Dvorak, Philharmonia Orchestra, Eliahu Inbal - Dvorak - Symphony No. 9 From The New World - The Wood Dove album flac
|1||Adagio - Allegro Molto||10:00|
|3||Scherzo: Molto Vivace||7:32|
|4||Allegro Con Fuoco||12:03|
|5||The Wood Dove, Op.110||19:36|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Teldec Classics International GmbH
- Copyright (c) – Teldec Classics International GmbH
- Composed By – Dvorak*
- Conductor – Eliahu Inbal
- Cover – Jutta von Brandenstein
- Orchestra – Philharmonia Orchestra
- Photography – Francesco Hidelgo
NotesTotal timing: 63:26
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4509-91447-2
- Label Code: LC 6019
- Other (Spars Code): DDD
- Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
|2292-46468-2||Antonín Dvořák - Philharmonia Orchestra - Eliahu Inbal||Antonín Dvořák - Philharmonia Orchestra - Eliahu Inbal - Symphony No. 9 From The New World - The Wood Dove (CD, Album)||Teldec||2292-46468-2||Germany||1990|
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