Orchestral Works by Antonín Dvorák

CD album cover 'Orchestral Works by Antonín Dvorák' (GEN 24853) with Philharmonie Südwestfalen, Nabil Shehata

GEN 24853 EAN: 4260036258530

1.3.2024 24.90 €

Release in March 2024

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The Philharmonie Südwestfalen and its chief conductor, Nabil Shehata, offer us repertoire rarities of the highest artistic quality and one of the milestones of the repertoire. On the orchestra's second recording with GENUIN, the agile North Rhine-Westphalian state orchestra presents works by Antonín Dvořák on a double CD. In addition to the “Symphony
From the New World”, the album includes the early, lush 3rd Symphony of the Bohemian master and two of his late symphonic poems: “The Noon Witch” and “The Water Goblin”. A fascinating cross-section of Dvořák's work, from his Richard Wagner-influenced beginnings to maturity.

Philharmonie Südwestfalen
Nabil Shehata Conductor

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The Philharmonie Südwestfalen and its chief conductor, Nabil Shehata, offer us repertoire rarities of the highest artistic quality and one of the milestones of the repertoire. On the orchestra's second recording with GENUIN, the agile North Rhine-Westphalian state orchestra presents works by Antonín Dvořák on a double CD. In addition to the “Symphony
From the New World”, the album includes the early, lush 3rd Symphony of the Bohemian master and two of his late symphonic poems: “The Noon Witch” and “The Water Goblin”. A fascinating cross-section of Dvořák's work, from his Richard Wagner-influenced beginnings to maturity.

link to PDF booklet


The Philharmonie Südwestfalen and its chief conductor, Nabil Shehata, offer us repertoire rarities of the highest artistic quality and one of the milestones of the repertoire. On the orchestra's second recording with GENUIN, the agile North Rhine-Westphalian state orchestra presents works by Antonín Dvořák on a double CD. In addition to the “Symphony
From the New World”, the album includes the early, lush 3rd Symphony of the Bohemian master and two of his late symphonic poems: “The Noon Witch” and “The Water Goblin”. A fascinating cross-section of Dvořák's work, from his Richard Wagner-influenced beginnings to maturity.