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CHAMBER MUSIC

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Ⓓ The Norbert Wethmar
Pianoforte Quintet:
Norbert Wethmar (violin)
Nathan Comras (violin)
John Yewe Dyer (viola)
Walter Nunn (violoncello)
Wilfrid Parry (pianoforte)
Vitezslav Novak (born in Bohemia in 1870), together with Joseph Suk and Janacek, is generally considered one of the leaders of modern Czech music. He was a favourite pupil of Dvorak, but his earlier works show more of the influence of Schumann and Brahms. Later in life Novak drew his inspiration from national sources, and some of his more important works are based on folk tunes. His output is large, and includes operas, symphonic poems, many choral works, songs, and chamber music. Much of his music has a distinct national flavour, as in the case of the present Piano Quintet.

Contributors

Pianoforte: Norbert Wethmar
Violin: Norbert Wethmar
Violin: Nathan Comras
Viola: John Yewe Dyer
Viola: Walter Nunn
Pianoforte: Wilfrid Parry
Unknown: Vitezslav Novak
Unknown: Joseph Suk

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