Concerto No. 1 in G minor Op. 26 (Bruch) recorded 1924.
with Eugene Goossens (conductor)
From the sole surviving copy, a set of test pressings found in the collection of Sir Edward Elgar. 30/12/24 Cc 5508-3; 29/12/24 5509-1; 30/12/24 5510-3, 5511-3; 02/01/25 5512-4, 5513-4
Concerto No. 1 in D major (Paganini arr. Kreisler) 1st movement with the Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Eugene Ormandy
Recorded - 13/12/36 - 2A 03149-1A, 03150-1, 03151-2, 03152-2
The only recording of Kreisler in a real virtuoso piece.
Kreisler’s playing is said to have declined after his accident in 1941. Reproduced correctly, these recordings show his still formidable command:
Concerto in E minor, Op. 64 (Mendelssohn) 1st mov. - Allegro molto appassionato
with Donald Voorhees (conductor) Live Performance 17th July 1944
Poeme (Chausson) with Donald Voorhees (conductor)
Live Performance 19th January 1948
Concerto No, 4 in D major K.218 (Mozart) 1st movement - Allegro
with Donald Voorhees (conductor) Live Performance 1st January 1945