[ dvawr-zhahk, -zhak; Czech dvaw-rzhahk ]
/ ˈdvɔr ʒɑk, -ʒæk; Czech ˈdvɔ rʒɑk /
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An·to·nín [ahn-taw-nyeen], /ˈɑn tɔ nyin/, 1841–1904, Czech composer.
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How to use Dvořák in a sentence
Tschaikowsky and Dvorak have also written Slavic music, rather sad, suggestive of folk songs and full of power.The Complete Club Book for Women|Caroline French Benton
He and my husband were playing and singing Dvorak's 'Spectre's Bride,' a work which he had studied with the composer himself.
Our friend was giving many personal reminiscences of Dvorak, and his method of explaining the way he wanted his work done.
I described the man whom I had seen, whereupon our friend exclaimed, 'Why, that was Dvorak himself!'
I will here quote a few more passages from Dvorak, who, in dealing with the individual arts, does not lose sight of the whole.The Evolution of Love|Emil Lucka
British Dictionary definitions for Dvořák
/ (ˈdvɔːʒæk, Czech ˈdvɔrʒaːk) /
Antonín (ˈantɔnjiːn), known as Anton Dvořák. 1841–1904, Czech composer, much of whose work reflects the influence of folk music. His best-known work is the Symphony No. 9 From the New World (1893)
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