Kreutzer Sonata

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Monday, September 27, 2010

A Guarneri violin A Guarneri violin (fred.andres/flickr)

In this last installment of Vintage Violins, we explore portions of what may be one of the greatest Kreutzer sonata ever recorded, plus performances from Fritz Kreisler, Nathan Milstein and Julian Olevsky.

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Comments [3]


This audio is now available on-demand. Sorry for the delay!

Oct. 19 2010 11:35 AM
Ruy Silva from Timbuktu - Brazil

What ever happened to the damned download of this program? Without no further explanations, no further apologies.Is that the way people act in the so called First World? Then I'd rather be Fifth, thank you.

Oct. 13 2010 11:53 AM
Yuko Ichihara from NJ

Regrettably, totally forgot to tune in this last program of the series tonight.

When I realized it a little after 11pm, I screamed, "Oh, My God!"

Especially Kreutzer Sonata is one of my most favorite violin works.

Is there any way I can listen to today's program (recorded)? Pay per listen? Fine.

As a former violin student, this series was a jewel.

Sep. 27 2010 11:49 PM

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