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This CD contains some very relaxing music that is expertly performed.
By the same token, the inclusion of a double concerto from each of the three musical eras makes this a valuable teaching aid to boot.
The sounds of the two violins complement each other so well, you can sometimes forget who is playing what part!!
I truly love this Heifetz CD. The Brahms Double D Concerto is my favorite. Heifetz plays it so well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Elaine Orgill
A star of his time, although that is the first time I have heard about him. Definitely worth your time.Published 4 months ago by H. LEO
These are Heifetz recordings, first issued in different couplings, now brought together under one roof as an offer of some of his double concertos. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jurgen Lawrenz
This CD contains some very relaxing music that is expertly performed. It is very easy to listen to this music, to relax to this music, to go to sleep to this music. Read morePublished 16 months ago by E. E. Edwards
Anything recorded by Jasha Heifetz is superior to virtually all other classical music recordings. His mastery of both the technical and the emotional sides of music is unsurpassed. Read morePublished on January 9, 2012 by Eclectic Allen
This must be, quite frankly, the best Bach Double Concerto ever put on disc. Sir Malcolm Sargent - largely forgotten these days, one fears - directs a trenchant performance that... Read morePublished on July 19, 2005 by R. J. Stove