ADOLF BUSCH Concertos in Wartime New York

"Brahms's Violin Concerto could have had no more appropriate interpreter in 1943 than Adolf Busch ... Busch's clarity in the first movement's figuration, his commanding lyricism in the slow movement, and his visceral headlong rush through the finale suggest a comprehensive approach to the concerto that combined modern sharpness of focus with Romantic sensibility" - Fanfare, 2003

Adolf Busch is the featured soloists for this fabulous release of live performances recorded in New York between 1942 and 1944. It features violin concertos by Brahms and Dvořák with the Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York under William Steinberg and the National Orchestral Association under Léon Barzin as well as a bonus Brahms finale with the NBC SO under Frank Black - all remastered in Pristine's trademark Ambient Stereo XR sound!

SARGENT PROMOTION: From 3pm Paris time, Friday 29 April, and for exactly one week, we mark the 127th birthday of SIR MALCOLM SARGENT with a 10% discount on all our recordings of his, in download or CD format - the discount is automatic and will be applied at the checkout.