Beethoven · Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 61

EUR 22,00
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Ludwig van Beethoven:
Violin Concerto Opus 61
in D Major

Mila Georgieva (Violin)
& The New Symphony Orchestra Sofia
Conductor: Rossen Milanov

A live-recording from the
National Palace of Culture in Sofia

DDD · c. 47 Minutes

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A fine performance

Ludwig van Beethoven wrote his Violin Concerto in D, op. 61 in 1806, during the same period that he composed the his fourth Piano Concerto, Fifth Symphony, and the 'Razumovski' quartets. The solioist on this recording is Mila Georgieva and the New Symphony Orchestra Sofia, an ensemble consisting of excellent young musicians, is conducted by Rossen Milanov. The music was recorded in a fine performance at the National palace of Culture in Sofia.

John Pitt on New Classics UK

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The recording of a fine performance at the National palace of Culture in Sofia with excellent young musicians. Great.

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ReviewThe recording of a fine performance at the National palace of Culture in Sofia with excellent young musicians. Great.
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A fine performance

ReviewLudwig van Beethoven wrote his Violin Concerto in D, op. 61 in 1806, during the same period that he composed the his fourth Piano Concerto, Fifth Symphony, and the 'Razumovski' quartets. The solioist on this recording is Mila Georgieva and the New Symphony Orchestra Sofia, an ensemble consisting of excellent young musicians, is conducted by Rossen Milanov. The music was recorded in a fine performance at the National palace of Culture in Sofia.
John Pitt on New Classics UK

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