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Antonin Leopold Dvorák was one of the greatest romantic composers who still lives in the hearts of music lovers through his memorable symphonies. Read on to know more about his childhood, life, and timeline.
Famous as: Composer
religion: Roman Catholic
Born on: 08 September 1841 AD 8th September Birthdays
Zodiac Sign: Virgo Virgo Men
Born in: Nelahozeves
Died on: 01 May 1904 AD
place of death: Prague
father: František Dvor(ák (1814–1894)
mother: Anna, née Zden(ková
Spouse: Anna C(ermáková (m. 1873–1904))
children: Otilie, Antonín, Sadie Siebert, Josef Jan Kovařík
education: Organ school
Works & Achievements: Antonín Leopold Dvořák was one of the greatest Czech composers of all time, who is known for his symphonies, choral music, chamber music, operas and concerts.
Antonín Dvořák, the greatest Czech and Romantic composer of all time, is known for creating some of the most beautiful symphonies in the history of music. A style which is often known as romantic-classicist synthesis, his wide range of works includes symphonies, choral music, chamber music, operas and concerts. Flying high from the most modest beginnings of Czech lands of central Europe, he travelled all across the world with his beautiful music, even while feeling proud to be born as a Czech. The creativity and progressiveness, which earned him distinction even during his life span, took his success stories even to countries like Australia and America, where he left a huge footprint. This exponent of Czech musical nationalism based his style on the rhythmic patterns of folk music of his nation. One who is best remembered for those memorable melodies which possess instrumental sense, no wonder he is considered as one of the best among the European composers.
- Sym.no.1, c, ‘Bells of Zlonice’ (1865)
- Sym.no.2, B♭ (1865)
- Sym.no.3, E♭ (1873)
- Sym.no.4, d (1874)
- Sym.no.5, F (1875)
- Sym.no.6, D (1880)
- Sym.no.7, d (1885)
- Sym.no.8, G (1889)
- Sym.no.9, e, ‘From the New World’ (1893)
- Pf Conc., g (1876)
- Vn Conc., a (1880), Vc Conc., b (1895)
- Sym.Variations (1877)
- Scherzo capriccioso (1883)
- 8 ovs.
- 2 serenades (str, E, 1879 wind, d, 1878)
- 3 Slavonic Rhapsodies (1878)
- 2 sets of Slavonic Dances (orig.for pf duet, 1878, 1886)
- 5 sym.poems (1896-7)
- 3 str qnts (incl. op.97, E♭, 1893)
- 14 str qts (incl. op.51, E♭, 1879
- op.61, C, 1881
- op.96, F, 1893
- op.105, A♭, 1896
- op.106, G, 1895)
- StrSextet, op.48 (1878)
- 6 pf trios (incl. op.65, F, 1883
- op.90, e, ‘Dumky’, 1891)
- 2 pf qts(incl. op.87, E♭, 1889)
- 2 pf qnts(incl. op.81, A, 1887)
- Dimitrij (1882, 1894)
- The Jacobin (1889, 1898)
- Kate and the Devil (1899)
- Rusalka (1901)
- Armida (1904)
- Incidental Music
- Stabat mater (1877)
- The Spectre's Bride, cantata (1884)
- StLudmilla, oratorio (1886)
- Requiem (1890)
ANTONíN DVOřáK TIMELINE
Dvorak was born on September in Nelahozeves, near Prague as the son of František Dvořák, who was an inn keeper and a butcher.
Dvorak enters a village school at the age of six to receive early music education.
Dvorak married Anna in whom nine children were born.
His wrote his second string quintet.
The first son was born to him.
Dvořák’s work, ‘Stabat Mater’ was performed abroad.
After Stabat Mater’ was performed in London successfully, he was invited to England.
His Symphony No.7 was premiered in London.
Dvořák was conferred an honorary degree by the University of Cambridge.
Dvorak worked as a Director of National Conservatory of Music.
Dvořák wrote Symphony No.9, "From the New World" in New York
He wrote his cello Concerto in B minor.
Dvorak visited London for the premiere of his Cello Concerto in B minor.
He became the Director of conservatory of Prague.
On May 1, Antonín Dvořák passed away following a heart failure, after five weeks of illness.
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