Violin Sonata No.1 in G-dur
1. Vivace ma non troppo
3. Allegro molto moderato
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Recorded: December 27-28, 1997, Rome.
Recorded: May 4, 1931, London.
ANTONIO BARBOSA, PIANO. Taken from a CONNOISSEUR SOCIETY (USA) LP recorded in 1975. NEVER RELEASED ON CD.
20.09.1986, Nakaniida Bach Hall, Japan
Nicholas Angelich-piano/Virgin classics/Gramophone Awards 2005
KRISTIN MERSCHER (piano). Recorded at the Clara Wieck Auditorium, Heidelberg (Germany), November 1992.
Recording: Château de Malesherbes, France, January 1983.
june 2017, Potton Hall, Dunwich, Suffolk, UK
Recorded at the Methuen Memorial Music Hall, Methuen, Massachusetts, April 27, 1998.
Studio No.3, Abbey Road, London; 10-11.IX.1956.
Recorded: September 18, 1940, Sydney.
MALCOLM FRAGER (piano). Taken from a LP released by BASF (USA) in 1973.
Sonata for Violin and Piano No.1 in G, Op.78. Viktoria Mullova - violin, Piotr Anderszewski - piano. Label: Decca.
Lambert Orkis piano, 2009
Recorded: September 1982, Paris.
Recorded: April 20-23, 1983, London.
Recorded at Symphony Hall, Chicago, October 2, 1989.
ANDRAS SCHIFF (piano). Recorded in Hungary. Re-issued in 1989.
Recorded live at the Grand Hall at the Bolshoi Philharmonia, St. Petersburg, Russia, December 18-19, 1991.
Recorded: December 23, 1960, New York.
Martin Krause - piano. Recorded: November 26, 1954, Berlin.
Torleif Thedeen (cello) & Roland Pöntinen (piano) / arr. for cello & piano by Paul Klengel / BIS, 2010
Christian Ferras (violin) & Pierre Barbizet (piano) / 1968
Recorded: January 4, 1952, Library of Congress, Washington.
Recorded: November 1974, New York.
Recorded: September 1995, Bristol.
Recorded: December 28-29, 1960.