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Violin Concerto

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Leonid Kogan - The Last Recordings - Beethoven - Brahms

Leonid Kogan - The Last Recordings - Beethoven - Brahms
ID: MELCD1001404
Disk: 1
Type: CD
Kolekce: Violin ConcertoPodkolekce: Piano a Housle

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Melodiya offers a new digital restoration of these recordings featuring Leonid Kogan performing the Brahms Sonata for Violin & Piano No.3 with his daughter Nina and the Beethoven Violin Concerto with the USSR ASO conducted by his son Pavel.

(1 - 4) - Leonid Kogan (violin) / Nina Kogan (piano)
(5 - 7) - Leonid Kogan (violin) / USSR Academic Symphony Orchestra - Pavel Kogan, conductor
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David Oistrakh, Violin

David Oistrakh, Violin
ID: MELCD1002261
Disk: 1
Type: CD
Kolekce: Violin ConcertoPodkolekce: Violin and Orchestra

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Contrasts - Violin Concertos of Sibelius & Schoenberg

Contrasts - Violin Concertos of Sibelius & Schoenberg
ID: MELCD1002221
Disk: 1
Type: CD
Kolekce: Violin ConcertoPodkolekce: Violin and Orchestra

Firma Melodiya presents an album of the remarkable violinist Liana Isakadze.

At the age of nine, while a pupil of the Tbilisi music school for gifted children, Liana Isakadze performed with a symphony orchestra for the first time, received first prize at the Trans-Caucasian Competition of Violinists at twelve, and two years later the second prize at the All-Union Competition of Performing Musicians in Moscow where she was allowed to participate despite her young age.

She was then admitted to the Moscow Conservatory without examinations, where she studied under David Oistrakh. Isakadze was awarded a Grand Prix of the at the Marguerite Long and Jacques Thibaud International Competition in Paris in 1965, the first prize at the Jean Sibelius International Competition in Helsinki and the third prize at the 4th Tchaikovsky International Competition in Moscow in 1970.

Liana Isakadze’s recordings of the concertos by Jean Sibelius and Arnold Schoenberg, made in the early 1980s with the USSR State Academic Symphony Orchestra conducted by young maestro Alexander Lazarev (he subsequently headed the Bolshoi Theatre), unveil the brightest features of the violinist’s performing style.

While the first of the concertos is very popular among all famous musicians (the jury of the Sibelius Competition awarded her a special prize for its performance), Schoenberg’s concerto is an example of Liana Isakadze artistic courage - she was and still is the only violinist in this country who included this work in her repertoire.

Schoenberg:
Violin Concerto, Op. 36

Sibelius:
Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47

Liana Isakadze (violin)
State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the USSR - Alexander Lazarew
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LEONID KOGAN - VIOLIN CONCERTOS

LEONID KOGAN - VIOLIN CONCERTOS
ID: MELCD1002328
Disk: 1
Type: CD
Kolekce: Violin ConcertoPodkolekce: Violin and Orchestra

Leonid Kogan, violin
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Conductor - Pierre Monteux (1-3)
Paris Conservatory Concert
Society Orchestra
Conductor - Constantin Silvestri (4-7)
Recorded in January 11, 1958 (1-3); 1959 (4-7).
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Legends of the XX Century - Boris Goldstein, violin - Mendelssohn - Konyus - Feltsman

Legends of the XX Century - Boris Goldstein, violin - Mendelssohn - Konyus - Feltsman
ID: MELCD1001748
Disk: 1
Type: CD
Kolekce: Violin ConcertoPodkolekce: Violin

(1 - 7) - Boris Goldstein, violin
(1 - 3) - Chamber Orchestra of Moscow State Conservatory - M. Terian, conductor
( 4) - Symphony Orchestra of Moscow State Philharmonic Society - Gennady Rozhdestvensky, conductor
(5 - 7) - USSR State Symphony Orchestra - Nathan Rakhlin, conductor
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Dvorak - Symphony No. 9 - David Oistrakh, violin

Dvorak - Symphony No. 9 - David Oistrakh, violin
ID: MELCD1001434
Disk: 1
Type: CD
Kolekce: Violin ConcertoPodkolekce: Violin and Orchestra

The Ninth Symphony by Dvorák presents a four-movement symphonic cycle with a slow second movement, followed by a Scherzo. The Sonata Allegro of the first movement is preceded by a small declamatory introduction of an epical quality, in which the strenuous calls of the horns are sounded out flaringly. The main theme of the Sonata Allegro is based on a rhythmically syncopated melodic figure, derived from Negro songs. The second movement of the symphony was initially titled “Legend,” since its images were aroused by the impressions from the composer’s familiarization with Longfellow’s long poem “Hiawatha”. However, many researchers of Dvorák’s music notice within the music of this movement a feeling of longing for his homeland. The third movement, presenting a rapid Scherzo, is likewise permeated with an unusual melodic and rhythmic individuality.

The conductor Nikolai Anosov was Rozhdestvensky’s father. His interpretations are distinguished by precise attention to detail and by meticulousness, as demonstrated in this performance of “From the New World”. Featuring David Oistrakh, these recordings are excellent quality and taken from 1942 & 1967.

