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Larghetto - Beethoven* - Henryk Szeryng, London Symphony Orchestra*, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt - Concerto Pour Violon (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Beethoven, Ludwig van. Bonn - Vienna Symphonies, Concertos, Opera and Ouvertures, Masses: Ludwig van Beethoven on Kunst der Fuge site.
  2. Beethoven: Symphonies Nos. LSO Live: LSO Buy 6 SACDs or download online. Twyla Robinson (soprano), Karen Cargill (mezzo soprano), John Mac Master (tenor) & Gerald Finley (bass), Gordan Nikolitch (violin), Tim Hugh (cello) & Lars Vogt (piano) London Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Chorus, Bernard Haitink.
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  4. This is a release of a monoaural sound performance of the Beethoven Violin Concerto. The concerto is played by Henryk Szeryng. The violinist does a great job with the concerto and the orchestra is well led by the conductor. This sound is quite good and you get the feel of /5(5).
  5. Henryk Szeryng; Concertgebouw Orchestra/Bernard Haitink. Originally released on Philips [with Romances, Opp. 40 and 50] (originally released ). Szeryng and Haitink offer an Olympian view of this great work, taking a broad tempo in the opening .
  6. Check out Beethoven: Collector's Edition by Wilhelm Backhaus & Henryk Szeryng & Wiener Philharmoniker & Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on arforwendhalfaurokagoflidobartnar.xyzinfo5/5(2).
  7. Carol Rosenberger, piano Gerard Schwarz, conductor London Symphony Orchestra. Gramophone: “Rosenberger’s playing is poetic as it is brilliant remarkably impressive.” DDD. Ludwig van Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major Symphony No. 5 in C Minor.
  8. Symphony, Beethoven celebrated the ideas of brotherhood and fraternity. The Ninth Symphony, involving a massive orchestra, chorus and soloists, was first performed on May 7, Despite his deafness, Beethoven insisted on conducting the piece himself. At the end, the audience applauded wildly, but Beethoven was unaware until one of the soloists.

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