【BON音樂】柴可夫斯基 D大調小提琴協奏曲
Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D Major, Op.35

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柴可夫斯基的小提琴協奏曲Op. 35,開始創作於1878年3月份,完成於4月11日,樂曲於同年12月4日於維也納舉辦首演。

這首樂曲原本題獻給任教於聖彼得堡音樂院,近代偉大小提琴的教育家奧爾,卻因奧爾看過樂譜之後,認為「無法演奏」而拒演。柴可夫斯基堅持「一音不改」,只好另外尋求時任萊比錫音樂學校教授的俄羅斯小提琴家 阿道夫‧布羅茲基協助,首演安排在維也納,於1881年由韓斯‧李希特指揮維也納愛樂管弦樂團演出。後來此曲改為題獻給布羅茲基。多年之後,最初拒絕此曲首演的奧爾,成為了此曲的擁護者之一,並針對此曲做出了自己的演奏版本改編,曾在1893年1月份於聖彼得堡演出奧爾版之柴可夫斯基小提琴協奏曲,更在1893年柴可夫斯基的葬禮上,為作曲家演奏了這首作品。

在多年,這首協奏曲不但是全球最常被演奏的小提琴協奏曲之一,更與貝多芬、孟德爾頌、布拉姆斯等三首作品,並列為「四大小提琴協奏曲」。

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【BON音樂】柴可夫斯基 《洛可可主題變奏曲》Variations on a Rococo Theme op.33 介紹

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創作背景

讓我們先從作曲家1887年當時的生活了解起,慢慢進入小提琴協奏曲的創作背景。

ㄧ、柴可夫斯基的婚姻

1877 年是柴可夫斯基歷經波折的一年。1877 年 5 月他收到了一封求愛信,對方自稱是他於莫斯科音樂院教過的女學生:安東尼娜.伊萬諾夫娜.米留科娃(Antonina Ivanovna Milyukova, 1849-1917)。雖然柴可夫斯基對類似信件往往是不回信的,但是米留科娃在信中說她已經暗戀柴可夫斯基 4 年, 感到很受折磨,希望柴可夫斯基能在百忙中見她一面。優柔寡斷的柴可夫斯基終究無法拒絕這樣的來信,不得不做出答覆。雖然回了信,也在信中明白的拒絕了米留科娃,但最終卻因為通了信而勉為其難地去拜訪她。見面時也明白的表示對於她只有感謝與同情,並沒有其他感情。但後來米留科娃對柴可夫斯基的追求卻更加瘋狂,甚至揚言沒有成功結婚,就要結束自己的生命。

讓我們來環顧這個時間點,柴可夫斯基已經 37歲,是邁向成熟的年歲;在所有人的眼中他應該有能力、也應該擁有一個溫馨的家庭。但早在前一年他寫給同樣有斷袖之癖的弟弟 莫德斯特的信中表示:「…讓我自己(和任何可能的人)進入合法的婚姻生活中。我發現我們的”癖好”是快樂的最大阻礙,我們必須全力對抗我們的天性…」。換句話說,柴可夫斯基希望透過結婚來改變自己的性向,也中止外傳他是同性戀的謠言。

同一時期,他正巧處在歌劇《尤金.奧涅金》(Eugene Onegin, Op. 24)創作的時間點,此作品根據普希金的同名詩作寫成。在《尤金.奧涅金》劇中,女主角 塔提亞娜(Tatyana)仰幕著男主角 奧涅金,徹夜寫了一封告白的情書給他,但 奧涅金卻冷淡地回絕了她。故事後來在 奧涅金回心轉意重新追求 塔提亞娜而未能成功,男主角處於百般悔恨的情緒中結束全劇。

巧合的是,現實生活中,現在柴可夫斯基也收到了同樣的仰慕情書。米留科娃在信中表示若柴氏不接受她的愛,她將以自殺了結。猶豫不決的柴可夫斯基在幾經思量,不知所措又不願自己成為冷漠無情的奧涅金,同時似乎又對婚姻與家庭生活懷抱一絲希望…也許寄託於婚姻關係,能夠可以結束長期困擾他的同性戀傾向?…於是在決定結婚前,柴可夫斯基開始寄信給他的家人們:

在 6月 23日給父親的信件裡,他寫道: 「親愛的爸爸!您的兒子打算結婚了。他因為不願意未得到您的祝福而結婚,故而請求您祝福他走向新的生活。我將和一位名叫安東尼娜‧伊萬諾夫娜‧米留科娃的姑娘結婚。她是一位貧窮卻誠實的好姑娘,她很愛我。我親愛的爸爸,您知道我這樣年齡的人不經過冷靜思考是不會決定結婚的,所以請不必為我擔心。我相信我未來的妻子將會盡力使我平安幸福的。請您暫時除莉莎維塔.米哈依洛夫娜外,不要將這件事告訴任何人。莎夏和兄弟們由我自己寫信告知。祝您健康,請即覆信。」
就在同一天( 6月 23日)柴可夫斯基也發信給他的弟弟 安納托利(Anatoly Ilyich Tchaikovsky, 1850–1915),內容更加詳盡:

「親愛的 安納托利,你猜得很對,說我瞞著你什麼,但你卻沒有猜中所瞞的事。情況是這樣的:5月末發生了一件事,我曾經打算暫時不告訴你和一切親友,以免你們為我的所作所為以及起因後果白白擔心。我原先想事情完畢後再公諸於眾:我快要結婚了。見面時我將對你細述經過。......請別為我擔心,我的行動是經過深思熟慮的,現在十分安然地跨出了人生重要的一步,我在婚期逼近時還能完成一部歌劇(編按:尤金奧涅金)的三分之二,你從這一點也可以看出我是十分安然的。

我要娶的那位姑娘不很年輕了,但很正派,而且有一個主要的優點:她十分傾心於我。......。你和柯杰克將是僅有的兩位婚禮見證人,婚禮在你來到後立即舉行。然後你們去卡明卡,而我則和「妻子」(這稱呼聽來多麼奇怪阿!)一起待三個星期。」
以上兩封家書可以看出柴可夫斯基充滿矛盾的心情:對未來的不確定感與對未來的期待感,兩者並存。讓我們再看第三封寫給梅克夫人的信件,似乎至此柴可夫斯基才真正地寫出他自己的心情:

「首先要告訴您的是,5月末,我以一種自己也深感突然的方式訂了婚。......如果我走到這步田地之後突然拋棄這姑娘,將會使她十分痛苦,導致她走向悲慘結局。因此我就面臨艱難的抉擇:或是以這位姑娘的毀滅作為代價來保持我的自由,或是結婚(這裡說的毀滅並非空話,她確實十分愛我)。我不能不選擇後者(與她結婚)。支持我做出這一決定的是我 82歲高齡的父親和所有的親人都盼望著我能夠結婚。......」

只和米留科娃幾次見面後,柴可夫斯基貿然地決定結婚了。他們於 1877 年五月底訂婚,7月 18日結婚。

婚後雖短暫地終結了柴可夫斯基同性戀的傳言,但痛苦的婚姻生活,逼迫柴可夫斯基在不明原因之下拋下妻子,在黑夜中於莫斯科的河中企圖自殺。

雖然自殺事件並沒有知的奪走柴可夫斯基的性命,卻使得他陷入更嚴重的精神疾病。自殺未遂之後躺在病床上幾乎沒有任何記憶,而醫生根據他在病床上意識昏迷時的呢喃,判斷他必須永遠不要看到他的妻子,否則精神狀況不會好轉。而柴可夫斯基的兄長 尼可萊與弟弟 安納托利,全力協助柴可夫斯基與妻子離婚一事,但米留科娃堅持不離婚,柴可夫斯基只好選擇永久分居,並定期給予她生活費。

編按:米留科娃於 1880年另結新歡懷孕,後來孩子被棄養於孤兒院。而米留科娃本人也於 1896年被診斷出有精神病,被送往精神病院。最後於 1917年病死在精神病院中。

這樁失敗的婚姻,前前後後折磨了柴可夫斯基好多年的時間(米留科娃甚至故意搬到柴可夫斯基公寓樓上,就住在裡面,不離婚不簽字,帶給他長期的精神壓力)。終於消失一段時間後,在他創作第五號交響曲(1888年)時,米留科娃又再次出現於他的生命中,也再一次帶給他無比的精神壓力。

1877年夏天,37歲的柴可夫斯基與妻子安東尼娜·米柳科娃 | Tchaikovsky with his wife Antonina Miliukova 1877 summer

 

二、柴可夫斯基與梅克夫人

梅克夫人(Nadezhda von Meck, 1831-1894)

 

對柴可夫斯基作曲之路轉為自由之路產生決定性影響力量,來自俄國鐵路大亨富孀 梅克夫人Nadezhda von Meck, 1831-1894),音樂史上皆以「梅克夫人」或「馮梅克夫人」稱呼她。

「梅克夫人」本名是 娜杰日達.菲拉列托芙娜.弗洛夫斯卡雅(Nadezhda Filaretovna Frolovskaya),是富商卡爾‧費奧羅維科(Karl Feodoroviç von Meck)的遺孀,擁有大片產業及十二個孩子。梅克夫人相當喜歡音樂, 也曾經贊助過俄羅斯音樂協會莫斯科分會,與尼古拉.魯賓斯坦之關係相當不錯。在1876年底,梅克夫人這位富有的鐵路大亨的遺孀 ,透過 尼古萊·魯賓斯坦和 小提琴家 高迪克(Iosif Kotek,柴可夫斯基的好友,亦曾盛傳是作曲家的同性密友)介紹認識年青作曲家柴可夫斯基,並對他的作品頗為欣賞。

尼古拉.魯賓斯坦曾經藉由彈奏柴可夫斯基的管弦作品《暴風雨》鋼琴改編版(The Tempest, 1873),嘗試詢問梅克夫人能否提供贊助以解決柴可夫斯基經濟上的問題,梅克夫人則回答:「我對於你剛才說到這個年輕人的一切感到很大的興趣。但你也不需要替他說那麼多的好話,在你沒有說之前,他的音樂早已說過了。」顯示出梅克夫人對於柴可夫斯基音樂的喜愛。

當注意到柴可夫斯基生活上的經濟問題之後,她請託兩人把書信交給柴可夫斯基,指出願意成為他提供財政上的資助,並開始與柴可夫斯基通信並透過委託他創作作品並給予酬勞。

1877年柴可夫斯基在婚姻期間發生各項悲慘事情時,在柴可夫斯基書信告知梅克夫人並提出要求下,在10月時梅克夫人同意給予他每年 6000盧布的定期補助。也因為這樣,柴可夫斯基解決了他一直以來的 經濟困窘問題,梅克夫人的大方贊助開始讓他全心致力於作曲工作。

但梅克夫人個性喜歡獨來獨往,便提出唯一的條件:兩人永遠不應該見面。柴可夫斯基也同意了

在兩人往後持續書信往來的接近 14年歲月(1877年 至 1890年)中,彼此互通信件達 1200多封。據說兩人曾於幾次不同場合偶然地遇見,但卻完全沒有交談。不過在這十餘年中,梅克夫人彷彿是柴可夫斯基心靈上的伴侶,他們在信中無話不談,從創作靈感、藝術想法到內心深處的感覺都能彼此了解對方,也因為這些信件,讓後世有了更多了解認識柴可夫斯基內心世界的機會。

在斷絕聯繫前的最後一封信,梅克夫人信中寫著:「希望您有時候還能想起我…」

收到信件,震驚又擔心的柴可夫斯基,立刻回信:(內容引自毛宇寬所著《俄羅斯音樂之魂 柴可夫斯基》來信剛剛收到,信中所言,令我十分擔憂,不是為了我自己,而是為了您。我說的是實話。 要說我的收入減少一大部分之後不影響我的物質需求,這不是真話。但造成的影響要比您所 想像的要小的多。......請您確信,我面臨的物質損失是不會令我感到絲毫苦惱的。......您信中的最後一句話(梅克夫人的這封信未流傳,據說其中有 “別忘記我,時而想起我"字樣—譯者按)令我稍感不快,但我不相信這是出於您的本意。您當真認為我只有在得到您的錢財時才會想起您嗎?是您救了我。沒有友誼和關心,我肯定會發瘋和走上絕路。...... 您自己也許察覺不到我受惠之深。否則您就不會設想:現在您窮了,我只能是 "時而" !!! 想起您。我可以毫不誇張的說,我從來沒有忘記過您。將來也不會片刻忘記您,因為,每當我想到自身時,我的思想始終是向您傾注的。

在梅克夫人宣告與柴可夫斯基終止通信之後,心情沈重的柴可夫斯基曾幾次寫信給梅克夫人,並通過梅克夫人的女婿打聽她的健康狀況,但是柴可夫斯基最後的一封信被退回了…。

梅克夫人之所以完全終止這段關係,除了可能受到了破產的影響,也跟她的健康狀況惡化有極大關係。此時的梅克夫人患有嚴重的肺結核與神經系統的毛病,她的右手開始僵化,無法自己寫信;又加上他的大兒子久病不癒後過世,更是另她的精神備受刺激。就在如此悲哀的情境下將自己封閉,斷絕了與柴可夫斯基的信件交往…

 

三、柴可夫斯基與小提琴家 Iosif Kotek

柴可夫斯基曾在莫斯科音樂院教導作曲與和聲學過的的前學生~小提琴家 Iosif Kotek(也稱Josef),因為受邀至富商遺孀梅克夫人家中擔任小提琴教師,因為知曉梅克夫人非常熱愛音樂,所以居中牽線於1877年將柴可夫斯基推薦給梅克夫人。起初梅克夫人向柴可夫斯基邀約小提琴作品,進而讓這段關係維持了14年之久,且柴可夫斯基更因為在梅克夫人的贊助之下,得以離開莫斯科音樂院,專心從事作曲生涯。因此小提琴家 Iosif Kotek間接成為柴可夫斯基獲得梅克夫人贊助與邁向獨立作曲家之路之重要推手。

回到1877年,柴可夫斯基與小提琴家 Iosif Kotek的緣份再次將兩人帶在一起:1877年二月,柴可夫斯基完成了⟪給小提琴的詼諧華爾滋⟫,就是題獻給 Iosif Kotek。除了音樂之間的合作之外,兩人之間似乎「擦出火花」,外界謠傳這兩人「關係匪淺」,比密友還要密友,簡單講就是…兩人似乎戀愛了。

可以作為佐證的一點,就是同年柴可夫斯基寫給弟弟莫德斯特的信件,裡面提到這段感情:

「我無法說我個感情是完全純潔的。尤其當他以手輕輕撫摸著我,或當他將頭靠在我胸膛,而我悄悄地親吻著他的髮絲…激情的怒吼在我身邊迸發…」「但,我無法想像這俊美的年輕人會與又老又腫的老年人發生性關係…」( “I cannot say that my love is completely pure. When he caresses me with his hand, when he lies with his head on my chest and I play with his hair and secretly kiss it… passion rages with me with unimaginable force.” In the same letter, however, the composer insists that he would never act on these impulses, claiming, “I would feel disgusted if this wonderful youth stooped to sex with an aged and fat-bellied man.”)

