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Czech Philharmonic ⬩ Semyon Bychkov
The dark atmosphere of Dvořák’s Seventh Symphony ushers in its dramatic character and its compositional seriousness. Dvořák wanted to create a work referencing the traditions of Beethoven and Brahms and he succeeded in doing so without sacrificing any of his melodic inventiveness and creative light touch.
Prague Symphony, lyric fragments after Franz Kafka for Mezzosoprano, Bassbaritone and Orchestra (world première) (40')
Symphony No. 7 in D Minor, Op. 70 (35')
Daniela Sindram mezzo-soprano
Albert Pesendorfer bass-baritone
Semyon Bychkov conductor
Rudolfinum — Dvorak Hall
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