In going through some of my teacher's old Lp's, I came across some really old recordings done some violinists that I've never heard of. I could of course research the internet, but I thought why not head to that fount of knowledge, V-com, and see if anybody can point me in the right direction!
Anyway, here's a few little-knnown violinists (with the recordings in parenthesis):
Hans Kalafusz (Bach concerti)
Louis Stevens (Brahms concerto)
Maureen Smith (Mendelssohn concerto with Adrian Boult conducting - this one's GOOD!)
Hyman Bress (Tchaikovsky Concerto - again with Boult)
Miklos Szenthelyi (Beethoven concerto, numerous lollipops)
Steven Staryk (recital album includes Saint-Saens Intro and Rondo Capricioso)
If I come across any others, I'll post them up here...
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