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David Oistrakh / Wolfgang Schneiderhan / Eugen Jochum / Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra - Beethoven: Violin Concerto; Romances Nos. 1 & 2 album download
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David Oistrakh / Wolfgang Schneiderhan / Eugen Jochum / Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra - Beethoven: Violin Concerto; Romances Nos. 1 & 2 album download

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David Oistrakh / Wolfgang Schneiderhan / Eugen Jochum / Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
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Beethoven: Violin Concerto; Romances Nos. 1 & 2
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Concerto
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01:02:35
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Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61. 1. Allegro ma non troppo. Eugen Jochum, David Oistrakh, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Wolfgang Schneiderhan. Romance for violin & orchestra No. 1 in G major, Op. 40. 5. 2 in F major, Op. 50.

Orchestra – Berliner Philharmoniker (tracks: 1 to 3), Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (tracks: 4, 5). Violin – David Oistrach (tracks: 4, 5), Wolfgang Schneiderhan (tracks: 1 to 3). Notes. Total Playing Time 62'36". Made and printed in West Germany. Matrix, Runout: 427 197-2 01 /.

Beethoven: Violin Concerto; Romances 1 & 2. Import. 61, this 1962 recording of Wolfgang Schneiderhan on violin, and with Eugen Jochum conducting Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, continues to sound great and is one of the few that have consistently been at the top of critics recommendations for many years. I have had this disc myself since purchasing it originally in about 1993 - Gramophone magazine, in their annual The Good CD Guide 1992 had listed this recording, along with Itzhak Perlman's performance, with Carlo Maria Giulini conducting the Philharmonia Orchestra, which I also own, as their top recommendations for this work. Also on this disc, Beethoven's Violin Romance No. 1 and No. 2, with David Oistrakh on violin, and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Eugene Goossens, recordings made in 1961.

Album: Beethoven: Violin Concerto, David Oistrakh vs. Wolfgang Schneiderhan (2014). Artists: Berliner Philharmoniker, Людвиг ван Бетховен, Eugen Jochum, Wolfgang Schneiderhan. Money online! Converting/Cutting.

Concerto for Violin in D Major, Op. 61: I. Allegro ma non troppo (Cadenza By Fritz Kreisler). USSR State Symphony Orchestra, Guenadi Rojdestvenski & David Oistrakh. 2. Concerto for Violin in D Major, Op. 61: II. Larghetto. Berlin Philharmonic, Eugen Jochum & Wolfgang Schneiderhan. 6.

Wolfgang Schneiderhan (violin); Berlin Phil/Eugen Jochum; David Oistrakh; RPO/Eugene Goosens. Catalogue Number: ALC 1350 (1961/62). Tasmin Little shines a light on miraculous works by female composers. This album makes a seemingly effortless case for the music of these composers'. Six of the bes. aritones. James MacMillan discusses his new oratorio.

Ludwig van Beethoven composed his Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61, in 1806. Its first performance by Franz Clement was unsuccessful and for some decades the work languished in obscurity, until revived in 1844 by Joseph Joachim. Since then it has become one of the best-known violin concertos. 2 Performance history. 3 Performance practice. 5 Alternative versions. Later in the 1790s, Beethoven had completed two Romances for violin – first the Romance in F and later the Romance in . .These works show a strong influence from the French school of violin playing, exemplified by violinists such as Giovanni Battista Viotti, Pierre Rode and Rodolphe Kreutzer. 1953: Wolfgang Schneiderhan (violin), Berliner Philharmoniker, Eugen Jochum (conductor), Deutsche Grammophon – "Rosette" by the Penguin Guide.

Wolfgang Schneiderhan (violin), David Oistrakh (violin), Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Berlin Philharmonic, Eugene Goossens & Eugen Jochum. Beethoven: Romances Nos. 1 & 2 for violin and orchestra. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Berlin Philharmonic. Eugene Goossens & Eugen Jochum. David Oistrakh (violin). technically the best stereo version in the catalogue. slow-movement cadenza is rather good, with its hint of the finale theme just before the end. after the second cadenza in the finale, Jochum brings the 'cellos and basses in with tremendous effect

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61
1 Allegro ma non troppo Eugen Jochum / David Oistrakh / Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra / Wolfgang Schneiderhan 24:40
2 Larghetto Eugen Jochum / David Oistrakh / Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra / Wolfgang Schneiderhan 10:47
3 Rondo. Allegro Eugen Jochum / David Oistrakh / Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra / Wolfgang Schneiderhan 11:01
4 Romance for violin & orchestra No. 1 in G major, Op. 40 Eugen Jochum / David Oistrakh / Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra / Wolfgang Schneiderhan 7:22
5 Romance for violin & orchestra No. 2 in F major, Op. 50 Eugen Jochum / David Oistrakh / Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra / Wolfgang Schneiderhan 8:45