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  Antonin Dvorák


 Composers Who Visited America


In 1892, to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus's trip to the New World, a wealthy New Yorker invited Antonin Dvorak to visit America. Tchaikovsky, Albeniz, and Delius were among the other European composers who visited this country before the days of air travel.   [MORE]



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ROMANTIC PERIOD

ROMANTIC PERIOD
Dvorak composed during the Romantic Period. Learn more about the era and check out Classics for Kids programs about other composers from this time in musical history.

SELECTING A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT

SELECTING A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT
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VIDEOS TO ENJOY
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ACTIVITY SHEETS
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