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Lovely.

This a lovely mellifluous arrangement. Just what you've sought. Don't hesitate to buy the other two. These are some of the best recordings of these particular pieces that I am aware of, including the Oistrakh recordings. These belong in your collection; over the past few days after having discovered this duo based on reviews of other listeners and lovers alike, I have analysed these recordings. Oistrakh has more subtlety to his playing that guarantees their placement in your collection. However these are more 'modern' in sound quality, the mics don't cut particular frequencies, etc. Give them a listen in the least.

meh, I've heard better live recordings.

Ibragimova's studio Bach was rather good for a first go but her live recording lacks that something special that her last one had. The tiny, anemic tone is probablly what put me off. That that the ensemble problems with Tiberghien. It could have been an issue with the hall however and both seemed to have no problem playing the notes. The interpretation just couldn't win me over. -Bz

Wow

I have a huge collection of Beethoven recordings. After purchasing this set, I can tell this will be one of my favorites. The recording itself sounds as if i'm sitting in the room with the artists. Chilling at times to listen to. I only wish Opus 24 would have been included as it's one of my favorite Beethoven pieces.

Biography

Genre: Classical

Alina Ibragimova gained notice as a sensationally gifted child prodigy, first in Russia then as an émigré in England. She went on to fulfill the promise of her youth, developing a major international concert career and receiving numerous prestigious awards, including the Royal Philharmonic Society's Emily Anderson Prize. She has also made several distinguished recordings, perhaps the most acclaimed of which was her 2009 Hyperion account of the J.S. Bach sonatas and partitas for solo violin. Ibragimova's...
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  • Genres: Classical, Music
  • Released: Jun 01, 2010

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