Concerto For Violin And Orchestra, E Minor O. 4. Written-By – Felix y. A1. I. Allegro Molto Appassionato. Orchestra – Boston Symphony Orchestra. Photography By – Peter Schaaf (2). Violin – Isaac Stern. Digital recording Made in Germany Printed in Holland.
Liner Notes – Peter Eliot Stone. CrO² Chromium Dioxide - EQ 120 µSec - Dolby tape - Grey plastic, black printed k7 case, fluorescent amorce tape, under CBS stamped standard box, with 3-fold insert, printed inside with long liner notes about the music - Made & Printed in Holland.
Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D, Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto in E Minor. Munch and the BSO with Heifitz are a great combination, especially in the two violin concerti here. The Beethoven is excellent, but the Mendelssohn is breathtaking. The Beethoven is good on the standard stereo two channel format, particularly with Charles Munch and the Boston Symphony in such fine form back when it was one of the world's great orchestra's, and Heifitz plays interesting cadenzas by his master Auer.
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Beethoven: Violin Concerto; Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto - CD (CD). Heifetz's collaboration with Munch and the BSO is one of the most storied in recording history. The Boston Symphony Chamber Players have recently released their new all-American album, Plain Song, Fantastic Dances: Chamber Music By American Composers, featuring works by Lukas Foss, William Bolcom, Michael Gandolfi, and Osvaldo Golijov. The album features world premiere recordings of Michael Gandolfi's Plain Song, Fantastic Dances, Lukas Foss's For Aaron, and William Bolcom's Serenata Notturna, as well as a recording of Osvaldo Golijov's Lullaby and Doina. Seiji Ozawa was music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra for twenty-nine years, from 1973 to 2002, longer than any other music director in its history.
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. Beethoven had previously written a number of pieces for violin and orchestra.
Album · 2014 · 12 Songs. By Ludwig van Beethoven - Jascha Heifetz, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Charles Münch. 2. Concerto in D Major, Op. 61: II. Larghetto. By Felix Mendelssohn - Jascha Heifetz, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Charles Münch.