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Album: The Best of Dvorák

Artist: BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Capella Istropolitana & Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 1997
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 1997 Naxos

Tracklist For The Best of Dvorák By Artist BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Capella Istropolitana & Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra

Title Artist Time
1
Carnival Overture, Op. 92 BBC Philharmonic Orchestra & Stephen Gunzenhauser 9:32 USD 0.99
2
Humoresque, Op. 101, No. 7 Balázs Szokolay 2:50 USD 0.99
3
Slavonic Dance, Op. 46, No. 1 Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra & Zdenek Kosler 3:49 USD 0.99
4
Adagio ma non troppo from Cell Maria Kliegel, Michael Halász & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 12:29 USD Album Only
5
Tempo di valse from Serenade f Capella Istropolitana & Jaroslav Krček 7:15 USD 0.99
6
Largo from Symphony No. 9 in E Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra & Stephen Gunzenhauser 12:03 USD Album Only
7
Slavonic Dance, Op. 46, No. 8 Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra & Zdenek Kosler 4:39 USD 0.99
8
Lento from String Quartet No. Moyzes Quartet 7:42 USD 0.99
9
Slavonic Dance, Op. 72, No. 2 Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra & Zdenek Kosler 5:33 USD 0.99
10
Allegro ma non troppo from Sym Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra & Stephen Gunzenhauser 9:55 USD 0.99

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