Antonín Dvořák (1841–1904) Symphony No. 9 in E minor Op. 95
“From the New World” – Urtext edited by Christian Rudolf Riedel [orch] Duration: 45'
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Revised new edition of score and orchestral parts
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Dvořák’s masterpiece is now even more practical
Dvořák’s Symphony From the New World, considered his “opus summum” by many, is one the most widely performed of all symphonies. The edition already published in 1990 by Breitkopf & Härtel has been established internationally as an authoritative edition not least because it is based on parts first used in the 1893 New York premiere. This very revealing source had until then been considered lost.
The new edition now published in large orchestral format (25.0 x 32.0 cm), still has in store, however, quite a few further additions and improvements: The layout of the string parts is now more practically oriented; the well-known (ever repeated) problems of page turns in the earlier editions could also finally be solved. The trombone parts I/II notated to date in the alto clef (as done by Dvořák) are reproduced according to present-day orchestral practice in the tenor clef.
|1. Adagio – Allegro molto|
|3. Scherzo: Molto vivace|
|4. Allegro con fuoco|