Synopses & Reviews
Filled with the spontaneous melodic invention and rhythmic variety that characterize his orchestral works, Dvorák's most celebrated creation, Symphony No. 9, "From the New World," echoes the folk spirit of his native Czechoslovakia as well as American influences. And the delightful freshness and uninhibited emotionalism of Symphony No. 8 have contributed to its lasting success.
Two celebrated symphonies by the great Czech composer, the Eighth and the immensely popular Ninth, "From the New World" in one volume.