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Thread: Recommending a CD: Tchaikovsky's violin concerto

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    I haven't heard Bell's recording yet, but I enjoy the recording of the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto by Julia Fischer with the Russian National Orchestra and Kreizberg.

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    If you really love this music like I do, there's this version that is absolutely breathtaking. Even at home you'll stand up and cheer at the end. Thrilling account:

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbhaub View Post
    If you really love this music like I do, there's this version that is absolutely breathtaking. Even at home you'll stand up and cheer at the end. Thrilling account:
    Astonishing! I bloody love virtuoso accordionists

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    That’s my personal favourite „version” of this concerto.
    I also enjoy this with Julia Fischer and Russian National Orchestra (Naxos, 2006) ->
    http://themusicgala.com/classical/fi...olin-concerto/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clouds Weep Snowflakes View Post
    This isn't the first violin concerto I've listened to and not the only one I like, I have Beethoven, Mendelssohn and Mozart as well, and they are all beautiful, but this one really blew my ears!
    Korngold has a fantastic VC. As does Bruch and Sibelius.
    I don't live in the past,
    there's no future in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhoosierdude View Post
    Korngold has a fantastic VC. As does Bruch and Sibelius.
    Haven't heard the Korngold, but the Bruch is a classic and the Sibelius is one of his best works.

    On topic, I haven't heard the Tchaikovsky. I'll have to check out that recording OP. I'm on a bit of a concertos kick.
    Last edited by flamencosketches; May-14-2019 at 13:22.

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    Heifetz and Reiner for me, although I think Joshua Bell is also very very good

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    I'm quite surprised no one has mentioned this album yet. Their artistry gets under the skin of these idioms not so much worlds apart, but yet have something different to say. Enlivening in short.

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