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Author Topic: Szymanowski - Violin Sonata in d, Op.9 - Adam Kostecki, Gunter Hauer  (Read 273 times)

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Offline Scion7

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Someone posted this on YouT*be, but I can't find any recorded performance of this on the usual suspects, Amazon, Naxos, CDUniv, etc.
It's a vibrant performance.
I'm just wondering where it came from??  Seems to be a studio performance.
Any info?

Thanks
Samuel Barber-the violin concerto-Isaac Stern, Bernstein, New York Philharmonic. 1965

Offline carlos

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Re: Szymanowski - Violin Sonata in d, Op.9 - Adam Kostecki, Gunter Hauer
« Reply #1 on: February 24, 2012, 03:51:18 PM »
IMHO, no better version than Oistrakh-Yampolski on Testament (plus Prokofiev's son.2 and Karen Khatchaturian). An anthological recording, absolutely extraordinary.
Piantale a la leche hermano, que eso arruina el corazón! (from a tango's letter)

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