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Beethoven - Violin Concerto

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 1949

Artists:

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Wor Radio Orchestra


Alfred Wallenstein


Launy Grondahl


Adolf Busch


Adolf Busch

- (violin)

Record Label
Guild Historical

Genre:

Violin




Total Time - 54:20
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LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN

   
 

Violin Concerto in D, Op.61

 
1 I Allegro ma non troppo 21:48
2 II Larghetto 9:24
3 III Rondo. Allegro 9:06
   
 Adolf Busch - (violin)
 Launy Grondahl
  Radio Broadcast from the Radiohusets Koncertsal, Copenhagen, 17 March 1949  
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Romance in G for Violin and Orchestra, Op.40

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Romance in F for Violin and Orchestra, Op.50

7:44
   
 Adolf Busch
 Alfred Wallenstein
  Radio Broadcast from WOR Studios, Newark, 21 February 1942  
   


Beethoven’s three works for violin and orchestra make an excellent integral recording, and this historic recording by the great Adolf Busch is of more than intriguing interest. Adolf Busch was one of the greatest violinists of the century, and his performances of the works by Beethoven achieved legendary status. We are particularly pleased to offer this collection of great performances by the master-violinist of his generation in very good refurbished sound.

 "Violin virtuoso Adolf Busch plays his beloved Beethoven Concerto in a radio broadcast from Copenhagen 1949 that should revitalize this artist’s repute in the work he championed."

 
Gary Lemco - Audiophile Audition – 23 February 2013
 

 "...here, as a totality, is one of the greatest performances of this work ever put on a gramophone record ..."

Robert Matthew-Walker - International Record Review - March 2013




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