Symphony No. 6 in D major, Op. 60, B.112

Finale. Allegro con spirito


  • Recorded: 18th October 2002
  • Record Place: The Dvořák Hall of Rudolfinum, Prague
  • First Release: 2004
  • (P) 2004 SUPRAPHON a.s.
  • Genre: Orchestral

Artists

  • music by: Antonín Dvořák
  • musical group: Czech Philharmonic
  • conductor: Charles Mackerras

Album

Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Charles Mackerras

Dvořák: Symphony No. 6, The Golden Spinning Wheel

Catalogue Number: SU 3771-2
Published: 3rd May 2004
Genre: Symphony
Format: 1 CD
Sir Charles Mackerras is among today's most respected connoisseurs of Czech music outside of the Czech Republic, an expert not only on Leoš Janáček, but also on Antonín Dvořák, Bedřich Smetana and other composers as well. Following up on his Janáček album with the Czech Philharmonic which was released in January, we now present another of his projects, this time with the musicof Dvořák. The Supraphon catalog already lists Mackerras' recording of the Slavonic Dances (SU 3422-2) and of the Symphonic Variations, Scherzo Capriccioso, and Legends (SU 3533-2), which was awarded the prestigious Cannes Classical Award in 2003. This time, Mackerras has chosen Dvořák's 6th Symphony and the symphonic poem The Golden Spinning-Wheel. The 6th Symphony represents a milestone in Dvořák's work, and Mackerras demonstrates its extraordinary significance with his recording. In the same way, his interpretation of The Golden Spinning-Wheel is marked by its originality, colorful sound, and remarkable expression. The Czech Philharmonic's brilliant performance is, as always, the perfect vehicle for the conductor's artistic imagination.

Sir Charles Mackerras'tribute to the compositional genius of Antonín Dvořák
Antonín Dvořák
Symphony No. 6 in D major, Op. 60, B.112
1.
Allegro non tanto 13:10
2.
Adagio 12:17
3.
Scherzo (Furiant). Presto 08:14
4.
Finale. Allegro con spirito 10:53
Antonín Dvořák
5.
The Golden Spinning-Wheel. Symphonic Poem, Op. 109, B.197 25:40