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Nathan Milstein - Violin Recital

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Nathan Milstein - Violin Recital

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1
Adagio in Mi Maggiore, K 261 00:06:46

Wolfang Amadeus Mozart, Composer - Nathan Milstein, MainArtist - Arthur Balsam, Ensemble

(C) 1991 Ermitage (P) 1957 Ermitage

2
Rondo' in Mi Maggiore, k 261 00:05:05

Wolfang Amadeus Mozart, Composer - Nathan Milstein, MainArtist - Arthur Balsam, Ensemble

(C) 1991 Ermitage (P) 1957 Ermitage

3
Ciaccona dalla Partita No. 2 in Re Minore, BWV 1004 00:14:04

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Nathan Milstein, MainArtist - Arthur Balsam, Ensemble

(C) 1991 Ermitage (P) 1957 Ermitage

4
Sonata in Fa Maggiore, Op. 24 "La Primavera": Allegro 00:09:30

Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Nathan Milstein, MainArtist - Arthur Balsam, Ensemble

(C) 1991 Ermitage (P) 1957 Ermitage

5
Sonata in Fa Maggiore, Op. 24 "La Primavera": Adagio molto espressivo 00:05:28

Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Nathan Milstein, MainArtist - Arthur Balsam, Ensemble

(C) 1991 Ermitage (P) 1957 Ermitage

6
Sonata in Fa Maggiore, Op. 24 "La Primavera": Scherzo (Allegro Moderato) 00:01:08

Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Nathan Milstein, MainArtist - Arthur Balsam, Ensemble

(C) 1991 Ermitage (P) 1957 Ermitage

7
Sonata in Fa Maggiore, Op. 24: Finale (Rondo) 00:06:25

Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Nathan Milstein, MainArtist - Arthur Balsam, Ensemble

(C) 1991 Ermitage (P) 1957 Ermitage

8
Capriccio In Do Maggiore No. 11, Op. 1: Andante-Presto- I Tempo 00:04:15

Nathan Milstein, MainArtist - Niccolo' Paganini, Composer - Arthur Balsam, Ensemble

(C) 1991 Ermitage (P) 1957 Ermitage

9
Capriccio No. 5 in La Minore, Op. 1: Agitato 00:02:34

Nathan Milstein, MainArtist - Niccolo' Paganini, Composer - Arthur Balsam, Ensemble

(C) 1991 Ermitage (P) 1957 Ermitage

10
Chanson Russe 00:03:45

Igor Strawinsky, Composer - Nathan Milstein, MainArtist - Arthur Balsam, Ensemble

(C) 1991 Ermitage (P) 1957 Ermitage

11
Perpetuum Mobile 00:02:28

Nathan Milstein, MainArtist - Arthur Balsam, Ensemble - Franz Ries, Composer

(C) 1991 Ermitage (P) 1957 Ermitage

12
Sicilienne 00:02:37

Nathan Milstein, MainArtist - Maria Theresia von Paradis, Composer - Arthur Balsam, Ensemble

(C) 1991 Ermitage (P) 1957 Ermitage

13
Finale della Sonata in Do Maggiore, BWV 1005: Allegro Assai 00:02:48

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Nathan Milstein, MainArtist - Arthur Balsam, Ensemble

(C) 1991 Ermitage (P) 1957 Ermitage

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