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Content
Antonín Dvorák
Symphony No. 9 "From the New World"
In Nature's Realm · Carnival · Othello

Artists

Genres
Orchestral

Features
2 CDs; booklet with liner notes in English, German, French and Finnish

Format:
CD

Released:
March 2002

Catalogue No.:
ODE 962-2D

EAN/UPC Code:
0761195096222

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Track listing

CD 1
40:56
Symphony No. 9 in E-minor, Op. 95 "From the New World"
1
I. Adagio - Allegro molto
9:12

2
II. Largo
12:27

3
III. Scherzo: Molto vivace
7:57

4
IV. Allegro con fuoco
11:18


CD 2
38:02
1
In Nature's Realm Overture, Op. 91
14:02

2
Carnival Overture, Op. 92
9:11

3
Othello Overture, Op. 93
14:38


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Press review

This is what any recording of this piece has to be about - communicating a masterpiece afresh without veering from tradition - and this recording now joins a select few at the top of the list.
Philip Haldeman, American Record Guide, November/December 2002

Though there are many fine versions of the New World Symphony, this one stands comparisons with the finest, as well as offering a unique and apt coupling in its two-disc format.
Edward Greenfield, Gramophone, July 2002

Complete description

This double CD (for the price of one) features Vladimir Ashkenazy conducting the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, who perform their compatriot Antonín Dvořák's famous Symphony No. 9 "From the New World". Also included are the three overtures Opp. 91-93, In Nature's Realm, Carnival and Othello.

Vladimir Ashkenazy served as the Czech Philharmonic's chief conductor from 1998-2003. These recordings were made in 1999 at the orchestra's home residency, the Dvořák Hall in Prague's historic Rudolfinum.

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