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Sergei Prokofiev: Violin Concertos Nos. 1 & 2 & Sonata for Solo Violin

Vadim Gluzman, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Neeme Järvi

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Violin Concerto No. 1 in D Major, Op. 19  
1
I. Andantino
Sergei Prokofiev; Vadim Gluzman; Estonian National Symphony Orchestra; Neeme Järvi
9:05
2
II. Scherzo. Vivacissimo
Sergei Prokofiev; Vadim Gluzman; Estonian National Symphony Orchestra; Neeme Järvi
3:51
3
III. Moderato - Allegro moderato
Sergei Prokofiev; Vadim Gluzman; Estonian National Symphony Orchestra; Neeme Järvi
7:34
Violin Concerto No. 2 in G Minor, Op. 63  
4
I. Allegro moderato
Sergei Prokofiev; Vadim Gluzman; Estonian National Symphony Orchestra; Neeme Järvi
10:25
5
II. Andante assai - Allegretto
Sergei Prokofiev; Vadim Gluzman; Estonian National Symphony Orchestra; Neeme Järvi
10:02
6
III. Allegro, ben marcato
Sergei Prokofiev; Vadim Gluzman; Estonian National Symphony Orchestra; Neeme Järvi
5:59
Sonata for Solo Violin in D Major, Op. 115  
7
I. Moderato
Sergei Prokofiev; Vadim Gluzman
5:00
8
II. Andante dolce. Theme and variations
Sergei Prokofiev; Vadim Gluzman
3:13
9
III. Con brio - Allegro precipitato
Sergei Prokofiev; Vadim Gluzman
3:31
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    58:40
Award-winning Russian-born violinist Vadim Gluzman brings back to life the glorious violinistic tradition of the past on this recording featuring Prokofiev’s first two concertos alongside three solo pieces. Neeme Järvi and the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra accompany Gluzman on a vivid display of extraordinary artistry from all parties involved.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BIS Studio Masters

Original format: 24-bit / 96 kHz
July 2015 (Concerto No. 1) and May 2014 (Concerto No. 2) at the Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, Estonia; July 2015 at the Sendesaal Bremen, Germany (Sonata)
Producer: Martin Nagorni
Sound engineers: Matthias Spitzbarth (Concerto No. 1); Marion Schwebel (Take5 Music Production) (Concerto No. 2); Martin Nagorni (Sonata)
Editing and mixing: Martin Nagorni
Executive producer: Robert Suff
Cover text: © Horst A. Scholz 2016
Translations: Andrew Barnett (English); Jean-Pascal Vachon (French) Front cover photo: © Marco Borggreve
Back cover photo: © Simon van Boxtel
Typesetting, lay-out: Andrew Barnett (Compact Design)
BIS’s recording teams use microphones from Neumann and Schoeps, audio electronics from RME, Lake People and DirectOut, MADI optical cabling technology, monitoring equipment from B&W, STAX and Sennheiser, and Sequoia and Pyramix digital audio workstations.

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