(1 - 4) - USSR State Academic Symphony Orchestra - Nikolai Anosov, conductor
(5 - 7)- David Oistrakh (violin) / USSR State Academic Symphony Orchestra - Kirill Kondrashin, conductor
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J.S. Bach - Berg: Violin Concertos: Leonid Kogan - Pavel Kogan

J.S. Bach - Berg: Violin Concertos: Leonid Kogan - Pavel Kogan
ID: MELCD1002241
Disk: 1
Type: CD
Kolekce: Violin ConcertoPodkolekce: Violin and Orchestra

Firma Melodiya presents another album dedicated to one of the greatest violinists of the 20th century, Leonid Kogan.

An unusual pairing of recordings realized in the late 1960s and early 1970s makes this release particularly attractive. Two concertos by J S Bach, a composer whose music played a significant part in the violinist’s repertoire (the concerto for two violins and orchestra was recorded together with Pavel Kogan, Leonid’s son and a talented violinist ad conductor), are here along with a piece from a different era.

The violin concerto by Alban Berg, a representative of the Second Viennese School, is one of the best creations of the composer of Wozzeck. The concerto, which became the composer’s last work, was dedicated “To the memory of an angel” (Alma Mahler’s daughter who died at an early age), combined the expression of the musical language with poignant lyrical parts and ended in the sounds of Bach’s chorale.

Leonid Kogan was the only performer of Berg’s concerto in the former USSR. The complexity of the piece was an obstacle for many celebrated violinists. His interpretation still captivates with its emotional expressiveness and in-depth comprehension of the concept and form of the concerto.

(1 - 8) - Leonid Kogan, violin
(4 - 6) Pavel Kogan, violin
(1 - 6) Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra (Soloists Ensemble)
(7 - 8) - Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra - Gennady Rozhdestvensky
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E. ELGAREl - Violin Concerto - F.J. HAYDN - Keyboard Concerto No. 6

E. ELGAREl - Violin Concerto - F.J. HAYDN - Keyboard Concerto No. 6
ID: MELCD1002384
Disk: 1
Type: CD
Kolekce: Violin ConcertoPodkolekce: Violin and Orchestra

(1-3) - Recorded in 1984, Igor Oistrakh (violin) - Moscow State Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra -Valentin Zhuk
(4-6) - Recorded in 1985, Igor Oistrakh, Natalia Zertsalova, Ensemble of the Soloists of Moscow State Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra - Valentin Zhuk

Firma Melodiya presents recordings of Joseph Haydn’s and Edward Elgar’s violin concertos performed by Igor Oistrakh.

Igor Oistrakh is the son of David Oistrakh, one of the greatest violinists of the 20th century. He studied violin under famous teacher Pyotr Stoliarsky, graduated from the conservatory and finished his

post-graduate course under his father. Since he was young his play was distinguished with high technical mastery and bright individuality without copying his father’s style. Suffice it to mention his triumphs at the international competitions in Budapest in 1949 and Poznan in 1952, his appearances with some of the best musicians of the century such as Pablo Casals, Yehudi Menuhin, Leonid Kogan and Vladimir Spivakov, and his work with the leading conductors such as Herbert von Karajan, Otto Klemperer, Eugene Ormandy, Carlo Maria Giulini, Georg Solti, Lorin Maazel, Zubin Mehta, Evgeny Svetlanov and Gennady Rozhdestvensky.

Igor Oistrakh was the first Soviet violinist to play the Violin Concerto by Edward Elgar, a prominent English composer who raised national music to the global level for the first time in two hundred years. Dedicated to violinist Fritz Kreisler, the concerto unveils the violin’s rich virtuosic, timbre and emotional potential and is a fertile ground for a true master of violin performing art. Igor Oistrakh is accompanied by the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra led by talented violinist and conductor Valentin Zhuk.

The album also features Joseph Haydn’s Double Concerto for violin and piano. Igor Oistrakh performs it together with Natalia Zertsalova, his long-standing ensemble partner and a pupil of Yakov Flier.
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Wilhelm Furtwängler: Beethoven - Violin Concerto, Op. 61 / Mozart - Symphony No. 39: Eirch Röhn, violin - Berliner Philharmoniker - W.Furtwängler, conductor

Wilhelm Furtwängler: Beethoven - Violin Concerto, Op. 61 / Mozart - Symphony No. 39: Eirch Röhn, violin -
Berliner Philharmoniker - W.Furtwängler, conductor
ID: RCD25007
Disk: 1
Type: CD
Kolekce: Violin ConcertoPodkolekce: Violin and Orchestra

RCD25032

1-3 Live recording: Berlin, 09.01.1944
5-7 Live recording: Berlin, 07.02.1944
Historical Recordings
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Wilhelm Furtwängler: Sibelius: En Saga, Symphonic Poem / Beethoven: Coriolan, Op. 62 - Berliner Philharmoniker - W. Furtwängler, conductor - G. Kulenkampff, violin - J. Brusch, violin

Wilhelm Furtwängler: Sibelius: En Saga, Symphonic Poem / Beethoven: Coriolan, Op. 62 - Berliner Philharmoniker - W. Furtwängler, conductor - G. Kulenkampff, violin - J. Brusch, violin
ID: RCD25009
Disk: 1
Type: CD
Kolekce: Violin ConcertoPodkolekce: Violin and Orchestra

RCD25025

1-4 Live recording: Berlin, 07.02.1943
5- Live recording: Berlin, 27.06.1943
Historical Recordings
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