J.S.Bach — Concerto For Two Violins — Yehudi Menuhin, Georges Enesco ‎– 1932 78rpm shellac rip

Only the first record is present from the set. The orchestra sounds a little heavy, but Menuhin's violin is recorded elegantly – touching, soft and intonated, it is for this sound Menuhin loved by his fans. The Enesco instrument sounds calm and muted, the teacher does not interfere with his protege.

Paris S.O. conducted by Pierre Monteux
recorded June 4, 1932, Studio Albert, Paris

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

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