Newly presented in 180 g heavyweight vinyl pressingsIncludes a voucher with a unique code to download the digital audio files (MP3) of the full album for freePressed at OPTIMALThis recording has a sweetness, warmth and seemingly effortless virtuosity that produce deeply satisfying results.International Record Review
- German pressings of the immense Sony Classical Masters Catalog in smart, desirable and collectible multi-disc editions - The Sony catalog is replete with legendary artists and many of the greatest recordings of the classical repertoire - Box fronts feature large, prominently displayed photo of the featured artist - Slender, shelf-friendly boxes; CD's housed in space-saving slipsleeves
The Szell/Cleveland Recordings Complete! In the heyday of George Szell s tenure as its chief conductor, declared Gramophone, The Cleveland Orchestra had few if any peers among the world s great orchestras. Coinciding with the orchestra s centenary in 2018, Sony Classical is excited to announce one of the most ambitious reissue projects of recent times, a comprehensive collection of the Clevelanders recordings made under the baton of their iconic fourth music director. These span the period between 1947 a year after Szell (born in Budapest in 1897) inherited a fine provincial orchestra from Eri... [Read More]
Jascha Heifetz has been called the first and greatest of all virtuosos. Critics agree when RCA Victor once dubbed him The Violinist of the Century . Now all of Heifetz s stereo recordings are being issued together in a single Sony Classical box of 24 CDs, coupled by composer and remastered from the original analogue tapes in 24-bit / 192 kHz and DSD® quality. Heifetz authority John Maltese provides a new introductory essay.Less than two weeks after his sensational US debut at Carnegie Hall, a 16-year-old Russian émigré named Jascha Heifetz protégé of the legendary St. Petersburg violin te... [Read More]
'This is a very distinguished performance indeed [Beethoven]. It is one where one's senses tell one from the start that nothing will mar the employment ; how this should be I do not know, but immediate distinction is already apparent and it is never lost.' Gramophone Magazine Itzhak Perlman, violin virtuoso, conductor, and master-instructor is widely considered as one of the preeminent violin virtuosi of the 20th century. He made his debut at Carnegie Hall in 1963 and won the prestigious Leventritt Competition in 1964. Soon afterward he began to tour extensively. In addition to an extensive re... [Read More]
Hyperion presents the thirteenth volume in their ongoing Romantic Violin Concerto series. Although more often featuring virtuoso showpieces by the composer - violinists of the nineteenth century, this collection also highlights works of great musical interest which for one reason or another have not entered the standard repertoire. The present disc collects all of the works for violin and orchestra by Robert Schumann. Although the composer's concertos for piano and cello are among of the most beloved works in classical music, none of these works for violin has enjoyed the same success. That re... [Read More]
This new recording couples the famous E-Minor Concerto with the much less well-known, youthful D-Minor Concerto and the F Minor Violin Sonata. Star violinist Tianwa Yang plays all three works very musically and expressively, supported by conductor Patrick Gallois and his Sinfonia Finlandia.
Nathan Milstein (1904-1992) was one of the most virtuosic violinists of the 21st century. He performed well into his 80s, only retiring after suffering a broken hand. This 2-disc set contains some of Milsteins best recordings, taken between the years 1955 and 1960, when he was at the peak of his career. Featuring concertos by Beethoven, Brahms, Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky, and Bruch, Milstein is accompanied by some of the worlds finest orchestras, including the Pittsburgh Symphony, and the Philharmonia Orchestra.
6 tracks: Tchaikovsky - Violin Concerto in D major, op.35 1. Allegro moderato 2. Canzonetta: Andante attacca 3. Finale: Allegro vivacissimo Mendelssohn - Violin Concerto in E minor, op.64 4. Allegro molto appassionato 5. Andante 6. Allegro non troppo - Allegro molto vivace Total Time: 60:02
To be competitive, a new recording of this popular coupling should offer something out of the ordinary, and this one does. McDuffie plays with calm, unhurried assurance, but also with a winningly wiry intensity. The pleasant surprise is in Joseph Swensen's extraordinarily acute accompaniments, in which the smaller orchestral forces are conducive to extreme textural clarity and on-the-button accents. Obviously, Swenson--a virtuoso who has of late forsworn the violin for conducting--provides McDuffie with the kind of support he himself would have wanted. The results are very refreshing musically... [Read More]
Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto No. 2/Bruch: Violin Concerto No. 1 (2015) Itzhak Perlman, Bernard Haitink, Concertgebouw Orchestra. More than a decade after his first recording of the Mendelssohn and Bruch concertos, Perlman returned to them with
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