Great Violinists Volume 5: Adolf Busch. 3. Gavotte en rondeau. Sonata for violin & continuo in G major, B. G19 (Op.
The Great Violinists, Vol. 4 Adolf Busch. By Johann Sebastian Bach - Adolf Busch. Violin Partita No. 3 in E major, BWV 1006: III.
One of the greatest violonist of all time/Un des plus grands violonistes de tous les temps. Adolf Busch plays sonata n°5 in F minor for violin and piano. Piano: Rudolf Serkin Largo Recorded on 2 March 1939 in concert, Library of Congress, Washington. com. 96604576005193. he Man Who Said No to Hitler. His life was not in danger under the Nazis, but his soul was. Violinist Adolf Busch chose exile over a devil's bargain. Adolf Busch was one of Europe's finest violinists.
Adolf Busch (violin), Rudolf Serkin (piano). Catalogue No: 8110954. Series: Historical, Great Violinists. Adolf Busch (violin), Rudolf Serkin (piano). Recorded: 5 May 1931. Recording Venue: Queen's Small Hall Studio C, London. I. Allegro con spirito.
Adolf Georg Wilhelm Busch (8 August 1891 – 9 June 1952) was a German-Swiss violinist, conductor, and composer. Busch was born in Siegen in Westphalia. He studied at the Cologne Conservatory with Willy Hess and Bram Eldering. Adolf Georg Wilhelm Busch (8 August 1891 – 9 June 1952) was a German-Swiss violinist, conductor, and composer. 4. Play album. Adolf Busch: Live Concerto Recordings: Dvorak, Brahms. The Busch-Serkin Duo live at the Library of Congress and other venues - (1939-1950). Adolf Busch Plays Bach And Beethoven.
Agitato, BoO30 Adolf Busch; Jakob Fichert. Intermezzo in B Flat Major, BoO 73 Adolf Busch; Jakob Fichert. Intermezzo in A Minor, BoO 102 Adolf Busch; Jakob Fichert. 3 Little Pieces in Old Style, BoO 48. 7. No. 1. Invention Adolf Busch; Jakob Fichert. Award-winning pianist Jakob Fichert presents the world premiere recordings of solo works by Adolf Busch, generally remembered as one of the great violinists and founder-leader of the peerless Busch Quartet. He was also an important composer, however, writing in a tradition coloured by his friend and mentor Max Reger. Busch's output for solo piano shows off his natural qualities as contrapuntist and melodist, in music that is both immediately attractive and intellectually rewarding
Adolf Busch (1891-1952) was not only an all-round musician; he was also a moral beacon in troubled times. Now remembered as the first violin of the Busch String Quartet. Long awaited, this biography of violinist, composer, quartet and trio leader, teacher, and conductor Adolf Busch (1891-1952), co-founder of the Marlboro School of Music, is a history of the violin, of concerts and chamber-music in the first half of the 20th century.
|Sonata for violin & continuo in G minor, Op. 5/5|
|Partita for solo violin No. 3 in E major, BWV 1006|
|3||Gavotte en rondeau||Adolf Busch||2:51|
|Sonata for violin & continuo in G major, B. G19 (Op. 2/12)|
|String Quartet in F major, (prev. attr. Haydn, Op.3/5)|
|6||1. Presto||Adolf Busch||2:58|
|7||2. Andante cantabile||Adolf Busch||4:06|
|8||3. Menuetto - Trio||Adolf Busch||3:20|
|9||4. Scherzando||Adolf Busch||2:58|
|String Quartet No. 21 in D major ("Prussian 1"), K. 575|
|10||Andante & Menuetto||Adolf Busch||5:04|
|String Quartet No. 15 in G major, D. 887 (Op. posth. 161)|
|String quartet in E minor|
|14||Hungarian Dance for piano, 4 hands, in D minor, WoO 1/2||Adolf Busch||2:53|
|15||Hungarian Dance for piano, 4 hands, in E minor, WoO 1/20||Adolf Busch||2:05|
|16||Hungarian Dance for piano, 4 hands, in G minor, WoO 1/5||Adolf Busch||2:21|
|17||Praeludium and Allegro in the Style of Pugnani, for violin & piano||Adolf Busch||5:07|
|18||Scherzo in the Style of Karl Dittersdorf, for violin & piano||Adolf Busch||2:44|
|Partita for solo violin No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004|
|Sonata for violin & continuo in G major, BWV 1021|
|Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77|
|24||Allegro giocoso||Adolf Busch||7:20|
CreditsBusch String Quartet - String Quartet
Adolf Busch - Primary Artist, Violin
Tully Potter - Liner Notes
Bruno Seidler-Winkler - Piano