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The Symphony No. 9 in E Minor "From the New World", Op. 95, B. 178, popularly known as the New World Symphony, was composed by Antonín Dvořák in 1893 during his visit to the United States from 1892...

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Pun City ! haha : D
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+trueskiller Tenhle muž měl srdce a cit pro hudbu
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This song goes right up in my list with "The Four Seasons", "1812 Overture", and "Tron Legacy OST" as some of the best music ever composed.
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This thread is abounding in ignorance.
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31:29 Antonin Dvorak apparently saw a shark on his journey to the new world.
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+Bryan Shin Jaws has a slightly different rhythm
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+Jim Gilbert  Yes but of course Jaws' director can't make the connection too dead obvious.
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Dvořák byl spolu s mozartem nejlepší skladatel všech dob a je náš! :-D
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+Pavel Kraus A co Bohuslav Martinů, Leoš Janáček... Je to relativní.
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Largo played during my grandma's funeral, because it was her favorite piece of music ever. It's been almost 3 years and everytime I hear it, it brings tears to my eyes and than I remember all the great memories I have of her.
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12:56 is what everybody came here for
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+dave black lol more like 12:10... Im learning this part on piano by ear... There was no good tutorials, but so far it's not too hard. (I personally think it sounds best in the key of A)
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252 people are deaf
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Well, now its 309 deaf people
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Dvorak looked like a dwarf from Middle-Earth..
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+paddotk But sure accomplished more than you :)
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Buenos días a tod@s, feliz mañana!!!!!. The Symphony No. 9 in E Minor "From the New World", Op. 95, B. 178, popularly known as the New World Symphony, was composed by Antonín Dvořák in 1893 during his visit to the United States from 1892 to 1895. It is divided in four movements:
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Esta Sinfonía del Nuevo Mundo es maravillosa, muchas gracias.
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Antonín Dvorak, compositor original y fecundo. Esperanza de conquistar un ""Nuevo Mundo""
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I'd not recalled ever hearing this, and then the second part started ..... :-) Superb.
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I'm not sure if this popped up as recommended because of searching for the soundtrack from "Shinsekai Yori" or because of my recent listening to classical music.
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+Aska2468 Some movements are used in Shin Sekai. 13:00 I think it's the curfew music.
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+Great Beluga Yeah, I know. I was searching for the "going home" theme from Shinsekai, which is a bit modified version of the 2nd movement of this symphony and Shinsekai's OST but I was also listening to classical music at a simmilar time. I guess that's the result of the influence of both researches.
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This recording is ok. Anyone looking for a better recording, I'd look at the recording of the New World Symphony performed for Pope Benedict's birthday, conducted by Gustavo Dudamel.
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La Sinfonía n.º 9 en Mi menor "Del Nuevo Mundo", Op. 95, B. 178, popularmente conocida como la Sinfonía del Nuevo Mundo, fue compuesta por Antonín Dvořák en 1893 durante su visita a los Estados Unidos de 1892 a 1895. Se divide en cuatro movimientos: I. Adagio 0:00 II. Largo 12:07 III. Scherzo 24:14 IV. Allegro con fuoco 31:29
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Marianne Király Shared on Google+ · 3 days ago
Az igazi felfedezés nem új földterületek megtalálásában rejlik, hanem abban, hogy új szemmel nézzük a világot. (Balzac)
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Добрый вечер Игорь!!!
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+Леночка Левкина Добра и счастья тебе, Лена   ! Хорошего уютного вечера тебе желаю !
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Sooooo I don't normally listen to this genre of music. In fact I really know nothing about classical. I normally listen to metal. That being said I thoroughly enjoyed this! Can anyone recommend anything similar this?
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+Roundeyesamurai87 Have you already heard Rhapsody's The Wizard's Last Rhymes? It is based around this symphony.
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sigh of utter contentedness This is pure pleasure in musical form.
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Illuminati confirmed?
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+Thomas Dawson Mahler's 5th symphony. One of the most incredible pieces of music ever written. It's staggering and gives me constant chills. Another would be "Pictures at an Exhibition".
