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The Symphony No. 1 in C minor, B. 9, subtitled The Bells of Zlonice (Czech: Zlonické zvony), was composed by Antonín Dvořák during February and March 1865. The work is written in the early Romantic style, and was inspired by the works of Ludwig van Beethoven and Felix Mendelssohn. It was the only one of his symphonies that Dvořák never heard performed or had a chance to revise.
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The Symphony Vo. : Haydn to Dvorak: Haydn to Dvorak v. 1 (Pelican . Robert Simpson. The book is arranged chronologically, with music examples, and follows the development of Haydn's art with careful argument. It casually reveals details of Haydn's orchestra at different times, performance conventions (. that he did not conduct symphonies from the keyboard), distinguished between the Sturm und Drang movement in Germany and the Austrian movement that preceded it.