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Beethoven : Yehudi Menuhin With The Philharmonia Orchestra Conducted By Wilhelm Furtwängler - Beethoven Violin Concerto FLAC

Beethoven : Yehudi Menuhin With The Philharmonia Orchestra Conducted By Wilhelm Furtwängler - Beethoven Violin Concerto FLAC
Performer:
Beethoven : Yehudi Menuhin With The Philharmonia Orchestra Conducted By Wilhelm Furtwängler
Album:
Beethoven Violin Concerto
Style:
Romantic
Country:
UK
Label:
His Master's Voice
Catalog:
ALP 1100
FLAC size:
1960 mb
MP3 size:
1330 mb
WMA size:
2953 mb


Tracklist


1Third Movement - Rondo (Allegro) - Cadenza (By Kreisler) - Tempo I
Cadenza – Kreisler
2Second Movement - Larghetto
3First Movement - Allegro Ma Non Troppo - Cadenza (By Kreisler) - Tempo I
Cadenza – Kreisler
4Concerto In D Major, Op. 61 For Violin And Orchestra


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WALP 1100Ludwig van Beethoven - Yehudi Menuhin (Violine) Und Das Philharmonia Orchester , Dirigent: Wilhelm Furtwängler Ludwig van Beethoven - Yehudi Menuhin (Violine) Und Das Philharmonia Orchester , Dirigent: Wilhelm Furtwängler - Violinkonzert D-Dur Op. 61 ‎(LP, Mono)His Master's VoiceWALP 1100Germany1953
ECE 012, ECE - 012Beethoven Concert În Re Major Op. 61 Pentru Vioară Și Orchestră ‎(LP, Mono, RE)Electrecord, ElectrecordECE 012, ECE - 012RomaniaUnknown
63 222Beethoven - Yehudi Menuhin, Philharmonia Orchestra London, Wilhelm Furtwängler Beethoven - Yehudi Menuhin, Philharmonia Orchestra London, Wilhelm Furtwängler - Violinkonzert D-Dur Op.61 ‎(LP)Dacapo 63 222GermanyUnknown
FALP 30041, FALP 30.041Beethoven - Yehudi Menuhin, Philharmonia Orchestra, Wilhelm Furtwängler Beethoven - Yehudi Menuhin, Philharmonia Orchestra, Wilhelm Furtwängler - Concerto Pour Violon ‎(LP, Mono)La Voix De Son Maître, La Voix De Son MaîtreFALP 30041, FALP 30.041France1960
LHMV 1061Yehudi Menuhin With The Philharmonia Orchestra Conducted By Wilhelm Furtwängler, Beethoven Yehudi Menuhin With The Philharmonia Orchestra Conducted By Wilhelm Furtwängler, Beethoven - Violin Concerto In D, Op. 61 ‎(LP)His Master's VoiceLHMV 1061US1953


Credits


  • Composed ByLudwig Van Beethoven
  • ConductorWilhelm Furtwängler
  • Liner NotesMosco Carner
  • OrchestraThe Philharmonia Orchestra
  • ViolinYehudi Menuhin


Notes


This version has labels with the speed simply as "33⅓", other UK "ALP 1100" versions have "SPEED 33⅓ R.P.M."

Straight flipback sleeve, laminated on front only.


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side 1): 2XEA.373
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side 2): 2XEA.374
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, stamped, side 1): 2XEA 373-4N
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, stamped, side 2): 2XEA 374-5N
  • Rights Society: M.C.P.S, N.C.B.


Companies


  • Made By – Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.
  • Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.


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Album


Ludwig van Beethoven composed his Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61, in 1806. The two Romances, for instance, are in a similar style to slow movements of concerti by Viotti. This influence can also be seen in the D major Concerto the 'martial' opening with the beat of the timpani follows the style of French music at the time, while the prevalence of figures in broken sixths and broken octaves closely resembles elements of compositions. by Kreutzer and Viotti. Performance history. 1947: Yehudi MenuhinLucerne Festival OrchestraWilhelm Furtwängler. Menuhin made two studio recordings of Beethoven's Violin Concerto with Furtwängler, and the later one, with the Philharmonia Orchestra in April 1953, all but eclipsed this one, from August 1947 with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra. The Lucerne recording was, politically, an important event and even statement: the post-war ban on Furtwängler's conducting activities had just been lifted, in May he had been able to conduct his first post-war concert in Berlin Beethoven's 5th and 6th Symphonies, both on Tahra, Wilhelm Furtwangler and the Berlin Philharmonic Live 1947-1953 and on A. Исполнители: Johanna Martzy with the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Paul Kletzki и еще 2, Johanna Martzy, Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Paul Kletzki. 2011 classical. Johanna Martzy with the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Paul Kletzki, Johanna Martzy, Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Paul Kletzki, Ludwig van Beethoven. Introduction and Rondo capriccioso in A minor Op. 28 - Yehudi Menuhin, A. Vivaldi, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Pyotr ilyich tchaikovsky, Johann Sebastian Bach. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом Vinyl от Violin Concerto на free to Yehudi Menuhin, The Philharmonia Orchestra, Wilhelm Furtwängler Beethoven: Romance for Violin & Orchestra Romance No. 1 in G Major, Op. 40, Romance No. 2 in F Major, Op. 2 tracks . Yehudi Menuhin performs Beethoven violin concerto, in 1962 at the International Concert Hall, with the London Symphony. 45:: Violin Concerto & Romances. Liner Note Translation. Yehudi Menuhin. Primary Artist, Violin. Philharmonia Orchestra. Alan Sanders. Liner Notes. Shop 26 records for sale for album Beethoven violin concerto by Yehudi Menuhin on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format. yehudi menuhin mozart: concerto for violin & orchestra no. 3, k 216beethoven: sonata for piano & violin no. 9, op. yehudi menuhin wilhelm furtwängler 5. yehudi menuhin furtwangler philharmonia orchestr 2. ludwig van beethoven yehudi menuhin 1. ludwig van beethoven : yehudi menuhin with philhar 1. menuhin yehudi philharmonia orchestra dir wilhel 1. wilhelm furtwängler yehudi menuhin 1. yehudi hephzibah menuhin 1. yehudi menuhin constantin silvestri 2. Menuhin in a state of grace illuminates Beethoven and Bach. As a child, at the age of eight, Yehudi begged his teacher Louis Persinger first violi. A Mozart of the violin, he shot ahead: at thirteen he played with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Bruno Walter. And from his first notes on the violin, Johann Sebastian Bach was the territory he constantly explored: every day he practised with the Sonatas and Partitas