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Beethoven, L. Van: Violin Sonatas (Complete) (Heifetz, Bay, Moiseiwitsch) (1947-1952) - Jascha Heifetz - IDIS

Beethoven, L. Van: Violin Sonatas (Complete) (Heifetz, Bay, Moiseiwitsch) (1947-1952) - Jascha Heifetz - IDIS

Your cultural first crush

Your First Classical Music Crush

Jascha Heifetz and Leopold Stokowski collaborated together just once in their entire respective careers. It was for a recording of Sibelius's Violin Concerto.

Jascha Heifetz - Bach, Chaconne From Partita No.2 In D Minor, BWV 1004

Johann Sebastian Bach [ 1685 - 1750 ], Chaconne, From Partita In D Minor, BWV 1004 Album ; Heifetz In Performance [ Polygram, DVD 1970 ] Violinist ;

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Jascha Heifetz performs the first movement of the Sibelius Violin Concerto in a live performance on with the NY Philharmonic, conducted by Dmitri M.

Jascha Heifetz 1901-1987 - whose beautifully played concertos were the first violin recordings I was given by my wonderful aunt. My ear can still distinguish his phrasing - and my heart soars when I hear his tone, the crescendos, the cadenzas.

Jascha Heifetz 1901-1987 Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

October Jascha Heifetz, sixteen, makes his Carnegie Hall debut. Itzhak Perlman calls Heifetz “the greatest violinist who ever lived.

Jascha Heifetz plays Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto: 1st mov,  with conductor Fritz Reiner !  When the concerto was written the famous violin teacher Leopold Auer called the work "unplayable."

Jascha Heifetz plays Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto: mov, with conductor Fritz Reiner ! When the concerto was written the famous violin teacher Leopold Auer called the work "unplayable.

"Jascha Heifetz Playing Violin" by Edward Stieglitz, 1928 - I love the use of shadow in this portrait.  It creates a visual sense of musical energy filling the space.

"Jascha Heifetz Playing Violin" by Edward Stieglitz, 1928 - I love the use of shadow in this portrait. It creates a visual sense of musical energy filling the space.

Some legendarily awesome violin. And there's some legendarily awesome piano works based off of this theme, if anyone is interested.

Jascha Heifetz plays Paganini Caprice No. 24 (I've never heard a violin sound like that before)

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