A classical music website by Tim Mangan
The piece is not as easy as it may sound; the performance, by David Oistrakh, is graceful.
classical music, reviews
David Oistrakh, Paganini
December 18, 2014
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Wild overtones! The 14th is of course one of the easier ones among the 24, but to play it with this level of quality is never easy. The only other Caprice that i heard recorded by him is the 17th where just before the end he added a couple of spectacularly dizzying passages that i think he borrowed from the Liszt’s solo piano arrangement.
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