Mendelssohn Violin Concerto

Liza Ferschtman - Mendelssohn; Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64 / String Octet, Op. 20 (2017)

Liza Ferschtman - Mendelssohn; Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64 / String Octet, Op. 20
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 58:14 min | 134 MB
Label: Sony Classical | Tracks: 07 | Rls.date: 2017

Liza Ferschtman:….slowly, as my musical path kept unfolding, I got to the point where more and more I was able to let go of my preconceived notions about the Violin Concerto and more clearly start to see and hear my own voice in it. Over the years I got to know so much more music by Mendelssohn, from the inside out, and I felt the language become more fully my own.
Yehudi Menuhin, BPO - Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto / Bartok: Violin Concerto No.2 (1966/2012) [24-96]

Yehudi Menuhin & Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Wilhelm Furtwängler (1966/2012)
Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto / Bartók: Violin Concerto No. 2 [EMI Remaster 2011]

FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 64:58 minutes | 672 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Acclaimed violinist Yehudi Menuhin delivers first-rate performances of Felix Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E Minor and Béla Bartók’s Violin Concerto No.2. His stunning tone, intensity and overall virtuosity are engaging and warm. Menuhin is joined by noted conductor Wilhelm Furtwangler, the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and the Philharmonia Orchestra. The set will go down as one of the finest violin performances of all time and Menuhin remains one of the most accomplished violinists of the century.
James Ehnes, Vladimir Ashkenazy - Mendelssohn: Violin  Concerto op.64, Octet op.20 (2010)

James Ehnes, Vladimir Ashkenazy - Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto op.64, Octet op.20 (2010)
EAC Rip | FLAC+CUE+LOG | 262 MB | release notes, no scans
MP3 CBR 320kbps | 133 MB
Classical | 57:27

Hailed as ‘the Jascha Heifetz of our day’ (Globe and Mail), violinist James Ehnes is widely considered one of the most dynamic and exciting performers in classical music. He has performed in over 30 countries on five continents, appearing with many of the world’s most well-known orchestras and conductors. Ehnes’s extensive discography of over 20 recordings features repertoire ranging from Bach violin sonatas to John Adams’s Road Movies. Since Vladimir Ashkenazy came to prominence on the world stage in the 1955 Chopin Competition in Warsaw, he has built an extraordinary career as one of the finest pianists of our time. Conducting has formed the largest part of his activities over the past two decades, and he has had a long-standing relationship with the Philharmonia Orchestra, of which he was appointed conductor laureate in 2000.
Beethoven · Mendelssohn - Violin Concerto - Mullova · Gardiner · Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique

Beethoven · Mendelssohn - Violin Concerto - Mullova · Gardiner · Orc. Révolutionnaire et Romantique
FLAC 96kHz / 24bit (Stereo Downmix) | Cover | RAR 3% Recovery | 1.39 GB | Blu-ray 2009

Featuring John Eliot Gardiner and his Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique - and Presented in DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 at a 24/96 kHz bit and sample rate, the sound on this disc is awe-inspiring. The 7.1 palette gives a recording engineer the opportunity to map acoustically the orchestra and hall with incredible detail, and this recording does just that.
Ivry Gitlis - The Art of Ivry Gitlis: Tchaikovsky, Bruch, Sibelius, Mendelssohn, Bartok (1992) 2CD

Ivry Gitlis - The Art of Ivry Gitlis (1992) 2CD
Tchaikovsky - Bruch - Sibelius - Mendelssohn - Bartók

EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 556 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 393 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: VoxBox | # CDX2 5505 | Time: 02:39:09

There are several reasons to own this Vox Box 2CD set. For the first, it includes five great violin concertos in some of the very best performances in their discography. For the second, Ivry Gitlis (born 1922) is a great living violinist and these recordings made in early 1950s show his art in the best way, when Ivry's violin sounded powerful and brilliant.

