The world had one of the greatest violinists in the person of David Oistrakh, wrote the prominent conductor Eugene Ormandy. The other fellow musicians - violinists, pianists, composers and conductors - spoke about Oistrakh with as much admiration. According to Dmitri Shostakovich, Oistrakh "has made up a whole era of Soviet performing art." Firma Melodiya presents one of David Oistrakh's best recordings - Brahms's violin concerto. It was recorded in 1952 with the All-Union Radio Big Symphony Orchestra led by the remarkable conductor and Oistrakh's friend Kirill Kondrashin.
Allegro Non Troppo - David Oistrakh/Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra
Adagio - David Oistrakh/Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra
Allegro Giocoso, Ma Non Troppo Vivace - David Oistrakh/Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra
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