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From Gregorian Chant to Górecki

The History of Classical Music on 100 CDs

Deutsche Grammophon’s authoritative guide to the classical music world

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  • Dvorák: Cello Concerto in B minor, Op.104, 3. Finale (Allegro moderato)

    Pierre Fournier, Berliner Philharmoniker, George Szell

    This carefully-curated 100-CD set features artists and performances that only Deutsche Grammophon can deliver. It is the ideal gift and an authoritative guide to the classical music world. Learn more here.

    "It is an attempt to put the composers and compositions into a historical context, for, like its companion art forms, music reflects the era and events in which it was written. Music can speak to us with even greater power and resonance if we hear it as part of a continually evolving, never-ending story." Jeremy Nicholas

    Listen to Dvorák's Cello Concerto and discover our new box set. It was one of the composer’s chamber music partners who asked him to write a cello concerto, but in the end an English cellist played the premiere in London in 1896, as well as the first performances in Leipzig, Prague and Berlin. It quickly became – and has remained for more than a century – the best-loved of all Romantic cello concertos.

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