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Dvorak: Slavonic Dances

Budapest Festival Orchestra, Iván Fischer

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8 Slavonic Dances, Op.46  
1
No. 1 in C (Presto)
Antonín Dvorák; Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer
4:11
2
No. 2 in E minor (Allegretto scherzando)
Antonín Dvorák; Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer
4:51
3
No. 3 in A flat (Poco allegro)
Antonín Dvorák; Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer
3:55
4
No. 4 in F (Tempo di minuetto)
Antonín Dvorák; Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer
6:10
5
No. 5 in A (Allegro vivace)
Antonín Dvorák; Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer
3:19
6
No. 6 in D (Allegretto scherzando)
Antonín Dvorák; Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer
5:01
7
No. 7 in C minor (Allegro assai)
Antonín Dvorák; Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer
3:29
8 Slavonic Dances, Op.46, B.83  
8
No. 8 in G Minor (Presto)
Antonín Dvorák; Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer
4:20
8 Slavonic Dances, Op.72  
9
No. 1 in B (Molto vivace)
Antonín Dvorák; Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer
4:18
10
No. 2 in E minor (Allegretto grazioso)
Antonín Dvorák; Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer
6:07
11
No. 3 in F (Allegro)
Antonín Dvorák; Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer
3:29
12
No. 4 in D flat (Allegretto grazioso)
Antonín Dvorák; Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer
4:50
13
No. 5 in B flat minor (Poco adagio)
Antonín Dvorák; Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer
2:45
14
No. 6 in B flat (Moderato, quasi minuetto)
Antonín Dvorák; Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer
3:37
15
No. 7 in C (Allegro vivace)
Antonín Dvorák; Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer
3:18
16
No. 8 in A flat (Lento grazioso, ma non troppo, quasi tempo di valse)
Antonín Dvorák; Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer
6:44
Total Playing Time    70:24
Iván Fischer leads the Budapest Festival Orchestra on this 2001 release featuring Dvořák's popular Slavonic Dances, two sets of eight pieces each.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Universal International Music B.V. Studio Masters

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