上面這些文字,讓我們能想像柴可夫斯基對於小提琴家 Iosif Kotek的熱情,強大到想要為他創作一首全新的小提琴協奏曲。

圖左/ 柴可夫斯基的前學生,小提琴家 Iosif Kotek(左)與作曲家柴可夫斯基(右),手手勾手手的合影照片
圖左/ 柴可夫斯基的前學生,小提琴家 Iosif Kotek(左)與作曲家柴可夫斯基(右),手手勾手手的合影照片

 

1877年,因為獲得梅克夫人穩定的年金贊助,柴可夫斯基得以辭去莫斯科音樂院教職,並離開遠行,藉以逃避失敗的婚姻與憂鬱的情緒,他來到了瑞士Clarens暫居,並在短短11天內,草擬出全新的小提琴協奏曲,也就是我們今天介紹的D大調 op.35,更是作曲家人生中唯一一首小提琴協奏曲。

1890年左右的Clarens湖畔風景

 

關於題獻與首演

這首樂曲原本題獻給任教於聖彼得堡音樂院,近代偉大小提琴的教育家 奧爾(Leopoid Auer,1845-1930),卻因奧爾看過樂譜之後,認為「無法演奏」而拒演。

 

柴可夫斯基堅持「一音不改」,只好另外尋求兩年前(1876年)曾擔任 柴可夫斯基:«憂傷小夜曲»(Sérénade mélancolique)獨奏首演,時任萊比錫音樂學校教授的俄羅斯小提琴家 阿道夫‧布羅茲基(Adolph Brodsky, 1851-1929)協助,首演安排在維也納,於1881年由韓斯‧李希特(Hans Richter指揮維也納愛樂管弦樂團演出。

阿道夫‧布羅茲基(Adolph Brodsky, 1851-1929)

 

然而在首演準備過程時,傳出指揮家漢斯.李希特與樂團團員都不喜歡此曲,因此首演演奏幾乎在毫無共識下進行,於是結果慘不忍睹。歷史上聽眾與樂評對此曲首演也未有好評。

漢斯.李希特(Hans Richter, 1843-1916)

 

除了柴可夫斯基之外,就只有擔任首演的小提琴家阿道夫‧布羅茲基堅持這首曲目的價值:因為他知道此協奏曲將來必定在音樂史上佔有一席之地,不斷尋求機會演出此協奏曲~盡心盡力、不懼惡評,只要有機會就演奏此曲;於是在他的努力之下,大眾逐漸認識這首偉大的小提琴協奏曲,連最初拒絕首演的奧爾,後來也逐漸接受這部作品,對此曲進行編纂並教授給門下弟子們。

奧爾的學生中,演奏此曲最為知名者,便屬海飛茲了(Jascha Heifetz, 1901-1987)。

下為奧爾與海飛茲的珍貴合照:

 

柴可夫斯基因對於布羅茲基的仗義與支持,感激在心,因此將協奏曲轉為呈獻給布羅茲基,並題獻於樂譜之上,伯樂識千里馬~是最令人欣慰的結局。

八卦時間

還記得上面提到讓柴可夫斯基靈感泉湧的俊美小提琴家 Iosif Kotek嗎?他也於1882年10月30日於莫斯科公開演出柴可夫斯基小提琴協奏曲。出版商好友Jürgenson出席了這場演出並寫信給作曲家:「Kotek將你的協奏曲表演得很好,但無法與布羅茲基相提並論。儘管有完美的技術表現,但無論演奏者或現場觀眾,皆無藝術性可言。……Kotek就如同他的演出一樣,舉足有禮,非常優雅,但他的優雅中帶著瑣碎。布羅茲基演奏時偶也帶著瑣碎,但卻呈現著火花。」(Kotek played your concerto well, but he cannot compare with someone like Brodsky. Despite the perfect technical performance, there was no passion, neither on the part of the artist nor on that of the audience. . . . Kotek is exactly like his playing, that is, he is extremely proper, even elegant, but there is a touch of triviality in his elegance. There is also a hint of triviality with Brodsky but at the same time there is fire)


後續 奧爾改編版

最初拒絕此曲首演的奧爾,在多年後針對此曲做出了自己的演奏版本改編,曾在1893年1月份於聖彼得堡演出奧爾版之柴可夫斯基小提琴協奏曲,更在1893年柴可夫斯基的葬禮上,為作曲家演奏了這首協奏曲。

而為柴可夫斯基協奏曲做出改編版的小提琴演奏家,還有克萊斯勒(Fritz Kreisler, 1875-1962)。

在後來1912年出版的版本裡,奧爾也針對早年說過的「無法演奏」,作出澄清:「那些聲稱我說過協奏曲原始版本無法演奏的人其實是錯誤的。我要說的是原始版本中的許多段落,並不適合小提琴這項樂器的技法演奏,然而,如果將之改為正確演奏技法,無論再怎麼完美的安排,也可能無法符合作曲家的原始美學安排與想像中的效果,所以我才認為會無法演奏。也根據於此,我重新校訂小提琴獨奏樂譜。」(It is incorrect to state that I had declared the concerto in its original form unplayable. What I did say was that some of the passages were not suited to the character of the instrument, and that, however perfectly rendered, they would not sound as well as the composer had imagined. From this purely aesthetic point of view only I found some of it impracticable, and for this reason, I re-edited the solo part.)

 

譜例

以第一樂章第111-120小節之間演奏樂譜為例,柴可夫斯基原始版排列於上方,奧爾版列於下方。

大家可以觀察這些音符與技術演奏方式,確有不同。柴可夫斯基原版的跳音與雙音,複雜度與難度非常高,而奧爾版則是理解了作曲家旋律和聲意圖之後,以最符合小提琴演奏方式改寫:

 

所以平心而論,奧爾的改編版讓此曲更易於被演奏,也更加實際。而柴可夫斯基的原版,則讓尊重作曲家原始意圖跟有心挑戰的演奏者們,有了至高目標。

 

爭論 – 改編獲授權?

奧爾演出此曲的1893年,恰巧作曲家也過世於同年11月,看來這點可能要石沈大海了…

奧爾聲稱曾獲柴可夫斯基同意而改編獨奏小提琴部分,但從未出現相關證據。

隨著出版商 Jürgenson於1899年出版奧爾改編版本的柴可夫斯基小提琴協奏曲樂譜,奧爾更於課堂上引用此曲作為教學教材,鼓勵學生們演奏此曲。很顯然地,在多年之後,奧爾的確改變了心意,修正了最初對於此曲錯誤的判斷,而成為了忠實的擁護者。

對筆者而言,奧爾是一個極正面的例子:因為每一個人都有可能不小心說錯話,或做出錯誤的判斷。但,我們需要一輩子堅持這項錯誤,還是適時作出修正呢?

從反對者成為忠實擁護者這一點,偉大的俄羅斯小提琴學派創始人,給了我們最佳解答。

 

樂曲編制

獨奏小提琴。

2部長笛、2部雙簧管、2部單簧管、2部低音管、4部法國號、2部小號、定音鼓與弦樂。

solo violin, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 2 trumpets, timpani, strings


樂曲介紹

全曲共分為三樂章

I. 中等的快板 Allegro moderato
II. 短歌:行板 Canzonetta: Andante
III. 終曲:甚快的快板 Finale: Allegro vivacissimo

 

第一樂章 奏鳴曲式。

柴可夫斯基 原版
Fischer, Julia (violin) 
Russian National Orchestra / Kreizberg, Yakov (conductor)

Recorded 2006.04 in Moscow, DZZ Studio 5.
Original version.

 

奧爾版(海飛茲演奏)

 

兩版本觀察譜例

一、第一樂章 第111-120小節。柴可夫斯基原始版排列於上方,奧爾版列於下方。

 

 

二、第一樂章 第122-127小節。柴可夫斯基原始版排列於上方,奧爾版列於下方。

 

三、第一樂章 第162-175小節。柴可夫斯基原始版排列於上方,奧爾版列於下方。

 

、第一樂章 第303-312小節。柴可夫斯基原始版排列於上方,奧爾版列於下方。

 

、第一樂章 第316-320小節。柴可夫斯基原始版排列於上方,奧爾版列於下方。

筆者再將兩版本樂譜並列,直接比較:

左邊奧爾版,右邊柴可夫斯基版

譜例一

 

譜例二

 

 

譜例三

 


第二樂章

 

第二樂章 第316-320小節。柴可夫斯基原始版排列於上方,奧爾版列於下方。

第三樂章


精彩演奏版本欣賞

帕爾曼與奧曼第/費城管弦樂團

 

樫本大進(2014年 Live’)

 

凡格羅夫(1993 Live’)

 

歐伊史特拉夫(1968 Live’)

 

海飛茲 版本

 

珍妮.楊森(2013 Live’)

 


附錄 柴可夫斯基協奏曲錄音版本整理

根據許多錄音版本,柴可夫斯基研究網站也將這些版本鑑別,整理所有錄音使用的樂譜版本,可以得見每位藝術家都有自己的堅持,有意研究錄音版本的大家,不妨仔細看看這些你熟悉的錄音版本到底是用哪一版本的樂譜呢?

資料來源:
Violin Concerto: Recordings

Complete

As well as Tchaikovsky’s original score, many recordings feature cuts and revisions to the violin part made by Leopold Auer. To identify the version, and whether cuts have been made by the performers, all recordings were (at least partially) listened to. Those marked as being the “Auer version” do not necessarily incorporate all his revisions. A table showing in detail per recording the cuts made in the Finale can be found here: Violin Concerto: Recordings: Finale Cuts

Abakian, Larisa (violin) / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Ivanenko, Igor (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1997 or earlier). Original version.

  • CD — Elap Music 44177 CD [1998] (as “Saint Petersburg Radio Orchestra”)
  • CD — Happy Hour Classics HH 9154 (as “Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of London”)
  • CD — Prism Classics PLD 1208 [1997] (as “Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of London”)

Accardo, Salvatore (violin) / Pasdeloup Concert Orchestra / Albert, Herbert (conductor)
Recorded 1959 in Paris. Original version (Finale cut by 76 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Véga C 30 A 328
  • CD — Forgotten Records FR 643 [2012]

Accardo, Salvatore (violin) / RAI Orchestra Naples / Rossi, Mario (conductor)
Recorded 1961.07.20 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars). Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Movimento Musica 01014 [1981]

Accardo, Salvatore (violin) / BBC Symphony Orchestra / Davis, Colin (conductor)
Recorded 1975.12.30-31 in London, Brent Town Hall. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Philips 412 015 1 [1984]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips 9500 146 [1976]
  • CD — Decca 478 8977 [2016]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 426 797 2 [1990]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 456 122 2 [1997]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 456 187 2 [1997]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 480 5117 [2011]
  • CD — Philips 420 717 2 [1987]
  • CD — Philips 475 2562 [2003]

Adam, Karin (violin) / Tokyo Symphony Orchestra / Shallon, David (conductor)
Recorded 1988.09.09 live in Tsukuba, Nova Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 36 bars).

  • CD — Camerata 32 CM 103 [1989]

Aharonian, Rouben (violin) / Russian Philharmonic / Krimets, Konstantin (conductor)
Combination of Auer and original versions (Finale cut by 52 bars) [1]. Recorded 1996.03.23-04.03 in Moscow, Russian Broadcast and Recording Department, Studio 5.

  • CD — Arte Nova 74321 39110 2 [1997]

Aharonian, Rouben (violin) / USSR State Symphony Orchestra / Jansons, Arvid (conductor)
Recorded 1981 live. Original version (Finale cut by 8 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Melodiya С 10 05733/4
  • CD — Karussell 423 835-2

Amoyal, Pierre (violin) / Philharmonia Orchestra / Dutoit, Charles (conductor)
Recorded 1981.04.14-16 in London, Brent Town Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Erato STU 71452 [1981]
  • CD — Erato 0630 12052 2 [1995]
  • CD — Erato 0630 12821 2 [1996]
  • CD — Erato 2292 45674 2 [1991]
  • CD — Erato 2292 45971 2 [1993]
  • CD — Erato 4509 92865 2 [1993]
  • CD — Erato ECD 88109 [1985]

Andrade, Janine (violin) / North German Radio Symphony Orchestra / Walther, Hans-Jürgen (conductor)
Recorded 1959 in Hamburg, Musikhalle. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars). Issued under various pseudonyms).

  • 33 (12″) — Acorn KS 130 (as “Andre Hebern”, with orchestra “Societe des Concerts”, conductor “Hans Lille”)
  • 33 (12″) — Classics Club 3002 [1960]
  • 33 (12″) — Classics Club X 9045 [1963] (as “Yvonne Libert” with “Metz Symphonic Ensemble”, conductor “Francois Moret”)
  • 33 (12″) — ARC Records FDY 2046 [1963] (as “Pierre Meyer” with “Cicinnati Promenade Orchestra”, conductor “Peter Groth”)
  • 33 (12″) — Joker SM 1075 [1966] (as “Berliner Symphoniker”, conductor “J. Randolph Jones”)
  • 33 (12″) — Musiphon KL 252 (as “Hamburg Radio Symphony Orchestra”)
  • 33 (12″) — Pergola 832013 PGY (as “Kurt Heinrici” with “Radio Symphony Orchestra”, conductor “Hans Westergard”)
  • 33 (12″) — Summit SUM 1080 [1977] (as “Hamburg Radio Symphony Orchestra”)
  • 33 (12″) — Tip 63 3508 (as “Hamburg Pro-Music Symphony Orchestra”)
  • CD — Castle TCCD 006/1/2 (as “Ivan Cerkov” with orchestra “Bamberg Philharmonique”, conductor “Werner Radtke”)
  • CD — Forgotten Records FR 1370 [2017] (as “Orchestre Symphonique Pro Musica de Hambourg”)
  • CD — Grand Slam Records Japan GS 2082 [2012] (as “Hamburg Pro-Musica Orchestra”)

Angeleri, Giovanni (violin/conductor) / Orchestra delle Venezie
Recorded 2011.07. Original version.

  • SACD — Velut Luna CVLD 241 [2013]

Anghelescu, Cristina (violin) / Oltenia Philharmonic Orchestra / Placidi, Tommaso (conductor)
Recorded 1995.03.28 live in Aix-en-Provence. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Doron Music DRC 3017 [1996]

Antonello, Michael (violin) / National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine / Greenberg, Philip (conductor)
Recording date unknown (2011 or earlier). Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • CD — MJA Productions 07541 33609 [2011]

Applegate, Geoffrey (violin) / Stuttgart Symphony Orchestra / Kahn, Emil (conductor)
Recording date unknown (2012 or earlier). Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • CD — Music Minus One MMO 3102 [2012]

Auclair, Michele (violin) / Tonkünstler Orchestra Vienna / Wöss, Kurt (conductor)
Recorded 1950.09.26-28 in Vienna, Musikverein, Brahms-Saal. Auer version (Finale cut by 234 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Remington R 19920 [1951] (as “Orchestre Symphonique Viennois”)
  • CD — Documents 600317 (as “Österreichisches Symphonieorchester”)
  • CD — Forgotten Records FR 126 [2009] (as “Vienna Symphony Orchestra”)

Auclair, Michele (violin) / Innsbruck State Orchestra / Wagner, Robert (conductor)
Recorded 1963.02.17-20 in Innsbruck, Stadtsaal. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Fontana 6530 031 [1963]
  • 33 (12″) — Fontana SFL 14059 [1968]
  • 33 (12″) — Fontana 700 211 WGY [1968]
  • 33 (12″) — Mercury MGW 14048 [1963]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips 894037
  • 33 (12″) — Philips GL 5815 [1965]

Badev, Georgi (violin) / Sofia State Symphony Orchestra / Iliev, Konstantin (conductor)
Recording date unknown. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Balkanton KKK-3003
  • 33 (12″) — WSP 169.006

Baeva, Alena (violin) / Sendai Philharmonic Orchestra / Verrot, Pascal (conductor)
Recorded 2007.06.03 live in Sendai. Original version.

  • CD — Fontec FOCD 9334

Barakhovsky, Anton (violin) / Saint Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra / Chernushenko, Vladislav (conductor)
Recorded 1994 in Saint Petersburg, Recording Studio. Original version.

  • CD — Audiophile Classics APC 101 042 [1994]

Batiashvili, Lisa (violin) / Berlin Staatskapelle / Barenboim, Daniel (conductor)
Recorded 2015.06 in Berlin, Funkhaus Nalepastraße. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 479 6038 [2016]
  • CD (SHM) — Deutsche Grammophon UCCG 1754

Belayeff, Marcus [*] (violin) / Odense Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra [*] / Bodenheim, Rudolf [*] (conductor)
Recording date unknown. Version unidentified.

  • 33 (12″) — Egmont EGM 7001

Belkin, Boris (violin) / New York Philharmonic Orchestra / Bernstein, Leonard (conductor)
Recorded 1975.04.25 live in New York, Columbia 30th Street Studio. Original version.

  • DVD — Deutsche Grammophon 073 4511 [2008]
  • DVD — Deutsche Grammophon 479 8418 [2018]

Belkin, Boris (violin) / New Philharmonia Orchestra / Ashkenazy, Vladimir (conductor)
Recorded 1977.02.04-07 in London, Kingsway Hall. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Decca 6 42392 AW [1977]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca SXL 6854 [1977]
  • 33 (12″) — London Records CS 7076 [1978]
  • CD — Decca 461 161 2 [1996] (movt. III only)
  • CD — Decca 467 6042 [2001]
  • CD — Decca 478 5093 [2013]

Bell, Joshua (violin) / Cleveland Orchestra / Ashkenazy, Vladimir (conductor)
Recorded 1988.04.25-29 in Cleveland, Masonic Auditorium. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Decca 421 716 1 [1988]
  • 33 (12″) — Jugoton 7 202424 7 [1990]
  • CD — Decca 421 716 2 [1988]
  • CD — Decca 458 7502 [1988]
  • CD — Decca 475 6175 [2004]
  • CD — Decca 478 4031 [2012]
  • CD — Decca POCL 9984 [1988]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 478 5694 [2013] (movt. III only)

Bell, Joshua (violin) / Berlin Philharmonic / Thomas, Michael Tilson (conductor)
Recorded 2005.01.27-31 live in Berlin, Philharmonie. Original version.

  • CD — Sony Classical 88985 39520 2 [2017] (No. 2 only)
  • CD — Sony Classical 93922 [2005]
  • SACD — Sony Classical 94829 [2005]
  • SACD — Sony Classical SH 94829 [2005]

Bell, Joshua (violin) / Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra / Oramo, Sakari (conductor)
Recorded 2010.12.08 live. Original version.

  • BR — Accentus ACC 10215 [2010]
  • DVD — Accentus ACC 20215 [2010]

Benedetti, Nicola (violin) / Czech Philharmonic / Hrůša, Jakub (conductor)
Recorded 2010.01.30-02.01 in Prague, Dvořák Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Decca 476 4092 [2010]

Blakeslee, Lynn (violin) / Bamberg Philharmonic Orchestra [*] / Redel, Kurt (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1987 or earlier). Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Zeta ZET 801 [1987]

Braunstein, Guy (violin) / BBC Symphony Orchestra / Karabits, Kirill (conductor)
Recorded 2018.06.26-27 in London, Walthamstow Assembly Hall. Original version.

  • SACD — Pentatone PTC 5186747 [2019]

Brazda, Dalibor [*] (violin) / Philharmonica Slavonica [*] / Scholz, Alfred [*] (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1996 or earlier). Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Point Classics CO 1040 B [1996]
  • CD — Selected Sound Carrier 506 2270 2 [1996] (movt. II only)

Bress, Hyman (violin) / London Philharmonic Orchestra / Boult, Adrian (conductor)
Recorded 1967.04.03 in London, EMI Abbey Road Studio No. 1. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Columbia DMS 388
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia S2S 5197/8 [1968]
  • 33 (12″) — Conquest ZCCOB 728 [1972]
  • 33 (12″) — Crossroads 22 16 0223/4 [1968]
  • 33 (12″) — World Record Club ST 728 [1968]
  • 33 (12″) — World Record Club T 728 [1968]

Brodsky, Vadim (violin) / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra / Wit, Antoni (conductor)
Recorded 1985. Original version [2].

