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on 9 December 2013
Much as I have always loved the Dvorak symphonies, including the early ones, it is very difficult to bring off the finales, which have a habit of sprawling or at least conveying less sense of structure than the other movements. Although the sound cannot quite match the finest of more modern sets Rowicki is a highly convincing interpreter of Dvorak's tricky fourth movements, making them seem like the true symphonic culmination that they should be. Many conductors simply fail to convince here but Rowicki demonstrates great mastery. This alone makes this set worth acquiring.
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