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Album: The Red Violin Concerto

Artist: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Jeremy Denk, Joshua Bell & Marin Alsop

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • Copyright: ℗ 2007 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Tracklist For The Red Violin Concerto By Artist Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Jeremy Denk, Joshua Bell & Marin Alsop

Title Artist Time
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The Red Violin Concerto: I. Ch Marin Alsop, Joshua Bell & Baltimore Symphony Orchestra 16:27 USD Album Only

Reviews For The Red Violin Concerto By Artist Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Jeremy Denk, Joshua Bell & Marin Alsop

  • Funny Pricing

    4
    By IwishIwereinMexico
    Why would anyone buy the album, when you can save $2.00 by purchasing the tracks separately...?
  • The Composition that Keeps on Giving!

    5
    By Kenyan 2
    "The Red Violin" is the composition that keeps on giving. First it was the most brilliant score written in many many years. Then, it was played in concert by the incredible Joshua Bell. And now - Corrigliano has transformed it into a viable concert work. (Just don't make it into a ringtone!) A wonderful sonic recording - kudos to the Baltimore Symphony and the sound engineer.
  • Red Violin

    4
    By VeeBee
    Just like it is; the red violin. The music is perceptibly darker which is similar to Beethoven's Grosse Fugue. But wonderful all the same. I am happy to know that Itunes finally released music from the Baltimore Symphony--I had a violin teacher from an elem. school who was part of the symphony. I hope you're reading this!!!! Fantastic job!
  • THE GREATEST

    5
    By TheDerekDavis
    EASILY THE BEST VIOLINIST OF OUR GENERATION...I WENT TO INDIANA UNIVERSITY AND WAS STRUCK BY HIS PLAYING THEN AND AM ONLY MORE AND MORE AMAZED BY HIS TALENT WITH EACH RELEASE.
  • Joshua's playing is wonderful!

    5
    By JOHN WILLIAMS CLARINET CONCERTO
    I worked with Kristin C. and Lisa G - Hi Joshua. Great playing

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