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Queen Elisabeth Competition: Gidon Kremer, Violin 1967

Gidon Kremer

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1
Fantasie for Violin and Piano in C Major, Op. 131
Robert Schumann; Gidon Kremer; Marina Bondarenko
14:15
2
Poème, Op. 25
Ernest Chausson; Gidon Kremer; Grand Orchestre Symphonique de la RTB; Daniel Sternefeld
14:01
Violin Concerto in B Minor, Op. 61  
3
I. Allegro
Edward Elgar; Gidon Kremer; National Orchestra of Belgium; René Defossez
16:27
4
II. Andante
Edward Elgar; Gidon Kremer; National Orchestra of Belgium; René Defossez
10:04
5
III. Allegro molto
Edward Elgar; Gidon Kremer; National Orchestra of Belgium; René Defossez
13:25
Total Playing Time    68:12
This release presents performances by world-renowned violinist Gidon Kremer from the finals of the 1967 Queen Elisabeth Competition in Belgium. Today an eminent musician who has received numerous awards throughout his long career, this collection presents Kremer at the beginning of his rise to stardom, performing works including Schumann's Fantasie for Violin and Piano in C Major, Chausson's Poème, and Elgar's lyrical and lush Violin Concerto in B Minor.
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