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Added by publius (13)

Last update: 18/01/2017

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Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D, Opus 61: Perlman (1980) [PA-83-042]

Country  USA  Buy Classical Music at ArkivMusic.com
Street Date  05/12/1990
Publisher  Pioneer Artists
Price  29.98 USD

UPC  013023241329UPC=013023241329
Category  Classical

Color  Color
Length  45 min.
Side  1
Chapters  2
Size  12"
Picture  Video
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
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 Sound Encoding  Analog Tracks 
 Language  Subtitles 
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PA-83-042-A01   18A10982

 Additional Information by publius (13)   10/12/2004 

Features the Philharmonia Orchestra directed by Carlo Maria Giulini.

  1. First Movement: Allegro ma non Troppo
  2. Second Movement: Larghetto
    Third Movement: Rondo [Allegro]

 Additional Information by zackspaw (5)   14/04/2009 

Highly acclaimed as the benchmark for violin concertos, this is the only one ever written by Beethoven.