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BABA YAGA THOUGH. THE BREAKDOWN IN THE END HAD MY FINGERS GOING PLACES ON THE NECK THEY SHOULDN'T BE GOING (I play cello). My Kippah fell off during the chromatic fourth ascension bc I was head-banging according to the third chair behind me. Pictures is very fun to play. The Tuileries Garden and the Gnome are very cool too. 
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Cada Pascua nos abre a un nuevo mundo que empieza en nosotros
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This piece , along with Gershwin's Rhapsody In Blue, exemplifies the spirit of America for the 20th century.
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+don benedik I'm curious who will write the music for the 21 century
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One of the great anti-depressants ever composed.  
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Honestly I've never been a fan of classical music, but honestly this is some of the best music I've ever heard. Such a refreshing change from the mainstream music of today. Truly beautiful      If anyone has any suggestions on some other amazing symphonies, it would be much appreciated. 
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The part starting at 17:07 Is soooo enchanted
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yeny mf Shared on Google+ · 11 hours ago
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One thing I can say about this man is he does something that is not always done. Something difficult to achieve. He tells a story with his music.
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This is just.. the best..... <3
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normal that in "III. Scherzo 24:14" I have the feeling to listen Symphony 40 - Mozart inverted ?
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I find it funny how no matter how far back you go, music has always seemed to be the dominant form of the arts. Even the Bible (no offense to atheists) talks more about music than it does visual art. Even today, there are more musical artists than visual artists. I don't mean any disrespect to those who love visual art, but music seems to affect more people than visual art does. I know it has for me, just go to my page and check out some of the videos I've posted.
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It's not offensive to mention a book.
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Who is the conductor? It's a brilliant reading. (looks up discography) Ah. Istvan Kertesz. What a sad ending to a fantastic growing career.
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I absolutely love this piece, but I really wish this weren't such poor quality audio.
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Masterpiece,Perfect music.
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Brady Bunch tune and then he saw a shark!
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Even though Czech Republic is a small country, we have a lot to be proud of. The funny thing is that I haven't realized this, until I left it... :)
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Thank you Antonin Dvorak. This symphony fills me with happiness!! I LOVE it, and it's my favorite piece of music on the planet. <3
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This recording sounds really sharp.
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I. Adagio 0:00 II. Largo 12:07 III. Scherzo 24:14 IV. Allegro con fuoco 31:29
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it's me the only person who thinks howard shore take a lot of inspiration of this piece for the LOTR soundtrak?
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I just can't get over how AMAZING Allegro con fuoco is I love the use of leit motifs SOOOO GREAT ARE THE TRUMPETS AND FRENCH HORNS AT THE BEGINNING!!!!!! Love it
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It's just so beautiful and magnificent.
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This is the best song i ever heard from Antonin Dvorak
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Dvorak would have eliminated a lot of confusion if he had never said anything about native American/Negro music. The fact is that nothing in his New World symphony  has any connection with native/Negro music. Even the Goin' Home passage, often miscorrectly identified as a "Negro spiritual" was, in fact, original with Dvorak and  similar to Hungarian melodies. The words were invented later by a student of Dvorak, and also have nothing to do with anything Amercian, musical or otherwise. When Dvorak recommended that American composers use native melodies, he didn't mean that HE was going to do that. Dvorak was a nationalistic composer and always  pushed for local content,which hasn't happened, at least not in American classical music. The legacy of Dorak is his New World symphony, not his confused ideas about where music "should" come from, an archaic and illogical argument. Music stands on its own - to the extent that it incorporates programmic content, it dates itself. 
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+Nancy Lewis lol a fuxking Jew calling whites anti-semite, we have and had every right for anti semitism when jews are trying to destroy the white care, forcing diversity on us and Shit. Holocaust is a huge hoax, not even a fifth of 6 mil jews died lol, also Auschwitz was a place where polish Christians died not jews but jews claimed it for themselves, you jews are the biggest evil who play victims while you're the oppressors murdering Palestinians after taking their land, I'm sad hitler didn't wipe all of you scum, even though he didn't know about the orders of killing jews as he never ordered those orders (no documents found). Whites who aren't brainwashed are sick of your Jewish propaganda.
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I love this music. We used in last year's marching show. It really evokes a grand vision of a "New World," and I hope we Americans, North and South, can live up to it.
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I know nothing of the technicalities of music such as this, but emotionally, this piece runs the gamut from totally pissed off to dancing in a field of grass. I really love the Romantic period.
