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Prokofiev*, Miaskovsky*, David Oistrakh*, Mstislav RostropovichViolin Concerto No.2 / Cello Concerto

Label:His Master's Voice – SXLP 30155, His Master's Voice – SXLP. 30155, His Master's Voice – OC 047 ○ 01431
Series:HMV Concert Classics
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Stereo
Country:UK
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Genre:Classical
Style:Modern

Tracklist

Violin Concerto No. 2 In G Minor, Op. 63
Composed ByProkofiev*
ConductorAlceo Galliera
ViolinDavid Oistrakh*
A11st Movt: Allegro Moderato
A22nd Movt: Andante Assai
A33rd Movt: Allegro, Ben Moderato
Cello Concerto, Op. 66
Composed ByMiaskovsky*
ConductorSir Malcolm Sargent
B1.11st Movt: Lento Ma Non Troppo - Andante - Tempo I
B1.22nd Movt: Allegro Vivace - Più Marcato - Meno Mosso - Tempo I - Più Largamente - Andante Semplice E Tranquillo - Tempo I - Più Tranquillo - Cadenza - Lento Come Prima
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Tracks A1 to A3 recorded May 14-19th, 1958, ⓟ1959. This is reissued from Columbia SAX 2304

Tracks B1.1 to B1.2 recorded March 5th 1956, ⓟ1957. This is reissued from His Master's Voice ALP 1427, and is the first stereo vinyl issue

Venue and dates of recordings are not on the release

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (matrix in brackets on label and stamped in runout side A): YAX.223
  • Matrix / Runout (matrix in brackets on label and stamped in runout side B): 2YEA.23

Other Versions (2)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Prokofiev: Violin Concerto No. 2 In G Minor / Miaskovsky: Cello Concerto In C Minor (LP, Compilation, Stereo)SeraphimS-60223US1972
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Violin Concerto No.2 / Cello Concerto (LP, Compilation, Stereo)His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice, His Master's VoiceSXLP 30155, SXLP. 30155, OC 047 ○ 01431UK1973

Reviews

timbray's avatar
timbray
There's really a lot to like about both sides. Despite the snotty liner notes, the Prokofiev is tuneful and multi-colored, and Oistrakh is just great. The Miaskovsky is not that memorable but is gentle and warm end-to-end, a very pleasant listen.