States. These beautiful and varied themes are the product of the soil. They are the folk songs of America and your composers must turn to them.

    The symphony was commissioned by the New York Philharmonic, and premiered on December 16, 1893, at Carnegie Hall conducted by Anton Seidl. A day earlier, in an article published in the New York Herald on December 15, 1893, Dvořák further explained how Native American music had been an influence on this symphony:
    I have not actually used any of the [Native American] melodies. I have simply written original themes embodying the peculiarities of the Indian music, and, using these themes as subjects, have developed them with all the resources of modern rhythms, counterpoint, and orchestral colour.

    In the same article, Dvořák stated that he regarded the symphony's second movement as a sketch or study for a later work, either a cantata or opera ... which will be based upon Longfellow's The Song of Hiawatha (Dvorak never actually wrote such a piece). He also wrote that the third movement scherzo was suggested by the scene at the feast in Hiawatha where the Indians dance.

    Dvořák was also influenced by the style and techniques used by earlier classical composers including Beethoven and Schubert. The falling fourths and timpani strokes in the New World Symphony's Scherzo movement evokes the Scherzo of Beethoven's Choral Symphony. In his fourth movement, Dvořák's use of flashbacks to prior movements is reminiscent of Beethoven quoting prior movements as part of the opening Presto of the last movement.

    At the premiere in Carnegie Hall, the end of every movement was met with thunderous clapping and Dvořák felt obliged to stand up and bow. This was one of the greatest public triumphs of Dvořák's career. When the symphony was published, several European orchestras soon performed it. Alexander Mackenzie conducted the London Philharmonic Society in the European premiere on June 21, 1894. Clapham says the symphony became one of the most popular of all time and at a time when the composer's main works were being welcomed in no more than ten countries, this symphony reached the rest of the musical world and has become a universal favorite. It was performed (as of 1978) more often than any other symphony at the Royal Festival Hall, London and is in tremendous demand in Japan.

    The theme from the Largo was adapted into the spiritual-like song Goin' Home (often mistakenly considered a folk song or traditional spiritual) by Dvořák's pupil William Arms Fisher, who wrote the lyrics in 1922.

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    Antonín Dvořák: Symphony No.9 in E minor, Op.95 From the New World

    I. Adagio - Allegro molto (00:00)
    II. Largo (09:18)
    III. Scherzo: Molto vivace (22:22)
    IV. Allegro con fuoco (29:58)

    Czech Philharmonic
    Charles Mackerras, conductor

    September 8, 2004
    Royal Albert Hall, London

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    Antonín Dvořák: Symphony No.9 in E minor, Op.95 From the New World

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    II. Largo (12:10)
    III. Scherzo: Molto vivace (24:08)
    IV. Allegro con fuoco (32:11)

    Wiener Philharmoniker
    Seiji Ozawa, conductor

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    Großes Festspielhaus, Salzburg

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  • Dvořák: Symphony No. 9 in E minor „From the New World“ Op. 95

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    Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904)

    Symphony No. 9 in E minor „From the New World“ Op. 95 (1893)
    Sinfonie Nr.9 in e-Moll „Aus der neuen Welt“ op.95 (1893)

    I. Adagio – Allegro molto
    II. Largo 10:08
    III. Scherzo: Molto vivace 23:59
    IV. Allegro con fuoco 32:45

    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
    Wiener Philharmoniker
    Conductor (Dirigent): Karl Böhm

    Recorded (Aufnahme):
    Goldener Saal des Musikvereins, Wien
    1978

  • Antonín Dvořák Symphony No.9 From the New World, Karel Ančerl

    40:03

    Antonín Dvořák Symphony No.9 in E minor Op.95, From the New World
    1. Adagio. Allegro molto 0:05
    2. Largo 9:14
    3. Molto vivace 20:52
    4. Allegro con fuoco 28:46
    Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
    Karel Ančerl, Conductor
    Rec.: 1961 at Rudolfinum, Prague

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    Gerard Schwarz, conductor
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    Antonín Dvořák: Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Op. 95
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    8:45

