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PAGANINI, TCHAIKOVSKY, Midori, Leonard Slatkin, The London Symphony Orchestra

Violin Concerto No.1 in D Op.6, Serenade melancholique in B flat minor Op.26 Valse-Scherzo Op.34

  • Nicolo Paganini,
  • Violin Concerto No. 1 in D major, Op. 6
  • 1. I. Allegro maestoso - 22:57
  • 2. II. Adagio espressivo - 05:14
  • 3. III. Rondo: Allegro spiritoso - 06:56
  • Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky,
  • Serenade melancolique, Op. 26
  • 4. Serenade melancolique, Op. 26 - 09:29
  • Valse-scherzo, Op. 34
  • 5. Valse - scherzo, Op. 34 - 06:40
  • Łączny czas: 00:51:16
  • Midori - violin
  • Leonard Slatkin - conductor
  • The London Symphony Orchestra - orchestra
  • PAGANINI
  • TCHAIKOVSKY
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Nr kat.: 8802028
Label  : Newton Classics

Midori has yet to celebrate her 40th birthday, but has been performing in public at the highest level for over 30 years. This remarkable recording was made when she was just 13 years old, and has been one of the benchmark versions of this concerto ever since. Paganini’s First Concerto is given in its complete version, and is the most popular of his six violin concertos, displaying not only his extraordinary virtuosity, but also his great gift for melody. ‘A splendid new version of Paganini’s Violin Concerto in D, the most famous, because of the enticing lyrical theme of the first movement. Midori, an astonishingly accomplished 13-year-old, is fully equal to the work’s formidable technical demands and one is never made to feel uncomfortable when she is dealing with the pyrotechnics of the upper tessitura … Midori offers good performances of two Tchaikovsky morceaux de concert, producing some ravishingly melancholy timbre in the Sérénade mélancolique.’ Gramophone, AUGUST 1998 Recording made in 1987 Booklet notes Newton Classics, a Dutch reissue label, has released one of star violinist Midori’s first recordings, a dazzling sprint through Paganini’s Violin Concerto No. 1 in D major recorded in 1987 for the Philips label when she was 15 (***). Detroiters will be intrigued to find Leonard Slatkin is on the podium to conduct the London Symphony. Midori’s technical command and projection are astounding, and it feels like quibbling to point out that other violinists offer more joy—a devil-may-care attitude has never really been Midori’s strength. Slatkin applies more care and nuance to the orchestral accompaniment than you often hear. Two smaller Tchaikovsky showpieces are given sweet and satisfying performances. (Mark Stryker - Detroit Free Press, December 2010) Aged 15, Midori recorded Paganini’s first concerto and two Tchaikovsky pieces with Leonard Slatkin and the LSO. Reissued on an independent Dutch label, it’s a breath-taking performance, too closely miked but demonstrating beyond shadow of dissent the difference between true young talent and the common run of showboat debutantes. (Norman Lebrecht - Dilettante, November 2010)