Jascha Heifetz acoustic recordings, 1917-1920 78rpm shellac rip

Little Yasha Heifetz was able not only to show off at unattainable for others tempo, but had a quite sofisticated taste and sounded beautifully. It is well audible on Ave Maria and Spanish dance. Common remasterings are often dull this moments but here you can feel it as good as it should be.

Jascha Heifetz
Franz Schubert "Ave Maria", Piano acc. by Andre Benoist – 1917
Sarasate "Spanish Dance", op.21-1 – 1917
Sarasate "Introduction and Tarantelle", Op. 43 – 1918.
Mendelssohn "On Wings of Song" – 1918
Bazzini "Les Ronde des Luntins" (Dance of the Goblins) – 1917
Wieniawski "Scherzo-Tarantelle" – 1917
Moszkowski "Guitarre" – 1918
Mendelssohn "Violin Concerto", Op. 64, in E Minor: Finale, piano: Samuel Chotzinoff – 1920

Digitized with: Energophone, Apple Power Macintosh G3
Remastering – ℗ Anton Stepichev

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