  • 33 (12″) — ASV DCA 564 [1986]
  • 33 (12″) — Musical Heritage Society MHS 7091 [1985]
  • CD — ASV CDQS 6016 [1986]
  • CD — Sanctuary Classics RSN 3056 [2005]

Brodsky, Vadim (violin) / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra / Salwarowski, Jerzy (conductor)
Recorded 1986 [2]. Original version.

  • CD — Resonance CDRSN 3056

Brodsky, Vadim (violin) / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra / Straszyński, Andrzej (conductor)
Recorded 1988.08.03-06 in Katowice [2]. Original version.

  • CD — Arts Music 47144 2 [1994]
  • CD — Europa Musica 350216 [1991]

Brodsky, Vadim (violin) / Italian Philharmonic Orchestra / Arigoni, Alessandro (conductor)
Recorded live, date unknown (2001 or earlier). Original version.

  • CD — Classic Art CA 1025 [2001]

Brown, Eddy (violin) / Berlin Staatskapelle / Weissmann, Frieder (conductor)
Recorded 1924.05.12 in Berlin. Matrix 2 6884/92. Auer version (Finale cut by 157 bars).

  • CD — Symposium SYMCD 1373 [2009]

Bushkov, Yevgeny (violin) / Slovak Philharmonic / Rahbari, Alexander (conductor)
Recorded 1993.03.16-17 in Bratislava, Slovak Radio, Concert Hall. Original version (uncut with small alterations).

  • CD — Koch Discover DICD 920122 [1994]
  • CD — Reader’s Digest MRJ 050580 [2001] (movt. III only)

Campoli, Alfredo (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Argenta, Ataúlfo (conductor)
Recorded 1956.12.27-28 in London, Kingsway Hall. With cuts and alterations by August Wilhelmj.

  • 33 (12″) — Analogphonic LP 43061 [2016]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca LXT 5313 [1957]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca SPA 183 [1972]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca SXL 2029 [1958]
  • 33 (12″) — London Records CS 6011 [1958]
  • 33 (12″) — London Records LL 1647 [1957]
  • 33 (12″) — London Records STS 15263 [1975]
  • 33 (12″) — Richmond B 19085 [1963]
  • 33 (12″) — Richmond S 29085 [1963]
  • CD — Beulah 3PD10 [1998]
  • CD — Beulah 5PD10 [2008]
  • CD — Decca 475 7747 [2006]
  • CD — Decca 478 2826 [2011]
  • CD — Decca 478 3157 [2011]
  • CD — Decca 478 9262
  • CD — Decca 482 5151 [2017]
  • CD — Documents 600443
  • CD — Pickwick PWK 1145 [1990]
  • CD — Scribendum SC 815 [2019]
  • DL — Documents 285303 [2019]

Cantagrill, Marie (violin) / Budapest MÁV Symphony Orchestra / Gál, Tamás (conductor)
Recorded 2007.07 in Budapest, Hungarian Radio Studios. Original version.

  • CD — ABP Musique Classique M2 1/1 (as “Budapest Festival Orchestra”)

Cerkov, Iwan [*] (violin) / Bamberg Philharmonique Orchestra [*] / Radtke, Werner [*] (conductor)

See above under Andrade, Janine.

Cerkov, Iwan [*] (violin) / Soviet State Orchestra [*] / Scigalsky, Grzegor [*] (conductor)

See below under Holmes, Ralph.

Cerkov, Iwan [*] (violin) / Süddeutsche Philharmonie [*] / Albert, Leo [*] (conductor)

See below under Holmes, Ralph.

Chang, Sarah (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Davis, Colin (conductor)
Recorded 1992.10.16-17 in London, Henry Wood Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon LP 43142 [2019]
  • CD — EMI 31380 9 [1993]
  • CD — EMI 5 03433 2 [2007]
  • CD — EMI 5 56791 2 [1999] (movt. II only)
  • CD — EMI 5 86775 2 [2005]
  • CD — EMI 7 54753 2 [1993]
  • CD — EMI TOCE 8254 [1993]
  • CD — High Fidelity Magazine FAM CD 19 1996 [1996] (movt. II only)

Chang, Sarah (violin) / Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra / Krivine, Emmanuel (conductor)
Recorded 1995.06.28-29 live in Munich, Herkulessaal. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Bayerischer Rundfunk 15163 [1997]

Chebotareva, Anastasia (violin) / Russian Symphony Orchestra / Anissimov, Aleksandr (conductor)
Recorded 2003.06.27-07.01 in Moscow. Original version.

  • CD — King International KICC 3587 [2003]
  • CD — King International KICC 420 [2003]

Chen, Ray (violin) / National Orchestra of Belgium / Varga, Gilbert (conductor)
Recorded 2009.05 live. Original version.

  • CD — Queen Elisabeth Competition QEC 2009 [2009]

Chen, Ray (violin) / Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra / Harding, Daniel (conductor)
Recorded 2011.04.04-09 in Stockholm, Berwaldhallen. Uncut with some of Auer’s alterations in all movements.

  • CD — Sony Classical 88697 98410 2 [2012]
  • CD — Sony Classical SICC 1534 [2012]

Chen, Robert (violin) / North German Radio Philharmonic Orchestra / Kogan, Pavel (conductor)
Recorded 1995.09.18-22 in Hannover, Großer Sendesaal des NDR. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Berlin Classics 0013602 BC [2004]

Chen, Stella (violin) / Belgian National Orchestra / Wolff, Hugh (conductor)
Recorded 2019.05 live in Brussels, Centre for Fine Arts. Original Version.

  • CD — Queen Elisabeth Competition QEC 2019 [2019]

Chung, Kyung-Wha (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Previn, André (conductor)
Recorded 1970.06.01-03 in London, Kingsway Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Decca 417 270 1 [1986]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca 5 91202
  • 33 (12″) — Decca 6 41451
  • 33 (12″) — Decca 6 43390 OG [1986]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca D 266 D 3 [1982]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca SXL 6493 [1970]
  • 33 (12″) — London Records CS 6710 [1971]
  • 33 (12″) — Sung Eum SEL RD 001 [1971]
  • 33 (12″) — World Record Club STZ 1183 [1970]
  • CD — Decca 417 707 2 [1987]
  • CD — Decca 425 080 2 [1995]
  • CD — Decca 440 3782
  • CD — Decca 452 325 2 [1996]
  • CD — Decca 475 7734 [2006]
  • CD — Decca 478 3662 [2016] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Decca 478 7611 [2014]
  • CD — Decca POCL 3149
  • CD — Fachmann FKM CDR 125
  • CD — London Records 417707 [1987]

Chung, Kyung-Wha (violin) / Berlin Philharmonic / Giulini, Carlo Maria (conductor)
Recorded 1973.05.11 live in Berlin, Philharmonie. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Testament SBT2 1439 [2009]

Chung, Kyung-Wha (violin) / International Festival of Youth Orchestra / Abbado, Claudio (conductor)
Recorded 1976.03.16. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Fachmann FKM CDR 54

Chung, Kyung-Wha (violin) / National Orchestra of France / Dutoit, Charles (conductor)
Recorded 1978.10.18 live in Paris, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Belle Ame LPSMBA 005/6 [2015]
  • CD — Belle Ame CDSMBA 011 [2015]

Chung, Kyung-Wha (violin) / Montreal Symphony Orchestra / Dutoit, Charles (conductor)
Recorded 1981.07.09-17 in Montreal, St. Eustache’s Church. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Decca SXDL 7558 [1982]
  • 33 (12″) — London Records LDR 71058 [1983]
  • CD — Decca 410 011 2 [1983]
  • CD — Decca 421 449 2 [1988]
  • CD — Decca 430 150 2 [1990]
  • CD — Decca 430 153 2 [1990]
  • CD — Decca 430 725 2 [1991]
  • CD — Decca 440 941 2 [1993]
  • CD — Decca 448 107 2 [1996]
  • CD — Decca 478 4013 [2013] (movt. I excerpt only)
  • CD — Decca 482 2085 [2015]
  • CD — Decca PHS 900206 [2005]
  • CD — Decca POCL 4117/8 [1984]
  • CD — Decca POCL 5013 [1982]

Ciulei, Lenuța (violin) / Banatul Philharmonic of Timișoara / Paita, Carlos (conductor)
Recorded 1991.09 live in Bucharest. Version unidentified.

  • 33 (12″) — Electrecord FE 91 04 [1991] (credited as “Liliana Ciulei”)

Costa, Alexandre da (violin) / Arad State Philharmonic / Schulz, Christian (conductor)
Recorded 2003.03.07-08 in Arad. Original version.

  • CD — XXI-21 Records XXI CD 2 1477 [2004]

Costa, Alexandre da (violin) / Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra / Parisotto, Marco (conductor)
Recorded 2015.06.22-23 in Guadalajara, Teatro Degollado. Original version.

  • CD — Sony Classical 88985 367732 [2017]

Croitoru, Gabriel (violin) / Nice Philharmonic Orchestra / Bardon, Claude (conductor)
Recorded 1988.03. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Pierre Verany PV 730009 [1994]

Darvarova, Elmira (violin) / Sofia Philharmonic / Kazandjiev, Vasil (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1984 or earlier). Version unidentified.

  • 33 (12″) — Balkanton BCA 11604 [1984] (as “Bulgarian Philharmonic Orchestra”)
  • 33 (12″) — Concerto CD 25013 [1986] (as “Bulgarian Philharmonic Orchestra”)

Dauth, Michael (violin) / Kanazawa Orchestra Ensemble / Iwaki, Hiroyuki (conductor)
Recorded 1994.04.20-21 in Toyama, Kosugi-Bunka-Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Sony Classical SRCR 9609 [1995]

De Vito, Gioconda (violin) / RAI Turin Symphony Orchestra / Rossi, Mario (conductor)
Recorded 1954 live in Turin. Original version.

  • CD — Archipel ARPCD 0249 [2004]
  • CD — Melodram CDM 18050
  • CD — Membran 600409 [2017]

Degand, Stephanie-Marie (violin) / Caen Orchestra / Mardirossian, Vahan (conductor)
Recorded 2011.06.21 in Caen. Original version.

  • CD — Maestria records EMVI6 [2013]

Denda, Masahide (violin) / Sendai Philharmonic Orchestra / Yamashita, Kazufumi (conductor)
Recorded 2008.03.31 in Sendai City, Youth Cultural Centre, Concert Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Fontec FOCD 9370 [2008]

Denhoff, Johannes (violin) / Staatsorchester Braunschweig / Soltesz, Stefan (conductor)
Recorded 2010.02.21 live in Braunschweig, Stadthalle. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Prospekt 3695 [2012]

Dumay, Augustin (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Tchakarov, Emil (conductor)
Recorded 1988.03.02-04 in London, EMI Abbey Road Studio No. 1. Unabridged version with a few alterations.

  • 33 (12″) — HMV 7 49159 1 [1988]
  • CD — Disky CO 86284 2 [1998] (movt. II only)
  • CD — EMI 5 00899 2 [2007]
  • CD — EMI 5 69845 2 [1997]
  • CD — EMI 7 49159 2 [1988]
  • CD — Parlophone 00946 356681 5 5 [2007] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Virgin Classics 0946 356681 2 4 [2007] (movt. II only)

Ehnes, James (violin) / Sydney Symphony Orchestra / Ashkenazy, Vladimir (conductor)
Recorded 2010.12.09-11 in Sydney, Opera House. Original version.

  • CD — Onyx ONYX 4076 [2011]

Elman, Mischa (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Barbirolli, John (conductor)
Recorded 1929.12.19-20 in London, Queen’s Hall. Matrix CR 2471/8. Auer version with alterations (Finale cut by 94 bars).

  • 78 (12″) — HMV D 7057/60 [1930]
  • 78 (12″) — HMV DB 1405/8 [1930]
  • 78 (12″) — Victor 8186/9 [1930]
  • 78 (12″) — Victor M 79 [1930]
  • 33 (12″) — BBC REH 717 [1989]
  • 33 (12″) — Discocorp RR318 [1982]
  • 33 (12″) — Pearl GEMM 270 [1984]
  • CD — BBC BBC CD 717 [1989]
  • CD — Green Door GDCS 0024 [2004]
  • CD — Naxos 8 110912 [2002]
  • CD — Pearl GEMMCD 9388 [1990]

Elman, Mischa (violin) / Symphony Orchestra / Paray, Paul (conductor)
Recorded 1945.12.01 live. Auer version with alterations (Finale cut by 94 bars).

  • CD — Music & Arts CD 4868 [2011]
  • CD — Music & Arts CD 868 [1994]

Elman, Mischa (violin) / Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra / Ormandy, Eugene (conductor)
Recorded 1947 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 94 bars).

  • CD — Documents 600480 [2018] (as “Hollywood Bowl Orchestra”)
  • CD — Doremi DHR 7736/7 [2000] (as “Hollywood Bowl Orchestra”)

Elman, Mischa (violin) / London Philharmonic Orchestra / Boult, Adrian (conductor)
Recorded 1954.06.01-03 in London, Kingsway Hall. Auer version with alterations (Finale cut by 94 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Decca ACL 25 [1954]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca ECS 569 [1970]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca LXT 2970 [1954]
  • 33 (12″) — London Records CM 9111 [1960]
  • 33 (12″) — London Records LL 1073 [1955]
  • CD — Documents 600480 [2018]
  • CD — Testament SBT 41343 [2004]

Erlih, Devy (violin) / Paris Conservatoire Orchestra / Tzipine, Georges (conductor)
Recorded 1955.06.27 live. Original version.

  • CD — INA 3329184689120 [2013]

Erlih, Devy (violin) / South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra / Somogyi, László (conductor)
Recorded 1958.05 in Stuttgart. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Ducretet-Thomson 300 C 066
  • 33 (12″) — Ducretet-Thomson 370 C 002
  • CD — Forgotten Records FR 739 [2012]
  • CD — Leena Entertainment 2002 [1996]

Erlih, Devy (violin) / Colonne Concert Orchestra / Dervaux, Pierre (conductor)
Recorded 1962.03.28 in Paris, Salle Wagram. Version unidentified.

  • 33 (12″) — Ducretet-Thomson CC 508 [1962]
  • 33 (12″) — Ducretet-Thomson YTDX 33/4

Eto, Toshiya (violin) / New Philharmonia Orchestra / Downes, Edward (conductor)
Recorded 1971.07.21-22 in London, EMI Abbey Road Studio No. 1. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — RCA JRZ 2517
  • 33 (12″) — RCA LSB 4080 [1973]
  • CD — JVC XRCD 24 [2006]
  • CD — JVC 74321 82955 2 [2006]
  • CD — JVC BVCC 38160/3 [2006]

Feng, Ning (violin) / German Symphony Orchestra Berlin / Yang, Yang (conductor)
Recorded 2012.11.22-24. Original version.

  • SACD — Channel Classics CCSSA 34913 [2013]

Ferraresi, Aldo (violin) / Alessandro Scarlatti Chamber Orchestra / Delogu, Gaetano (conductor)
Recorded 1968.07.14 live in Naples. Original version.

  • CD — Grande Maestri (no number) [2006]
  • CD — Rhine Classics RH 001 [2016]

Ferras, Christian (violin) / Philharmonia Orchestra / Silvestri, Constantin (conductor)
Recorded 1957.06.26-28 in London, Kingsway Hall. Auer version (cuts and alterations in movt. I; Finale cut by 116 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Angel 35606 [1958]
  • 33 (12″) — Angel S 35606 [1958]
  • 33 (12″) — HMV 2C 059 1947
  • 33 (12″) — HMV 5C 953 01947
  • 33 (12″) — HMV ALP 1543 [1958]
  • 33 (12″) — HMV ASD 278 [1959]
  • 33 (12″) — HMV ASDF 152
  • 33 (12″) — HMV ASDQ 5286 [1965]
  • 33 (12″) — HMV FALP 514
  • 33 (12″) — HMV SOELP 9135
  • 33 (12″) — HMV SXLP 30122 [1969]
  • 33 (12″) — HMV SXLPH 1503
  • 33 (12″) — Jugoton LPSV HMV 418 [1971]
  • 33 (12″) — Pathé Marconi 2M 055 01947 [1979]
  • 33 (12″) — World Record Club STZ 113 [1961]
  • 33 (12″) — World Record Club TX 113
  • CD — Classic FM CFMAGCD 207 [2012]
  • CD — EMI 724347675621 [2003]
  • CD — EMI EMX 2178 [1991]
  • CD — Membran 600379 [2017]
  • CD — Testament SBT 1337 [2004]
  • CD — Warner Classics 019029 593965 6 [2016]
  • CD — Warner Classics 9029 576308 [2017]
  • CD — Warner Classics 9029 593965
  • CD — Warner Classics PWC 13D 0011 [2013]

Ferras, Christian (violin) / National Orchestra of French Radio / Jochum, Eugen (conductor)
Recorded 1964.04.09 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 92 bars).

