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Song to the Moon - Antonín Dvořák: make music part of your life series

Song to the Moon – Antonín Dvořák

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Soprano Renee Fleming sings this aria. Dvorak’s composition relies upon expansive arpeggiated… 257 more words

Dvorak Keyboard for the GRE not yet an option

If you only ever learned the Dvorak keyboard, the only real option to take the GRE (which requires two 30-minute essays) is to take it on paper. 106 more words

Dvorak

Currently Writing To: Slavonic Dances No. 7 in C Minor - Dvorak

Dvorak is one of the big names in classical music, and I love his work. It is full of energy and vitality. Inspiring, and uplifting. The Slavonic Dances are always wonderful to listen to, and this is one of my favourites.

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Maine!

First day in Maine! The day didn’t actually start until around noon because I was so pooped from traveling the day before that I just slept all morning. 244 more words

Pictures From Llangollen

I am on holiday this week and my Mum has told me to put my iPad and phone away and enjoy a break! So in preparation before I left I sent my Dad some pictures taken in Llangollen, North Wales last Wednesday and Thursday for my blog post tonight along with the text which he promised he would upload for me. 106 more words

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Antonin Dvorak - 1841

Dvořák displayed his musical gifts at an early age. His first surviving work, Forget-Me-Not Polka in C was written possibly as early as 1855. He graduated from the organ school in Prague in 1859. 110 more words

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Czech music - before and after Smetana

Smetana and Dvorák are the most famous names in Czech music, but who came before them, and who followed? In a variety of genres from chamber and choral music to orchestral music and opera, explore a little of this exciting and colourful repertoire… 24 more words

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