A prefabricated set of records from the 1930s, the first record sounds clearer. The orchestra is written so-so, the violin is amazing. Guberman is considered not only a virtuoso, but also a great interpreter.
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A superb performance of the concert in a good re-release on the Melodia of the 1960s. There is a master tape copy
on YouTube, but despite the best clarity and dynamics, it is too harsh, so the melodic old LP version is quite entitled to exist.
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The LP remastered from shellac records of the 1940s on the Russian Melodia in 1978 by Nikolai Morozov. Medtner paid little care for external effects in his music, which is partly why he was not as popular as Rachmaninoff or Prokofiev. All this, of course, does not detract from the importance of the maestro, on the contrary, only adds respect.
Nikolai Medtner – Concerto No. 3 (Ballad) For Piano And Orchestra, In E Minor, Op. 60 performed by the author, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Conductor Isai Dobrovein.
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