  • CD — INA 3149028063325 [2015]
  • CD — Radio France FRF 020/027 [2015]

Ferras, Christian (violin) / Berlin Philharmonic / Karajan, Herbert von (conductor)
Recorded 1965.11.06-08 in Berlin, Jesus-Christus-Kirche. Auer version (Finale cut by 92 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Bertelsmann 6923
  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon 104 922/9 [1967]
  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon 139 028 [1966]
  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon 2542 162 [1982]
  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon 2543 051 [1982]
  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon 2543 529 [1983]
  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon 2740 126 [1975]
  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon 2740 137 [1976]
  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon 416 5021 [1986] (movt. I only)
  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon SKL 922/8 [1967]
  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon SMG 2054
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 423 224 2 [1988]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 428 5572 [1999]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 429 166 2 [1989]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 463 7742 [2000]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 477 0055 [2012]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 479 8160 [2017]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 480 6655 [2012]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 8808678140064 [2011]

Ferras, Christian (violin) / Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra / Bruck, Charles (conductor)
Recorded 1968.01.03 live in Paris. Auer version (cuts and alterations in movt. I; Finale cut by 92 bars).

  • CD — Doremi DHR 7880 [2009]

Fischer, Julia (violin) / Russian National Orchestra / Kreizberg, Yakov (conductor)
Recorded 2006.04 in Moscow, DZZ Studio 5. Original version.

  • SACD — King International KKC 1133 [2019]
  • SACD — Pentatone PTC 5186 085 [2006]
  • SACD — Pentatone PTC 5186 095 [2006]
  • SACD — Pentatone PTC 5186 610 [2016]

Fodor, Eugene (violin) / New Philharmonia Orchestra / Leinsdorf, Erich (conductor)
Recorded 1974.08.14-16 in London, Brent Town Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — RCA ARD 10781 [1974]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA ARL 10781 [1974]
  • CD — RCA 09026 61726 2
  • CD — RCA S70605 C [2011]
  • CD — Sony Classical 88765 45264 2 [2014]

Fontanarosa, Patrice (violin) / Orchestre Symphonique Francais / Petitgirard, Laurent (conductor)
Recorded 1991.11. Auer version (Finale cut by 36 bars).

  • CD — Decca 481 1195 [2014]

Francescatti, Zino (violin) / New York Philharmonic Orchestra / Rodzinski, Artur (conductor)
Recorded 1943.10.24 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • CD — Music & Arts CD 1118 [2003]

Francescatti, Zino (violin) / New York Philharmonic Orchestra / Mitropoulos, Dimitri (conductor)
Recorded 1954.03.27 in New York, Columbia 30th Street Studio. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — CBS 72305
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia D 2 (movt. II only)
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia ML 4965
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia MS 6758
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia WL 5158
  • 33 (12″) — Philips A 01214 L
  • 33 (12″) — Philips ABL 3159 [1956]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips GBL 5534 (movt. I only)
  • 33 (12″) — Philips L 01214 L
  • 33 (10″) — Philips A 01215 L
  • 33 (10″) — Philips G 01615 R
  • 33 (10″) — Philips GBR 6512 [1958]
  • CD — Sony Classical 88883 73273 2 [2013]
  • CD — Sony Classical MH2K 62339 [1996]

Francescatti, Zino (violin) / Boston Symphony Orchestra / Munch, Charles (conductor)
Recorded 1958.07.27 live in Boston, Symphony Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Doremi DHR 7888 [2009]

Francescatti, Zino (violin) / New York Philharmonic Orchestra / Schippers, Thomas (conductor)
Recorded 1965.02.02 live in New York, Manhattan Center. Auer version (movt. I cut by 19 bars, Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — CBS MP 42462 [1987]
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia MS 6758
  • CD — CBS CD 45700 [1989]
  • CD — CBS MPK 45700 [1989]
  • CD — Sony Classical 82876 78760 2 [2006]
  • CD — Sony Classical 88883 76126 2 [2013]
  • CD — Sony Classical CSCR 8452 [1991]
  • CD — Sony Classical SB2K 63260 [1997]
  • CD — Sony Classical SB2K 63281 [1997]

Francescatti, Zino (violin) / National Orchestra of French Radio / Kletzki, Paul (conductor)
Recorded 1970.05.05 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Music & Arts CD 1171 [2006]

Frang, Vilde (violin) / Danish National Symphony Orchestra / Jensen, Eivind Gullberg (conductor)
Recorded 2011.08.29-31 in Copenhagen, DR Koncerthuset. Auer version (Finale cut by 24 bars).

  • CD — EMI 9 79914 2 [2012] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Warner Classics 6 02570 2 [2012]

Fried, Miriam (violin) / Munich Philharmonic / Kempe, Rudolf (conductor)
Recorded 1975.05.15 Original version.

  • CD — Fachmann FKM CDR 113

Friedman, Erick (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Ozawa, Seiji (conductor)
Recorded 1965.08.12 in London, Walthamstow Assembly Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — RCA LSB 4016 [1971]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA AGL 1 3884 [1981]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA LM 2865 [1966]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA LSC 2865 [1966]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA RB 6666 [1966]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA SB 6666 [1966]
  • CD — RCA 09026 60491 2
  • CD — RCA 09026 63979 2 [2003]
  • CD — RCA 74321 17900 2 [1994]
  • CD — RCA 88985 39504 2 [2017]
  • CD — RCA VD 60491 [1990]

Friedman, Erick (violin) / Sofia Philharmonic / Manolov, Dimiter (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1993 or earlier). Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • CD — Castle MAC CD 933 [1997]
  • CD — Cirrus Classics CRS CD 202 [1993]

Fujikawa, Mayumi (violin) / Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra / Waart, Edo de (conductor)
Recorded 1973.10.01-03. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Ex Libris PH 6858 840 [1974]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips 6500 708 [1974]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips 6527 215 [1983]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips 6570 028 [1978]
  • CD — Belart 450 054 2 [1993]

Fujita, Tomoko [*] (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Adolph, Henry [*] (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1992 or earlier). Version unidentified.

  • CD — XS Records XSLCD 018 [1992]

Funke, Christian (violin) / Dresden Staatskapelle / Vonk, Hans (conductor)
Recorded 1981.04.06-07 in Dresden, Lukaskirche. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Eterna 827655
  • CD — Berlin Classics 0002662 CCC [2006]
  • CD — Corona CD 0023 2 [1994]

Garrett, David (violin) / Russian National Orchestra / Pletnev, Mikhail (conductor)
Recorded 1997.10 in Moscow, Conservatory, Great Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 471 4282 [2001]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 479 2936 [2014]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 480 1645 [2010] (movt. I excerpt only)
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 480 4590 [2010] (movt. I excerpt only)

Gawriloff, Saschko (violin) / Hamburg Pro-Musica Orchestra [*] / Hans-Jürgen Walther (conductor)
Version unidentified (Finale cut by 32 bars). Recording date unknown.

  • 33 (12″) — CBS 51067
  • 33 (12″) — Peerless Oryx ORPS 89 (as “Sascha Gavriloff” with “Belgrade Symphony Orchestra” conducted by “Aram Badrossian”)

Gawriloff, Saschko (violin) / Orchestre Symphonique de Hambourg [*] / Wilhelm Brückner-Rüggeberg (conductor)
Recording date unknown. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Nouvelles Galeries et Magasins modernes NG 1020

Gimpel, Bronislaw (violin) / Bamberg Symphony / Schüler, Johannes (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1961 or earlier). Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Columbia MS 1002 AX [1969]
  • 33 (12″) — Curcio TMC 35 [1981]
  • 33 (12″) — DSG 6192
  • 33 (12″) — DSG 6638
  • 33 (12″) — Marble Arch Records MAL 849 [1968]
  • 33 (12″) — Maritim Klassik 47 494 NK
  • 33 (12″) — Opera 1187
  • 33 (12″) — Orbis CX 11 100
  • 33 (12″) — Pacific LDP D 6308
  • 33 (12″) — Sarpe TMC 35 [1980]
  • 33 (12″) — Super Majestic TT 5044
  • 33 (12″) — Vox STPL 513 080
  • 33 (10″) — Margriet Discotheek LP 503
  • CD — Concerto Royale 206248 360 [2001]
  • CD — Forgotten Records FR 1556 [2018]

Gitlis, Ivry (violin) / Vienna Pro Musica Orchestra [* = Vienna Symphony] / Hollreiser, Heinrich (conductor)
Recorded 1957. Auer version (Finale cut by 148 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Europhon 3018
  • 33 (12″) — Mr Pickwick MPD 909 [1975]
  • 33 (12″) — Vox GBY 11 760 [1961]
  • 33 (12″) — Vox PL 8840 [1955] (as “Pro Musica Symphony, Vienna”)
  • 33 (12″) — Vox PL 10350 [1957]
  • 33 (12″) — Vox V 8840 (as “Vienna Symphony”)
  • CD — Brilliant Classics 9145 [2010] (as “Vienna Symphony”)
  • CD — Vox CDX 2 5505 [1993]

Gitlis, Ivry (violin) / National Orchestra of French Radio / Dixon, Dean (conductor)
Recorded 1961.03.22 live in Paris. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars) [3].

  • CD — Forgotten Records FR 876 [2013]

Gitlis, Ivry (violin) / National Orchestra of French Radio / Mander, Francesco (conductor)
Recorded 1965.06.13 live, Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars) [3].

  • DVD — EMI DVB 38846994 [2007]

Glenn, Carroll (violin) / Cambridge Symphony Orchestra / Rachlin, Ezra (conductor)
Recorded 1977.02 in Cambridge, Trinity College Chapel. Auer version (Finale cut by 88 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Vox TV 34725 [1978]

Gluzman, Vadim (violin) / Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra / Litton, Andrew (conductor)
Recorded 2007.08. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • SACD — Bis BIS 1432 [2008]

Goto, Ryu (violin) / Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra / Orozco-Estrada, Andrés (conductor)
Recorded 2015.08 live in Wiesbaden, Kurhaus, Friedrich-von-Thiersch-Saal. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 066 3433 [2015]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon UCCG 1718 [2015]

Graffin, Philippe (violin) / BBC Symphony Orchestra / Agrest, Mikhail (conductor)
Recorded 2012.04.02 in London, BBC Maida Vale Studio 1. Original version, with cadenza by Ysaye.

  • CD — Cobra Records COBRA 0040 [2014]

Green, Alan [*] (violin) / Russian State Philharmonic [*] / Labradorus, Maurice [*] (conductor)

See below under Holmes, Ralph.

Green, Eric [*] (violin) / European Philharmonic Orchestra [*] / Greenburg, Hymisher [*] (conductor)

See below under Holmes, Ralph.

Gringolts, Ilya (violin) / Israel Philharmonic Orchestra / Perlman, Itzhak (conductor)
Recorded 2001.12 in Tel Aviv, Frederic R. Mann Auditorium. Original version.

  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 471 6162 [2002]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 479 4708 [2015]

Grubert, Ilya (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Sinaisky, Vasily (conductor)
Recorded 1992 in Moscow. Original version.

  • CD — Brilliant Classics 94650 [2014]
  • CD — Brilliant Classics 94656 [2013]
  • CD — Chant du Monde LDC 288054 [1993]
  • CD — Chant du Monde RUS 788054 [1998]
  • CD — Harmonia Mundi CMX 388 055/7 [1996]

Grumiaux, Arthur (violin) / Vienna Symphony / Leskovic, Bogo (conductor)
Recorded 1956.10.29-11.01 in Vienna, Musikverein, Großer Saal. Original version (except alteration by Auer in movt. I and Finale cut by 8 bars)

  • 33 (12″) — Fontana 200 031 WGL (as “Marcel Laurane” with “Europa Orchestra”, conductor Hans-Ludwig Westermann)
  • 33 (12″) — Philips A 00422 L
  • CD — Decca 480 0481 [2010]
  • CD — Decca 482 8399 [2017]
  • CD — Decca UCCD 9809

Grumiaux, Arthur (violin) / French Radio Symphony Orchestra / Schmidt-Isserstedt, Hans (conductor)
Recorded 1960.02.09 live in Paris. Finale cut by 8 bars.

  • CD — CRQ Editions CRQ CD 176/7 [2015]

Grumiaux, Arthur (violin) / Concertgebouw Orchestra / Haitink, Bernard (conductor)
Recorded 1960.05.11-14 in Amsterdam, Concertgebouw, Grote Zaal. Finale cut by 8 bars.

  • 33 (12″) — Epic BC 1109 [1960]
  • 33 (12″) — Epic LC 3745 [1960]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips 6500 260
  • 33 (12″) — Philips 6527 067 [1981]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips 835 055 AY
  • 33 (12″) — Philips ABL 3337 [1961]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips SABL 176 [1961]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips SAL 3671 [1968]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips SBAL 32 [1967]
  • CD — Decca UCCD 9818
  • CD — Philips PHCP 9632

Grumiaux, Arthur (violin) / New Philharmonia Orchestra / Krenz, Jan (conductor)
Recorded 1975.09.01-03 in London, Brent Town Hall. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Philips 9500 086 [1976]
  • CD — Decca UCCD 9848 [2014]
  • CD — Philips 422 473 2 [1989]
  • CD — Philips 442 287 2 [1994]
  • CD — Philips 468 5682 [2001]
  • CD — Philips 475 7825
  • SACD — Pentatone PTC 5186 117 [2005]

Gutnikov, Boris (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Rozhdestvensky, Gennady (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1963 or earlier). Original version.

  • 33 (10″) — Melodiya 10711-12
  • 33 (12″) — USSR С 0653/4 [1963]

Hadelich, Augustin / London Philharmonic Orchestra / Petrenko, Vasily (conductor)
Recorded 2016.02.24 live in London, Royal Festival Hall. Original version.

  • CD — LPO Live LPO 0094 [2017]

Haendel, Ida (violin) / National Symphony Orchestra of London / Cameron, Basil (conductor)
Recorded 1945.04.26 & 1946.02.06 in London, Kingsway Hall. Matrix AR 9356/63. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • 78 (12″) — Decca AK 1444/47 [1946]
  • 78 (12″) — Decca K 1444/47 [1946]
  • CD — Dutton Laboratories CDK 1204 [1999]
  • CD — Forgotten Records FR 575 [2013]

Haendel, Ida (violin) / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Goossens, Eugene (conductor)
Recorded 1953.10.22-26 in London, EMI Abbey Road Studio No. 1. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • 33 (10″) — HMV DLP 1190 [1958]
  • CD — Documents 286085 [2019]
  • CD — Documents 600509 [2019]
  • CD — Testament SBT 1038 [1994]

Haendel, Ida (violin) / Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra / Müller-Kray, Hans (conductor)
Recorded 1960.01.08 in Stuttgart, Liederhalle. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Hänssler CD 94 205 [2010]

Hagen, William (violin) / National Orchestra of Belgium / Alsop, Marin (conductor)
Recorded 2015.05 live. Original version.

  • CD — Queen Elisabeth Competition QEC2015 [2015]

Hagner, Viviane (violin) / Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra (West Berlin) / Schneidt, Hanns-Martin (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1997 or earlier). Original version.

  • CD — Delta Music 45003 [1997]
  • CD — Capriccio C 51135 [2003]

Hahn, Hilary (violin) / Royal Liverpool Philharmonic / Petrenko, Vasily (conductor)
Recorded 2008.11 in Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 477 8777 [2010]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 483 5706 [2018]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 479 8313 [2018] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon B0014698 02 [2010]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon UCCG 1500 [2010]
  • DL — Deutsche Grammophon 479 6900 [2016] (movts. II and, III only)

Heifetz, Jascha (violin) / London Philharmonic Orchestra / Barbirolli, John (conductor)
Recorded 1937.03.25 in London, EMI Abbey Road Studios. Matrix 2EA 4709/16. Auer version with alterations (Finale cut by 92 bars).

  • 78 (12″) — HMV DB 3159/62 [1937]
  • 78 (12″) — Victor 14401/4
  • 78 (12″) — Victor AM 356 [1937]
  • 33 (12″) — EMI 1433511 [1985]
  • 33 (12″) — EMI EX 749375 1 [1987]
  • 33 (12″) — Seraphim 60221 [1974]
  • CD — Biddulph LAB 026 [1990]
  • CD — Documents 221313 [2003]
  • CD — Documents 224043 [2006]
  • CD — EMI 2 17312 2 [2008]
  • CD — EMI 3 61590 2 [2007]
  • CD — EMI 7 64030 2 [1991]
  • CD — Grammofono 2000 AB 78547 [1995]
  • CD — Magic Talent CD 48027 [1998]
  • CD — Membran 222137 444 [2004]
  • CD — Naxos 8 110938 [2000]
  • CD — Pearl GEMMCDS 9157
  • CD — Pristine Audio PASC 002 [2007]
  • CD — RCA 09026 61749 2 [1994]
  • CD — Strings QT 99 325 [1997]
  • CD — Sony Classical 88697 70050 2 [2010]

Heifetz, Jascha (violin) / Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra / Steinberg, William (conductor)
Recorded 1949.03.21 live. Auer version with alterations (Finale cut by 92 bars).

  • CD — Cembal d’Amour CD 115 [2001]

Heifetz, Jascha (violin) / Philharmonia Orchestra / Susskind, Walter (conductor)
Recorded 1950.06.19-20 in London, EMI Abbey Road Studio No. 1. Matrix 2EA 14804/11. Auer version with alterations (Finale cut by 92 bars).

