|A||1st Movement - Adagio; Allegro Molto|
|B||1st Movement - Allegro Molto (concluded)|
|C||2nd Movement - Largo|
|D||2nd Movement - Largo (continued)|
|E||2nd Movement - Largo (concluded)|
|F||3rd Movement - Scherzo; Molto Vivace|
|G||3rd Movement - Scherzo; Molto Vivace (concluded)|
|H||4th Movement - Allegro Con Fuoco|
|I||4th Movement - Allegro Con Fuoco (continued)|
|J||4th Movement - Allegro Con Fuoco (concluded)|
- Manufactured By – RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc.
- Conductor – Leopold Stokowski
- English Horn, Soloist – Robert Bloom
- Orchestra – The Philadelphia Orchestra
NotesRecorded October 22, 1934 at Trinity Church, Camden, New Jersey.
"Biographical and historical notes and commentaries on the Victor Records of the work as performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra under the direction of Leopold Stokowski" (booklet included).
There were also recordings made with Stowkowski and The Philadelphia Orchestra in 1925 and 1927.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (Record 1 catalog number): 16684
- Other (Record 2 catalog number): 16685
- Other (Record 3 catalog number): 16686
- Other (Record 4 catalog number): 16687
- Other (Record 5 catalog number): 16688
|DM-273||Antonín Dvořák - Leopold Stokowski, The Philadelphia Orchestra||Antonín Dvořák - Leopold Stokowski, The Philadelphia Orchestra - Symphony No. 5 In E Minor, "From The New World" (5xShellac, 12", Album)||RCA Victor Red Seal||DM-273||US||Unknown|
|CAL-104||Dvořák* - Leopold Stokowski, Philadelphia Orchestra*||Dvořák* - Leopold Stokowski, Philadelphia Orchestra* - New World Symphony, Symphony No. 5 (LP, Mono, Album, RE)||RCA Camden||CAL-104||US||Unknown|
|CAL-104||Dvorak*, Warwick Symphony Orchestra||Dvorak*, Warwick Symphony Orchestra - Dvorak Symphony No. 5, In E Minor, Op. 95, "From The New World" (LP, Album, Mono)||Camden||CAL-104||US||1953|