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Antonin Dvořák

About Antonin Dvorák

At the time when Czech composer Antonin Dvorak was born, the Czech people had no country of their own. The regions where they lived — Bohemia and Moravia — were part of the Austrian Empire. Dvorak wrote a lot of Czech-sounding compositions, but hardly ever used any actual folk melodies in his music.

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Symphony #9
Humoreske
Slavonic Rhapsody #3
Slavonic Dance Op. 72, #7
Slavonic Dance Op. 46, #6
Symphony #4
Carnival Overture
Serenade for Winds
Slavonic Dance Op. 72, #1

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#1. Dvorak was born near what city?

#2. Dvorak never actually studied musical composition.

#3. Which of Dvorak's compositions were especially popular?

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