  • 78 (12″) — HMV DB 9666/9 [1951]
  • 78 (12″) — HMV DB 21228/31 [1951]
  • 33 (12″) — HMV BLP 1012 [1953]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA LM 1111 [1950]
  • 33 (10″) — HMV FBLP 1008
  • CD — Naxos 8 111359 [2010]
  • CD — RCA 09026 61738 2 [1997]
  • CD — RCA 09026 61778 2 [1994]
  • CD — Sony Classical 88697 70050 2 [2010]

Heifetz, Jascha (violin) / Chicago Symphony Orchestra / Reiner, Fritz (conductor)
Recorded 1957.04.19 in Chicago, Orchestra Hall. Auer version with alterations (Finale cut by 92 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — RCA ARP 14567 [1983]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA GL 85264 [1985]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA LSC 2129 [1957]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA RL 00720 [1980]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA RB 16038 [1957]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA DPS 2002 [1970]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA SB 2002 [1958]
  • CD — Documents 600158 [2014]
  • CD — RCA 99568
  • CD — RCA 09026 61743 2 [1998]
  • CD — RCA 09026 61778 2 [1994]
  • CD — RCA 09026 61779 2 [1994]
  • CD — RCA 59332 RC
  • CD — RCA 74321 63470 2
  • CD — RCA 88644 38646 6 5
  • CD — RCA 88697 81123 2 [2010]
  • CD — RCA 88765 41497 2 [2012]
  • CD — RCA 09026 61495 2 [1993]
  • CD — RCA 09026 63906 2 [2002] (movt. II only)
  • CD — RCA 74321 20022 2 [1994]
  • CD — RCA BVCC 9331 [1994]
  • CD — RCA RD 85933 [1989]
  • CD — Sony Classical 88697 70050 2 [2010]
  • CD — Sony Classical 88883 76787 2
  • SACD — Sony Classical 82876 67896 2 [2005]

Heinrich, Sophie (violin) / German Kinderärzte Orchestra / Fabricius, Manfred (conductor)
Recorded 2010.09.17 live in Potsdam, Nikolaisaal. Original version.

  • CD — Ambitus 200 050 [2011]

Heinrici, Kurt (violin) [*] / Radio Symphony Orchestra [*] / Westergard, Hans [*] (conductor)

See above under Andride, Janine

Henkel, Susanna Yoko (violin) / Duisburg Philharmonic Orchestra / Darlington, Jonathan (conductor)
Recorded 2010.02.03-04 live in Duisburg, Philharmonie Mercatorhalle. Original version.

  • CD — Acousence ACO CD 21510 [2010]

Herbern, Andre [*] (violin) / Societe des Concerts [*] / Lille, Hans (conductor) [*]

See above under “Andrade, Janine”.

Hirschhorn, Philippe (violin) / Bamberg Symphony / Leitner, Ferdinand (conductor)
Recorded 1977.05 live. Original version.

  • CD — Doremi DHR 7906/8 [2007]

Hisaya, Sato (violin) / Sendai Philharmonic Orchestra / Koho, Uno (conductor)
Recorded 2015.04.11 live in Uwajima, Nanyo Bunka Kaikan. Original version.

  • CD — Sakura SAKURA 5 [2015]

Hölscher, Ulf (violin) / New Philharmonia Orchestra / Kamu, Okko (conductor)
Recorded 1972.08.03-05 in London, Kingsway Hall. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Classics for Pleasure CFP 40349 [1981]
  • 33 (12″) — EMI SHZE 369 [1973]
  • CD — EMI 2 52361 2 [1990]
  • CD — EMI CDZ 25 2361 2 [1990]

Holmes, Ralph (violin) / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Cameron, Basil (conductor)
Recorded 1957.09.02 live in London, Royal Albert Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • CD — CRQ Editions CRQ CD 373/3 [2018]

Holmes, Ralph (violin) / Nuremburg Symphony / Mága, Othmar (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1969 or earlier). Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars). Issued under various pseudonyms:

  • 33 (12″) — Trimicron LS 14
  • 33 (12″) — Intercord 29329/0 (as “Jan Novak” with “Münchner Symphoniker”, conductor “Milan Starek”)
  • 33 (10″) — Fabbri TGM 08 [1969]
  • CD — Arena Classics 3411 (as “Iwan Cerkov” with “Soviet State Orchestra”, conductor “Grzegor Scigalsky”)
  • CD — Aurophon AU 31430 [1993] (as “Eugene Schaeffer” with “Orchestre du Festival Belgique”, conductor “Pierre Narrato”)
  • CD — Conifer TQ 103 [1987] (as “Iwan Cerkov” with ” Süddeutsche Philharmonie”, conductor “Leo Albert”)
  • CD — Everyman EVCD 44 [1985] (as “Alan Green” with “Russian State Philharmonic”, conductor “Maurice Labradorus”)
  • CD — Pilz CD 160125 [1990] (as “Günther Körner” with “Bamberg Philharmonic Orchestra”, conductor “Werner Radtke”)
  • CD — Profil Medien PH 18211 [2019] (movts. I and II only; as “Günther Körner” with “Bamberg Philharmonic Orchestra”, conductor “Werner Radtke”)
  • CD — Tring Symphonia Digital Classics SYM 007 (as “Eric Green”, with “European Philhamonic Orchestra”, conductor “Hymisher Greenburg”)
  • CD — VMK 100 41823 [1989] (as “Eugene Schaeffer” with “Orchestre du Festival Belgique”, conductor “Pierre Narrato”)
  • CD — Weltbild Classics 700 278 [1992] (as “Günther Körner” with “Bamberg Philharmonic Orchestra”, conductor “Werner Radtke”)

Honda, Mariko (violin) / Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra / Clark, Keith (conductor)
Recorded 1988.03.29-04.01 in Bratislava. Original version.

  • CD — Amadis 7084 [1997] (as “Slovak Philharmonic”)
  • CD — Da Music 870 1030 [1990] (as “Keith Adams” with orchestra “The London Philharmonics”, conductor “Ivan Rabotnek”)
  • CD — Naxos 8 550124 [1988]
  • CD — Naxos 8 551102 [1993] (movt. II only; as “Slovak Philharmonic”)
  • CD — Naxos 8 556785 [2003] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Naxos 8 571067 (as “Slovak Philharmonic”)
  • DL — Naxos 9 40348 [2013] (movt. II only)

Honda-Rosenberg, Latica (violin) / Slovenia RTV Symphony Orchestra / Shambadal, Lior (conductor)
Recorded 2000.05.16-22 in Ljubljana, Slovene Philharmonics Great Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Oehms Classics OC 225 [2003]

Huberman, Bronislaw (violin) / Staatsoper Berlin / Steinberg, Wilhelm (conductor)
Recorded 1928.12.28 [4]in Berlin. Matices WAX 4509/15 (Columbia), OxxB 8371/7 (Fonotipia, Odeon), 2 21157/61 & 2 21539/40 (Parlophone). Auer version (Finale cut by 198 bars).

  • 78 (12″) — Columbia 67726/9 D
  • 78 (12″) — Columbia GQZ 10585/8
  • 78 (12″) — Columbia L 2335/8 [1929]
  • 78 (12″) — Columbia M 131
  • 78 (12″) — Decca 25470/3
  • 78 (12″) — Fonotipia XX 170258/61
  • 78 (12″) — Odeon O 8737/40
  • 78 (12″) — Parlophone P 9855/8
  • 78 (12″) — Parlophone P 8928/31
  • 33 (12″) — EMI CO53 01419 [1974]
  • CD — Ades ADE 640 [1990]
  • CD — EMI 7 64855 2 [1993]
  • CD — EPM FDC 2003 [1990]
  • CD — Conifer FDC 2003 [1990]
  • CD — History 204567 308 [2000] (movt. III only)
  • CD — Naxos 8 110903 [2000]
  • CD — Pearl GEMMCD 9332 [1988]
  • CD — Pristine Audio PASC 439 [2015]

Huberman, Bronislaw (violin) / New York Philharmonic Orchestra / Ormandy, Eugene (conductor)
Recorded 1946.03 live. Finale cut by 214 bars.

  • CD — Music & Arts CD 1122 [2003]
  • CD — Music & Arts CD 4299

Hudeček, Václav (violin) / Czech Philharmonic / Oistrakh, David (conductor)
Recorded 1972.05.20 live in Prague, Municipal House, Smetana Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Supraphon SU 0216 2 [1996]

Hudeček, Václav (violin) / Prague Symphony Orchestra / Bělohlávek, Jiří (conductor)
Recorded 1979.02.16-19 in Prague, TJ Praga Studio. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Panton 8110 0026 [1979]
  • CD — Panton 811208 2 [1991]
  • CD — Supraphon SU 3606 2 [2002]
  • CD — Supraphon SU 4055 2 [2011]

Huyghues de Beaufond, Brigitte (violin) / Algerian Radio Orchestra / André, Franz (conductor)
Recorded 1960.03.22 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Forgotten Records FR 1610 [2019]

Ingolfsson, Judith (violin) / Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra / Saccani, Rico (conductor)
Recorded 2007 or earlier. Original version.

  • CD — BPO live 880040104223 [2007]

Ishikawa, Shizuka (violin) / Czech Philharmonic / Košler, Zdenĕk (conductor)
Recorded 1978.02.13-17. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Gramola Profile 002
  • 33 (12″) — Supraphon 11 0246 0 [1979]
  • CD — Denon COCO 6785 [1990]
  • CD — Supraphon 11 0666 2 [1992]
  • CD — Supraphon 2 SUP 0004 [1987]

Jansen, Janine (violin) / Mahler Chamber Orchestra / Harding, Daniel (conductor)
Recorded 2008.07.21-24 live in Santiago de Compostela, Auditorio de Galicia. Original version.

  • CD — Decca 478 0651 [2008]
  • CD — UCCD 1222 [2008]

Jenson, Dylana (violin) / Lodz Grand Theatre Orchestra / Michniewski, Wojciech (conductor)
Recorded 1980.01.07 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Polskie Nagrania Muza SX 1958 [1986]

Josefowicz, Leila (violin) / Academy of St. Martin in the Fields / Marriner, Neville (conductor)
Recorded 1994.10.12-14 in London, All Saints’ Church, Tooting. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Philips 446 131 2 [1995]
  • CD — Philips 462 032 2 [1997]
  • CD — Philips 464 059 2 [1999]
  • CD — Philips 467 6752 [2001] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Philips 480 1003 [2008]

Kagan, Oleg (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Kachidze, Diansug (conductor)
Recorded 1985.03.11 live in Moscow, Tchaikovsky Conservatory. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Melodiya 00177 005 [1986]
  • CD — Live Classics LCL 105 [2000]

Kaler, Ilya (violin) / Russian Philharmonic / Yablonsky, Dmitry (conductor)
Recorded 2004.12.03-10 in Moscow, Kultura State TV Radio Company, Studio 5. Original version.

  • CD — Classic FM CFMAGCD 186 A [2010] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Mirare MIR 458 [2019] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Naxos 8 503293 [2017]
  • CD — Naxos 8 557690 [2007]
  • CD — Naxos 8 578138 [2010] (movt. III only)
  • DL — Naxos 9 40329 [2013] (movt. I only)
  • DL — Naxos 9 40343 [2013] (movt. I only)

Kamio, Mayuko (violin) / Hallé Orchestra / Sanderling, Thomas (conductor)
Recorded 2010.06.30-07.02 in Manchester, New Broadcasting House, BBC Studio 7. Original version.

  • CD — RCA 88697 78559 2 [2010]
  • CD — RCA SICC 1415 [2010]

Kantorow, Jean-Jacques (violin) / Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra / Watanabe, Akeo (conductor)
Recorded 1977.06.05-12 in Arakawa, District Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Denon COCQ 83248
  • 33 (12″) — Denon OX 7103 ND [1978]

Kantorow, Jean-Jacques (violin) / London Philharmonic Orchestra / Thomson, Bryden (conductor)
Recorded 1987.04.14-15 in London, Henry Wood Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 8 bars).

  • CD — Denon 81757 33252 [1989]
  • CD — Denon CO 73325 [1989]
  • CD — Denon COCO 73243 [2011]
  • CD — Denon COCO 75536 [1993]

Kashimoto, Daishin (violin) / Cologne Hochschule Orchestra / Kissoczy, Marc (conductor)
Recorded 1994.10.14 live in Cologne. Original version.

  • CD — Ars Musici AM 1156 2 [1995]

Kato, Tomoko (violin) / New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra / Inoue, Michiyoshi (conductor)
Recorded 1987.08.10-13 in Edogawa, Sogo Bunka Center. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Canyon Classics C28R0150 [1988]

Kawakubo, Tamaki (violin) / National Symphony Orchestra of Russia / Liss, Dmitri (conductor)
Recorded 2002 live in Moscow, Conservatory, Great Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Triton DICC 25003 [2002]

Kawakubo, Tamaki (violin) / New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra / Shimono, Tatsua (conductor)
Recorded 2004.04.12-14 in Tokyo, Sumida Triphony Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Avex AVCL 25018 [2004]
  • CD — Avex AVCL 84056 [2014]

Kennedy, Nigel (violin) / London Philharmonic Orchestra / Kamu, Okko (conductor)
Recorded 1985.04.14-15 in London, Walthamstow Assembly Hall. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — EMI EMX 2100 1 [1986]
  • CD — EMI 5 00962 2 [2007]
  • CD — EMI 5 57399 2 [2002] (movt. II only)
  • CD — EMI 7 47623 2 [1986]
  • CD — EMI 7 54127 2 [1992]
  • CD — EMI 7 54559 2 [1992]
  • CD — EMI 7 54890 2 [1993]
  • CD — EMI 7 64887 2 [1993]

Kim, Chin (violin) / Symphony Orchestra of Russia / Freeman, Paul (conductor)
Recorded 1993.09 in Moscow, Radio Union Great Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Fanfare 3535 [1995]

Kim, Seung Ho (violin) / Philharmonic Youth Orchestra Nordrhein-Westfalen / Stephani, Martin (conductor)
Recorded 1976.10.20-27 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — RTB JM 03 04

Kim, Yoon-Hee (violin) / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Wordsworth, Barry (conductor)
Recorded 2013.04.19-20 in London, Cadogan Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 36 bars).

  • CD — RPO SP 046 [2013]

Kino, Masayuki (violin) / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra / Wit, Antoni (conductor)
Recorded 1991.04.24-26 in Katowice, Center of Arts. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Exton OVCL 00363 [2014]

Klimov, Valery (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Kondrashin, Kirill (conductor)
Recorded 1958 live. Original version.

  • CD — Moscow State Conservatoire SMC CD 0003/4

Klimov, Valery (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Kitayenko, Dmitry (conductor)
Recorded 1977. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Melodiya С 10 09793/4 [1977]
  • CD — Melodiya MELCD 10 01860 [2011]

Klimov, Valery (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Eliasberg, Kurt (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1958 or earlier). Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Artia MK 1502 [1960]
  • 33 (12″) — Melodiya Д 04302/3 [1958]
  • 33 (12″) — Opus TW 844 [1964]

Koeckert, Nicolas (violin) / Pusan Philharmonic Orchestra / Kwak, Sung (conductor)
Recorded 2001.09.14 live in Pusan, Cultural Center, Main Hall. Original version.

  • CD — CM Productions 19814

Kogan, Leonid (violin) / Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra / Nebolsin, Vasily (conductor)
Recorded 1950.10.01. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (10″) — Telefunken TW 30 220 (as “Staatliches Sinfonie-Orchester Der UdSSR”)
  • 33 (12″) — Classics Club X 1029 [1962] (as “Ferdinand Pagani” with “Classics Club Philharmonic Orchestra”, conductor “Paul Libert”)
  • 33 (12″) — Classic Platten Club 5022 (as “Moscow Symphony Orchestra” and “The Radio Symphony Orchestra”)
  • 33 (12″) — Saga XID 5022 [1958] (as “Soviet State Radio Symphony Orchestra”)
  • 33 (12″) — USSR Д 01237/8 [1953] (as “All-Union Radio Symphony Orchestra”)
  • CD — Arlecchino ARL 7 [1994] (as “USSR Radio & TV Symphony Orchestra”)
  • CD — Brilliant Classics 93030 (as “USSR State TV & Radio Symphony Orchestra”)
  • CD — Brilliant Classics 93980 [2011] (as “USSR State Radio Symphony Orchestra”)
  • CD — EMI 0946 351922 2 3 [2006]
  • CD — IDIS 6557 [2008] (as “Grand Symphony Orchestra of Radio & Television”)
  • CD — Melodiya С 10 30919 004 [1990]
  • CD — Monopole MONO 021 [2008] (as ” Paris National Symphony Orchestra”, conductor Aleksandr Gauk)
  • CD — Russian Revelation RV 10019 [1996]
  • CD — Triton DMCC 24019 [1996]

Kogan, Leonid (violin) / Paris Conservatoire Orchestra / Vandernoot, André (conductor)
Recorded 1956.06.03-04 in Paris, Théâtre Apollo. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Columbia 33 CX 1546 [1958]
  • 33 (10″) — Columbia FC 1051
  • CD — EMI 0946 351922 2 3 [2006]
  • CD — Testament SBT 1224 [2002]
  • CD — Warner Classics 9029 54145 6

Kogan, Leonid (violin) / Paris Conservatoire Orchestra / Silvestri, Constantin (conductor)
Recorded 1959.11.10-28 in Paris, Salle Wagram. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Classics for Pleasure CFP 40083 [1974]
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia 33 CX 1711 [1962]
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia SAX 2323 [1962]
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia SAXF 137
  • CD — EMI 5 69695 2 [1997]
  • CD — EMI 5 74591 2 [2001]
  • CD — EMI 5 74691 2 [2001]
  • CD — EMI 7 67732 2 [1993]
  • CD — EMI 7 67822 2 [1994]
  • CD — Melodiya MELCD 10 02328 [2015]

Koh, Jennifer (violin) / Moscow State Symphony Orchestra / Anisimov, Aleksandr (conductor)
Recorded 1994.06.29 live in Moscow. Original version.

