The Master of Violin – Heifetz (7CDs)

[FLAC, CUE, LOGS, SCANS]

Year: 2007

Label: Naxos Historical

TRACKLIST

CD1 Vol 1

Beethoven’s Violin Concerto in D, works 61
Arturo Toscanini / NBC Symphony Orchestra
March 11, 1940 recorded in New York, Radio City studio 8-H
Starting from the victory of the company (No.: 17441/5-S), Album Number: M-705

01. The first movement Allegro ma non troppo (CLS: Orr – Heifetz)
02. The second movement Adagio (CLS: Joachim – Heifetz)
03. The third movement Rondo

Brahms Violin Concerto in D, works 77
Sergei Kusevitski / Boston Symphony Orchestra
April 11, 1939 recorded at the Boston Symphony Hall
Starting from the victory of the company, Album Number: M-581

04. The first movement Allegro ma non troppo (CLS: Orr – Heifetz)
05. The second movement adagio
06. The third movement Allegro Divertimento play, but not too lively

CD2 Volume 2

Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D, works 35
John Barbirolli / London Philharmonic Orchestra
March 25, 1937 recorded at EMI Studio No. 1 Lunduiaibei Road

01. The first movement Allegro moderato
02. Canzo nera the second movement: andante
03. 3rd movement Finale: Allegro highly dynamic

Wieniawski Violin Concerto in D Minor, 2nd works of 22
John Barbirolli / London Philharmonic Orchestra
March 18, 1935 recorded at EMI Studio No. 1 Lunduiaibei Road

04. The first movement Allegro moderato
05. The second movement Romance, moderate Andante
06. The third movement Allegro enthusiasm

Sibelius Violin Concerto in D Minor works 47
Thomas Beecham / London Philharmonic Orchestra
November 26, 1935, December 14 at the EMI recording studio Lundunyibei Road, No. 1,

07. The first movement Allegro moderato
08. The very slow second movement adagio
09. The third movement allegro, but faster, but sub –

CD3 Volume 3

Walton Violin Concerto in B minor (original version)
Githens / Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
February 18, 1941 recorded at the Cincinnati Music Hall
Starting from the victory of the company (number: 18414 / 6), Album Number: M-868

01. The first movement Andante calm
02. The second movement is fast-changing
03. The third movement and lively

Elgar Violin Concerto in B Minor Works 61
Malcolm Sargent / London Philharmonic Orchestra
June 6, 1949 recorded at EMI Studio No. 1 Lunduiaibei Road
Starting from HMV (Code: DB 21056/60)

04. The first movement allegro
05. The second movement Andante
06. The third movement allegro
07. The fourth movement, CLS (accompaniment: slow) – Allegro

CD4 Volume 4

Glazunov Violin Concerto in A Minor Works 82
John Barbirolli / London Philharmonic Orchestra
March 28, 1934 recorded at EMI Studio No. 1 Lunduiaibei Road
Starting from HMV (Catalog No.: DB 8296 / 8)

01. The first movement of plate
02. The second movement Andante, continued to
03. The third movement of the original speed
04. The fourth movement allegro

Bruch Scottish Fantasy Works 46
William Shi Steinberg / RCA Victory Symphony Orchestra
September 12, 1947 recorded the victory in the RCA recording studio in Hollywood
Starting from the RCA Victory (Catalog No. :12-0008 / 10), albums: M-1183

05. The first movement Introduction: seriously – soft board, gentle manner
06. The second movement allegro
07. The third movement adagio – Andante, continued to
08. The fourth movement Finale: Allegro

A minor Brahms Double Concerto for Violin Cello Works 102
伊曼纽福尔曼 / Cello
Eugene Ormandy / Philharmonia Orchestra
December 21, 1939 recorded at the Philadelphia Academy of Music
By the Victory’s starting (catalog number: 18132 / 5), albums: M-815

09. The first movement allegro
10. The second movement Andante
11. The third movement is not too quickly

CD5 Vol 5

Mozart’s Fourth Violin Concerto in D Major K218
CLS: Heifetz
Thomas Beecham / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
November 10, 1947 recorded at EMI Studio No. 1 Lunduiaibei Road
Starting from HMV (Catalog No.: DB 6678/80)

01. The first movement allegro
02. The second movement Andante Cantabile
03. The third movement swing poem: elegant Andante, but not too fast

Mozart’s 5th Violin Concerto in A Major “Turkish” K219
CLS: Joseph Joachim
John Barbirolli / London Philharmonic Orchestra
February 23, 1934 recorded at EMI Studio No. 1 Lunduiaibei Road
Starting from HMV (Catalog No.: DB 2199/2202)

04. The first movement Allegro wide
05. The second movement adagio
06. The third movement Rondo: Minuet speed, Allegro

Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E Minor works 64
Thomas Beecham / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
June 10, 1949 recorded at EMI Studio No. 1 Lunduiaibei Road
Starting from HMV (Catalog No.: DB 6956/82)

07. The first movement Allegro is very enthusiastic
08. The second movement Andante
09. The third movement Allegro ma non troppo – very lively presto

CD6 volume 6

Prokofiev Violin Concerto in G Minor, second works 63
Prokofiev / Boston Symphony Orchestra
December 20, 1937 recorded at the Boston Symphony Hall
Starting from the victory of the company (number: 14907 / 9), Album Number: M-450

01. The first movement Allegro moderate
02. Andante second movement is very slow
03. The third movement Allegro assai

Gruenberg works 47 Violin Concerto
Meng Du / San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
December 17, 1945 recorded at the San Francisco War Memorial Opera
Starting from the RCA Victor Company (Catalog No. :11-9333 / 6), Album Number: M-1079

04. The first movement moderate
05. The second movement accompanied by a simple and warm style
06. The third movement, and with a sense of humor in a lively manner

CD7 Volume 7

Vieu When the Violin Concerto in D Minor, 4th works of 31
John Barbirolli / London Philharmonic Orchestra
March 14, 1935 recorded at EMI Studio No. 1 Lunduiaibei Road
Starting from HMV (Catalog No.: DB 2444 / 6)

01. The first movement Andante – Plate – Cadenza
02. The second movement adagio pious
03. The third movement Scherzo: Three Sound Central
04. The fourth movement march-style finale: Allegro

Vieu When the 5th Violin Concerto in A Minor Works 37
Malcolm Sargent / London Philharmonic Orchestra
November 8, 1947 recorded at EMI Studio No. 1 Lunduiaibei Road
Starting from HMV (Catalog No.: DB 6547 / 8)

05. The first movement Allegro moderate
06. The second movement Cadenza
07. The third movement adagio
08. The fourth movement Allegro enthusiasm

Saint – Saens
John Barbirolli / London Philharmonic Orchestra
March 18, 1935 recorded at EMI Studio No. 1 Lunduiaibei Road
09. Primers and Rondo Capriccioso

Saint – Saens
John Barbirolli / London Philharmonic Orchestra
April 9, 1937 recorded at EMI Studio No. 1 Lunduiaibei Road

10. Habanera

Sarasate
John Barbirolli / London Philharmonic Orchestra
April 9, 1937 recorded at EMI Studio No. 1 Lunduiaibei Road

11. Airs works of 20

Waxman
Donald Forsythe / RCA Victory Symphony Orchestra
November 8, 1946 recorded in New York, water lily Club

12. “Carmen Fantasy” (adapted from Bizet’s opera themes)

LINKS

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