Antonín Dvořák

1841-1904

Antonín Dvořák was one of the first Czech composers to achieve worldwide recognition. He spent a period of his life in the United States as director of the National Conservatory in New York, during which he wrote a number of his most famous works, including the ‘New World’ Symphony, the Cello Concerto, and the American String Quartet.

Artist: CATHY ELLIOTT Difficulty: BEGINNER

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