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Fascinated by the folklore of his native Bohemia, and gifted with inexhaustible melodic inventiveness, Antonin Dvorak went through several creative periods as he gradually broke out of the Classical mold; the last of these was deeply influenced by the years he spent in the United States. His kindness and optimism set him apart from the other great Romantics, darker and more tormented in character, and contributed to the unique charm and accessible character of his music, which have earned him justified popularity.
Fascinated by the folklore of his native Bohemia, and gifted with inexhaustible melodic inventiveness, Antonin Dvorak went through several creative periods as he gradually broke out of the Classical mold; the last of these was deeply influenced by the years he spent in the United States. His kindness and optimism set him apart from the other great Romantics, darker and more tormented in character, and contributed to the unique charm and accessible character of his music, which have earned him justified popularity.
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Dvorak: American Quartet 8 Waltzes
Artist: Talich Quartet
Format: CD
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1. Dvorák: 8 Waltzes, Op.54, B.101 I. Waltz No.1 (Transcribed By Antonín Dvorák)
2. Dvorák: 8 Waltzes, Op.54, B.101 II. Waltz No.2 (Transcribed By Antonín Dvorák)
3. Dvorák: 8 Waltzes, Op.54, B.101 III. Waltz No.3 (Transcribed By Jirí Kabát)
4. Dvorák: 8 Waltzes, Op.54, B.101 IV. Waltz No.4 (Transcribed By Jirí Kabát)
5. Dvorák: 8 Waltzes, Op.54, B.101 V. Waltz No.5 (Transcribed By Jirí Kabát)
6. Dvorák: 8 Waltzes, Op.54, B.101 VI. Waltz No.6 (Transcribed By Jirí Kabát)
7. Dvorák: 8 Waltzes, Op.54, B.101 VII. Waltz No.7 (Transcribed By Jirí Kabát)
8. Dvorák: 8 Waltzes, Op.54, B.101 VIII. Waltz No.8 (Transcribed By Jirí Kabát)
9. Dvorák: Quartet Movement in F Major, B.120 Quartet Movement in F Major, B. 120
10. Dvorák: String Quartet in F Major, Op.96, B.179 "American" I. Allegro Ma Non Troppo
11. Dvorák: String Quartet in F Major, Op.96, B.179 "American" II. Lento
12. Dvorák: String Quartet in F Major, Op.96, B.179 "American" III. Molto Vivace
13. Dvorák: String Quartet in F Major, Op.96, B.179 "American" IV. Finale. Vivace Ma Non Troppo

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Fascinated by the folklore of his native Bohemia, and gifted with inexhaustible melodic inventiveness, Antonin Dvorak went through several creative periods as he gradually broke out of the Classical mold; the last of these was deeply influenced by the years he spent in the United States. His kindness and optimism set him apart from the other great Romantics, darker and more tormented in character, and contributed to the unique charm and accessible character of his music, which have earned him justified popularity.
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