David Oistrakh Collection Vol.14: Sweden | Doremi DHR802021

David Oistrakh Collection Vol.14: Sweden

Label: Doremi

Cat No: DHR802021

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 2

Genre: Orchestral

Release Date: 20th January 2014

Contents

About

David Oistrakh made his debut when he was merely 5 years of age, at which time he was already a student of Pyotr Stoliarsky at the Odessa Conservatory. In 1923 he was a soloist with the Odessa Orchestra and in 1927 he was invited by Alexander Glazunov to play his violin concerto – with Glazunov conducting the Kiev Symphony Orchestra.

From his mid-thirties, and for the rest of his life, David Oistrakh was one of the most respected violinists of the 20th century, both through live performance and commercial recordings. He had a unique sense of style and elegance and his mastery of the violin was staggering. His playing had excitement, charm and grace, with a powerful, warm singing tone.

Live performances, Sweden 1970-74.

Contents:
- J S Bach: Concerto for Violin, Oboe & Orchestra in C minor, BWV 1060
Torleif Lönnerholm (oboe)
Live performance, September 6, 1970

- Joseph Haydn: Sinfonia Concertante in Bb major, Op.84, Hob.I/105
Torleif Lönnerholm (oboe), Frans Helmersson (cello), Tore Rönnebäck (bassoon)
Live performance, 1971

- J Brahms: Concerto for Violin, Cello & Orchestra in A minor, Op.102
Åke Olofsson (cello)
Live performance, September 9, 1971

- Sergei Prokofiev: Concerto for Violin & Orchestra No.1 in D major, Op.19
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra / Stig Westerberg
Live performance, 1974

- W A Mozart: Concerto for Violin & Orchestra No.3 in G major, K.216
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra / David Oistrakh
Live performance, 1973

- Wilhelm Stenhammer: Sonata for Violin and Piano in A minor, Op.19
- Tor Aulin: Berceuse - No.3 from Four Aqvareller (Aquarelles)
Greta Erikson (piano)
Live performance, September 8, 1971

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