The magnificent version of the concert is conducted by the author, soloed by Leonid Kogan. The orchestra, as on all records TU-1kl 33
, recorded dynamically, but roughly, the violin sounds perfect – clear and expressive.
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The TU-1kl 33
album, Gilels sounds much more interesting than its later editions on Melody. The orchestra looks weaker in the background of the piano.
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The concert is full of southern temperament and harmonies, Wyman performs it just magnificently, it is a pity that it was recorded so little. The label is TU-1kl 33
: the orchestra is dynamic though distorted and harsh, the solo violin tells amazing stories! The recording was originally made in pieces of 3.5 minutes – the beginning of the first part, the entire second part except the last 3.5 minutes and the end of the final part recorded noticeably worse.
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The recording is magical, the instruments sing cleanly, merge into unusual-sounding chords, and create a touching, lyrical atmosphere. Unfortunately, it is these subtle-sounding recordings that suffer the most when digitized and uploaded to the site, and it is almost impossible to fully assess the characteristic features of the sound of such tracks on the Internet.
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with a small red apple – the first Soviet LP records with surprisingly contradictory sound: the orchestra is clamped, sharp, while the solo instruments are clear, clean and with incredibly subtle intonations. Oystrach and his Stradivarius are in great shape on this record, they are a single whole, creating a musical narrative, interesting from beginning to the end. Oystrakh starts playing from the third minute and no longer lets anybody go off.
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