Czech Romantic composer Antonín Leopold Dvořák was born in 1841 and died in 1904. His best known work is probably his ninth and last symphony, From the New World. His influences included Czech folk music, American pentatonic themes and flattened 7ths, and earlier musicians whom he admired.
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Birth and death dates, portrait photograph, and two pictures each of his tomb in Prague and memorial bust in New York City from Find a Grave.
Overview of the classical composer, with biography, major works and influences, and sheet music and sound files from his New World Symphony.
Antonin Dvorák: From Bohemia to New York
Biography, suggested reading, timeline, key works, recommended recordings, composer quotes, and suggested further resources.
Many piano, chamber and orchestra compositions in MIDI files (free downloadable with no download limits). Includes photograph and links from Kunst der Fuge.
Directory of MP3 files that have been made available by the performing artists on Classic Cat.
Filmography at IMDb with list of movies and television programs using or based on his music. Includes brief biography and summary of his works.
Brief biography, photograph, discography, recommended biographies and scores, CD reviews, and links from Classical Net.
Classical Archives: Antonín Dvořák
Biography from the Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music. Complete files offered in MIDI, MP3, and Windows Media audio formats, including live recordings of featured artists.
Dvorak, Antonin (1841-1904)
Biography, caricature, summaries of orchestral, piano, chamber, operatic, and vocal music, and Naxos discography.
The Dvořák Society
Devoted to Czech and Slovak composers and performers past and present with newsletter archives, organization and membership information, and links. Hosted by MusicWeb.
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