BRUNO WALTER: MUSIC BY THREE SLAVIC MASTERS. DVORAK

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Symphony No. 9 in e, Op. 95 (from The New World) (Los Angeles, 16 July 1942); SMETANA: Moldau (from Ma Vlast) + The Bartered Bride - Overture (Los Angeles, 19 June 1949); TCHAIKOVSKY: Romeo and Juliet, Overture-fantasy (Los Angeles, 16 July 1942), all with Standard Symphony Orchestra. UPC #0-17685-47882-6


BRUNO WALTER: MUSIC BY THREE SLAVIC MASTERS. DVORAK

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"Bruno Walter's conducting was a combination of lyrical phrasing, flowing melodic line and precise dramatic emphases. Dvorak's Symphony No. 9 demonstrates each of these qualities. Tchaikovsky's Romeo & Juliet overture also finds Walter in fine fettle. Centrally come two Smetana favourites, both full of glorious Walter touches."



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BRUNO WALTER: MUSIC BY THREE SLAVIC MASTERS. DVORAK: Symphony No. 9 in e, Op. 95 (from The New World) (Los Angeles, 16 July 1942); SMETANA: Moldau (from Ma Vlast) + The Bartered Bride - Overture (Los Angeles, 19 June 1949); TCHAIKOVSKY: Romeo and Juliet, Overture-fantasy (Los Angeles, 16 July 1942), all with Standard Symphony Orchestra. UPC #0-17685-47882-6



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1. Dvorak- Symphony No- 9 in E minor, Op- 95, B- 178, From the New World I- Adagio - Allegro molto - Bruno Walter

2. Dvorak- Symphony No- 9 in E minor, Op- 95, B- 178, From the New World II- Largo - Bruno Walter

3. Dvorak- Symphony No- 9 in E minor, Op- 95, B- 178, From the New World III- Molto vivace - Bruno Walter

4. Dvorak- Symphony No- 9 in E minor, Op- 95, B- 178, From the New World IV- Allegro con fuoco - Bruno Walter

5. Smetana- Ma vlast (My Fatherland) No- 2- Vltava (Moldau) - Bruno Walter

6. Smetana- Prodana nevesta (The Bartered Bride) Overture - Bruno Walter

7. Tchaikovsky- Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture (3rd version, 1880) - Bruno Walter

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