David Oistrakh ‘Violin Concerto’ Tchaikowski


David Oistrakh ‘Violin Concerto’ Tchaikowski
Violin Concerto in D Major, op 35
by Peter Tchaikowski
Encore:
Violin Concerto in A minor BWV 1041
by Johann Sebastian Bach
2. Movement “Adagio”
David Oistrakh, violin
Staatskapelle Berlin
Gennadi Roshdestwenski, conductor
Berliner Festtage 1963

10 Comments

  1. unbelievable performance. that violinism is stunning. I’ve been listening to this performance so many times, it is unbeatable.

  2. Sounds for the soul with an amazing naturalness; It seems, like Michelangelo, removes only the marble peel because the statue was inside! So David just takes off the silence that covers the music of Tchaikowski and this remains to delight us !!
    Thank you very much, David Oistrakh!
    And to Addiodelpassato!!

  3. THE REASON OISTRAKH NEVER DEFECTED & MOVED TO THE WEST WAS BECAUSE HIS ENTIRE FAMILY WOULD HAVE BEEN SENT TO A PRISON CAMP HAD HE DONE SO.

  4. David Oistrakh was a one off. Supreme intelligence and emotional integrity, he understood exactly how to play these great 19 th ventury concertos. Thank God we had him .

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