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Classical Notes

Antonin Dvorak’s From the New World symphony, with its advertising image of the little cloth-capped Hovis chap struggling up an old-world cobblestoned hill with his messenger bike, is undoubtedly the most popular of all the Czech composer’s works. Bu

31st October, 2009

Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and soloist Nicola Benedetti

National Concert Hall, October 27

Antonin Dvorak’s From the New World symphony, with its advertising image of the little cloth-capped Hovis chap struggling up an old-world cobblestoned hill with his messenger bike, is undoubtedly the most popular of all the Czech composer’s works. But there are many who consider his No 7 as technically far superior and the final stamp on his reputation as one of the true greats....

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