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Alfredo: Campoli George Malcolm Bel Canto Violin - Volume 2 CD One of the most significant violinists in gramophone history, Alfredo Campoli enjoyed tremendous success in the 1930s as a purveyor of light music, both in concerts with his own salon orchestra and on Decca. A series of six 2CD reissues from Eloquence focuses on the violinists postwar reinvention of himself as Campoli, the classical soloist. This reinvention was much aided by a succession of Decca recordings made with some of the labels greatest conductors Argenta, Boult, Krips and critically praised at the time for bringing to serious repertoire the impeccable technique, warmth of tone and long, legato phrasing that had made Campoli so stylish a player of salon music. For many music-lovers of the 1950s, Mendelssohns Violin Concerto was almost synonymous with the name of Campoli. The concerto appeared on his programs more than any other work, from the time of his debut in 1923 to his final major appearance at the age of 74 when the critic of The Strad remarked that this 950th performance sounded both fresh and mature. Accordingly, he made two recordings: firstly with the London Philharmonic Orchestra under Eduard van Beinum in 1949, shortly after Decca had announced its technological breakthrough known as Full Frequency Range Reproduction. The second recording came out a decade later with the same orchestra conducted by Sir Adrian Boult. The Bruch recording dates from April 1951, and was first issued in company with Bachs D minor Solo Partita. The Beethoven Concerto disc was made at the end of the same year in the middle of Josef Kripss brief but important tenure as music director of the London Symphony Orchestra; the understanding between soloist, conductor and ensemble is notably closer and more sympathetic than on Campolis later recording of the work with another London orchestra.
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