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Antonin Dvorak (1841 -1904) was a Czech composer of romantic music. He has successfully combined folk music with symphonic and chamber music. He was born in the Habsburg Monarchy, the area of today's Czech Republic, near the Czech capital, Prague, where he spent his entire life except for the period between 1892 and 1895 when he was director of the conservatory in New York. Antonin Dvorak's next to Bedrich Smetana most important representative of Czech folk music. It is usually used for their melodies Czech National folklore, but he also used the national folklore of other Slovenian nation, and the nation of North America. He was a versatile composer: he created a symphony (the best known is in E mol "New World Symphony" was created in 1893), opera, symphonic poems, songs, overtures, orchestral, chamber music and concerts. Antonin Dvorak was a follower of neo-Romanticism. Together with Smetana he was one of the architects of the Czech national school.