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Sibelius & Walton Violin Concertos

Akiko Suwanai, City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Sakari Oramo

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Violin Concerto in D minor, Op.47  
1
I. Allegro moderato
Jean Sibelius; Akiko Suwanai; City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Sakari Oramo
15:34
2
II. Adagio di molto
Jean Sibelius; Akiko Suwanai; City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Sakari Oramo
9:07
3
III. Allegro, ma non tanto
Jean Sibelius; Akiko Suwanai; City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Sakari Oramo
7:16
Concerto for Violin & Orchestra  
4
I. Andante tranquilo
Sir William Walton; Akiko Suwanai; City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Sakari Oramo
10:43
5
II. Presto capriccioso alla napolitana
Sir William Walton; Akiko Suwanai; City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Sakari Oramo
6:25
6
III. Vivace
Sir William Walton; Akiko Suwanai; City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Sakari Oramo
12:38
Total Playing Time    61:43
Violinist Akiko Suwanai, the youngest winner of the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow in 1990, teams up with Sakari Oramo and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra for these acclaimed performances of concertos by Sibelius and Walton. Suwanai plays the 1714 Stradivarius "Dolphin" violin, one of the most famous instruments known today, previously owned by Jascha Heifetz.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Decca Music Group Studio Masters

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