Definition of Dvořák, Antonín in English:

Dvořák, Antonín

Syllabification: Dvo·řák, Antonín
Pronunciation: /ˈdvôrˌZHäk
 
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( 1841–1904), Czech composer. He is best known for his ninth symphony “From the New World” (1892–95).

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