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Two Humoresques and a Slavonic Dance
Dvorak owes his international fame to Brahms who spotted his potential and recommended him to his Berlin publisher. He was an established orchestral player and composer in Prague working with people like Smetna. He is particularly remembered for his orchestral works including symphonies and the sublime cello concerto as well as his choral and operatic scores. The Dvorak MP3 recordings we have here include a couple of jaunty examples from the Humoresques contrasted with an emotional Slavonic dance which illustrates his commitment to the development of Czech national culture from its folklore roots. Steel drums, synthesizers and harps bring new and exotic sparkling effects to these musical gems.