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  1. Today I want to share with you Piano Concerto in G minor by Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904), a Czech composer. This is the only piano concerto Dvorak composed. According to Dvorak, in this concerto he was unable to create a battle between the piano and the orchestra.

  2. Sound Quality: 10. This is one terrific performance of Dvorák’s sadly neglected and underrated Piano Concerto, and it’s so different from anything else available that it really does offer a fresh view of the work. For the record, Primakov sticks mostly to Dvorák’s original text, to his credit. Much has been made of the work’s obvious ...

  3. Firkusny has made several recordings of the Dvorak Piano Concerto (see my reviews), but this stereo performance from 1963 sounds the best by far. Somogyi's recordings of the two Overtures and Rhapsody from 1964 are also wonderful and compare nicely to Kubelik's legendary accounts.

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  4. The Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in G minor, Op. 33, is the only piano concerto by Czech composer Antonín Dvořák.Written in 1876, it was the first of three concertos that Dvořák completed, followed by the Violin Concerto, Op. 53 from 1879 and the Cello Concerto, Op. 104, written in 1894–1895.

  5. 1. Allegro agitato 0:002. Andante sostenuto 18:273. Allegro con fuoco 27:18

    • 38 min
    • 235.8K
    • HarpsichordA6
  6. Dvořák & Martinů: Piano Concertos. An extraordinary constellation of artists is one the major attributes of the new recording – a Czech conductor and a Czech soloist, and a German orchestra, who have a Czech sound in their DNA. All three of them enjoy great renown in both the European and global contexts. Martinů wrote his Piano Concerto ...

  7. Offer,Dvořák: Orchestral Works & Concertos. Miloš Sádlo (cello), Ivan Moravec (piano), Václav Hudecek (violin), Josef Suk (violin) Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Philharmonia, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Václav Neumann, Bohumil Gregor, Sir Charles Mackerras, Jakub Hruša, Jirí Belohlávek. Release Date: 6th May 2013.

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