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Khachaturian – David Oistrakh With The Russian State Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Alexander Gauk - Concerto For Violin And Orchestra album flac

Performer: Khachaturian
Title: Concerto For Violin And Orchestra
Country: US
Released: 1948
Style: Modern
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 470
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Aram Khachaturian's violin concerto is a violin concerto in three movements composed in 1940 Contents. Alexander Gauk, State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation. Aram Khachaturian, National Philharmonic Orchestra (1955). Aram Khachaturian, Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra (1977). Zubin Mehta, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (1984). Evgeni Svetlanov, USSR Academy Symphony Orchestra (1989).

Concerto for Sitar & Orchestra is a studio album by Indian musician and composer Ravi Shankar with the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) conducted by André Previn. It was premiered at London's Royal Festival Hall on 28 January 1971, and subsequently released in Britain and America. Shankar began composing the work, his first concerto, after receiving a commission from the LSO in mid November 1970.

David Oistrakh, Alexander Gauk, USSR State Symphony Orchestra Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 26: I. Vorspiel. USSR Radio Large Symphony Orchestra & Alexander Gauk Undine: Introduction. David Oistrakh, Alexander Gauk, USSR State Symphony Orchestra Violin Concerto No. 26: III. Finale. David Oistrakh & Kurt Sanderling cond. USSR State Symphony Orchestra Sergei Taneyev: Concert Suite for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 28. (play). Russian State Symphony Cinema Orchestra Alexander Mosolov: Elegiac Poem for Cello and Orchestra.

The USSR Symphony Orchestra and Alexander Gauk ably accompany the soloist here and in the meatier Concerto in D minor by Miaskovsky, with its lengthy cadenzas and solo parts amidst a concerto that more rivals Tchaikovsky's than Khachaturian's. For me the sound was fine but, if you are an audiophile and value sound over music performance, you probably won't be very happy with this recording. To me, the one to get is the 1965 reunited performance of Khachaturian and Oistrakh with the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra. Here we have a rare look at two great friends in concert.

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Tracklist

A1 First Movement: Allegro Con Fermezza (Part 1)
B1 First Movement: Allegro Con Fermezza (Part 2)
C1 First Movement: Allegro Con Fermezza (Part 3)
D1 First Movement: Allegro Con Fermezza (Concluded)
E1 Second Movement: Andante Sostenuto (Part 1)
F1 Second Movement: Andante Sostenuto (Part 2)
G1 Second Movement: Andante Sostenuto (Concluded)
H1 Third Movement: Allegro Vivace (Part 1)
G1 Third Movement: Allegro Vivace (Part 2)
I1 Third Movement: Allegro Vivace (Concluded)

Credits

  • Composed By – Khachaturian*
  • Conductor – Alexander Gauk
  • Orchestra – Russian State Symphony Orchestra
  • Violin – David Oistrakh*

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MG 10000 Khachaturian* - David Oistrakh*, Russian State Symphony Orchestra & Alexander Gauk Khachaturian* - David Oistrakh*, Russian State Symphony Orchestra & Alexander Gauk - Concerto For Violin And Orchestra ‎(LP, Mono) Mercury MG 10000 US 1948
MG10000 Khachaturian* - David Oistrakh*, Russian State Symphony Orchestra & Alexander Gauk Khachaturian* - David Oistrakh*, Russian State Symphony Orchestra & Alexander Gauk - Concerto For Violin And Orchestra ‎(LP, Mono) Mercury MG10000 US 1948
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Thank God my turntable plays 78s. Didn't know until now.

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