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Composed in 1900 replete with dryads and naiads, Dvorák's penultimate opera Rusalka is a melodic, colorful, evocative, spacious, atmospheric, and symphonically conceived work composed in the post-Wagnerian tradition without losing the Czech folk flavor. This work is not new to conductor Václav Neumann and soprano Gabriela Benacková. Because they had recorded it in 1984 for Supraphon three years prior to this live performance, this issue begs comparison with that earlier document. When the Supraphon set, recorded in the ...

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