Jascha Heifetz Archive
Heifetz… a legend in his own time…
An exceptional collection of Heifetz recordings!
Heifetz and Horowitz = MUSSORGSKY: Pictures at an Exhibition; MOZART: Violin Concerto No. 5 “Turkish”; KORNGOLD: Violin Concerto – Vladimir Horowitz, piano/ Jascha Heifetz, violin/ New York Philharmonic Orchestra/ Efrem Kurtz – Pristine
Heifetz and Horowitz = MUSSORGSKY: Pictures at an Exhibition; MOZART: Violin Concerto No. 5 in A Major, K. 219 “Turkish”; KORNGOLD: Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35 – Vladimir Horowitz, piano/ Jascha Heifetz, violin/ New York Philharmonic Orchestra/ Efrem Kurtz – Pristine Audio PASC 513, 77:27 [www.pristineclassical.com] ****: Pristine pairs the two most […]
Vilde Frang: Homage = Violin Music by RIES; SCHUMANN; WIENIAWSKI; GLUCK; SCHUBERT; POLDOWSKI; DEBUSSY; SCRIABIN; KREISLER; DVORAK; PROKOFIEV; ALBENIZ; PONCE; BAZZINI; MENDELSSOHN – Vilde Frang / Jose Gallardo – Warner
Vilde Frang: Homage = RIES: La capricciosa; SCHUMANN: Widmung; WIENIAWSKI: “Obertass” Mazurka; Caprice in E-flat; GLUCK: Melodie; SCHUBERT: Ballet Music from “Rosamunde”; POLDOWSKI: Tango; DEBUSSY: La plus que lente; SCRIABIN: Etude, Op. 8, No. 10; KREISLER: Gypsy Caprice; Rondino; DVORAK: Slavonic Dance in e minor; PROKOFIEV: Masks; ALBENIZ: Sevilla; PONCE: Estrellita; BAZZINI: Calabrese, OP. 34, […]
Jascha Heifetz: The Legendary Los Angeles Concerts = BRAHMS; HALVORSEN; BEETHOVEN; DVORAK; SARASOTE – Jascha Heifetz, violin/ Gregor Piatagorsky, cello/ NY Phil. Orch./ Leonard Bernstein/ LA Phil. Orch./ Zubin Mehta/ Bell Telephone Hour Orch./ Donald Vorhees – Rhine Classics
Jascha Heifetz: The Legendary Los Angeles Concerts = BRAHMS: Double Concerto in a minor, OP. 102; HALVORSEN: Passacaglia for Violin and Cello from Suite in g minor by Handel; BEETHOVEN: Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 61; DVORAK: Humoresque in G-flat Major, Op. 101, No. 7; SARASATE: Habanera, Op. 21, No. 2 – Jascha Heifetz, […]
Stokowski Conducts SIBELIUS = Finlandia; The Swan of Tuonela; Valse Triste; Berceuse from The Tempest; Sym. No. 7 in C Major – Jascha Heifetz, v./ Philadelphia Orch./ All-American Youth Symphony – Guild
The polished relationship between composer Stokowski and composer Sibelius finds revived interest in the Violin Concerto.
Erick Friedman, violin = BRUCH: Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor; LALO: Symphonie espagnole – Erick Friedman, v./ Orch. National de France and Orch. de la Societe des Concerts du Conservatoire/ Georges Pretre – MeloClassics
The gifted Heifetz protégé Erick Friedman makes lovely and electric sparks in two Romantic staples performed in Paris, 1964.
WALTON: Cello Concerto; DVORAK: Cello Concerto in B Minor – Gregor Piatagorsky, c./ Boston Sym. Orch./ Charles Munch – Pristine Audio
A warm virtuosity we often miss in our current cello superstars well defines the Piatagorsky style, eminently displayed in two major concertos, here beautifully restored.
Heifetz Encores, Volume I = Sel. of BRAHMS, BENNETT, KAHTCHATURIAN, PAGNINI, STRAVINSKY, RAVEL, many others – Naxos Historical
The first of a projected series of Heifetz encores graces us with 28 finely-honed examples of the Heifetz magic, lovingly restored by Obert-Thorn.
An anomalous collection of Heifetz recordings, 1935-1946, displays his brilliant lyrical technique and burnished style to good effect.
“Miniatures & Folklores: 23 Challenges for Cello & Piano” – Gavriel Lipkind, cello / Alexandra Lubchansky, p. – Lipkind Productions
A presentation-worthy package of musical bonbons and truffles.
BRUCH: Violin Concerto No. 1; Violin Con. No. 2; BEETHOVEN: Romances; SPOHR: Concerto No. 8 – Jascha Heifetz, v./ London Sym. / Sir Malcolm Sargent/ RCA Victor Orch./ Izler Solomon/ William Steinberg (Beethoven) – Naxos
More magical Heifetz from his most fertile early 1950s period, especially in two rarities, by Bruch and Spohr, respectively.
Works of LALO; SAINT-SAENS; CHAUSSON; RAVEL; TCHAIKOVSKY; WIENIAWSKI- Jascha Heifetz, violin/others – Naxos Historical
The Heifetz experience in six major works recorded 1951-1954 prove his later style remained as inimitably perfect as before
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TCHAIKOVSKY: Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35; CONUS: Violin Concerto in E Minor; SARASATE: Zigeunerweisen, Op. 20, No. 1; KORNGOLD: Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35 – Jascha Heifetz, violin/various – Naxos Historical
Epic and effective Romantic fare for violin legend Jascha Heifetz to play in his inimitable style.