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    The piece has four movements:

    I. Adagio - Allegro molto
    II. Largo
    III. Scherzo: Molto vivace - Poco sostenuto
    IV. Allegro con fuoco

    Conductor: Anton Nanut
    Orchestra: Radio Symphony Orchestra Ljubljana

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    11:58

    Gerard Schwarz, conductor
    All-Star Orchestra
    Antonín Dvořák: Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Op. 95
    I. Adagio—Allegro molto

    Recorded in August 2012

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    Gerard Schwarz, conductor
    All-Star Orchestra
    Antonín Dvořák: Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Op. 95
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    The Symphony No. 9 in E minor, From the New World, Op. 95, B. 178, popularly known as the New World Symphony, was composed by Antonín Dvořák in 1893 while he was the director of the National Conservatory of Music of America from 1892 to 1895. It is by far his most popular symphony, and one of the most popular of all symphonies. In older literature and recordings, this symphony was – as for its first publication – numbered as Symphony No. 5. Astronaut Neil Armstrong took a tape recording of the New World Symphony along during the Apollo 11mission, the first Moon landing, in 1969. The symphony was completed in the building that now houses the Bily Clocks Museum.

    This symphony is scored for the following orchestra:

    2 flutes (one doubling piccolo)
    2 oboes (one doubling English horn)
    2 clarinets in B flat & A
    2 bassoons
    4 horns in E, C and F
    2 trumpets in E, C and E♭
    2 tenor trombones
    Bass trombone
    Tuba (second movement only)
    Timpani
    Triangle (third movement only)
    Cymbals (fourth movement only)
    Strings

    The piece has four movements:

    I. Adagio – Allegro molto (00:00)
    II. Largo (12:07)
    III. Scherzo: Molto vivace (25:27)
    IV. Allegro con fuoco (33:04)

    Claudio Abbado - Berliner Philharmoniker Orchestra

    Recording: Berlin Philahrmonie, Großer Saal, 5/1997
    Produced by Christopher Alder
    Tonmeister (Balance Engineer): Klaus Hiemann
    Recording Engineer: Jobst Eberhardt
    Post-Production & Editing: Wolfgang Mitlehner
    ℗ 1999 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Hamburg
    © 1999 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Hamburg
    Cover Photo: Cordula Groth
    Art Direction: Hartmut Pfeiffer
    Printed in Germany by/Imprime en RFA par Neef, Wittingen.

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    Bukowski School of Music Symphony Orchestra, Wrocław (Wroclaw, Breslau, Vratislavia) Poland
    Artur Wróbel - conductor

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  • Dvořák 9th Symphony, Mov IV

    12:02

    Gerard Schwarz, conductor
    All-Star Orchestra
    Antonín Dvořák: Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Op. 95
    IV. Allegro con fuoco

    Recorded in August 2012

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    ANTONÍN DVORÁK (1841-1904)
    Sinfonía nº 9, en mi menor, op. 95, Del Nuevo Mundo
    Adagio - Allegro (0:18)
    Largo (10:23)
    Scherzo. Molto vivace (23:00)
    Allegro con fuoco (31:00)


    Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia
    Eliahu Inbal, director
    Grabación realizada en el Palacio de la Ópera de A Coruña el 10 de noviembre de 2017.

    Realización de Antonio Cid / RDC Producciones
    Sonido de Pablo Barreiro / Radio Galega

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    The piece has four movements:

    I. Adagio - Allegro molto
    II. Largo
    III. Scherzo: Molto vivace - Poco sostenuto
    IV. Allegro con fuoco

    Conductor: Anton Nanut
    Orchestra: Radio Symphony Orchestra Ljubljana

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    A. Dvořák Symphony No.9 From the New World, Karajan

    1. Adagio – Allegro molto
    2. Largo
    3. Molto vivace
    4. Allegro con fuoco

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    48:52

    1st [2:25] 2nd [12:23] 3rd [25:14] 4th [33:33]

    Václav Neumann
    Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

    1993.12.11 Live

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