BEETHOVEN'S Concerto in D Major, Op. 61, for Violin and Orchestra, performed by The London Philharmonic Orchestra in 1936.
Ludwig van Beethoven composed his Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61, in 1806. Its first performance by Franz Clement was unsuccessful and for some decades the work languished in obscurity, until revived in 1844 by Joseph Joachim. Since then it has become one of the best-known violin concertos. Beethoven had previously written a number of pieces for violin and orchestra.
Beethoven had attempted a violin concerto in 1790 but only 259 bars of it survive. He began writing it in late 1806, and it was premiered approximately one month later on December 23 of that year. Beethoven’s middle period is associated with heaven-storming, -throat masterpieces such as the Fifth Symphony and the ‘Emperor’ Piano Concerto. The Violin Concerto, however, is a far more relaxed work – more Elysian Fields than Battle of Waterloo. Donald Francis Tovey called it ‘one of the most spacious concertos ever written’. The similarly serene and radiant Fourth Symphony.
Mendelssohn: Concerto In E Minor For Violin And Orchestra, Op. 64. A1. 1st Movt: Allegro Molto Appasionato. Composed By – Mendelssohn. A2. 2nd Movt: Andante.
Beethoven also arranged as Piano Concerto in D major, O. 1a. It was printed before the original version for violin. 1 For Piano and Orchestra (Beethoven). 2 For Strings (Kowalewski). 3 For Violin and String Quartet (Kowalewski). 4 For Violin and Piano (Göllner). 5 For Violin and Piano (Hubay). 6 For Violin and Piano (Reinecke). 7 For Violin and Piano (Wilhelmj). 8 For Cello and Piano (Bockmühl). 9 For Piano 4 hands (Ulrich).
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|A1||1st Movement: Allegro Ma Non Troppo|
|B1||2nd Movement: Larghetto / 3rd Movement Rondo (Cadenzas By Kreisler)|
- Composed By – Kreisler* (tracks: B2, B3), Beethoven* (tracks: A1 to B2), Heuberger* (tracks: B3)
- Conductor – Dr. Leo Blech* (tracks: A1, B1)
- Orchestra – The State Opera Orchestra*
- Piano – Franz Rupp (tracks: B2), Michael Raucheisen (tracks: B3)
- Violin – Kreisler*
NotesBeethoven Violin Concerto Recorded December 1926 Berlin
Caprice Viennois Recorded September 1936
Midnight Bells Recorded February 1930