Bartók Violin Concerto 1, I. Andante (Renaud Capuçon, London Symphony Orchestra)

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Bartók Violin Concertos: Album out 23 March 2018: https://wnrcl.me/bartok

Renaud Capuçon expands his wide-ranging concerto discography with Bartók's two violin concertos. Composed almost three decades apart, they are highly contrasted, inhabiting very different emotional and musical worlds. Partnering Capuçon is the London Symphony Orchestra under its Principal Guest Conductor, François-Xavier Roth.

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