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Dvořák/ Kodály/ Janáček

Roots of Eastern European Music (Retrospective)

Release June 12, 2009

© Chicago Symphony Orchestra 2009
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Length: 01:56:00

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Dvořák scholar Michael Beckerman delves into the roots of Eastern European music, on this week’s Chicago Symphony Orchestra broadcast.

Dvořák Carnival Overture
  Fritz Reiner, conductor
Dvořák Silent Woods
  Jacqueline du Pre, cello
  Daniel Barenboim, conductor
Dvořák Symphony No. 8 in G Major, Op. 88
  Carlo Maria Giulini, conductor
Kodály Peacock Variations
  Neeme Järvi, conductor
Janáček Sinfonietta
  Seiji Ozawa, conductor

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Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Roots of Eastern European Music (Retrospective)

Roots of Eastern European Music

Release January 1, 0001

© Chicago Symphony Orchestra 2009
All rights reserved
Length: 01:56:00

Free

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Bio - Fritz Reiner

Fritz Reiner studied at the music academy in Budapest. His conducting debut was sudden-when the staff conductor at the Budapest Opera was taken ill, Reiner (then its young rehearsal coach) was thrust onto podium to direct that evening's performance of Bizet's Carmen. His full command of the situation subsequently led to his appointment as first conductor at the Laibach (now Ljubljana) National Opera.