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Album: The Essential Hilary Hahn

Artist: Hilary Hahn

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Tracklist For The Essential Hilary Hahn By Artist Hilary Hahn

Title Artist Time
Violin Partita No. 3 in E Majo Hilary Hahn 3:30 USD 1.29
Violin Concerto, Op. 14: II. A Hilary Hahn & Hugh Wolff 9:05 USD 1.29
Violin Partita No. 2 in D Mino Hilary Hahn 17:46 USD Album Only
Violin Concerto in D Major, Op Hilary Hahn, Sir Neville Marriner & Academy of St Martin in the Fields 23:11 USD Album Only
Violin Concerto No. 1 in A Min Marek Janowski, Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra & Hilary Hahn 5:34 USD 1.29
Violin Concerto in D Major, Op David Zinman, Hilary Hahn & Baltimore Symphony Orchestra 24:22 USD Album Only
Violin Concerto: II. - Hilary Hahn & Hugh Wolff 16:04 USD Album Only
Violin Concerto in E Minor, Op Hugh Wolff, Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra & Hilary Hahn 12:00 USD Album Only
Serenade (after Plato's "Sympo David Zinman, Hilary Hahn & Baltimore Symphony Orchestra 7:07 USD 1.29
Violin Concerto in D Major: IV Hilary Hahn, Sir Neville Marriner & Academy of St Martin in the Fields 5:31 USD 1.29

Reviews For The Essential Hilary Hahn By Artist Hilary Hahn

  • Always a pleasure to experience

    By crazy gardener
    As a violinist, I have the upmost pleasure listening to Hilary's recordings and in concert (when she comes to Seattle). She is one of the truly great violinists in modern times when considering her perfect technique and ability to convey expression. This is one of my favorite recordings from her. You will not find more intricate attention to detail and musicianship. It is truly a wonderful experience to listen to.
  • Very Fine Violin Playing

    By russian school fan
    My ideal model is Nathan Milstein; Hilary is right up there---reminds me of Szering, Franciscatti,and one of the older Heifitz recordings. Gallow gets carried awar: "greatest violinist" (think about it: Midori, Mutter, Bell, Perelman). Why not just say Hilary is among the best?

    By Gallon
    Hilary Hahn is the greatest violinist alive today. Possibly one of the greatest ever.
  • Energy and Grace

    By jwish
    Supurb representation. Hahn has a satisfying balance of depth, energy and grace.
  • The Essential Hilary Hahn

    By D minor
    This is an excellent collection for illustrating Hahn's interpretive and technical gifts.
  • Superb artistry and musicianship

    By fretsandstrings
    Hahn's playing does exactly what all fine art should do: it uplifts the listener. The Bach Chaconne is wonderful; a highly mature interpretation. No need for excessive speed here: she lets Mr. Bach's music speak on its own terms. I don't normally buy CDs with excerpts, i.e., The Best of.... however, when I saw this CD by Ms. Hahn I knew it wouldn't be disappointing and disappointing it is not!
  • Pretty...

    By Merisi
  • Very good compilation

    Very good compilation of Hahn's recordings.

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