The Cello Concerto in B minor, Op. 104, B. 191, is the last solo concerto by Antonín Dvořák. It was written in 1894–95 for his friend, the cellist Hanuš Wihan, but was premiered by the English cellist Leo Stern
Arranged for cello and piano by Dvořák, 1895 ( . 22). php?title Cello Concerto, Op. 104 (Dvořák, Antonín)&oldid 2861704.
The original concerto was never orchestrated by Dvorak, but left in a piano score form. Arrangements and Transcriptions. For Cello and Orchestra (Raphael). Cello Concerto in A major. koncert pro violoncello a klavír A dur. Composer. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp.
Artists Antonín Dvořák Concerto for Cello & Orchestra in B minor. Concerto for Cello & Orchestra in B minor Antonín Dvořák. Concerto for Cello & Orchestra in B minor. This album has an average beat per minute of 87 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/108 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Concerto for Cello & Orchestra in B minor.
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Symphonic Concerto and Concertante Symphony. Works by Dvořák and Martinů. Antonín Dvořák is frequently identified only with his symphonies, the cello and violin concertos, the Slavonic Dances and a few overtures. In fact, he wrote a whole series of further orchestral works which, among other things, form an important complement to his symphonies. Outstanding among these are the symphonic poems The Water Goblin, The Noon Witch, The Golden Spinning-Wheel and The Wild Dove, which are based on ballads by Karel Jaromír Erben (1811–1870). In the autumn of 2007 the Alte Oper in Frankfurt showcased his work in a special series of concerts. Steven Isserlis plays on the Feuermann cello made by Antonio Stadivarius in 1730, an instrument placed at his disposal by the Nippon Music Foundation. Watch now. 03 Dec 2016.
Other works by Dvorak Other cello concertos. Includes accompaniments for: ✓ Performance version. Opening shortened to 12 bars of piano solo before cello enters. 2. Adagio ma non troppo.