Oistrakh, Tchaikovsky, Brahms - Violin Concertos download album
Recording: Royal Albert Hall, London, 19 January 1960 (Tchaikovsky) Royal Albert Hall, London, 26 February 1961 (Brahms).
Adagio Johannes Brahms; David Oistrakh; Staatskapelle Dresden; Franz Konwitschny. This digital reissue presents recordings of concertos and romances by the legendary violinist David Oistrakh. Accompanied by eminent ensembles such as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and joined by soloists including his son Igor, Oistrakh explores one solo and two double concertos by . Bach, two romances by Beethoven, and the Romantic concertos by Brahms and Tchaikovsky, offering up an historically important but also beautiful crafted survey of some of the most central works of the violin repertoire. 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Deutsche Grammophon Studio Masters.
David Oistrakh (violin), Igor Oistrakh (violin). Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Wiener Symphoniker, Staatskapelle Dresden, Eugene Goossens, Franz Konwitschny. Few violinists could perform with such overwhelmingly beautiful sound, power and absolute technical security. Classic FM Magazine, 2011. Release Date: 15th Sep 2017. Catalogue No: 4798232.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). Purchased this SACD primarily for an SACD version of the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto – already having two other SACD versions of the Brahms Concerto – Szell (Cleveland Orchestra)/Oistrakh and Kreizberg (Netherlands Philharmonic)/Fischer. While both performances on this SACD are superb to my ear, I found the Brahms Concerto extraordinary.
Tchaikovsky, Brahms Violin Concertos. Released by Sony Music May 2005 6 Tracks. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
Symphonies, piano concertos and violin concertos are the most important musi. Oistrakh and Rozhdestvensky from the mid '60s, reign supreme. This violin concerto might be a little hard to understand and enjoy at first. All of his violin concertos are wonderful pieces and underrated as well. This one, his most famous, should be in the top ten, with nos. 1 and 2 in the next ten.
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|Concerto For Violin And Orchestra In D Major, Op. 35
Composed By – Peter Tchaikovsky*Conductor – Norman Del MarOrchestra – Royal Philharmonic Orchestra*
|1||I. Allegro Moderato||18:53|
|2||II. Canzonetta. Andante||6:49|
|3||III. Finale. Allegro Vivacissimo||9:58|
|Concerto For Violin And Orchestra In D Major, Op. 77
Composed By – Johannes BrahmsConductor – Sir Malcolm SargentOrchestra – London Philharmonic Orchestra*
|4||I. Allegro Non Troppo||21:15|
|6||III. Allegro Giocoso, Ma Non Troppo Vivace||7:52|
- Copyright (c) – BBC Worldwide Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – BBC Worldwide Ltd.
- Recorded At – Royal Albert Hall
- Violin – David Oistrakh*
Royal Albert Hall, London, 19 January 1960 (Tchaikovsky)
Royal Albert Hall, London, 26 February 1961 (Brahms)
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