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Symphony No. 9 - "From the New World"

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Symphony No. 9 - From the New World
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5 (Orginial Key & Transposed #1)
45:00 min.
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Dvořák, Antonín
Günzel, Christoph
Concert Band
Sinfonie • Transcriptions
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Full Score • Stimmensatz
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1. Satz: Adagio – Allegro molto
2. Satz: Largo
3. Satz: Scherzo
molto vivace
4. Satz: Allegro con fuoco
When Antonín Dvořák set foot on American soil in 1892 to accept the appointment of director of the National Conservatory of Music of America, he was already a world-famous composer. With the 9th Symphony, which was composed during his three-year stay in America, Dvořák created his most popular symphonic work. Although Dvořák, as conductor and teacher, had taken on the task of educating a young generation of musicians who would develop a national-American style of music, his 9th Symphony is by no means American music. The influences are nevertheless recognizable in the various harmonic and rhythmic characteristics of the symphony. The cor anglais melody of the 2nd movement is based on the semitone five-note scale of the pentatonic scale that was used in Indian music. The syncopation typical of Negro Spirituals also catches the eye (1st and 3rd main theme of the 1st movement). In addition, the Bohemian musician is unmistakable with his musical language rooted in local folk music, such as B. at the cozy country dealer of the Scherzo Trio. The topics of the key clauses are short and concise and are cyclically subordinate to the basic concept mentioned above: the first main theme of the first clause appears in all following clauses. In the finale, the main themes of the 2nd and 3rd movements are also hinted at.
Alto and double bass clarinet, bass saxophone, violoncello and harp are optional in this arrangement. A performance without oboes, bassoons, E-flat clarinet and double bass is possible through the use of cue notes. The cor anglais has been worked into both oboe parts.
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