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Bronislaw Huberman - HUBERMAN plays Tchaikovsky and Lalo (1928-34) mp3

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Performer: Bronislaw Huberman
Title: HUBERMAN plays Tchaikovsky and Lalo (1928-34)
Released: 2015
Category: Classic
Rating: 4.3
Catalog #: PASC 439
Label: Pristine Audio

Tracklist

1Chopin (arr. Huberman) Waltz In C-sharp Minor, Op 64, No. 2 3:15
22nd Mvt.: Canzonetta: Andante6:06
3Zarzycki Mazurka In G Major, Op. 264:22
4SARASATE Romanza andaluza (No. 1 from Danzas españolas, Op. 22)4:39
5 Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto In D Major, Op. 35
64th Mvt.: Andante6:02
73rd Mvt.: Finale: Allegro Vivacissimo6:00
8Tchaikovsky Mélodie, Op. 42, No. 33:29
91st Mvt.: Allegro Non Troppo7:22
101st Mvt.: Allegro Moderato – Cadenza16:04
11Brahms (arr. Joachim) Hungarian Dance No. 1 In G Minor 3:01
122nd Mvt.: Scherzando: Allego Molto3:49
13 Lalo Symphonie Espagnole, Op. 21
145th Mvt.: Rondo: Allegro7:54


Credits

  • ConductorGeorge Szell (tracks: 9, 10, 11, 12)
  • PianoSiegfried Schultze (tracks: 8)
  • ViolinBronislaw Huberman


Notes

TCHAIKOVSKY Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35
1) 1st Mvt.: Allegro moderato – Cadenza
2) 2nd Mvt.: Canzonetta: Andante
3) 3rd Mvt.: Finale: Allegro vivacissimo

Staatskapelle Berlin ∙ William Steinberg
Recorded 28 & 30 December 1928 in the Beethovensaal, Berlin
Matrix nos.: WAX 4509-2, 4510-1, 4511-1, 4512-2, 4513-2, 4514-1 & 4515-2
First issued on Columbia L 2335 through 2338

4) TCHAIKOVSKY Mélodie, Op. 42, No. 3
Recorded 22 February 1929 in the Columbia Petty France Studio, London
Matrix no.: WAX 4671-1
First issued on Columbia L 2338

5) CHOPIN (arr. Huberman) Waltz in C-sharp minor, Op 64, No. 2
Recorded 22 February 1929 in the Columbia Petty France Studio, London
Matrix no.: WAX 4672-2
First issued on Columbia LX 137

6) BRAHMS (arr. Joachim) Hungarian Dance No. 1 in G minor
Recorded 7 February 1932
Matrix no.: IDWA 9155-5
First issued on Columbia LB 8

7) SARASATE Romanza andaluza (No. 1 from Danzas españolas, Op. 22)
Recorded 10 June 1929 in the Columbia Petty France Studio, London
Matrix no.: WAX 5006-1
First issued on Columbia L 2332

8) ZARZYCKI Mazurka in G major, Op. 26
Recorded 11 June 1929 in the Columbia Petty France Studio, London
Matrix no.: WAX 5011-1
First issued on Columbia L 2332
Siegfried Schultze (piano)

LALO Symphonie espagnole, Op. 21
9) 1st Mvt.: Allegro non troppo
10) 2nd Mvt.: Scherzando: Allego molto
11) 4th Mvt.: Andante
12) 5th Mvt: Rondo: Allegro

Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra ∙ George Szell
Recorded 20 & 22 June 1934 in the Mittlerer Konzerthaussaal, Vienna
Matrix nos.: WHAX 39-3, 40-2, 41-2, 42-1, 43-3 & 44-1
First issued on Columbia LX 347 through 349


Album

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