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Initially rejected as too difficult to play, Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto
soon secured its rightful place as one of the world's great concertos. Its sumptuous melodies are only equalled by the richness of its orchestration. Dvorak's Ninth Symphony
, subtitled From The New World
, was written whilst he was in the United States of America and provided him with one of the greatest successes of his career. His gifts for melody and deep orchestral colour are ever present, and his innovative use of themes in every movement builds this symphony up to an electrifying climax.Performers Boris Belkin (violin).
Music Tchaikovsky (Violin Concerto). Music Dvorak (Symphony No 9 - New World). Music Rossini (Overture The Barber of Seville). Conductor Walter Proost.
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