DVORAK

Antonín Dvořák
Composer, 1841 - 1904
DVORAK: Serenade for String Orchestra in E Major, Op. 22
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EUR 4,75DVORAK: Serenade for String Orchestra in E Major, Op. 22
Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904):
String Serenade in E Major, Op. 22
Performed by the Beethoven Academy Orchestra Krakau,
conducted by Pawel Przytocki
A concert recording from Bad Homburg Castle in Germany
HD Recording · DDD · Duration: 25 Min. 25 Sec.
MP3 · 320 kBit/sec · 5 Tracks · incl. Digital Booklet
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***** BEST RECORDING
This is the best recording I have found of Dvorak's String Serenade!
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***** My favourite
Your version of Dvorak's String Serenade is my favourite... Gotta loveit...damn! This guy is so good!
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***** An ideal introduction
An ideal introduction to one of Poland's most talented and exciting young conductors, whose work has been compared to that of Carlos Kleiber and Svjatoslav Richter.
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***** Five Stars
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February 16, 2015: Dvorak's String Serenade Op.22 is BEST SELLER on Amazon.com: Best Sellers Rank 1 in 'Symphonies / Romantic' - Best Sellers Rank 2 in 'Periods / Romantic' - Best Sellers Rank 3 in 'Symphonies / Classical'
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***** Superb
I heard this piece at a summer concert in Symphony Hall and was thoroughly enchanted by it. I downloaded it on to my ipod and it features regularly. It is a very melodic, uplifting, life-enhancing piece, superbly played.
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The Art Of Conduction · Dvorak & Mozart
CD
EUR 22,00The Art Of Conduction · Dvorak & Mozart
The Art Of Conduction · Dvorak & Mozart
Concerts conducted by Pawel Przytocki:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
Symphony No. 36 in C Major, K. 425 "Linz"
Orchesta: Schlesische Kammerphilharmonie Kattowitz
A concert at the church of Maulbronn Monastery 2002.
Antonín Dvorák:
Serenade for String Orchestra in E Major, Opus 22
Orchestra: Beethoven Academy Orchestra Krakau
A concert at the Bad Homburg Castle 2007.
CD · DDD · c. 58 Minutes
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***** BEST RECORDING
This is the best recording I have found of Dvorak's String Serenade!
A customer on iTunes
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***** My favourite
Your version of Dvorak's String Serenade is my favourite... Gotta loveit...damn! This guy is so good!
A listener on YouTube
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***** An ideal introduction
An ideal introduction to one of Poland's most talented and exciting young conductors, whose work has been compared to that of Carlos Kleiber and Svjatoslav Richter.
New Classics UK
Review
***** Five Stars
PLEASED. ORDER.
Laura J Hefner on Amazon.com
(Verified purchase of the Audio CD)
Review
BEST SELLER on Amazon.com
February 16, 2015: Dvorak's String Serenade Op.22 is BEST SELLER on Amazon.com:
Best Sellers Rank 1 in 'Symphonies / Romantic'
Best Sellers Rank 2 in 'Periods / Romantic'
Best Sellers Rank 3 in 'Symphonies / Classical'
Review
***** Superb
I heard this piece (Dvorak's String Serenade) at a summer concert in Symphony Hall and was thoroughly enchanted by it. I downloaded it on to my ipod and it features regularly. It is a very melodic, uplifting, life-enhancing piece, superbly played.
Mr. P. Skeldon on Amazon.uk (Verified Purchase)
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A heady experience...
This beautifully-recorded CD brings together two fine works in what can only be termed as superb interpretations by Polish orchestras. K&K are an extremely enterprising German label who have given us some outstanding recordings in the choral, organ and piano and genre from such wonderful locations as centuries old monasteries so their new attention to orchestral music is very commendable indeed. Mozart's 'Linz' is one of those works were a carefully nuanced approach reaps considerable dividends as the great Peter Maag amply demonstrated. Przytocki is a consummate interpreter bringing a beautiful lift to the First movement and a busy energy to the Finale which are two miraculously charged movements. He is also in his element in the lovely Serenade for Strings by Dvořák which dances around quite ravishingly especially in the bucolic scherzo. This CD receives plaudits all around from me and it deserves a hearty recommendation. The presentation is beautiful with large photographs and the distinctive K&K colours provide for a heady experience which is reinforced by the interpretations.
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