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  1. THE STOKOWSKI EDITION XII. BRAHMS

    THE STOKOWSKI EDITION XII. BRAHMS

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    Symphony No. 4 in e, Op. 98 (New York, 26 July 1940); BACH-STOKOWSKI: Andante Sostenuto from Violin Sonata No. 2 in a, BWV 1003 (3-4 July 1941); MENDELSSOHN: Scherzo from A Midsummer Night's Dream (3-4 July 1941); STRAUSS: Tod und Verklürung, Op. 24 (3-4 July 1941). All with the All-American Youth Orchestra.

    UPC #0-17685-48452-0


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    SCRIABIN: Piano Sonatas 6-10. Boris Berman, piano.

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    Piano Sonatas 6-10. Boris Berman, piano. Original Digital recordings. (DDD)


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    THE ZASLAV DUO IN RECITAL AVAILABLE APRIL 19, 2019

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    THE ZASLAV DUO IN RECITAL

    Works for Viola and Piano

    Recorded on February 8, 1986 at Dinkelspeil Auditorium, Stanford University

     

    Pietro Nardini: Sonata for Viola and Piano in F minor I. Allegro moderato

    Franz Schubert: Sonatensatz D.471

    Ludwig van Beethoven: Notturno in D Major Op. 42

    Robert Schumann: Märchenbilder Op. 113 I. Nicht schnell

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Adagio in E Major K.261,

    Rondo in C Major K.373

    Max Bruch: Romance Op.85 

    UPC: 017685129827.   Total time: 72:21


    Since their Carnegie Recital Hall debut in 1962, the esteemed Zaslav Duo (Bernard Zaslav, viola and Naomi Zaslav, piano) attained a high level of recognition for both concerts and recordings of the viola/piano repertory.

     

    In 2016, during what he knew might be the final days of his life, Bernard Zaslav (known to those close to him as Bernie) expressed that it had been his privilege to record such a vast and varied catalogue of classical and modern viola music over the course of his ninety-year life. But even then, he had one more treasury of recorded material that had never been released which he would be “tickled” to share with the public. This recording, a recital which took place on February 8, 1986 at Dinkelspeil Auditorium on the campus of Stanford University, is a labor of love, and serves as his final offering.

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  4. DEBUSSY: Etudes; FAURE: Preludes. Jeffrey Swann, piano.

    DEBUSSY: Etudes; FAURE: Preludes. Jeffrey Swann, piano.

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    Etudes; FAURE: Preludes. Jeffrey Swann, piano. (DDD)

    UPC # 017685-46082-1


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