Streaming April 15th through May 30th
Andreas Delfs, conductor
MOZART Symphony No. 38, “Prague”
DVOŘÁK Czech Suite in D major, Op. 39
Popularly known as the “Prague Symphony,” Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s composition premiered on January 19th, 1787, in the fashionable city due in part to the composer’s immense popularity there. Written nearly a century later, Antonin Dvořák’s Czech Suite incorporates themes of Czech folk dances – a fitting tribute to the Czech composer’s tremendous pride in his motherland.
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