℗ 1961 @ Artia Records
Duration 40m 26s
Record Label Artia Records
Catalogue No. 43NB4828AR
Release Date June 14, 1961
Genre Classical
 

Symphony No. 2 In D Minor, Op. 70 / Overture to The Devil And Kate

The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, The Prague National Theater Orchestra, Karel Šejna, Zdeněk Chalabala

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Symphony No. 2 In D Minor, Op. 70  
1.1
I. Allegro maestoso
Antonín Dvořák; The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Karel Šejna; The Prague National Theater Orchestra
9:40
1.2
II. Poco adagio
Antonín Dvořák; The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Karel Šejna; The Prague National Theater Orchestra
8:15
1.3
III. Scherzo (Vivace)
Antonín Dvořák; The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Karel Šejna; The Prague National Theater Orchestra
7:05
1.4
IV. Finale: Allegro
Antonín Dvořák; The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Karel Šejna; The Prague National Theater Orchestra
8:12
Souborné vydání díla  
1.5
Vol.11. The Devil and Kate, Op.112 (B.201)
Antonín Dvořák; The Prague National Theater Orchestra; Zdeněk Chalabala; The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
7:14
Duration    40m 26s
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Artia Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-5 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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