Poème for violin and orchestra (1896)
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Radio Symphony Orchestra Budapest, György Lehel (conductor).
Frieder Weissmann - conductor. Recorded: February 2, 1962, Torino.
Recorded at Saint-Eustache Church, Montréal (Québec), Canada, 1996.
ORCHESTRE NATIONAL DE L`ORTF, Eugène BIGOT (conductor). Taken from a LP record released by Disques DEVA (France) in the 1960`s.
Recorded: January 9, 1980, Moscow.
Maria Bondarenko - piano. 1.10.1967.
Recorded: June 20-21, 1933, Paris.
Studio No.1, Abbey Road, London; 15.II.1952.
Recorded: June 1, 3, 4, 1963, London.
Ginette Neveu - violin. London Philharmonia Orchestra. Cond. Issay Dobroven. Rec. 1946.
Recorded: December 14, 1955, Boston.
Recorded: October 15, 1957, Shanghai.
Recorded: July 4-5, 1974, Paris.
Recorded: December 21-23, 1998, UK.
Southwest German Radio Orchestra, Baden-Baden, Tibor Szöke (conductor). Recorded 1957-1959.
Gordon Back - piano. Recorded: April 12-14, 2013, Suffolk, UK.
Toscha Seidel - violin. Recorded: July 22, 1945.
Akiko Suwanai (violin) // Philharmonia Orchestra - con. Charles Dutoit // 2004, the Colosseum, Watford, England
Brilliant Classics. Rec. 18.05.1989.
Recorded live in Dallas (Texas), USA, February 26, 1963.
Recorded: January 1953, Brussels.
Recording location: Auditorium Rainer III, Monte-Carlo, 20-24 November 2010. Decca Music Group Limited.
November 5, 1950, Philadelphia.
December 2, 1952, Hollywood.
Orchestre symphonique de Québec, Yoav Talmi, conductor. Recorded in November 2000.