Elgar: Violin Concerto in B minor op.61, Serenade for Strings op.20.


Andrew Davis and James Ehnes do not fall into the trap of exaggerating the wide mood swings of the first movement, and they never allow the tension levels in the more animated passages to overheat. Generous in his warmth, Ehnes brings tranquility to those moments where nowadays we find a ...

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