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Dvořák, Minnesota Orchestra, Neville Marriner - Symphonies 7, 8 & 9 «New World» album

Dvořák, Minnesota Orchestra, Neville Marriner - Symphonies 7, 8 & 9 «New World» album
  • Performer Dvořák
  • Title Symphonies 7, 8 & 9 «New World»
  • Date of release 1985
  • Style Romantic
  • Other formats MP4 AUD MIDI AU MMF AA ASF
  • Genre Classical
  • Size MP3 1749 mb
  • Size FLAC 1137 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
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Conductor – Neville Marriner. Illustration – Silvan Steenbrink. Liner Notes – John Clapham. Liner Notes – Jean Dupart. Liner Notes – Wilfried Sczepan. Orchestra – Minnesota Orchestra.

Dvorák: Symphonies Nos. 8 & 9Audio CD. Antonin Dvorak. Recorded in the late 1960's through the mid 1970's, Rafael Kubelik's performances of the Dvořák symphonies with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra have been at or near the top of most lists of 'recommended' full Dvořák symphony cycles since they were first released as an integral collection

Dvořák: Symphonies No., 8 and 9. Academy of St Martin in the Fields Orchestra Orchestra, Sir Neville Marriner Conductor. CDs: 2 Tracks: 14 Length: 2:19:45. CD 1 of 2. Antonín (Leopold) Dvořák Composer. Symphony N. in D-, . 41, O. 0 (first published as N. ) Work. Sir Neville Marriner Conductor, Academy of St Martin in the Fields Orchestra Orchestra. 1. llegro maestoso. in E- ('From the New World'), O. 5 Work.

Symphonies 7 & 8 Antonín Dvořák. Symphonies 7 & 8. 1992. This album has an average beat per minute of 126 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 88/154 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Symphonies 7 & 8. Album starts at 88BPM, ends at 138BPM (+50), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Antonín Dvořák. We are the largest database of beats per minutes in the world. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.

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. 7, 8 & 9 "From the New World". Although anyone who reveres the conductor or the music owes it to themselves to hear Giulini's superlative Eighth and Ninth symphonies, along with his brilliant Carnaval Overture and Scherzo capriccioso, they are advised to skip Giulini's mediocre Seventh, which can only tarnish his otherwise outstanding performances.

Tracklist

Symphony No. 7 In D Minor Op. 70
1-1 1. Allegro Maestoso 10:51
1-2 2. Poco Adagio 9:51
1-3 3. Scherzo (Vivace) 7:30
1-4 4. Finale (Allegro) 8:26
Symphony No. 8 In G Op. 88
1-5 1. Allegro Con Brio 10:30
1-6 2. Adagio 10:17
2-1 3. Allegretto Grazioso 6:10
2-2 4. Allegro Ma Non Troppo 9:46
Symphony No. 9 In E Minor "From The New World" Op. 95
2-3 1. Adagio - Allegro Molto 12:05
2-4 2. Largo 11:33
2-5 3. Scherzo (Molto Vivace) 7:37
2-6 4. Allegro Con Fuoco 11:42

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Phonogram International B.V.
  • Manufactured By – Polygram, Hanover, West Germany
  • Recorded At – Minneapolis Orchestra Hall
  • Recorded By – 3M

Credits

  • Art Direction – Top Cover
  • Composed By – Antonín Dvořák
  • Conductor – Neville Marriner*
  • Illustration [Cover] – Silvan Steenbrink
  • Liner Notes [English] – John Clapham
  • Liner Notes [French Translation] – Jean Dupart
  • Liner Notes [German Translation] – Wilfried Sczepan
  • Orchestra – Minnesota Orchestra

Notes

Double thickness CD box with two inlay cards (front and back)
Liner booklet inside box

CD Label:
- Maroon, silver and white background with black text
- Philips Digital Classics logo (white text) on maroon horizontal bar above hub
- Compact Disc Digital Audio logo and catalog number at 10 o'clock
- "℗ 1985:1-4 1981:5-6" (CD1) / "℗ 1981:1-2 1985:3-6" (CD2) / "DIGITAL RECORDING" at 9 o'clock
- Disc Number at 8 o'clock
- Philips logo at 7 o'clock
- "MADE IN W.GERMANY BY POLYGRAM" around circumference at 6 o'clock
- Track listing and credits down right-hand side of label (white background)

12-page liner booklet, with 4 page cover (stapled):
- Front Cover: Maroon bar with white Philips Digital Classics logo (top)
- Inside Front Cover: Blank
- Page 1: Composer / Work Titles / Artist credits
- Page 2: Portrait photo of Dvorak
- Pages 3 to 5:
--- Liner Notes in English (translation of French text)
--- "Texts © 1984 Phonogram International B.V., Baarn, The Netherlands" (on page 5)
- Pages 6 to 8: Liner Notes (German translation)
- Pages 9 to 11: Liner Notes (French translation)
- Page 12: Blank
- Inside Back Cover:
--- Compact Disc Digital Audio system description in German, English, French and Italian
--- "Printed in West Germany - Made in West Germany"
- Back Cover:
--- "Digital Recording • Digital Aufnahme • Enregistrement numérique" (top, white text on maroon bar)
--- Catalog Number (top right) / SPARS Code
--- Full track listing with timings / Artist credits
--- "Recorded: Minnesota, U.S.A. 2/1981 (No. 8); 3/1984 (Nos. 7 & 9)
--- "A 3M digital recording" (Symphony No. 8 only)
--- Philips logo
--- "Printed in West Germany / Made in West Germany"

Inlay Card:
- Details as per back cover of liner booklet
- Barcode (top right)
- Catalog Number with boxed "PH2" suffix / SPARS Code (under barcode)
- Philips logo
- Illustration and Art Direction credits
- "© Phonogram International B.V."
- "Printed in West Germany / Made in West Germany"
- "CD is manufactured by PolyGram in Hanover, West Germany"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 28941 25422 1
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 412 543-2 01 # K
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2 ): 412 544-2 02 * M
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Other (Boxed catalog number suffix on inlay card): PH2
  • Other (CD1 Catalog Number): 412 543-2
  • Other (CD1 Catalog Number): 412 544-2