  • CD — Pioneer Classics PICC-1001 [1994]

Koh, Jennifer (violin) / Odense Symphony Orchestra / Vedernikov, Aleksandr (conductor)
Recorded 2015.09.14-17 in Odense, Concert House, Carl Nielsen Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Cedille CDR 90000 166 [2016]

Kopatchinskaja, Patricia (violin) / MusicAeterna / Currentzis, Teodor (conductor)
Recorded 2014.04.27-05.01 in Perm, Tchaikovsky State Opera and Ballet Theatre. Original version.

  • CD — Sony Classical 88875 16512 2 [2016]
  • CD — Sony Classical SICC 30254 [2016]

Korcia, Laurent (violin) / Liège Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Kantorow, Jean-Jacques (conductor)
Recorded 2011.07 in Liège, Salle Philharmonique. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Naïve NC 40040 [2013]
  • CD — Naïve V 5280 [2011]

Körner, Günther [*] (violin) / Bamberg Philharmonic Orchestra [*] / Radtke, Werner [*] (conductor)

See above under Holmes, Ralph.

Kremer, Gidon (violin) / USSR State Symphony Orchestra / Temirkanov, Yury (conductor)
Recorded 1970 live in Moscow, Conservatory, Great Hall. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Eurodisc 25 939 HK
  • 33 (12″) — Eurodisc 80 979 XK

Kremer, Gidon (violin) / Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra / Kitayenko, Dmitry (conductor)
Recorded 1971 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • CD — Point Classics LM 1306 [1995]

Kremer, Gidon (violin) / Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra / Mansurov, Fuat (conductor)
Recorded 1976. Version unidentified.

  • CD — Yedang Classics Korea YCC 0029

Kremer, Gidon (violin) / Berlin Philharmonic / Maazel, Lorin (conductor)
Recorded 1979.12.01-03 in Berlin, Philharmonie. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon 2532 001 [1980]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 400 027 2 [1983]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 431 601 2 [1991]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 431 609 2 [1991]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 459 0432 [1989]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 459 0702 [1998]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 469 2722 [2001]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 479 6316 [2016]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon UCCG 3291 [2001]

Krysa, Oleh (violin) / Polish Radio Orchestra / Stryja, Karol (conductor)
Recording date unknown (2001 or earlier). Version unidentified.

  • CD — Cambria CD 1434 [2001]

Kulenkampff, Georg (violin) / Deutsches Opernhaus Orchester Berlin / Rother, Artur (conductor)
Recorded 1939.04.06. Matrix 24158/65. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • 78 (12″) — Telefunken E 3010/3
  • 78 (12″) — Ultraphon F 18094/7
  • 33 (12″) — Telefunken GMA 101 [1966]
  • CD — Documents 600416
  • CD — Dutton Laboratories CDBP 9800 [2010]

Kulka, Konstanty (violin) / Silesian Philharmonic / Blaszczyk, Miroslaw Jacek (conductor)
Recorded 2008.06 in Katowice, Karol Stryja Concert Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Dux DUX 0675 [2008]

Laurane, Marcel [*] (violin) / Europa Orchestra [*] / Westermann, Hans-Ludwig [*] (conductor)

See above under Grumiaux, Arthur.

Lee, Moonkyung (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Vaupotić, Miran (conductor)
Recorded 2016.06.20 in London, The Angel Studios. Original version.

  • CD — Navona NV 6079 [2017]

Li, Chuanyun(violin) / China National Symphony Orchestra / Li, Xin Chao (conductor)
Recording date unknown (2003 or earlier). Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • CD — Milan M2 36016 [2003] (movt. III only)
  • CD — Warner Classics 5050466 6683 2 5 [2003] (movt. III only)

Libert, Yvonne [*] (violin) / Metz Symphonic Ensemble [*] / Moret, Francois [*] (conductor)

See above under Kogan, Leonid (1950)

List, Karl [*] (violin) / Philharmonic Orchestra [*] / Berendt, Joseph [*] (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1954 or earlier). Original version (Finale cut by 8 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Allegro ALG 3054 [1954]

Lozakovich, Daniel (violin) / National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia / Spivakov, Vladimir (conductor)
Recorded 2019.04 live in Moscow, International Performing Arts Center, Svetlanov Hall.

  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 483 6086 [2019]

Lubotsky, Mark (violin) / Estonian National Symphony Orchestra / Volmer, Arvo (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1998 or earlier). Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Globe GLO 5174 [1998]

Luzzato, Wanda (violin) / RAI Milan Symphony Orchestra / Kurtz, Efrem (conductor)
Recorded 1960.03.25 live in Milan, Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi, Sala Grande. Auer version (Finale cut by 88 bars).

  • CD — Rhine Classics RH 002 [2017]

Maehashi, Teiko (violin) / Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra / Asahina, Takashi (conductor)
Recorded 1972.01.06-17. Auer version (Finale cut by 76 bars).

  • 33 (7″) — Gakken SG 545

Maehashi, Teiko (violin) / Tonhalle Orchestra Zürich / Eschenbach, Christoph (conductor)
Recorded 1984.09.03-04. Original version.

  • CD — CBS 28 DC 5232 [1985]

Malian, Luudmila (violin) / Saint Petersburg Gubernatorial Orchestra / Gorkovenko, Stanislav (conductor)
Recording date unknown. Original version.

  • CD — Mazur Media INF 13 (as “Saint Petersburg RTV Orchestra”)

Marcel, Renee [*] (violin) / Europa Symphony Orchestra [*] / unidentified conductor
Recording date unknown. Version unidentified.

  • 33 (12″) — Plymouth P12 121

Marcovici, Silvia (violin) / South-West German Radio Symphony Orchestra / Mandeal, Cristian (conductor)
Recorded 1996.05 live. Original version.

  • CD — Doremi DHR 7942/4 [2009]

Martin, Michaela (violin) / USSR State Symphony Orchestra / Jordania, Vakhtang (conductor)
Recorded 1978.07 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Eurodisc 300 228 370 [1978]

Mazurkevich, Yury (violin) / Kiev Camerata / Baley, Virko (conductor)
Recorded 2000.06.15-22 in Kiev, National Radio Hall. Original version.

  • CD — TNC Recordings Cambria TNCCD 1453 [2001]

Melnikov, Alexander (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Rozhdestvensky, Gennady (conductor)
Recorded 1962 live in Moscow. Original version.

  • CD — Multisonic 310239 2 [1994]

Menuhin, Yehudi (violin) / RIAS Symphony Orchestra Berlin / Fricsay, Ferenc (conductor)
Recorded live 1949.08.22 in Berlin (radio broadcast).

  • CD — CRQ Editions CRQ CD 249 [2016]

Menuhin, Yehudi (violin) / RIAS Symphony Orchestra Berlin / Fricsay, Ferenc (conductor)
Recorded 1949.09.24 in Berlin, Titania-Palast. Finale cut by 254 bars.

  • 33 (12″) — Golden Masterworks GCL 04
  • CD — Audite 95 588 [2008]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 445 409 2 [1994]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 463 1752 [1999]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 479 2691 [2014]

Menuhin, Yehudi (violin) / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Boult, Adrian (conductor)
Recorded 1959.02.17-18 in London, Kingsway Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • CD — Warner Classics 02564 6777781 [2016]
  • CD — Warner Classics 825646 782741 [2016]

Menuhin, Yehudi (violin) / Lucerne Festival Orchestra / Fricsay, Ferenc (conductor)
Recorded 1961.08.16 live in Lucerne, Kunsthaus. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Tahra TAH 732/3 [2012]

Meyer, Pierre [*] (violin) / Cincinnati Promenade Symphony Orchestra [*] / Groth, Peter [*] (conductor)

See above under Kogan, Leonid (1950)

Midori (violin) / Berlin Philharmonic / Abbado, Claudio (conductor)
Recorded 1995.03.07-11 live in Berlin, Philharmonie. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Sony Classical 88875 18340 2
  • CD — Sony Classical SK 68338 [1998]
  • CD — Sony Classical SRCR 2259 [1998]

Migiwako, Maebashi (violin) / Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra / Asahina, Takashi (conductor)
Recorded 1972.01.16-17 in Osaka, Minoh Civic center. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Gakken SG 545

Milanova, Vanya (violin) / Sofia Festival Orchestra / Kovatchev, Julian (conductor)
Recorded 1994.08.28-30 in Sofia, Bulgaria Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Real Sound RS 951 0066 [1996]

Milstein, Nathan (violin) / Chicago Symphony Orchestra / Stock, Frederick (conductor)
Recorded 1940.03.06 in Chicago, Orchestra Hall. Matrix WXCO 26604/11. Auer version (Finale cut by 144 bars).

  • 78 (12″) — Columbia 11276/9
  • 78 (12″) — Columbia 11280/3
  • 78 (12″) — Columbia 11284/7
  • 78 (12″) — Columbia 30 5015/8
  • 78 (12″) — Columbia C 20044/7
  • 78 (12″) — Columbia D 45
  • 78 (12″) — Columbia JS 126/9
  • 78 (12″) — Columbia LX 25014/7
  • 78 (12″) — Columbia M 413
  • 78 (12″) — Columbia ML 4053
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia RL 3032 [1954]
  • CD — Biddulph LAB 063 [1992]
  • CD — Dante LYS 104
  • CD — Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6589 [2010]
  • CD — Naxos 8 110977 [2003]
  • CD — Pearl GEMMCD 9260 [1996]
  • CD — Strings QT 99 331 [1997]
  • CD — The Red Box THERB 425 [2007] (movts. II and III only)

Milstein, Nathan (violin) / Boston Symphony Orchestra / Munch, Charles (conductor)
Recorded 1953.03.29 in Boston, Symphony Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 144 bars, some alterations in movt. I).

  • 33 (12″) — RCA LM 1760
  • 33 (12″) — RCA VIC 1003 [1962]
  • CD — Naxos 8 111259 [2007]
  • CD — RCA 88875 16979 2 [2016]
  • CD — RCA BVCC 37348

Milstein, Nathan (violin) / Gürzenich Orchestra Cologne / Cluytens, Andre (conductor)
Recorded 1953.09.07 live in Montreux. Finale cut by 144 bars.

  • CD — Cascavelle RSR 6193 [2005]

Milstein, Nathan (violin) / Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra / Steinberg, William (conductor)
Recorded 1959.04.06 in Pittsburgh, Syria Mosque. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Capitol CLP 8512
  • 33 (12″) — Capitol P 8512 [1960]
  • 33 (12″) — Capitol PBR 8502 [1959]
  • 33 (12″) — Capitol SP 8512 [1960]
  • 33 (12″) — Capitol SPBR 8502 [1959]
  • 33 (12″) — HMV SXLP 00000 [1976]
  • CD — EMI 7 64830 2 [1993]

Milstein, Nathan (violin) / Prague Philharmonic Orchestra / Maazel, Lorin (conductor)
Recorded 1959 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Doron Music DRC 4027/8 [2015]
  • DL — Documents 285963 [2019]

Milstein, Nathan (violin) / Czech Philharmonic / Ančerl, Karel (conductor)
Recorded 1962.09.05 live in Montreux, Grande salle du Pavillon. Auer version (Finale cut by 76 bars).

  • CD — Tahra TAH 755/6 [2013]

Milstein, Nathan (violin) / Chicago Symphony Orchestra / Hendl, Walter (conductor)
Recorded 1963.01.06 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • DVD — VAI VAI 4279 [2004]

Milstein, Nathan (violin) / National Orchestra of French Radio / Martinon, Jean (conductor)
Recorded 1969.06.04 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Doremi DHR 7752 [2013]

Milstein, Nathan (violin) / Vienna Philharmonic / Abbado, Claudio (conductor)
Recorded 1972.09.11-13 in Vienna, Musikverein, Großer Saal. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon 2530 359 [1973]
  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon 2736 010 [1978]
  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon 419 067 1 [1986]
  • 33 (12″) — Melodiya С 10 06021/2 [1975]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 413 161 2 [1991]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 419 067 2 [1987]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 439 420 2 [1993]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 453 1422 [1986]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 460 619 2 [1999]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 477 5914 [2006]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 479 1048 [2013]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 479 4646 [2015]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 483 6164 [2018]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 483 6312 [2019]

Minchev, Mincho (violin) / Sofia Philharmonic / Manolov, Dimiter (conductor)
Recording date unknown. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Balkanton BCA 10275

Miura, Fumiaki (violin) / German Symphony Orchestra Berlin / Lintu, Hannu (conductor)
Recorded 2015.06.11-13 in Berlin, Teldex Studio. Original version.

  • CD — Avex AVCL 25878 [2015]

Morini, Erica (violin) / New York Philharmonic Orchestra / Stravinsky, Igor (conductor)
Recorded 1940.01.07 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 144 bars).

  • CD — Doremi DHR 7772 [2001]

Morini, Erica (violin) / Chicago Symphony Orchestra / Defauw, Désiré (conductor)
Recorded 1945.12.12 in Chicago, Orchestra Hall. Matrix D5 RC 1646/53. Auer version (Finale cut by 144 bars).

  • 78 (12″) — Victor 11 9867/70
  • 78 (12″) — Victor M 1168
  • 33 (12″) — Bluebird LBC 1061 [1954]
  • CD — Biddulph 80168 [2000]

Morini, Erica (violin) / RIAS Symphony Orchestra Berlin / Fricsay, Ferenc (conductor)
Recorded 1952.10.13 live in Berlin, Titania-Palast. Auer version (Finale cut by 144 bars).

  • CD — Audite 95 606 [2010]

Morini, Erica (violin) / New York Philharmonic Orchestra / Szell, Georg (conductor)
Recorded 1955.12.25 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 144 bars).

  • CD — Arbiter 164 [2017]

Morini, Erica (violin) / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Rodzinski, Artur (conductor)
Recorded 1956.09.20-25 in London, Walthamstow Assembly Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 144 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — HMV SXLP 20053 [1964]
  • 33 (12″) — HMV XLP 20053 [1964]
  • 33 (12″) — Westminster WST 14017 [1959] (as “Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of London”)
  • 33 (12″) — Westminster XWN 18397 [1957] (as “Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of London”)
  • 33 (12″) — Westminster XWN 18734
  • CD — Decca Korea DG 40044 [2013]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 471 200 2 [2001]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 479 2343 [2014]
  • CD — MCA Classics MCD 99829 [1990] (as “Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of London”)
  • CD — Millennium Classics MCD 80101 [1997]
  • CD — Westminster DG 40030
  • CD — Westminster MVCZ 10101 [2000]

Morini, Erica (violin) / National Orchestra of French Radio / Horenstein, Jascha (conductor)
Recorded 1957.12.19 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 144 bars).

  • CD — Music & Arts CD 1116 [2002]

Mullova, Viktoria (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Shostakovich, Maksim (conductor)
Recorded 1985.02.09 live in London, Barbican Hall. Version unidentified.

  • LDPioneer PLMCB 0055 1 [1992]

Mullova, Viktoria (violin) / Boston Symphony Orchestra / Ozawa, Seiji (conductor)
Recorded 1985.10.17-19 in Boston, Symphony Hall. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Philips 416 821 1 [1986]
  • CD — Decca 478 4614 [2012]
  • CD — Decca 478 6713 [2014]
  • CD — Decca UCCD 7357
  • CD — Philips 416 821 2 [1986]
  • CD — Philips 464 7412 [2001]
  • CD — Philips 482 0410 [2014]
  • CD — Philips PHCP 20224 [1986]
  • CD — Universal CFM FW 041 [2008]

Mussakhajayeva, Aiman (violin) / Vienna Symphony / Silva, Manuel Hernandez (conductor)
Recorded 2009.04.07-08 in Vienna, Baumgartner Casino. Original version (uncut with small alterations).

  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 481 0313 [2013]

Muto, Yoriko (violin) / Baden-Baden Philharmonic / Stiefel, Werner (conductor)
Recorded 2003.11.01 live in Baden-Baden, Kurhaus, Weinbrennersaal. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • CD — Bella Musica BM 31 2392 [2003]

Mutter, Anne-Sophie (violin) / Vienna Philharmonic / Karajan, Herbert von (conductor)
Recorded 1988.08.15 live in Salzburg, Großes Festspielhaus. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon 419 241 1 [1988]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 479 8160 [2017]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 419 241 2 [1988]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 477 7540 [1988] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 477 7572 [1988]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 477 9471 [2011]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon GS 55/56 [2006]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon POCG 1346 [1988]

Mutter, Anne-Sophie (violin) / Vienna Philharmonic / Previn, André (conductor)
Recorded 2003.09 live in Vienna, Musikverein. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 474 5152 [2004]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 477 5152 [2004]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 477 9491 [2011]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 479 6834 [2006] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon UCCG 1206 [2004]
  • SACD — Deutsche Grammophon 474 8742 [2011]
  • SACD — Deutsche Grammophon 477 9730 [2004] (movt. III only)
  • CD — Decca UCCG 52120 [2018]

Nabakov, Boris (violin) / Capella Classica / Usedruuf, Bernhard (conductor)
Recording date unknown. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Sastruphon SM 007063

Nadien, David (violin) / New York Philharmonic Orchestra / Bernstein, Leonard (conductor)
Recorded 1966.10.08 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • CD/DVD — Cembal d’Amour CD 130 [2008]

Nemtanu, Sarah (violin) / National Orchestra of France / Masur, Kurt (conductor)
Recorded 2012.04 live in Paris, Theatre du Chatelet. Original version.

