Tchaikovsky - Concerto Op35 - Violin/Piano Accompaniment Henle HN685
Eduard Hanslick, a much feared critic in his time, was not very complimentary following its premiíÂre: the violin was no longer being played but rather Œñpulled about, torn asunder, beaten black and blueŒî. Yet he was not able to stop the triumphal march of TschaikowskyŒÍs only violin concerto. Its incredible technical demands have meant that it is a true test of virtuosity. Its effectivenessis, however, mainly due to its great expressiveness Œ_ are there any violinists who do not love the lyrical melancholic ŒñCanzonettaŒî? Œ_ and due to its Slavic temperament. At last and indeed for the first time this milestone in the violinistŒÍs repertoire is now available in a text-critical edition, which is true to its original form.? Urtext Edition with marked and unmarked string parts.