Browse: Download, Glazunov (composer)
Daniel Müller-Schott (cello), Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Aziz Shokhakimov
Müller-Schott is sympathetic and perfectly satisfying in his own way, until you hear, say, Glazunov’s elegiac Chant du ménestrel from Rostropovich, who goes beyond Romantic plaintiveness into... — More…
David Oistrakh (violin)
Philharmonia Orchestra, USSR National Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Phiharmonia Orchestra, National Phiharmonic Orchestra, Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra, Aram Khatchaturian, Dimitri Kabalevsky, Lovro von Matacic, Nicolai Malko, Kirill Kondrashin, Evgeny Mravinsky,...
Julia Fischer (violin)
Russian National Orchestra, Yakov Kreizberg
As Julia Fischer explains in the booklet-notes to this, her first CD, she has an abiding love of the Khachaturian Concerto, a work she found impossible to sell to concert-promoters. The freshness... — More…
Fritz Kreisler (violin), Thomas Petre (violins), William Primrose (viola), Laurie Kennedy (cello), with Franz Rupp (piano), with Michael Raucheisen (piano), with Arpád Sándor (piano)
Berlin State Opera Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Albert Hall Orchestra, Sir Landon Ronald,...
Listening to these recordings today you can hear his remarkable sound – characterised by an almost constant, but varied vibrato. He tended to avoid using his fourth finger in order to maintain... — More…
Vincenzo Maltempo (piano)
Maltempo’s eloquent phrasing and expansive array of colours are of a very high order indeed, and they come to the rescue of the other two sonatas on the disc, both of which leap off the page... — More…
Ekaterina Sementchuk (mezzo-soprano) & Larissa Gergieva (piano)
The Slavonic contralto of Sementchuk's lower register comes into flamboyant play in the oriental romances of Glazunov and Grechaninov, while Taneyev's 'Stalactites' showcases the mesh of lighter... — More…