David Oïstrakh* ‎– David Oïstrakh

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Columbia ‎– FCX 30340 -30344
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5 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation
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A Orchestra Of The Stockholm Festival* , Conductor Sixten Ehrling Concerto In D Major Op. 61 For Violin & Orchestra I Allegre Ma Non Troppo
Composed By – Ludwig van Beethoven
B Orchestra Of The Stockholm Festival* , Conductor Sixten Ehrling Concerto In D Major Op. 61 For Violin & Orchestra II-Larghetto; -Rondo
Composed By – Ludwig van Beethoven
C The Philharmonia Orchestra* , Conductor Malcolm Sargent* Concerto In C Majeur Op.56 For Piano, Violin, Cello & Orchestra
Composed By – Ludwig van Beethoven
D The Philharmonia Orchestra* , Conductor Alceo Galliera Double Concert In A Major Op. 102 For Violin, Cello & Orchestra
Composed By – Johannes Brahms
E Orchestre National De La Radiodiffusion Française* , Conductor Otto Klemperer Double Concert In D Major Op. 77 For Violin & Orchestra
Composed By – Johannes Brahms
F Orchestre National De La Radiodiffusion Française* , Conductor Otto Klemperer Double Concert In D Major Op. 77 For Violin & Orchestra
Composed By – Johannes Brahms
G London Symphony Orchestra* , Conductor Lovro Von Matacic Concert N.1 In G Minoro P. 26 For Violin & Orchestra
Composed By – Max Bruch
H Orchestra Of The Stockholm Festival* , Conductor Sixten Ehrling Concert N. 1 In D Minor Op. 47 –Allegro Moderato – Adagio Di Molto –Allegro For Violin & Orchestra
Composed By – Jean Sibelius
I Orchestra Of The Stockholm Festival* , Conductor Sixten Ehrling Concert N. 1 In D Major Op. 19 -Andantino – Sherzo –Moderato ; For Violin & Orchestra
Composed By – Serge Prokofiev*
J London Symphony Orchestra* , Conductor Alceo Galliera Concert N. 2 In G Minor Op. 63 –Allegro Moderato –Andante Assai –Allegro, Ben Moderato For Violin & Orchestra
Composed By – Serge Prokofiev*

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Notes

Box set of 5 LPs produced by Magic Notes - Plaisir Musical of Pathé Marconi under the Columbia label in 1964. Includes French and Dutch booklet on the life of the violinist David Oïstrakh (1908-1974).

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