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Sonata for solo violin No. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001 Sonata for 2 violins and continuo in C major, BWV 1037 Sonata for violin & keyboard No. 5 in F minor, BWV 1018. BWV 1001: David Oistrakh (Violin) BWV 1018: David Oistrakh (Violin); Lev Oborin (Piano) BWV 1037: David Oistrakh (Violin); Igor Oistrakh (Violin); Vladimir Yampolsky (Piano). Brilliant Classics 9056. BWV 1001: Oct 1, 1947 BWV 1018: Dec 21, 1952 BWV 1037: Jul 20, 1951. Recorded live at Tokyo Bunko Kaikan, Tokyo, Japan. 5th recording of Violin Concerto No. 1 BWV 1041 by D. Oistrakh.
SACD: 2018, DSD Mastering from the analog master tape. Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 1. Johannes Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 15. £4. 2. Style: ConcertoDuration: Album. TCHAIKOVSKY, DVORAK, ESOTERIC SACD - COLIN DAVIS - Japan Import Limited Ed. ESOTERIC SACD (Out of print). Oistrakh's performance here is a complete revelation. The recording is one of the very finest ever made of the combination of solo violin and orchestra.
Oistrakh has three performances of the work recorded: in 1947, in 1966, and the present recording. Oistrakh, an exceedingly generous and humble man in spirit, brought to Japan, where he was treated with uncommon flattering manners that was almost incomprehensible to the western cultures, simply all his best. It was eager for the maestro to exert the magic to its most astonishing.
David Fyodorovich Oistrakh (30 September 1908 – 24 October 1974), was a renowned Soviet classical violinist and violist. Oistrakh collaborated with major orchestras and musicians from many parts of the world, including the Soviet Union, Europe, and the United States, and was the dedicatee of numerous violin works, including both of Dmitri Shostakovich's violin concerti, and the violin concerto by Aram Khachaturian. He is considered one of the preeminent violinists of the 20th century.
David Oistrakh Trio (Трио Давида Ойстраха) is an unofficial name for the trio organized in 1940 by David Oistrach with his long-time accompanist Lev Oborin (piano) and Sviatoslav Knushevitsky (cello). The ensemble of Moscow Conservatory professors had been performing until Knushevitsky passed away in 1963. Some critics cited the group as one of the greatest piano trios in the history and compared them with a legendary Alfred Cortot – Jacques Thibaud – Pablo Casals 1920–30s ensemble.
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