Dvorák: Symphony No. 8; Golden Spinning Wheel. The Golden Spinning Wheel (Zlatý kolovrat), symphonic poem, B. 197 (Op. 109).
Conductor: Claus Peter Flor. The work is here coupled with the symphonic poem The Golden Spinning Wheel, based on an epic poem by the Czech poet Karel Erben. Complete with a wicked stepmother, a dismembering and a magic spinning wheel of gold, this rather cruel fairy-tale is followed by the shorter Scherzo capriccioso. This consistently light-hearted piece was actually composed during one of the darkest periods of Dvorák’s life following the death of his mother in 1882.
The Golden Spinning-Wheel, Op. 109, B. 197 Antonín Dvořák; Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra; Claus Peter Flor. Claus Peter Flor and the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra followed up a celebrated release of Dvořák's Symphony No. 7 with this recording of the composer's next symphony, its roots firmly planted in his beloved Czech folklore. The Symphony No. 8 is a lighter piece than its predecessor and probably the freest of his mature symphonies from a formal point of view, with interesting parallels to Mahler’s First Symphony which was premiered shortly after Dvořák had completed his own work.
The Symphony No. 8 in G major, Op. 88, B. 163, is a symphony by Antonín Dvořák, composed in 1889 at Vysoká u Příbramě, Bohemia, on the occasion of his election to the Bohemian Academy of Science, Literature and Arts. Dvořák conducted the premiere in Prague on 2 February 1890. In contrast to other symphonies of both the composer and the period, the music is cheerful and optimistic
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Symphonie nº 8 de Dvořák; Symphony No. 8; Sinfonia n. 8; Симфонія № 8; 8. Sinfonia; Simfonia núm. 8; 8. Sinfonie; 交響曲第8番; Sinfonía . 8; הסימפוניה השמינית של דבוז'אק; Симфония № 8; symphonie n°8 van Dvorak; Giao hưởng số 8. Name Aliases. Englische Sinfonie; Symphony No. 88. Authorities. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp.
The Golden Spinning Wheel (Czech: Zlatý kolovrat), Op. 197, is a symphonic poem for orchestra by Antonín Dvořák, composed from January to April 1896. The work is inspired by the poem of the same name found in Kytice, a collection of folk ballads by Karel Jaromír Erben. A semi-public performance was given at the Prague Conservatory on 3 June 1896 conducted by Antonín Bennewitz. Its first fully public premiere was in London on 26 October 1896, under the baton of Hans Richter.