Dvorák’s Symphony No. 6 pays tribute both to his mentor Brahms and to the rich folk music of his Bohemian homeland. The most popular of all Dvorák’s works, Symphony No. 9 ‘From the New World’, makes an immediate appeal by virtue of a seemingly inexhaustible flow of melody and sparkling orchestration. ‘New orchestra, New World, and a terrific reading of a firm favourite’ (Gramophone on Dvorák’s Symphony No. 9)
AUDIO Recorded and edited in HIGH DEFINITION 24-bit, 88.2 kHz PCM Surround.
Presented in HIGH DEFINITION 24-BIT 96 KHZ
DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 Surround
PCM Stereo 2.0
Total Running Time: 87.28
“The jewel in the crown of Marin Alsop's survey of Dvorak's later symphonies is the Ninth. This performance really sits among the best in a crowded field, sounding as fresh as when Dvorak put pen to paper.”
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