Faust, Queyras - Schumann: Violin Concerto, Piano Trio (2015)  Music

Posted by peotuvave at May 22, 2015
Faust, Queyras - Schumann: Violin Concerto, Piano Trio (2015)

Faust, Queyras - Schumann: Violin Concerto, Piano Trio (2015)
EAC Rip | Flac (Tracks + cue + log) | 267 MB | MP3 320Kbps CBR | 155 MB | 1 CD | Full Scans
Genre: Classical | Label: Harmonia Mundi | Catalog Number: 902196

In the autumn of 1851 Schumann composed, in rapid succession, the two violin sonatas and, in the space of just seven days from 2 to 9 October, the Piano Trio no.3, Op.110. As always during his work, Schumann was oblivious to everything around him, neglected social obligations, and isolated himself – even from Clara. ‘Robert is working very assiduously on a trio for piano, violin, and cello,’ she confided to her diary, ‘but he won’t let me hear anything of it until he has quite finished it – all I know is that it’s in G minor.’
Isabelle van Keulen - Allan Pettersson - Violin Concerto No.2 (2006) (Repost)

Isabelle van Keulen - Allan Pettersson - Violin Concerto No.2 (2006)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 00:55:21 | 301 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: CPO | Catalog: 777199

With this superlative 1999 recording by violinist Isabelle van Keulen with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra under Thomas Dausgaard, the Swedish modernist Allan Pettersson's late Second Violin Concerto receives its first digital recording. The only previous recording on Capriccio from 1980 had been performed by the forces that gave the work its premiere early that year, violinist Ida Haendel with the Swedish Radio Symphony under Herbert Blomstedt, and it stood inviolate for almost 20 years until the arrival of this disc.
Augustin Hadelich & London Philharmonic Orchestra - Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto - Lalo: Symphonie espagnole (2017)

Augustin Hadelich & London Philharmonic Orchestra - Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto - Lalo: Symphonie espagnole (2017)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:07:30 | 155 MB
Label: LPO | Release Year: 2017

Augustin Hadelich is an Italian violinist. Born to German parents, Hadelich was raised in a musical family with two brothers who played cello and piano, while he took up the violin at age five. Hadelich developed into a prodigy, playing violin and piano and composing as a sideline. Hadelich suffered burns in a fire in 1999, which required treatment in Germany and more than a year of recuperation before he could play the violin again. He then graduated from the Instituto Mascagni in Livorno with honors, and studied with Joel Smirnoff at the Juilliard School, receiving his graduate diploma in 2005 and his artist diploma in 2007.
Bartlomiej Niziol - Stojowski & Wieniawski: The Romantic Violin Concerto - 20 (2016) [TR24][OF]

Bartlomiej Niziol - Stojowski & Wieniawski: The Romantic Violin Concerto - 20
Classical | FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | 55:49 min | 988 MB | Digital booklet
Label: Hyperion | Tracks: 05 | Rls.date: 2016

The music of Zygmunt Stojowski has yet to benefit from the renaissance enjoyed by other Polish composers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. His violin concerto—enthusiastically received at its premiere—is here revivified alongside Wieniawski’s dazzling Fantaisie in volume 20 of our Romantic Violin Concerto series.
Wolfgang Schneiderhan, Eugen Jochum - Beethoven: Violin Concerto; Mozart: Violin Concerto No.5 (1995)

Wolfgang Schneiderhan, Eugen Jochum - Beethoven: Violin Concerto; Mozart: Violin Concerto No.5 (1995)
EAC | FLAC (log,tracks+cue) -> 393 Mb (5% Rec.) | Scans included
Classical | Label: Deutsche Grammophon, #:447 403-2 | 1995 | 01:14:36

On this reissue we are also offered a characteristically classical performance of Mozart's A major Violin Concerto, in which the soloist directs the orchestral accompaniment. Schneiderhan launches into the first movement with great vitality and then sets the emotional world of the Adagio in an aura of calm tranquillity that makes the joyful contrasts of the finale, with its extrovert bravura, the more telling. The late-I 960s recording is fuller and rather more cleanly focused in the orchestra and the solo violin is vividly real, again with an admirable balance. But it is for the Beethoven Concerto that this record is indispensable and every collector who cares about this masterpiece should consider finding a place for Schneiderhan's interpretation in their personal CD library. –Gramophone [9/1995]