New World Symphony theme – Largo – Dvorak – Violin duo – FREE Sheet music

new world symphony theme DvorakWith a friend I had a gig to play Czech music by two violins. I couldn’t find a violin duo version of the New World Symphony Largo theme, so I arranged it myself. I hope I can please you with the sheet music. Download it for free here: New World Symphony theme - Largo - Dvorak - Violin duo

PS: I have no idea to make the proper punctuation mark for Dvorak on my Mac... if you know how to do this, please share it in the comments below and I am very thankful to you.


4 Comments

  1. Linda

    dank je wel voor de bladmuziek van Dvorak. een van mijn favorite stukken.

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  2. Charles Hanson

    Dvořák

    OS X Lion: Enter special characters and symbols
    Use the Character Viewer to enter special characters and symbols, such as mathematical symbols, letters with accent marks, emoticons, arrows and other “dingbats,” into your documents.
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    Enter special characters or symbols from the Character Viewer
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    3. Select a category from the list on the left, and then select the character you want to use.
    Use the Recently Used or Favorites sections in the Character Viewer to quickly enter frequently used characters or symbols.
    Add a character or symbol to the Favorites section in the Character Viewer
    1. Choose Edit > Special Characters to open the Character Viewer, or choose Show Character Viewer from the Input menu in the menu bar (looks like a flag or character).
    If you don’t see Show Character Viewer in the Input menu, follow the steps in this topic to show the Character Viewer in the menu bar.
    2. Select a category from the list on the left, and then drag the character you want to the Favorites section.
    Customize the Character Viewer
    If you don’t see the character or symbol that you want to use, try customizing the Character Viewer.
    1. Choose Customize List from the Action pop-up menu (looks like a gear) in the top-left corner of the Character Viewer.
    2. Select the categories that you want to appear in the Character Viewer, and then click Done.
    Show the Character Viewer in the menu bar
    1. Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Language & Text, and then click Input Sources.
    2. Select the Keyboard & Character Viewer checkbox.
    You can now open the Character Viewer from the Input menu in the menu bar (looks like a flag or character).

    also

    Character Map = Character Palette. You get to it via Edit > Special Characters, or check its box in system prefs/international/input menu. No keyboard shortcuts are given, however. You can use Keyboard Viewer (check its box in system prefs/international/input menu) to see which key does what.

    Some people like the program PopCharX.

    Here’s a chart of the shortcuts for diacritics:
    http://homepage.mac.com/thgewecke/diacritics.html

    I hope this helps.

    Charly

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