Adolf Busch: The Berlin Recordings 1921-1929  | Guild - Historical GHCD24067

Adolf Busch: The Berlin Recordings 1921-1929

£12.30

Label: Guild - Historical

Cat No: GHCD24067

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 2

Release Date: 3rd March 2014

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For the first time, all the early recordings made in Berlin by the great violinist Adolf Busch are collected in one release.

Busch was at his peak in the 1920s and this set, newly transferred direct from the 78rpm originals, includes all the published solos that he recorded for Deutsche Grammophon in 1921-22 - several of them unavailable for eight decades - as well as the first recordings by the legendary Busch Quartet, made in 1922.

From the late 1920s come Busch's first records for His Master's Voice, a Bach sonata and Bach's D minor Partita with its great Chaconne, plus two unpublished takes.

Contents:
CD 1

- Brahms: Hungarian Dance No.2 in D minor (arr. Joachim)
- Brahms: Hungarian Dance No.20 in D minor (arr. Joachim)
- Corelli: Sonata in G minor, Op.5, No.5: Adagio (arr. Busch)
- Dvorak: Slavonic Dance in A flat major, Op.46, No.3, b78 (arr. Press)
Adolf Busch (violin), Bruno Seidler-Winkler (piano)
 
- J S Bach: Partita in E major, BWV1006, for solo violin: Preludio
- J S Bach: Partita in E major, BWV1006, for solo violin: Gavotte en Rondeau
Adolf Busch (violin)
 
- Tartini: Sonata in G major, Op.2, No.12: Adagio (arr. Corti)
- Dvorak: Romantic Piece, Op.75, No.4, b150: Larghetto 
- Gossec: Gavotte from 'Rosine’ (arr. Burmester)
- Kreisler: Dittersdorf’ Scherzo
- Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op.15: Träumerei (arr. Hüllweck)
- Porpora: Aria in E major (arr. Corti) 
- Dvorak: Slavonic Dance in G minor, Op.46, No.8, b78 (arr. Press)
- Kreisler: Tartini Variations on a Theme of Corelli
- Dvorak: Humoresque in G flat major, Op.101, No.7, b187 (arr. Wilhelmj)
- Kreisler: Pugnani 'Praeludium and Allegro'
- Brahms: Hungarian Dance No.5 in G minor (arr. Joachim)
Adolf Busch (violin), Bruno Seidler-Winkler (piano)

CD 2
- Haydn: String Quartet in F major, Op.3, No.5
- Mozart: String Quartet in D major, K575 (II Andante / III Menuetto)
- Verdi: String Quartet in E minor: III Prestissimo
- Schubert: String Quartet in G major, D887: III Scherzo: Allegro vivace
Busch Quartet

- J S Bach: Sonata in G major, BWV1021 (arr. Busch, Blume)
Adolf Busch (violin), Rudolf Serkin (piano) 

- J S Bach: Partita in D minor, BWV1004, for solo violin
Adolf Busch (violin)

Busch Quartet: Adolf Busch (violin), Gösta Andreasson (violin), Paul Doktor (viola), Paul Grümmer (cello)

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