Szymanowski: Violin Concertos nos.1 & 2, Nocturne and Tarantella


Szymanowski’s violin concertos were composed 17 years apart, in 1916 and 1933. The First belongs to the feverishly productive period which also yielded the dazzling Mythes for violin and piano and the hectic Nocturne and Tarantella, whose orchestral version also appears on this disc. In his Second Concerto, Szymanowski embraced ...

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