RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto No. 2
DVORÁK - Symphony No. 9 (New World Symphony)

Piano Concerto No.2, Rachmaninov

The Piano Concerto No. 2 reflects the emotional, melancholic and passionate spirit of who is considered the last romantic composer, heir to Liszt and Tchaikovsky. The use of the bells and the inspiration in the orthodox songs of the east, remembers the Russian origin of Rachmaninov.

Symphony No. 9, Dvórak

Also called the "New World", it was composed during the stay of Dvórak in the United States, because of the influence of black spirituals and North American Indians, but also reflects the popular music of his country, Czechoslovakia, which was always in the root of all his compositions.