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does anyone else know the largo as non ce piu or going home?
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Going home starts at about 13:00 minutes in
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Antonin Dvorak's "Symphony No. 9" is as much a classic as Alexis de Tocqueville's "Democracy in America". Both works were European tribute to the New World, which was the migrants' promised land! Today????
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31:35 reminds me  of the jaws theme
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One of the best sounds in Civilization 4
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I REALLY REALLY liked this. I'm so glad I listened to it. 
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Try singing this to the first (allegro) theme: "Here's a choo choo, first comes the engine, and then a car, and then a car, and then a car, toot toot!" Near the end of the second movement, the "Goin' Home" peaceful reveries are briefly interrupted by urgent bird calls and a blast of first movement music like a train going by, one car after another, then disappearing into the distance.  They say Dvorak, who loved pigeons and locomotives, rode out to freight yards in the Bronx to see the freight engines, and saw one with the words "New World" painted on the side.
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PS.  Someone (below) mentioned Sibelius 2, with train ride music in the last movement, also try Sibelius 3 with finale based on the heroic "Big New Choo Choo Train!" motiv.
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Playing a section of this in my orchestra
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Bouelneyha Giverail Shared on Google+ · 1 month ago
This is the tremble of the slavic procession in wormwool of all coteded ceeded and gomiel current(vulagate of latin spanish) future Vulgate of Catholic Empire of Reconstruction World in less than 2 centuries, yet the shit will end in 2 genums or 60-80 years goazan will be as the lepracy that it makes and protects
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America is still a land of majesty and savagery.  This piece captures it all very well.
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Dave Pipe Shared on Google+ · 4 months ago
1893 - Anton Dvorak attended the first performance and the official world première of his Symphony No. 9 in E minor, "From the New World," Op. 95, B. 178, popularly known as "New World Symphony", at Carnegie Hall in New York City. #dapimusic #mymusichangout #classicalmusic #symphony #antondvorak #onthisday #onthisdate  
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I'm hearing loads in this.  I swear some of it sounds like a theme in Swan Lake. There's a melody that is basically the chorus to Bjork's All Is Full Of Love, and of course the Jaws theme. Wow
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Every time the music goes above mezzo forte the microphone is like whoa....woah woah WOAH man you did NOT prepare me for that.
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I mistakenly bought this album performed by Eugene Ormandy and the London Symphony Orchestra when I was 15 years of age, and GODDAM IT WAS GREAT... still one of my favorite pieces!!
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Cunts the head off Orson Welles
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I've lied. 'Twas not. Sorry to all people who lived with Alice in Wonderland.
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America is a nation of common men and women, and Dvorak captured at our brawniest, still in work boots, instead of bedroom slippers. A keeper for anyone who loves good music, and a European intellectuals who saw us for what we were.
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Is the 12:56 from a movie? It is so beautiful
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Dvorák sucks Ke$ha is way fucking better
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Thanks for telling me, I was wondering.
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I like 31:29 (IV. Allegro con fuoco)
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Gracias Antonín Dvořák
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This is so majestic! I could listen to it all day without getting bored. Dvorák (yeah I know, there's a little thingie on the "r") created something truly beautiful.
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I just got in a car collision with this playing. Awesome!
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Or not. It depends on how you look at it...
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My step mom is related to him.
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i'm a gamer, but this is a wonderful song.
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that was insulting tho
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My favorite peice of music
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31:50 where is that from? :D a movie, cartoon? :D
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13:00 Poor Dvorak sounds really homesick :P
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*For New World Order Symptoms >> See: Rihanna, Elton, Jay Z & Co. 
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Antonin Dvorak. Just two letters away from being Antonin Dovraki
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It's dvořák then it can't be Dovraki :D 
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The silence in the second movement with the first stand string players is literally one of the most beautiful moments in this entire symphony...everything is perfect ;-;
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Anton played the organ at my great grand parents wedding in spillville, Ia.
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je n'avais plus écouté ce morceau depuis fort longtemps, ma mère l'écoutait sans cesse... à la min. 2:35 c'est superbe !
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+claude dessy oui... ;) bonne fin de journée Claude
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....and don't forget Smetana Ma Vlast !!!
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His eyes are kind of disturbing.
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