Symphony No.7, Op.70

Symphony No. 7 in D minor, Op. 70, B. 141, was Composed by Antonín Dvořák on 1885 and first performed on 22 April 1885 at St James's Hall in London. It was originally published as Symphony No. 2. Dvořák's work on the symphony began on 13 December 1884, after hearing Brahms' new 3rd Symphony. This prompted him to think of writing of a new symphony himself. In that same year the Philharmonic Society of London invited him to write a new symphony and elected him as an honorary member.

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 ...