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Beethoven: Complete Works for Violin and Orchestra

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Concerto in D Major: I. Allegro non troppo
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Concerto in D Major: II. Larghetto
9:13
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Concerto in D Major: III. Rondo Allegro
9:06
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Romance No. 2 for violin and orchestra in F Major
7:29
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Romance No. 1 for violin and orchestra in G Major
6:01
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Concerto in C Major, Woo 5, Fragment
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Spell check

nzguy

No, EMUSIC-00A0BB24, you are not being pedantic - you are being wrong. That's the correct spelling if you are French. And what an interesting album. Not to be had as your only recording of the concerto but an exciting alternative view.

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Spell Check ?

EMUSIC-00A0BB24

Sorry to be pedantic but is that a spelling mistake on the cover ? Champs-Élysées ?? Someone at Naive should hang their head in shame!

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Most exciting since Menuhin

EMUSIC-00DD7302

This is the most exciting recording of an old favourite since the Menuhin/Furtwangler version in the early 1950s. New (so far as I know) cadenzas that fit the piece (unlike the brave Kennedy/Tennstedt version). Wow!

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Fantastic!

Rexmannz

Superb! This has immediately become my favourite Beethoven Violin Concerto recording. Kopatchinskaja, the Orchestre des Champs-Elysees and Herreweghe all give magnificent performances. There are constant moments of being over-whelmed just by the sheer beauty of Beethoven's genius. God I needed that!! The recording quality is top class providing a rich and clear sound. Patricia Kopatchinskaja plays with burning passion and flawless musicality, leading you right into the heart of Beethoven's music.

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Quite a revelation

john.wolstencroft

An absolutely glorious, innovative, original, joyous, articulate, spontaneous-sounding performance. It's almost as if she had never heard anyone play Beethoven before and thus played it with no preconceptions. Literally incomparable.

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patricia's great classical debut

gemi-b

so, if you've listened to all your mostly standard beethoven, especially his violin-concerto, and think you know all about it then listen to this naive-out-let with kopatchinskaja-herre- weghe and their anew exiting sound-vitality. be aware of fire-whirles of tiny sforzatos and a fresh-minded candenza with a fury timpany-intermezzo and special articulation you never realized before. that all without extreme exageration of tempi but a joyful fresh loaded articulation beethoven's violin-masterpiece gets new alive. don't do hesitate to download this priceless and great lively, oh, what a debut!