  • CD — Naïve V 5325 [2013]

Nikkanen, Kurt (violin) / London Philharmonic Orchestra / Simonov, Yury (conductor)
Recorded 1990.03 in London, Abbey Road Studios. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Collins Classics 1128 2 [1990]

Nishizaki, Takako (violin) / Slovak Philharmonic / Jean, Kenneth (conductor)
Recorded 1988.07 in Bratislava, Slovak Philharmonic, Concert Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Naxos 8 550153 [1988]
  • CD — Naxos 8 551145 [1991] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Naxos 8 552117/18 [2005] (movt. III only)
  • CD — Naxos 8 552216 [1996] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Naxos 8 556627 [1998] (movt. III only)
  • CD — Naxos 8 556652 [1997] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Naxos 8 570081 [2005] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Naxos 8 572951 [2012]
  • DL — Naxos 9 40352 [2013] (movt. III only)

Novak, Jan [*] (violin) / Münchner Symphoniker [*] / Starek, Milan [*] (conductor)

See above under Holmes, Ralph.

Odnoposoff, Ricardo (violin) / Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra [*] / Goehr, Walter (conductor)
Recorded 1952.04-11. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • 33 (10″) — Concert Hall CM 34 [1962]
  • 33 (10″) — Concert Hall MMS 34 [1962]
  • 33 (10″) — Guilde Internationale du Disque MMS 34 [1955]
  • 33 (12″) — Guilde Internationale du Disque SMS 3056 (as “Orchestre Philharmonique D’Amsterdam”)
  • 33 (12″) — Meisterwerke Der Musik SA 9618
  • 33 (10″) — Musical Masterpiece Society MMS 34
  • 33 (10″) — Musical Masterworks Society MMS 34
  • 33 (12″) — Prestige de la Musique SR 9618 (as “Orchestre Philharmonique D’Amsterdam”)
  • CD — Documents 600476 [2018]
  • CD — Doremi DHR 7874/9 [2006]

Oistrakh, David (violin) / USSR State Symphony Orchestra / Gauk, Aleksandr (conductor)
Recorded 1938 in Moscow. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 78 (12″) — Supraphon 40105/9 [1950] (as “Moscow State Philharmonic Orchestra”)
  • 78 (12″) — USSR 06451/6 (movt. I), 06463/6 (movts. II, III) [1938] (as “Orchestra of the Moscow State Philharmonia”)
  • 78 (12″) — Compass C 201 [1946] (as “Moscow State Philharmonic Orchestra”)
  • 33 (12″) — Colosseum CRLP 10010
  • 33 (12″) — Colosseum CRLP 101 (as “National Philharmonic Orchestra”)
  • 33 (12″) — Fidelio ATL 4067
  • 33 (12″) — Hall of Fame HOFS 501
  • 33 (12″) — Hollywood LPG-3505
  • 33 (12″) — Musidisc RC 812
  • 33 (12″) — Period SHO 307
  • 33 (12″) — Schallplattengilde AGL 1346
  • 33 (12″) — Super Majestic BBH 1 060
  • 33 (12″) — Vox MV 224
  • CD — Dante LYS 331/4 (as “Orchestra of the Moscow State Philharmonia”)
  • CD — IDIS 6396 [2003]
  • CD — Russian Disc RDCD 15002 [1993] (as “All-Union Radio Orchestra”, dated 1939)

Oistrakh, David (violin) / Dresden Staatskapelle / Konwitschny, Franz (conductor)
Recorded 1954.02.10-11 in Dresden, Lukaskirche. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon 2726 087 [1981] (as “Dresden State Orchestra”)
  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon DGM 18196 [1955] (as “Sächsische Staatskapelle, Dresden”)
  • 33 (12″) — Deutsche Grammophon LPM 18196
  • 33 (12″) — Eterna LPM 1014 [1955]
  • 33 (12″) — Heliodor 478437 [1963]
  • 33 (12″) — Musical Rendezvous Contour 2870 124 [1971]
  • 33 (12″) — Vinyl Passion VPC 85067 [2019]
  • 33 (10″) — Deutsche Grammophon LPE 17163 [1959] (as “Saxon State Orchestra”)
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 423 399 2 [1988]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 447 427 2 [1995]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 477 8167 [2009]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 477 8417 [2009]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 479 3449 [2014]
  • CD — Profil Medien PH 05011 [2005]

Oistrakh, David (violin) / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Sargent, Malcolm (conductor)
Recorded 1954.11.29 in Maida Vale, BBC Studios. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — ICA Classics ICAC 5159 [2019]

Oistrakh, David (violin) / Stockholm Festival Orchestra / Kletzki, Paul (conductor)
Recorded 1955.09.28 live in Stockholm. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Medici Arts MM 0182 [2007]

Oistrakh, David (violin) / USSR State Symphony Orchestra / Kondrashin, Kirill (conductor)
Recorded 1957. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (10″) — Telefunken TW 30170
  • 33 (12″) — Allegro 1640
  • 33 (12″) — Eurodisc 77 297 ZK
  • 33 (12″) — Eurodisc 87 693 XAK
  • 33 (12″) — Everest 3375
  • 33 (12″) — Melodiya С 10 09367/8 [1977] (movt. III only)
  • 33 (12″) — TAP T-301
  • 33 (12″) — USSR Д 03820/1 [1957]
  • CD — Hänssler PH 18046 [2018]
  • CD — Melodiya 74321 17084 2 [1993]
  • CD — Melodiya MELCD 10 00583 [1994]
  • CD — Melodiya MELCD 10 02013 [2012]
  • CD — Melodiya MELCD 10 02261 [2014]
  • CD — Melodiya SUCD 10 00239 [1991]

Oistrakh, David (violin) / Warsaw Philharmonic / Skrowaczewski, Stanislaw (conductor)
Recorded 1957.11.29 live in Warsaw, Philharmonic Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Andromeda ANDRCD 5120
  • CD — Archipel ARPCD 0474 [2011]

Oistrakh, David (violin) / Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra / Samosud, Samuil (conductor)
Recorded 1958. Auer version (Finale cut by 242 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Animato AGL 1019
  • 33 (12″) — Bastei BDGM 5
  • 33 (12″) — Bravo K 130 (as “Sasha Bulov” with “Hamburg Festival Symphony Orchestra”, conductor “Amleto Toscali”)
  • 33 (12″) — Classics International CIS-1818
  • 33 (12″) — Murray Hill S-2760
  • 33 (12″) — Period STP 5212
  • 33 (12″) — Schallplattengilde AGL 1019
  • 33 (12″) — Vox PL 16 160
  • 33 (12″) — Vox PL 516 160
  • CD — Preludio PHC 3135 [1987]
  • CD — Tuxedo TUXCD 1052 [1990]

Oistrakh, David (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Kondrashin, Kirill (conductor)
Recorded 1958 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (10″) — Melodiya Д 14619/20 [1964]
  • 33 (10″) — Mezhdunarodnaya Kniga MK 1054 [1964]
  • CD — Melodiya VDC 1125 [1986]
  • CD — Melodiya VICC 2017 [1990]

Oistrakh, David (violin) / Philadelphia Orchestra / Ormandy, Eugene (conductor)
Recorded 1959.12.24 in Philadelphia, Broadwood Hotel. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — CBS 61628 [1975]
  • 33 (12″) — CBS 77357 [1973]
  • 33 (12″) — CBS BRG 72064 [1962]
  • 33 (12″) — CBS SBRG 72064 [1962]
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia ML 5698 [1962]
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia MS 6298 [1962]
  • CD — Alto ALC 1354 [2017]
  • CD — CBS CD 44854 [1989]
  • CD — CBS M2YK 46460 [1990]
  • CD — CBS MPK 44854 [1988]
  • CD — Sony Classical 88697 00812 2 [2006]
  • CD — Sony Classical 88697 33453 2 [2008]
  • CD — Sony Classical 88697 85816 2 [2011]
  • CD — Sony Classical CD 46339 [1990]
  • CD — Sony Classical CD 46460 [1990]
  • CD — Sony Classical SBK 46339 [1990]

Oistrakh, David (violin) / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Del Mar, Norman (conductor)
Recorded 1960.01.19 live in London, Royal Albert Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — BBC BBCL 4102 2 [2002]

Oistrakh, David (violin) / Portuguese Symphony Orchestra / Freitas Branco, Pedro de (conductor)
Recorded 1960.06.27 live in Lisbon, Coliseu dos Recreios. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Portugalsom SP 4084 [1995]

Oistrakh, David (violin) / National Orchestra of French Radio / Dervaux, Pierre (conductor)
Recorded 1960.03.07 live in Paris, Palais de Chaillot. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Forgotten Records FR 557 [2011]

Oistrakh, David (violin) / RAI Turin Symphony Orchestra / Kempe, Rudolf (conductor)
Recorded 1963.03.26 live in Torino, RAI. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Frequenz 041 011 [1989]

Oistrakh, David (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Rozhdestvensky, Gennady (conductor)
Recorded 1968.09.27 live in Moscow, Conservatory, Great Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — HMV SXLP 30220 [1977]
  • 33 (12″) — Melodiya С 01779/80 [1969]
  • CD — Brilliant Classics 9056 [2008]
  • CD — Brilliant Classics 9239
  • CD — Brilliant Classics 92609
  • CD — Brilliant Classics 93980 [2011]
  • CD — Chant du Monde LDC 278 884 [1987]
  • CD — Melodiya 74321 34178 2 [1997]
  • CD — Melodiya 74321 40710 2 [1997]
  • CD — Melodiya 74321 46968 2
  • CD — Melodiya BVCX 4087 [1997]
  • CD — Melodiya MELCD 10 00740
  • CD — Melodiya MELCD 10 01931
  • CD — Praga PRD 250 325 [2016]
  • SACD — Praga DSD 250 325
  • DVD — EMI DVB 5996859 [2004]

Oistrakh, David (violin) / London Philharmonic Orchestra / Shostakovich, Maksim (conductor)
Recorded 1972.11.26 live in London, Royal Albert Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — BBC BBCL 4267 2 [2009]

Oistrakh, Igor (violin) / Pro Arte Orchestra / Schüchter, Wilhelm (conductor)
Recorded 1957.03.20-22 in London, Walthamstow Assembly Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Angel 35517
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia 33 CX 1594 [1958]
  • CD — Documents 600518 [2019]
  • CD — Forgotten Records FR 639 [2011]

Oistrakh, Igor (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Frühbeck de Burgos, Rafael (conductor)
Recorded 1989.04.07-08 in London, Henry Wood Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Collins Classics 1046 2 [1990]
  • CD — Collins Classics 1311 2 [1992]

Oistrakh, Igor (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Oistrakh, David (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1965 or earlier). Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — HMV ASD 2813 [1972]
  • 33 (12″) — Eurodisc 62308
  • 33 (12″) — Melodiya С 01243/4 [1965]

Oistrakh, Igor (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Kondrashin, Kirill (conductor)
Recorded 1967.04.20 live in Tokyo, Bunka Kaikan. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Altus ALT 066 [2003]

Olof, Theo (violin) / Frysk Orchestra / Pešek, Libor (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1973 or earlier). Finale cut by 98 bars.

  • 33 (12″) — EMI 037 26177 [1973]

Ozim, Igor (violin) / Zagreb Philharmonic / Horvat, Milan (conductor)
Recording date unknown. Version unidentified.

  • 33 (12″) — Jugoton 2233

Pagani, Ferdinand [*] (violin) / Classics Club Philharmonic Orchestra [*] / Libert, Paul [*] (conductor)

See above under Kogan, Leonid (1950)

Paraschkevov, Vesselin (violin) / Sofia Philharmonic / Tabakov, Émil (conductor)
Recorded 1996.05.01-02 in Sofia, Sala Bulgaria. Auer version (Finale cut by 36 bars).

  • CD — Telos TLS 010 [1998]

Pasquier, Régis (violin) / Baltic Chamber Orchestra / Leducq-Barôme, Emmanuel (conductor)
Recorded 2007.05 in Saint Petersburg. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Calliope CAL 9375 [2008]
  • CD — Saphir Productions LVC 1173 [2011]

Pauk, György (violin) / London Philharmonic Orchestra / Staern, Gunnar (conductor)
Recorded 1961.03.31-04.03 in London, Walthamstow Assembly Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Alshire ASC 834
  • 33 (12″) — Pye GGL 0119 [1962]
  • 33 (12″) — Stereo Fidelity ASC 10012

Pelassy, Frederic (violin) / Slovak Philharmonic / Režucha, Bystrík (conductor)
Recorded 1995.01 in Kosice. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — BNL BNL 112874 [1995]

Perlman, Itzhak (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Wallenstein, Alfred (conductor)
Recorded 1967.04.18-19 in London, Kingsway Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Capriccio 43 3318 [1986] (movt. II only)
  • 33 (12″) — Quintessence PMC 7056 [1978]
  • 33 (12″) — Reader’s Digest EIRS 9671 [1976]
  • 33 (12″) — Reader’s Digest GTCH 8A [1978]
  • 33 (12″) — Reader’s Digest GTCHA 30 [1983]
  • 33 (12″) — Reader’s Digest RD 4 178 [1976]
  • 33 (12″) — Reader’s Digest RDA 60 [1967]
  • 33 (12″) — Reader’s Digest RDA 178 A [1976]
  • 33 (12″) — Reader’s Digest RDS 9383 [1977]
  • CD — Capriccio 57 122 4 [1988] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Chesky CD 12 [1990]
  • CD — Chesky CG 9012 [1995]
  • CD — Menuet 160024 2 [1989]
  • CD — Profil Medien PH 04089 [2004]
  • CD — Reader’s Digest 20206881 2 [2006] (movt. III only)
  • CD — Reader’s Digest RDCD 1423 [1996]
  • CD — Reader’s Digest RDCD 1461 [1996]

Perlman, Itzhak (violin) / Boston Symphony Orchestra / Leinsdorf, Erich (conductor)
Recorded 1967.12.18-19. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — RCA LSB 4066 [1972]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA SB 6768 [1968]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA VCS 2000 [1982]
  • CD — RCA 99567 5
  • CD — RCA 09026 63591 2 [2000]
  • CD — RCA 82876 59419 2 [2004]
  • CD — RCA GD 86526 [1987]
  • CD — Sony Classical 88875 18338 2
  • CD — Sony Classical 88765 43888 2 [2013]

Perlman, Itzhak (violin) / American Symphony Orchestra / Stokowski, Leopold (conductor)
Recorded 1972.05.09 live in New York, Carnegie Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • CD — CRQ Editions CRQ CD 293/4 [2017]

Perlman, Itzhak (violin) / Philadelphia Orchestra / Ormandy, Eugene (conductor)
Recorded 1978.11.11-13 in Philadelphia, Old ‘Met’. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — HMV ASD 3726 [1979]
  • 33 (12″) — HMV 291052 1 [1987]
  • CD — EMI 5 56150 2 [1996]
  • CD — EMI 5 62591 2 [2003]
  • CD — EMI 7 47106 2 [1985]
  • CD — EMI 7 64922 2 [1993]
  • CD — EMI 7 67700 2 [1993]
  • CD — EMI 7 67704 2 [1993]
  • CD — Musical Heritage Society 533540 Z
  • CD — Warner Classics 2564 615069 [2015]
  • CD — Warner Classics 4093902
  • CD — Warner Classics WPCS 13284

Perlman, Itzhak (violin) / Philadelphia Orchestra / Ormandy, Eugene (conductor)
Recorded 1979.06.13-14 live in Philadelphia, Academy of Music. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • DVD — EuroArts 206 1328 [2015]
  • DVD — EuroArts 207 2128 [2013]
  • DVD — EuroArts 209 7018 [2017]
  • LD — Philips 070 110 3 [1990]
  • LD — Philips 070 210 1 [1990]

Perlman, Itzhak (violin) / Israel Philharmonic Orchestra / Mehta, Zubin (conductor)
Recorded 1990.05.02 live in Leningrad, Philharmonic Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • CD — EMI 7 54108 2 [1990]
  • CD — Musical Heritage Society 513706 K [1994]
  • CD — Warner Classics 2564 615069 [2015]

Piastro, Mishel (violin) / New York Philharmonic Orchestra / Barbirolli, John (conductor)
Recorded 1942.03.29 live in New York, Carnegie Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 246 bars; alterations to movt. I cadenza).

  • CD — The Barbirolli Society SJB 1030/31 [2008]

Pitcairn, Elizabeth (violin) / Slovenia RTV Symphony Orchestra / Tung, Ling (conductor)
Recorded 1997.09 in Ljubljana, Slovene Philharmonic Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Sazas EP 001

Posselt, Ruth (violin) / Springfield Symphony Orchestra / Burgin, Richard (conductor)
Recorded 1944.05.07 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 80 bars).

  • CD — Music & Arts WHRA 6016 [2007]

Prihoda, Vasa (violin) / North German Radio Symphony Orchestra / Austin, Richard (conductor)
Recorded 1949.12.04-05 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 68 bars, alterations in movt. I).

