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An exceptional exclusive exhibition will present
a single exhibit - the original score of the most famous composition by Antonín Dvořák:
Symphony No. 9 in E minor Op. 95 "From the New World".

The manuscript, which has 120 pages and its size is 263x340 mm,
is bound in one volume and is stored under very strict
climatic and safety conditions in a bank safe.

The piece, which ranks among the most precious jewels of music history,
has been heard for many tens of years in concert halls all over the world
performed by the best orchestras and conductors. Numerous recordings of
"The New World" are an essential part of all music libraries, public and
private record collections of music lovers on Earth.

Not accidentally did the composition resound on 21 July 1969
when the first man stepped on the Moon.

The New World Symphony is of important international cultural value
and in connection with the 100th anniversary of the composer´s death
it was nominated to be included in the "Memory of the World" of the UN.
Personal encounter with the manuscript will undoubtedly be
a great occasion in the life of any music lover.

The exhibition will take place in the Lobby of Rudolfinum in Prague on
2nd May 2004 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

For more information about this event please contact
BVA International.

Partner of the Exhibition: UNIQA

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