Symphony no. 7, Op. 70

Antonín Dvořák composed his Symphony no. 7 in D minor, Op. 70 (also B. 141) between 1884 and 1885. It was first performed in 1885 at St. James' Hall in London. Apparently, Dvořák's was inspired to work on the symphony after hearing Brahms' new 3rd Symphony. The publication process of the Symphony no. 7 (that initially appeared in print as Symphony no. 2) was complicated at the very least: Fritz Simrock would not publish it until a piano duet arrangement was available, then refuse to print Dvořák's Czech name (Antonín ... more

This sheet contains the following parts:

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Symphony no. 7, Op. 70 - I. Allegro maestoso (Leipzig: Eulenburg, No.526, n.d. - ca.1935)
Symphony no. 7, Op. 70 - II. Poco Adagio (Leipzig: Eulenburg, No.526, n.d. - ca.1935)
Symphony no. 7, Op. 70 - III. Scherzo, Vivace (Leipzig: Eulenburg, No.526, n.d. - ca.1935)
Symphony no. 7, Op. 70 - IV. Finale, Allegro (Leipzig: Eulenburg, No.526, n.d. - ca.1935)

Antonín Dvořák

Antonín Leopold Dvořák was a Czech composer. Following Bedřich Smetana, he frequently employed features of Moravian and Bohemian folk music. Dvořák's own ...