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Dvorak on new world instruments

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Copyright: we retain the copy right on our arrangements for public performance or any other commercial application but grant you the right to download it free of charge for your own personal use.  Donation: If you enjoy the music I would be grateful if you would make a donation to the charitable Trust Fund run by Croydon Whitgift Rotary Club.
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Recent Arrangements

The most recent recordings which we  have  published range from Bagatelles through  Quartets to all four movements of Dvorak’s  Eigth and Ninth Symphonies.  The MIDI files on  which the recording of the 9th Symphony  which includes the famous Largo in the second  movement have been used by kind permission  of Reinhold Behringer Professor of Creative  Technology at Leeds Metropolitan University as  I was not able to contact his colleague Jack  Gilbert. In the orchestral pieces we have used our full  new world instrumental palette whereas for  the piano pieces such as the Bagatelles and the  American Suite we rely on the Steel Drums,  Marimba and Gamelan as we do in the  Quartets. Eigth Symphony Movements: 8-1 8-2 8-3 8-4 Ninth Symphony Movements:    9-1  9-2 Largo 9-3 9-4 Quartet No 10 Op 51:   10-1 10-2 10-3 10-4 Quartet No 14 Op105 :  14-4

Two Humoresque 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 Humoresque 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. Humoresque Opus 101   No 1                                                      No 7 Slavonic Dance               No 10 Opus 72 Bagatelles Op 47 American Suite in A Major  We have also recorded the Schertzo Capriccioso which is another absolute gem.   Schertzo Capriccioso
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 All rights to the contents of this site are retained © 2004-2015 by Download2MP3 under UK law
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Donationware - How it works

Copyright: we retain the copy right on our arrangements for public performance or any other commercial application but grant you the right to download it free of charge for your own personal use.  Donation: If you enjoy the music I would be grateful if you would make a donation to the charitable Trust Fund run by Croydon Whitgift Rotary Club.
More Info

Dvorak on new

world instruments

Recent Arrangements

The most recent recordings which we  have published range from Bagatelles through Quartets to all four movements of Dvorak’s Eigth and Ninth Symphonies.  The MIDI files on which the recording of the 9th Symphony which includes the famous Largo in the second movement have been used by kind permission of Reinhold Behringer Professor of Creative Technology at Leeds Metropolitan University as I was not able to contact his colleague Jack Gilbert. In the orchestral pieces we have used our full new world instrumental palette whereas for the piano pieces such as the Bagatelles and the American Suite we rely on the Steel Drums, Marimba and Gamelan as we do in the Quartets. Eigth Symphony Movements: 8-1            8-2            8-3            8-4 Ninth Symphony Movements:    9-1             9-2 Largo            9-3           9-4 Quartet No 10 Op 51:   10-1 10-2 10-3 10-4 Quartet No 14 Op105 :  14-4

Two Humoresque 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 Humoresque 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. Humoresque Opus 101   No 1                                                      No 7 Slavonic Dance               No 10 Opus 72 Bagatelles Op 47 American Suite in A Major  We have also recorded the Schertzo Capriccioso which is another absolute gem. Schertzo Capriccioso
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