David Oistrakh (violin), Lev Oborin (piano) & Sviatoslav Knushevitsky (violoncello)
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An ensemble of maestros offers four legendary interpretations from a golden age of chamber music playing.
Performances that display “richness, warmth and vitality” (American Record Guide).
Original “Westminster” couplings.
David Oistrakh remarked that chamber music “gives great joy not only to the listeners, but first of all to the performers themselves”. For 17 years after the Second World War, these three great soloists carried on a warm-hearted musical conversation and formed one of the finest chamber ensembles in the world.
Here are four of their legendary interpretations, praised by The American Record Guide at the time for their ”richness, warmth, and vitality” (Chopin and Ravel) and for their “well-integrated performances” (Dvoøák and Smetana). (Review quotes from The American Record Guide, 1957).
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