No disrespect to Perlman, but don't you think it'd be apropos on Nathan Milstein's birthday to present recordings of the master?
He is the best. That all I can say. The way Mr. Perlman plays the second movement one can actually feel what Beethoven wanted when a true musician interpret his concerto. Thank you for playing this piece.
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