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    If you'r not allergic to copies of CDs, I've about 1500 of very special music: only chamber instrumental, works for string and orchestra and solo piano. Many rarities and historical recordings. A lot of forgotten and/or unknown composers and players. If you've something of the same tipe of stuff and want to made some trade, mail me.

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    Where do you live?

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    I want the Wolf Ferrari concerto, played by Bustabo...

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    Music lover: Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Ysaye: yes, I've the 2CD box from her on "the bustabo lagacy". And plenty of historical violinists recordings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taneyev View Post
    Ysaye: yes, I've the 2CD box from her on "the bustabo lagacy". And plenty of historical violinists recordings.
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    And what about the dedicatee of your nick?. I've a CD by don Manuel.

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    By Quiroga himself? Did he make enough recordings to complete a cd?


    EDIT: I found it: http://www.arkivmusic.com/classical/...ormer/107762-2

    You may already have these, but I'll list them anyway:

    Matchavariani's violin concerto

    Violin works by Hubay's pupils
    1. Emil Telmanyi, Violin - Hubay: Scene De La Csarda #2 (9:09)
    2. Joseph Szigeti - Hubay: Scene De La Csarda #3 (6:47)
    3. Joseph Szigeti - Hubay: Zephyr, Op. 30 #5 (3:32)
    4. Jeno Hubay and O. Herz, 1928 - Hubay: Intermezzo from The Violin Maker of Cremona (4:15)
    5. Jelly D'Aranyi, Violin - Hubay: Poem Hongroise, Op. 27 #6 (2:07)
    6. Harry Solloway, Violin - Hubay: Intermezzo From "The Violin Maker Of Cremona" (3:49)
    7. Ibolyka Zilzer, Violin - Hubay: Zephr, Op. 30 #5 (3:23)
    8. Ibolyka Zilzer, Violin - Hubay: Scene De La Csarda #5, Op. 33, "Hullamzo Balaton" (4:35)
    9. Ibolyka Gyarfas, Violin - Hubay: Mazurka In A, Op. 45 #1 (3:28)
    10. Mary Zentay, Violin - Hubay: Scene De La Csarda #8, Op. Op. 60 "Azt MonDJak" (4:03)
    11. Franz Von Vecsey, Violin - Hubay: Intermezzo From "The Violin Maker Of Cremona" (3:48)
    12. Duci De Kerekjarto, Violin - Hubay: Scene De La Csarda #12 (4:10)
    13. Duci De Kerekjarto, Violin - Hubay: Scene De La Csarda #2 (4:02)
    14. Emil Telmanyi, Violin - Hubay: Les Fileuses (4:04)
    15. Emil Telmanyi, Violin - Hubay: Scene De La Csarda #4, "Hejre Kati" (6:24)
    Recordings by Jan Kubelik (see attachment)

    The Sibelius concerto, by Dylana Jenson.
    Last edited by YsayeOp.27#6; Feb-05-2009 at 12:43.

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    Or Tchaikovsky's VC by Oistrakh, Roshdesztvensky and the Staatskapelle Berlin in 1963. Recorded to dvd from a tv broadcast.

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    Well, lets see:
    I haven't the Hubay pupils CD. Don't have that Kubelik, but I've 3 CDs by him with those works and more,inluding the very first recording or "Moto Perpetuo" The Quiroga is a full CD with 24 short pieces recorded 28/29. (IMO, don Pablo had a much better technique at his 60s than don Manuel). Don't have that particular Oistrakh-Tch. recording, but one with Rozhdetsvensky and the Moscu Orch. (and 3 more
    recordings, inluding his first in 1939). IMO, his best was that with Ormandy.
    Now, do you want to trade something, or not?

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    I haven't heard the Quiroga, but I love Sarasate's own recordings. The heavy hiss adds extra value.

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    If we were about to exchange something, I could add the video, or audio only, if you want, of Kubelik's 4th violin concerto.

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