The Dvorak Cello Concerto was composed in 1895 by Antonin Dvorak. It is a three-movement work that showcases the cello and displays Dvorak's blend of folk and classical influences. The first movement is energetic and rhythmic, the second is introspective and intimate, and the final movement is lively and energetic. The concerto is known for its technical demands and has been recorded and performed by many cellists. It is a timeless piece that continues to be popular among musicians and audiences.
Here is an arrangement for cello and string orchestra.
The PDF file contains the score and instrumental parts.
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