They remember Dvorak / produced by William Malloch.

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They remember Dvorak / produced by William Malloch.
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Interviews with people who knew Dvorak in the United States and during his final years in Czeckslovakia. Some musical examples of his work.

r.1. How he came to the U.S., his exposure to Native American music in Spilville during the summer of 1893, and his exposure to Black music during his years in the U.S. (ca. 40 min.). -- r.2. On the influence of Native American music on Dvorak's compositions, readings from his diary, and his return to Czeckslovakia; includes performance of the second movement of his Sontence, opus 100, and Negro spiritual songs recorded in 1949 (ca. 42 min.). -- r.3. On his life in Prague after living in America, as conductor of the Prague conservatory orchestra, his composition classes, and his death in 1904 (ca. 40 min.).

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KPFK, 1970.
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3 reels (ca. 122 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, stereo.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1970.
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