Brahms, Violin concerto Op.77, Salvatore Accardo, Kurt Masur, 1978

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"Salvatore Accardo presents one of the most lyrical performances of the Brahms concerto that has ever been recorded. Though it is leisurely in pace, it is never dull. Accardo is marvelously sure..." ( Fanfare, July/August 1982).

I. Allegro non troppo 00:00
II. Adagio 24:00
III. Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo vivace 33:55

Salvatore Accardo (violin)
Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Kurt Masur
Recorded: Gewandhaus, Leipzig,1978

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