Mendelssohn Violin Concerto E Minor OP.64 (Full Length) : Hilary Hahn & FRSO

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Mendelssohn Violin Concerto E Minor OP.64 (Full Length)
Violin : 힐러리 한 Hilary Hahn
Conductor : 파보 예르비 Paavo Jarvi
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra
11th,Jun,2012.Seoul Arts Centre Concert Hall,Seoul Korea.
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I. Allegro molto appassionato-[0:01]
II. Andante-[13:20]
III. Allegretto non troppo -- Allegro molto vivace-[20:52]
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Trivia : Not FPSO But FRSO (just joking~~lol)
Better Known as Ice Princess "Hahn"
She Plays together with FRSO & "Paavo" in S.Korea.
(How Various Nationalities~~lol)
Meanwhile,
Do you know that..?
Her Korean Name is Hahn Hye-Ri (한혜리 韓惠莉 )~~
~~Believe it or not..
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