Saturday, August 25, 2007

YouTube of Yehudi Menuhin and Antal Dorati Playing Brahms

Those of you who enjoyed the recording of Georges Enesco I mentioned a few weeks ago might be interested in comparing Enesco's playing to that of his most famous student: Yehudi Menuhin. Here he is (in the early 50's, perhaps?) with Antal Dorati at the piano playing Brahms' Hungarian Dance #4.

1 comment:

  1. If you like the Enescu 3rd Sonata, listen to Christian Ferras' recording with French pianist Pierre Barbizet. It's incredibly rhapsodic, but still carefully follows the score. A little dirtier than Enescu or Menuhin's recordings, lots of fun!