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Jascha Heifetz: Recital Box set

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Disc: 1

  1. Son in A, Op.2 No.2, RV 31: I. Preludio - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  2. Son in A, Op.2 No.2, RV 31: II. Capriccio - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  3. Son in A, Op.2 No.2, RV 31: III. Corrente - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  4. Son in A, Op.2 No.2, RV 31: IV. Recitativo - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  5. Son in A, Op.2 No.2, RV 31: V. Giga - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  6. Vn Son No.9 in A, Op.47 'Kreutzer': I. Adagio sostenuto-Presto - Jascha Heifetz/Benno Moiseiwitsch
  7. Vn Son No.9 in A, Op.47 'Kreutzer': II. Andante con Vars I-IV - Jascha Heifetz/Benno Moiseiwitsch
  8. Vn Son No.9 in A, Op.47 'Kreutzer': III. Finale (Presto) - Jascha Heifetz/Benno Moiseiwitsch
  9. Caprices, Op.1: No.13 in B flat (Allegro) - Jascha Heifetz
  10. Caprices, Op.1: No.20 in D (Allegretto) - Jascha Heifetz
  11. Caprices, Op.1: No.24 in a (Tema (Quasi Presto) con Vars I-XI) - Jascha Heifetz
  12. Son in A: I. Allegretto ben moderato - Jascha Heifetz/Arthur Rubinstein
  13. Son in A: II. Allegro - Jascha Heifetz/Arthur Rubinstein
  14. Son in A: III. Recitativo-Fant (Ben moderato-Molto lento) - Jascha Heifetz/Arthur Rubinstein
  15. Son in A: IV. Allegretto poco mosso - Jascha Heifetz/Arthur Rubinstein

Disc: 2

  1. Largo in c - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  2. La Ronde des lutins (Scherzo fantastique), Op.25 - Jascha Heifetz/Emanuel Bay
  3. An eisamer Quelle (Stimmungsbilder, Op.9 No.2) - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  4. Poloniase No.1 in D, Op.4 - Jascha Heifetz/Emanuel Bay
  5. Meditation in D, Op.32 - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  6. Scherzo-Tarentelle in g, Op.16 - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  7. Prld ('L'Enfant prodigue') - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  8. Sevillanas (Sevilla) (Ste espagnola, Op.47 No.3) - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  9. La Capricieuse, Op.17 - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  10. Guitarre, Op.45 No.2 - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  11. Danza espagnola No.1 ('La vida breve') - Jascha Heifetz/Emanuel Bay
  12. Tallahassee Ste, Op.73: No.1 Bygone memories - Jascha Heifetz/Emanuel Bay
  13. Tallahassee Ste, Op.73: No.2 After sundown - Jascha Heifetz/Emanuel Bay
  14. Tallahassee Ste, Op.73: No.3 Danse negre - Jascha Heifetz/Emanuel Bay
  15. Gypsy Andante (Ruralia hungarica, Op.32a No.6) - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  16. Dogberry and Verges (March of the Watch) ('Much Ado About Nothing', Op.11 No.3) - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  17. Sumare (Saudades do Brasil, Op.67 No.9) - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  18. Valse (Alt-Wien, Op.30 No.1) - Jascha Heifetz/Arpad Sandor
  19. Mouvements perpetuels: No.1 Assez modere - Jascha Heifetz/Emanuel Bay
  20. Mouvements perpetuels: No.3 Alerte - Jascha Heifetz/Emanuel Bay
  21. Roxana's Song ('King Roger') - Jascha Heifetz/Emanuel Bay
  22. Hora staccato - Jascha Heifetz/Emanuel Bay


Product Details

  • Performer: Jascha Heifetz, Arpad Sandor, Emanuel Bay, Arthur Rubinstein, Benno Moiseiwitsch
  • Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven, César Franck, Niccolo Paganini, Antonio Bazzini, Grigoras Dinicu
  • Audio CD (March 15, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Box set
  • Note on Boxed Sets: During shipping, discs in boxed sets occasionally become dislodged without damage. Please examine and play these discs. If you are not completely satisfied, we'll refund or replace your purchase.
  • Label: EMI Classics
  • ASIN: B000002S58
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #460,907 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The range of Heifetz' repertoire was in fact quite awesome. True, he remained cautiously aloof of most of the most thorny and demanding contemporary music - no Schoenberg, not even Berg, only transcriptions of trifles from Prokofiev and Shostakovich, and I am not aware that he tackled even the easy pieces of Bartok, not to mention the Sonatas. But Heifetz did do a seminal recording of the Bloch Sonatas (reissued on the Heifetz Collection, Vol. 8 (1950-1955)), and the first is easily as savage as Bartok's two. But other than that, he seems to have been happy with Debussy, Ravel and the neo-romantics, Walton, Korngold and the rest, and his Hungarians were the more gentle and palatable Kodaly, Dohnanyi and Rosza. But on the other end, he did not only Bach, but also Vivaldi when it wasn't fashionable, Clérambault, Couperin, Johann Kaspar Kerll - always in modern arrangements with piano accompaniment. Granted, much of what he recorded were the small encores that the 78rmp era was so fond of, either sentimental trifles or virtuoso showpieces. But he did also the substantial things - the big Sonatas and Concertos.

The recital compiled by EMI in their "References" collection in 1993 is a good testimony thereof.
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