|tAdagio for violin in E major, K 261 (7:12) ; Rondo for violin in C major, K 373 (4:57) / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart -- |tCaprices for solo violin, op. 1. No. 11 in C major (4:15) ; No. 5 in A minor (2:08) / Nicolo? Paganini -- |tSuite populaire espagnole. Jota (3:05) ; Asturiana (1:15) / Manuel de Falla ; arr. Pawel Kocha?nski -- |tPerpetuum mobile / Ottokar Novacek (2:51) -- |tConcerto for violin and orchestra in A major, K 219. Allegro aperto / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (9:03) -- |tConcerto for violin and orchestra in D major, op. 77. Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo vivace / Johannes Brahms (8:10) -- |tSonata for violin and piano in A major, op. 47 : Kreutzer. Adagio sostenuto -presto ; Finale, presto / Ludwig van Beethoven (17:12) -- |tPartita no. 2 for solo violin in D minor, BWV 1004. Chaconne / Johann Sebastian Bach (13:47) -- |tPaganiniana / Nicolo? Paganini ; Nathan Milstein (7:12) -- |tPartita no. 3 for solo violin in E major, BWV 1006. Preludio / Johann Sebastian Bach (3:13) -- |tPreghiera in the style of Padre Martini (3:40) ; Schon Rosmarin (1:56) / Fritz Kreisler.
|aPruducers, Pierre-Olivier Bardet, Stephen Wright.
|aNathan Milstein (1st-13th works), Mischa Elman (14th-15th works), violins ; Ernest Lush (1st-2nd, 5th-7th works), Georges Pludermacher (10th work), Joseph Seiger (14th-15th works), pianos ; Philharmonia Orchestra, Norman Del Mar, conductor (8th-9th works).
|aFilmed in London, Sept. 22, 1957 (1st-7th works), in 1962 (14th-15th works), and June 9, 1963 (8th-9th, 13th works); and at the ORTF, Paris, Dec. 10, 1968 (10th-12th works).
|aDVD video; linear PCM mono. audio.
|aMozart, Wolfgang Amadeus,|d1756-1791.|tAdagios,|mviolin, orchestra,|nK. 261,|rE major.
|aMozart, Wolfgang Amadeus,|d1756-1791.|tRondos,|mviolin, orchestra,|nK. 373,|rC major.