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Here is a white, pre-worn T-Shirt, size XL that has a large graphic on the front that says: Remembering Dvorak 1893 1996 Spillville, Iowa August 6,7, 8 1993 in red and white and a grey line drawing of Dvorak. Nothing on the back. The T-Shirt measures 24 inches across the chest measured under the arms and from the back of the neckband to the bottom hem is 28 inches. No holes or stains---good condition for its age! 50% cotton and 50% polyester and Made in the USA.
And just so you know..
Spillville is a city in Winneshiek County, Iowa, United States. The population was 367 at the 2010 census.
One hundred summers ago, Antonin Dvorak arrived in this tiny Iowa town with the newly written "New World" Symphony under his arm. After a bruising and exhilarating year as the director of the National Conservatory in New York, the Czech composer craved the society of his countrymen. Dvorak's secretary, Josef Kovarik, convinced him that if he traveled not east across the ocean, but west to the rolling green hills of northeast Iowa, he would find the people he was looking for.
He did. And Spillville is remembering Dvorak's three-month stay with a weekend of solemn Czech Masses, polka dances, kolaces, pilsener beer, parades, lectures, chamber music and -- oh yes -- the E-minor Symphony "From the New World" played by the Dubuque Symphony in the local high-school gymnasium.