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Anne-Sophie Mutter: Dvorak Violin Concerto
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1 Dvořak - Violin Concerto: Allegro Ma Non Troppo  
2 Dvořak - Violin Concerto: dagio Ma Non Troppo  
3 Dvořak - Violin Concerto: Giocoso Finale Allegro Ma Non Troppo  
4 Dvořak - Romance in F minor for Violin and Orchestra Op. 11  
5 Dvořak - Mazurek Op.49  
6 Dvořak - Humoresque arr. Fritz Kreisler  
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After performing Antonín Dvořák's Violin Concerto in concert halls around the world for many seasons, Anne-Sophie Mutter releases her debut recording of the work on the Deutsche Grammophon label with Manfred Honeck leading the Berlin Philharmonic November 5, 2013. Additional works include the Romance in F-minor, Mazurek in E-minor and G-flat Humoresque arranged for violin and piano by Fritz Kreisler with pianist Atami Ikeba. This disc completes Mutter's survey of the great Romantic violin concertos and is her first recording with the Berlin Philharmonic in 30 years. 

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Classical 24
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