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Price: $200.00

FINE CONDITION

VLADIMIR SOFRONITSKY & DAVID OISTRAKH

We offer a trifold Moscow Conservatory Big Hall program with four concerts covering the first week of January, 1948. The program is printed on Post-War pulp paper and covered a week worth of concerts to save on the expenses of printing at that time, so few have survived.

 

January 4th, 1948

David Oistrakh violinist with conductor Kirill Kondrashin and the USSR State Symphony Orchestra

 

Taneyev: Concert Suite for Violin and Orchestra, op. 28

Glazunov: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, op. 82

Tchaikovsky: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, op. 35

 

January 6th, 1948

Vladimir Sofronitsky pianist solo recital

 

Schumann Bunte Bltter, op 99

Schumann Piano Sonata #3, op. 8

Schumann Kreisleriana, op. 16

Scriabin Allegro, op. 8

Scriabin Valse, op. 38

Scriabin 10 Mazurkas op. 3 (written-in)

Scriabin 4 Preludes (written-in and could be several opus numbers)

Rachmaninov Moments Musicaux 2, 4 & 6, op. 16

Encores

Rachmaninov Romance

Scriabin Impromptu

Scriabin 12 Etudes #12, op. 8

 

January 7th and 9th, 1948

Konstantin Ivanov and the USSR State Symphony Orchestra

All Beethoven Concert

 

Beethoven Symphony #1 in C Major op. 21

Beethoven Symphony # 9 in D Minor op. 125

Soprano: Nadezhda Sukhovitsyna

Mezzo-Soprano: V. I. Barabankina

Tenor: A. A. Pazovsky

Baritone: N. I. Pushkarb

Bass: Alexei Korolev

Chorus Master: Alexander Stepanov

Chorus Master: M. G. Grigoriev

 

The two solo musicians, Oistrakh and Sofronitsky both present ambitious concerts. As the handwritten notes were on the Sofronitsky program, that is the concert which was attended. Sofronitsky presents a typical concert of Schumann, Scriabin and Rachmaninov, most of what is listed was recorded by the pianist at various times.

A historical and scarce program.