Slavonic Dances. 2 sets of dances by Dvořák in folk-mus. style but ‘original’ in melody. Written for pf. duet, Nos. 1–8, Op.46, in 1878, Nos. 9–16, Op.72, in 1886. All orch. by Dvořák, in which form they are now usually heard.
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