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Louis Kaufman - BENNETT, R.R.: Violin Concerto / A Song Sonata / HELM, E.: Comment on Two Spirituals / GUARNIERI, C.: Violin Sonata No. 2 (Kaufman) (1933-1947)

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BENNETT, R.R.: Violin Concerto / A Song Sonata / HELM, E.: Comment on Two Spirituals / GUARNIERI, C.: Violin Sonata No. 2 (Kaufman) (1933-1947)

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BENNETT, R.R.: Violin Concerto / A Song Sonata / HELM, E.: Comment on Two Spirituals / GUARNIERI, C.: Violin Sonata No. 2 (Kaufman) (1933-1947)

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1
A Song Sonata
Theodore Saidenberg
00:15:58

Louis Kaufman, violin - Theodore Saidenberg, piano

2
I. Allegro moderato
Bernard Herrmann
00:09:25

Louis Kaufman, violin - Bernard Herrmann, Conductor - Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

3
II. Andante moderato
Louis Kaufman
00:05:31

Louis Kaufman, violin - Bernard Herrmann, Conductor - Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

4
III. Vivace
Bernard Herrmann
00:01:27

Louis Kaufman, violin - Bernard Herrmann, Conductor - Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

5
IV. Allegro marziale
Louis Kaufman
00:05:56

Louis Kaufman, violin - Bernard Herrmann, Conductor - Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

6
Aria and Toccata in Swing
Louis Kaufman
00:04:08

Louis Kaufman, violin - Bernard Herrmann, Conductor - Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

7
The Blues
Louis Kaufman
00:02:34

Louis Kaufman, violin - Bernard Herrmann, Conductor - Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

8
Comment on Two Spirituals
Louis Kaufman
00:03:47

Louis Kaufman, violin - Annette Kaufman, piano

9
Violin Sonata No. 2
Louis Kaufman
00:15:34

Louis Kaufman, violin - Artur Balsam, piano

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VI. Ipanema (version for violin and piano)
Theodore Saidenberg
00:01:43

Louis Kaufman, violin - Theodore Saidenberg, piano

11
Danza Braziliana (version for violin and piano)
Louis Kaufman
00:02:03

Louis Kaufman, violin - Annette Kaufman, piano

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