Star violinist Gil Shaham newest recording project surveys the wildly different violin concertos of the 1930s.
Israeli/American violinist Gil Shaham embarked in a four-year recording project of 1930s violin concertos.
The first volume was recorded over several years with the New York Philharmonic, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the BBC Symphony Orchestra and the Sejong Soloists.
In a decade of depression and preoccupations of war, many forms of art flourished: Architecture, painting and¸ of course, music. The iconic violin concertos featured in this first recording were composed during this fascinating time.
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