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BEETHOVEN / MENDELSSOHN: Violin 5 (Kreisler) (1935-1936)

BEETHOVEN / MENDELSSOHN: Violin 5 (Kreisler) (1935-1936)

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2013

Originally recorded in 2002

Artists:

London Philharmonic Orchestra

Orchestra

Landon Ronald

Conductor

John Barbirolli

Conductor

Fritz Kreisler

Soloist

Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 69:43
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BEETHOVEN / MENDELSSOHN: Violin 5 (Kreisler) (1935-1936)

     
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LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN

 

Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61

 
1 I. Allegro ma non troppo 22:58
2 II. Larghetto 10:38
3 III. Rondo: Allegro 10:04
 John Barbirolli Conductor
     
 

FELIX MENDELSSOHN

 

Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64, MWV O14

 
4 I. Allegro molto appassionato 12:15
5 II. Andante 7:00
6 III. Allegretto non troppo - Allegro molto vivace 6:48
 Landon Ronald Conductor
     
 Fritz Kreisler Soloist


 Producer’s Note

 
Our series of Kreisler’s complete concerto recordings comes full circle with these remakes, made a decade later, of two works featured on the first volume. The sources for these transfers were pre-war U.S. Victor "Scroll" and "Gold" label pressings. Although the Mendelssohn was recorded during a single session, there is a difference in the characteristic of the sound between the two sides comprising the second movement great enough to make the side join here more audible than usual.   - Mark Obert-Thorn
"The problem that Mark Obert-Thorn faced in his startlingly fine transfer of Brahms was the disparity of pitches from side to side on the original 78s. You’d never know, though, from the pains taken to match them. And his remastering in the two Kreisler concertos is rock solid."
 
 
RD - ClassicalCDReview.com - April 2002  



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