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Antonín Dvořák symphony no. 9 in E minor : from the new world

Author: Robert Winter; Kirill Kondrashin; Wiener Philharmoniker.; Voyager Company.
Publisher: Irvington, NY : Voyager, ©1994.
Series: CD companion.
Edition/Format:   Computer file : CD for computer : Program : No Linguistic Content
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Composer Antonín Dvořák was inspired by the vitality of the American people to create this magnificent symphony in 1892. This CD companion is a nine part exploration of the work including Dvořák's American experiences, expert on-screen commentary, an interactive glossary, a game and the complete, interactive score which rolls before the viewer as the music plays.
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Genre/Form: Software
Named Person: Antonín Dvořák
Material Type: Program
Document Type: Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Winter; Kirill Kondrashin; Wiener Philharmoniker.; Voyager Company.
ISBN: 1559402903 9781559402903
OCLC Number: 30662942
Notes: Title from disc label.
Audio CD recording of the symphony is performed by the Vienna Philharmonic, with Kirill Kondrashin conducting.
Performer(s): Vienna Philharmonic ; Kirill Kondrashin.
Description: 1 computer optical disc : sd. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 user's guide (9 p. ; 18 cm.)
Details: System requirements: Macintosh computer (Plus or better); 2 MB RAM (3 MB for system 7); system software 6.0.7 or higher; hard drive (with 10 MB of free space); Macintosh-compatible CD-ROM drive; headphones or external speakers if CD-ROM drive is external.
Contents: A pocket guide --
A romantic orchestra --
Dvořák --
New world listening --
A close reading --
A new world glossary --
Annotated bibliography --
Direct testimony --
Getting to Carnegie Hall.
Series Title: CD companion.
Other Titles: From the new world
Responsibility: by Robert Winter.

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Composer Antonín Dvořák was inspired by the vitality of the American people to create this magnificent symphony in 1892. This CD companion is a nine part exploration of the work including Dvořák's American experiences, expert on-screen commentary, an interactive glossary, a game and the complete, interactive score which rolls before the viewer as the music plays.

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