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Johannes Brahms – Violin Concerto in D Major (Hilary Hahn) [2001]

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Johannes Brahms – Violin Concerto in D Major (Hilary Hahn) [2001]

1) I. Allegro non troppo (23:17)
2) II. Adagio (9:31)
3) III. Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo vivace (7:43)

Hilary Hahn - violin
Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
Neville Marriner - conductor


This Recording of the Brahms is simply sensational, and my personal favorite, over ones by Heifitz, Perlman, Chang, Vengerov, and Stern. Sir Neville Marriner also works wonders with The Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. In the first movement, the orchestra steps up boldly, yet without an overly loud or overdone tone. Hilary steps up into the spotlight with a mature, steadfast, and dazzling phrase. She grasps the listener and holds hime or her there until the movement comes to a perfect close. In the second movement, Neville Marriner does a wonderful job with the woodwind scoring. The principal parts shimmer and glitter, until Ms. Hahn joins them as the most beautiful gem of all. Her arching tone sears in and out of different volumes, moods, yet keeps the serene peacfulness we can only assume Brahms intended for this movement. I simply love the third movement, Hilary Hahn jumps in right away boldly and bravely. She plays it swiftly with just a perfect amount of aggresion. She really makes the violin sing, and the orchestra runs right along side her. Your breath is simply caught at the stunning finale, and She draws it to a awesome close. ---Dupont, anazon.com

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