Antonín Dvořák: Quartet No. 12 In F Major "American" With E. Pahud, M. Avramovic, L. Berthaud And C. Bohorquez
A dedication to American patriotism
As the first Czech composer to reach world-wide recognition, Dvořák’s legacy is understandably nationalistic. However, the broad sweeping notes in this work are reminiscent of western films about the farming roots of the United States of America. One can see the image of the sun rising over fields of crops and animals on the North-East coast. Where does this work transport you to?