Definition of Dvořák, Antonín in English:

Dvořák, Antonín

Line breaks: An|to|nín Dvo¦řák
Pronunciation: /ˈdvɔːʒak
 
, -ʒɑːk/
( 1841–1904), Czech composer. Combining folk elements with the Viennese musical tradition, he wrote chamber music, operas, and songs, but is best known for his ninth symphony ( ‘From the New World’, 1892-5).

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