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The Friday OT: Antonín Dvořák: Symphony No. 9 “From The New World”

Written in 1893 and first played at the Carnegie Hall, along with his famous cello concerto it’s arguably Dvořák’s masterwork and one of the greatest symphonies ever laid down. Even if you’ve never heard the whole thing before, you’ll know so many parts and be constantly saying “Ah, heard this bit before!” to yourself.
IKN’s version is Herbert von Karajan conducting The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.

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