Saturday, September 27, 2003

Back in the fall of 1892, the prominent Czech composer Antonin Dvorak sailed to New York and wound up staying for three and a half years. While he was here he created several masterworks, including his best known, the New World Symphony. Jeff Lunden explains that with that piece, the Czech composer pointed American composers toward a new style of American music.


Jeff Lunden

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