Viktor Tretyakov plays Shostakovich Violin Concerto no. 1, op. 77 - video 1989

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Viktor Tretyakov playing Shostakovich's VC 1 with the Moscow Radio SO under Vladimir Fedoseyev, live in 1989. This concert was in memory of Tretyakov's teacher, Yuri Yankelevich, who was born 80 years earlier.

Виктор Третьяков - Шостакович - Владимир Федосеев

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