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Violin Concerto in D major, Opus 35 - I. Allegro moderato—Moderato assai
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Includes two Deutsche Grammophon recordings by David Oistrakh and Nemanja Radulović
The Concerto in D Major written by Pyotir Ilych Tchaikovsky in 1878 is one of the most well-known violin concertos. It was composed during one month in Clarens in Switzerland, on the edge of Lake Léman, where Tchaikovsky was recovering from depression brought on by the failure of his marriage. In order to compose as well as possible for the violin, he relied on the advice of his violinist friend and pupil, Iosif Kotek.
David Oistrakh, Staatskapelle Dresden, Franz Konwitschny ℗1954 Deutsche Grammophon, Berlin https://goo.gl/9JH9QW Nemanja Radulovic, Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra, Sascha Goetzel ℗2017 Deutsche Grammophon, Berlin https://goo.gl/Bb5899 © 2019 Tombooks Production: Tomplay www.tomplay.com Edgar DEGAS