Browse: Bruch - Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 26
This page lists all recordings of Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 26 by Max Bruch (1838-1920).
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…
Vadim Gluzman (violin), with Sandis Šteinbergs (violin), Maxim Rysanov (viola); Ilze Klava (viola) & Reinis Birznieks (cello)
Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Andrew Litton
[Gluzman] presents a refreshingly straightforward performance that allows the music to speak for itself. The playing is indeed superb in every way, wonderfully lyrical in the soaring melodies... — More…
Julia Fischer (violin)
Zürich Tonhalle Orchestra, David Zinman
a very attractive coupling. The much-recorded Bruch receives a passionate and strongly compelling performance, with Julia Fischer delivering a dazzlingly brilliant and technically flawless account... — More…
Anne-Sophie Mutter (violin)
Berlin Philharmonic, Herbert von Karajan
A Celebration of Joseph Joachim
Daniel Hope (violin & viola), with Sebastian Knauer (piano), Anne Sofie von Otter (mezzo-soprano)) & Bengt Forsberg (piano)
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, Sakari Oramo
[The Bruch] receives a warmly committed account from the soloist and the hugely responsive Royal Stockholm Philharmonic under Sakari Oramo. As in his recording of the Mendelssohn, Hope never... — More…
Josef Suk (violin)
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Karel Ancerl
Suk at his incomparably eloquent, unaffacted best. Ancerl and the Czech PO provide luminous support, and Supraphon's mid-60s sound has come up very freshly.
Josef Suk gives an outstanding... — More…