Sunday, June 25, 2017

Dvorak's Largo For Cello and Piano

During my morning walk on Saturday, I heard this beautiful version of the "going home" theme from the Largo movement of the Czech Romantic composer, Antonin Dvorak's wonderful "From the New World" Symphony #9 played on "All Classical Portland".  The version I heard was for cello and piano.  This is one of my favorite movements of any symphony played by full orchestra, and it translates well to the cello. 

I thought to myself what a soothing, peaceful, and beautiful melody for the Tales Sunday version of the blog's all classical weekends.


Antonin Dvorak [1841 - 1904]
Please turn up the volume and relax and enjoy this beautiful music from one of my favorite composers, transcribed for cello and piano. On this version I found on You Tube, it was arranged by the cellist, Steven Sharp Nelson and pianist, Jon Schmidt.  

Antonin Dvorak: "Going Home" theme from the Largo movement of Symphony #9 in E minor, "From the New World", arranged for Cello and Piano:




2 comments:

Joel said...

Thank you! It was a soothing cello melody! You are right!

Anonymous said...

Big Mike,

I used to play this on the piano as a kid. Couldn't play it as slow as here, though. Beautifully soothing.

Bedfordguy