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Antonín Dvořák

(1841—1904) composer and conductor


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(b Nehalozeves, 8 Sept. 1841; d Prague, 1 May 1904)

Czech composer. He wrote no ballet scores but several of his compositions have been used for dance, including Symphonic Variations (chor. Hynd, London Festival Ballet, 1970) and several pieces for Tudor's The Leaves are Fading (American Ballet Theatre, 1975).

Subjects: Music.


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