Contents: Danzas Españolas, Op.26, No.7 in A minor - Vito, Op.26 No.1 -- No.8 in C major - Habanera, Op.26 No.2 -- Jota Aragonesa, Op.27 -- Serenata Andaluza, Op.28 -- El Canto del ruiseñor, Op.29 -- Danzas Españolas, Op.21, No.1 - Malagueña, Op.21 No.1 -- No.2 - Habanera, Op.21 No.2 -- Danzas…
…-- II. Scherzando - Allegro Molto -- III. Intermezzo - Allegretto Non Troppo -- IV. Andante -- V. Rondo - Allegro -- Zigeunerweisen, Op. 20 / Pablo de Sarasate -- Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 26: I. Vorspiele - Allegro Moderato / Max Bruch -- II. Adagio -- III. Finale - Allegro Energico.
Menuhin appears in footage filmed for the 1948 Hollywood feature, Concert Magic. This was the first-ever concert filmed for movie audiences.
…Birtel and Friedemann Eichhorn. Six pieces by Sarasate: Malaguena, Op. 21/1 -- Habanera, Op. 21/2 -- Romanza andaluza, Op. 22/1 -- Jota navarra, Op. 22/2 -- Playera, Op. 23/1 -- Zapateado, Op. 23/2. Also includes two transcriptions by Sarasate: Nocturne, Op. 9/2 / Chopin -- Guitarre, Op. 45/2…
Contents: Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 26 / Max Bruch -- Violin Concerto No.3 in D minor, Op. 58 / Max Bruch -- Navarra, for 2 violins & orchestra (or piano) ("Spanish Dance") Op. 33 / Pablo de Sarasate.
Contents: Nocturne Op. 9/2 -- Nocturne Op. 27/2. Edited by Wolfgang Birtel and Friedemann Eichhorn. With a preface and notes on the edition in German and English. This volume is based on the first editions of Sarasate's arrangements, published in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Dedicated to Pablo Sarasate.
Juka-Pekka Sarasate conducts the WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln.
A fiery, virtuoso piece dedicated to the memory of Pablo de Sarasate. Duration: ca. 5 minutes.
Piano part by Georges Bizet. Violin part and introductory note by Ulfert Thiemann. Dedicated to Sarasate.
Works by David Jones; Eberhard Eyser; Anders Koppel; Pablo De Sarasate; Emile Louis Pessard
Green performs music by Casals, Falla, Piazzolla, Sarasate, Granados, Cassado, and Ginastera. With Tannis Gibson, piano.
Violinist Augustin Hadelich and guitarist Pablo Sainz Villegas perform music by Piazzolla, Paganini, Falla, and Sarasate.
Music by Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst, Paganini, Sarasate, Tchaikovsky, and Wieniawski. With Gabor Farkas, piano.