#193 The Vocal Dvorak

Thursday, September 07, 1972

Like Mozart and Beethoven, Dvorak was a master of all five of the major musical forms including opera, oratorio, symphony, chamber music, and songs. In this episode, George Jellinek plays us excerpts from the Slavonic Dances, Moravian Duets, Seven Gypsy Songs, Love Songs, Op. 83, "Going Home" from the New World Symphony, the oratorio Stabat Mater, his cantata The Spectre's Bride, the opera Rusalka, and the symphony-like hymn Te Deum.

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