Dvořák

Suk, Herbert & Dvořák: Inspiration (Sony Classical)

Beautifully played, intense Slavic serenades [SFV]

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Dvořák: Symphonies Nos 7 & 8 (SWR Classic)

A potentially attractive coupling, quite well played but too low-key and lightweight. [RMo]

Dvořák: Symphony No. 9, Carnival Overture; Smetana: The Bartered Bride Overture (RCA)

(Déjà Review) Ebullient and powerful and the finale sweeping but not overdone, and with tremendous inner rhythm [JW]

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Emanuel Feuermann (cello) In Concert (Parnassus)

Exceptionally fine cello playing, and artistic quality is high throughout [SG]

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Dvořák: Complete Works for Violin & Orchestra (Hänssler Classic)

Violinist Mikhail Pochekin performs these Dvořák works with compelling verve [MC]

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Dvořák: The Complete Piano Trios (Supraphon)

If this doesn’t win every award going I will be astonished [DMD]

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In Memoriam Lars Vogt: Brahms, Viotti & Dvořák (Ondine)

The Tetzlaffs’ tribute to the late Lars Vogt leaves a mixed impression [LW]

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Ekaterina Siurina (soprano) Where Is My Beloved? (Delos)

I have enjoyed hearing this praiseworthy collection of ten celebrated opera arias [MC]

Brahms: Double Concerto; Viotti: Violin Concerto No. 22; Dvořák: Silent Woods (Ondine)

A touching tribute by elite musicians to a friend and colleague [DMD]

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Dvořák: Symphony No 9 & Cello Concerto (Archipel)

(Déjà Review) Sample the slow movement of the New World and hear a magician at work [JW]

Kathleen Parlow (violin): Complete Recordings (Biddulph)

A long overdue salute to an overlooked Auer student and a Canadian violinist of technical polish [JW]

Ekaterina Siurina (soprano): Where Is My Beloved? (Delos)

A stream of imperturbably sedate tone, virtually devoid of characterisation [RMo]

Ibert, Hartmann & Dvorák: Chamber Music (Farao Classics)

A perfect release to encourage newcomers to explore the genre further [DJB]

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Juilliard String Quartet: Great Collaborations Vol. 5 (Sony Classical)

An anthology of classic, highly varied recordings spanning over a quarter of a century from major music-makers [RMo]

Dvořák: Complete solo piano music (Naxos)

(Déjà Review) Fine performances of seldom heard repertoire [JW]

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Léner Quartet (Pristine Audio)

More canonic Léner Quartet restorations from the 1920s and 30s [JW]

Dvořák: Symphonies 8 & 9 (Philips)

(Déjà Review) Fischer and his colleagues enter a very competitive field and offer extremely fine versions of both symphonies which must now be counted among the best available [JQ]

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Ekaterina Siurina (soprano) Where Is My Beloved? (Delos)

Ekaterina Siurina’s voice is in mint condition, with perfectly controlled vibrato and a glowing delivery [GF]

Dvořák: Symphony No 9, Serenade for Strings (Sony Classical)

(Déjà Review) Anyone who is more interested in genuine music-making rather than state-of–the-art sound will not be disappointed [TH]

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Otto Klemperer (conductor): The Remastered Edition (Warner Classics)

Klemperer consolidated; his full Warner legacy in best-yet transfers [JW]

Karl Böhm (conductor): The SWR Recordings (SWR Classic)

A rewarding collection [GT]

Dvořák: Slavonic Dances (Prospero)

A vibrant and enthusiastic rendering [MZ]

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Dvořák: Quintets (MDG)

(Déjà Review) Hugely impressive performances from first note to last [MC]

Slavic Rhapsody (Brilliant Classics)

This programme of Czech music for strings gives much pleasure [LW]