  • CD — Documents 285490 [2019]
  • CD — Documents 600455 [2018]
  • CD — Podium Wendel POL 1004 2

Quint, Philippe (violin) / Sofia Philharmonic / Panteleyev, Martin (conductor)
Recorded 2013.01.14-17 in Sofia, Bulgaria Hall. Original version with small alterations to movts. I and II, and Finale in original and Auer versions.

  • SACD — Avanti Classic 10432 [2014]

Rabin, Michael (violin) / Philharmonia Orchestra / Galliera, Alceo (conductor)
Recorded 1956.06.11-13 in London, Hornsey Town Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 144 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Angel 35388 [1957]
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia 33 CX 1422 [1957]
  • 33 (12″) — Music for Pleasure MFP 2002 [1965]
  • CD — EMI 7 64123 2 [1991]
  • CD — Testament SBT 61471 [2011]

Rabin, Michael (violin) / Philadelphia Orchestra / Smith, William (conductor)
Recorded 1961.11.10 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Philadelphia Orchestra Association POA 100 [1999]

Rabin, Michael (violin) / Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra / Fjeldstad, Øivin (conductor)
Recorded 1964.10.29 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Doremi DHR 7970/1 [2010]

Rachlin, Julian (violin) / Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra / Fedoseyev, Vladimir (conductor)
Recorded 1994.02.14-20 live in Moscow, Conservatory. Original version.

  • CD — Sony Classical SK 66567 [1995]
  • CD — Sony Classical SRCR 9800 [1995]

Radulović, Nemanja (violin) / Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra / Goetzel, Sascha (conductor)
Recorded 2017.02-03 in Istanbul, Istinye Borusan Oto. Auer version (Finale cut by 36 bars).

  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 479 8089 [2017]
  • CD — Decca UCCG 1776 [2017]

Renardy, Ossy (violin) / National Orchestral Association / Barzin, Leon (conductor)
Recorded 1939.01.23 live in New York, Carnegie Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 244 bars).

  • CD — Meloclassic MC 2037 [2018]

Repin, Vadim (violin) / Novosibirsk Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra / Katz, Arnold (conductor)
Recorded 1986. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Melodiya C10 24763 006 [1986]
  • CD — Melodiya MELCD 10 00110 [2004]
  • CD — Melodiya MELCD 10 02121
  • CD — Melodiya SUCD 10 00110

Repin, Vadim (violin) / National Orchestra of Belgium / Octors, Georges (conductor)
Recorded 1989.05.29 live in Brussels, Centre for Fine Arts. Original version.

  • CD — Cypres CYP 9612 [2001]
  • CD — Cypres CYP 9613
  • CD — Muso MU 002 [2011]

Repin, Vadim (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Krivine, Emmanuel (conductor)
Recorded 1994.12.20-22 in London, St. Augustine’s Church, Kilburn. Original version (uncut with small alterations).

  • CD — Erato 0927 49553 2 [2002]
  • CD — Erato 4509 98537 2 [1996]
  • CD — Erato WPCS 4801 [1996]
  • CD — Warner Classics 0927 49142 2 [2002]
  • CD — Warner Classics 2564 617562 [2014]
  • CD — Warner Classics 2564 632632 [2006]

Repin, Vadim (violin) / Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra / Gergiev, Valery (conductor)
Recorded 2002.07.02-04 live in Mikkeli, Mikaeli-Martti Tavela Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Decca 473 3432 [2002]
  • CD — Decca UCCP 1069 [2002]
  • CD — En Larmes ELS 03426

Repin, Vadim (violin) / Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra / Rostropovich, Mstislav (conductor)
Recorded 2003.06.27. Original version.

  • CD — En Larmes ELS 03409/10

Repin, Vadim (violin) / Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra / Krivine, Emmanuel (conductor)
Recorded 2007.02.11. Original version.

  • CD — En Larmes ELS 08741

Ricci, Ruggiero (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Sargent, Malcolm (conductor)
Recorded 1950.01.26-27 in London, Kingsway Hall. Matrix AR 14550/7. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • 78 (12″) — Decca AX 336/9 [1951]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca DPA 505/6 [1974]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca LLP 172 (as “New Symphony Orchestra of London”)
  • 33 (12″) — Decca LXT 2509 [1950] (as “New Symphony Orchestra”)
  • 33 (12″) — Decca SPA 350 [1974] (movt. III only)
  • 33 (12″) — London Records LL 172 [1950]
  • 33 (12″) — Richmond B 19011 [1961]
  • 33 (12″) — Sung Eum SEL 0293 [1974] (movt. III only)
  • 33 (12″) — Telefunken K5R 1 [1962]
  • CD — Guild Historical GHCD 2425 [2016] (orch. as “New Symphony Orchestra”)
  • CD — Pearl GEM 0136 [2001]

Ricci, Ruggiero (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Sargent, Malcolm (conductor)
Recorded 1961.01.05-11 in London, Kingsway Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Decca ADD 126 [1965]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca DPA 505/6 [1974]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca LXT 5641 [1961]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca ND 373
  • 33 (12″) — Decca SDD 126 [1965]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca SDDA 126
  • 33 (12″) — Decca SXL 2279 [1961]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca SXLA 2279 [1961]
  • 33 (12″) — Eurodisc S 70 311 KK
  • 33 (12″) — Eurodisc 70310 KK
  • 33 (12″) — London Records CM 9284 [1962]
  • 33 (12″) — London Records CS 6215 [1962]
  • 33 (12″) — London Records STS 15544 [1981]
  • 33 (10″) — Decca BR 3110 [1962]
  • 33 (10″) — Decca SWL 8021 [1962]
  • CD — Decca 480 2083 [2010]
  • CD — Decca UCCD 7469 [2019]
  • CD — King International KICC 8525 [1995]

Ricci, Ruggiero (violin) / Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra / Fournet, Jean (conductor)
Recorded 1974.08 in Hilversum, AVRO Studio. Auer version (Finale cut by 80 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Decca SPC 21116 [1976]
  • 33 (12″) — Decca PFS 4345 [1975]
  • CD — Decca 417 687 2 [1988]
  • CD — Decca 436 5322 [1992]
  • CD — Decca 458 6452
  • CD — Decca 467 404 2 [2000]
  • CD — Decca 478 6769 [2014]

Ricci, Ruggiero (violin) / Orchestre dHarmonie de Paris / Seurre, Jacques (conductor)
Recorded live, date unknown (1991 or earlier). Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • CD — One-Eleven URS 91070 [1991]

Ricci, Ruggiero (violin) / Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra / Bakels, Kees (conductor)
Recorded 1997.06.06-07 in Katowice. Original version.

  • CD — Dynamic CDS 203 [1997]

Rosand, Aaron (violin) / Radio Luxembourg Symphony Orchestra / Froment, Louis de (conductor)
Recorded 1973.01 in Stuttgart, Südwest-Tonstudio. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Vox TV 34553
  • CD — Brilliant Classics 93980 [2011]
  • CD — Brilliant Classics 94650 [2014]
  • CD — Vox 7211 [2000]
  • CD — Vox CD3X 3025 [1993]
  • CD — Vox VOX 7211 [2012]

Roth, Linus (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Sanderling, Thomas (conductor)
Recorded 2016.05.02-04 in London, St. Luke’s Church. Original version.

  • SACD — Challenge Classics CC 72689 [2016]

Roussev, Svetlin (violin) / Sendai Philharmonic Orchestra / Umeda, Toshiaki (conductor)
Recorded 2001.05.12-06.09 in Sendai City, Youth Cultural Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Ongaku no Tomo Sha OCD 01201/2 [2001]

Ruha, Stefan (violin) / Romanian Radio Symphony Orchestra / Basarab, Mircea (conductor)
Recording date unknown. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Electrecord ECD 50
  • 33 (12″) — Electrecord ST ECE 01088

Rybar, Peter (violin) / Vienna Festival Orchestra / Desarzens, Victor (conductor)
Recorded 1959.05.06 in Vienna, Konzerthaus, Mozart-Saal. Uncut with a few alterations.

  • 33 (12″) — Westminster WHS 40004
  • CD — Doron Music DRC 4005 [1995]

Saccon, Christian Joseph (violin) / Padova and Veneto Orchestra / Scarpis, Maffeo (conductor)
Recorded 2009.12.18 live in Veneto, Teatro Academia Conegliano. Original version (Finale cut by 8 bars).

  • CD/DVD — Wide Clasique WCL 127 [2010]

Salerno-Sonnenberg, Nadja (violin) / Colorado Symphony / Alsop, Marin (conductor)
Recorded 2004.11 live in Denver, Boettcher Concert Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — NSS Music [no number]

Sato, Yoko (violin) / New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra / Saito, Hideo (conductor)
Recorded 1974.02.18 live in Tokyo, Bunka Kaikan. Auer version (Finale cut by 76 bars).

  • CD — Tokyo FM Japan TFMC 0003 [2003]

Schaeffer, Eugene [*] (violin) / Orchestre du Festival Belgique [*] / Narrato, Pierre [*] (conductor)

See above under Holmes, Ralph.

Schmid, Benjamin (violin) / Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra / Boganyi, Tibor (conductor)
Recorded 2017.10.01 in Pecs, Kodaly Center. Original version.

  • CD — Oehms OC 467 [2018]

Schneiderhan, Wolfgang (violin) / Czech Philharmonic / Talich, Vaclav (conductor)
Recorded 1941.07 in Prague, National Theatre. Original version.

  • 78 (12″) — Columbia LWX 349/52 [2009]
  • CD — Pristine Audio PASC 138 [2009]
  • CD — Urania URN 22 149 [2000]

Schönweiss, Eva-Christina (violin) / Oberfränkisches Jugendorchester / Weiss, Günther (conductor)
Recorded 1991.03.28 live in Weißenstadt, Jakobuskirche. Original version.

  • CD — Tonstudio Wolfgang Armbrecht 9206 [1992]

Schulz, Rudolf (violin) / Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra / Abendroth, Hermann (conductor)
Recorded 1951. Finale cut by 116 bars.

  • 33 (12″) — Urania URLP 77
  • 33 (12″) — Urania URRS 77 [1954]
  • CD — Arlecchino ARL 64

Senju, Mariko (violin) / Czech National Symphony Orchestra / Válek, Vladimír (conductor)
Recorded 2001.05.27-30 in Prague, ICN Studio. Original version.

  • CD — Victor VICC 60262 [2001]

Senju, Mariko (violin) / Vienna Symphony / Shallon, David (conductor)
Recorded 1986.01.02-04 in Vienna, Konzerthaus. Original version.

  • CD — JVC VDC 1087 [1987]

Shaham, Gil (violin) / Philharmonia Orchestra / Sinopoli, Giuseppe (conductor)
Recorded 1991.12.09-12 in London, All Saints Church, Tooting. Original version.

  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 437 540 2 [1993]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 480 6265 [2012]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 483 6334 [2019]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon POCG 1683 [1993]

Shaham, Gil (violin) / Singapore Symphony Orchestra / Shui, Lan (conductor)
Recorded 2004.09 in Singapore, Esplanade Concert Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Canary Classics CC 04 [2007]

Shkolnikova, Nelli (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Kondrashin, Kirill (conductor)
Recorded 1959 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 48 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — USSR Д 02175/6 [1954]
  • 33 (10″) — Melodiya Д 17341/2 [1966]
  • CD — Doremi DHR 7819 [2005] (as “Moscow Symphony Orchestra”)

Shkolnikova, Nelli (violin) / Philharmonia Orchestra / Simon, Geoffrey (conductor)
Recorded 1986.01.13-14 in London, All Saints Church, Tooting. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • CD — Cala CACD 1/2 [1986]

Shoji, Sayaka (violin) / Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra / Chung, Myung-Whun (conductor)
Recorded 2005.10 in Paris, Maison de Radio France, Salle Olivier Messiaen. Original version.

  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon UCCG 1273 [2006]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon UCCG 50074 [2006]
  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon UCCG 51072

Silverstein, Joseph (violin) / Utah Symphony Orchestra / Wilkens, Christopher (conductor)
Recorded 1987.05.25 in Salt Lake City, Symphony Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Pro Arte CDD 316 [1987]

Sitkovetsky, Dmitry (violin) / Academy of St. Martin in the Fields / Marriner, Neville (conductor)
Recorded 1999.01.28-30 in London, Henry Wood Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Hänssler CD 98 346 [2000]
  • CD — Musical Heritage Society 515854 A [2000]

Sitkovetsky, Yulian (violin) / National Orchestra of Belgium / André, Franz (conductor)
Recorded 1955 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars) [5].

  • CD — SYD Records SYD 6 [1995]

Skride, Baiba (violin) / National Orchestra of Belgium / Varga, Gilbert (conductor)
Recorded 2001.05.07-26 live in Brussels. Original version.

  • CD — Cypres CYP 9614

Skride, Baiba (violin) / City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra / Nelsons, Andris (conductor)
Recorded 2007.09.03-04 in Birmingham, Symphony Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Sony Classical 88697 21423 2 [2008]

Sokolov, Valery (violin) / Tonhalle Orchestra Zürich / Zinman, David (conductor)
Recorded 2010.10.29-11.02 in Zurich, Tonhalle. Original version (uncut, small changes to movts. I and III).

  • CD — Virgin Classics 6 42017 0 [2011]

Solozobova, Maria (violin) / Arcademia Sinfonica / Schöller-Manno, Dietrich (conductor)
Recorded 2007.03 in Basel, Musikakademie, Großer Saal. Original version.

  • CD — Antes BM 31 9232 [2007]

Spivakov, Vladimir (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Temirkanov, Yury (conductor)
Recorded 1970 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 36 bars).

  • CD — Melodiya MELCD 10 02300 [2015]

Spivakov, Vladimir (violin) / Slovak Philharmonic / Košler, Zdenĕk (conductor)
Recorded 1974.10. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Opus 9110 0352 [1974]
  • 33 (12″) — Melodiya С 10 08549/50 [1977]
  • 33 (12″) — Vanguard VMS 75002 [1985]
  • CD — Brilliant Classics 92363 [2004] (soloist misidentified as Vladislav Slovak)
  • CD — Brilliant Classics 93631 (soloist misidentified as Vladislav Slovak)
  • CD — Brilliant Classics 99410 [1999]
  • CD — Classic Collection 99853
  • CD — Classical Gallery CLG 7029 [1994]
  • CD — T-rax Productions THE010 [2000]

Spivakov, Vladimir (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Gusman, Israel (conductor)
Recorded 1975. Original version.

  • CD — P. I. Tchaikovsky International Charity Foundation 01 001 [2011]

Spivakov, Vladimir (violin) / Philharmonia Orchestra / Ozawa, Seiji (conductor)
Recorded 1981.04.27-28 in London, EMI Abbey Road Studios. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — HMV ASD 4173 [1982]
  • CD — EMI 5 68536 2 [1995]
  • CD — EMI 6 32015 2 [2010] (movts. I and III only)
  • CD — EMI 7 63890 2 [1991]
  • CD — EMI 7 67790 2 [1994]
  • CD — EMI 7 67858 2 [1993]
  • CD — EMI 9 07149 2 [2011] (opening of movt. I only)
  • CD — EMI CD EMX 2263 [1996]
  • CD — Olympia MKM 109
  • CD — Royal Classics DCL 70574 2 [1999]
  • CD — Royal Classics ROY 6484 [1996]
  • CD — Unesco Classics DCL 70633 2 [2000]
  • CD — Warner Classics 2564 613951
  • CD — Warner Classics 90295 48160 [2019] (movt. III only)
  • CD — Warner Classics 50999 0 26598 5 5 [2011] (movts. I and III only)
  • CD — Warner Classics 50999 4 56339 5 9 [2010] (movts. I and III only)

Spivakov, Vladimir (violin) / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Temirkanov, Yury (conductor)
Recorded 1990.09.21-24 in Watford, Town Hall. Original version.

  • CD — RCA 09026 60990 2 [1993]

Spivakovsky, Tossy (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Goehr, Walter (conductor)
Recorded 1959.11.09 in London, Walthamstow Assembly Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Classic Records SDBR 3049 [2008]
  • 33 (12″) — Disques Adès 13 010
  • 33 (12″) — Orbis 76 755
  • 33 (12″) — Everest LPBR 6049 [1960]
  • 33 (12″) — Everest SDBR 3049 [1960]
  • 33 (12″) — Hallmark HM 528 [1967]
  • 33 (12″) — Hallmark SHM 528 [1967]
  • 33 (12″) — World Record Club STP 72 [1961]
  • 33 (12″) — World Record Club TP 72 [1961]
  • CD — Everest EVC 9035 [1996]
  • CD — Everest HDAD 2031

Spivakovsky, Tossy (violin) / New York Philharmonic / Grevillius, Nils (conductor)
Recorded 1960.02.08 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • CD — Doremi DHR-8025-8 [2018]

Sporcl, Pavel (violin) / Czech Philharmonic / Bělohlávek, Jiří (conductor)
Recorded 2003.09.22 live in Prague, Rudolfinum, Dvorak Hall. Original version (uncut with a few of Auer’s alterations in all movts.).

  • CD — Supraphon SU 3709 2 [2003]

Stadler, Sergei (violin) / Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra / Fedoseyev, Vladimir (conductor)
Recorded 1989.02 in Moscow, Radio, Large Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Victor VICC 60930/1 [2015]

Steinbacher, Arabella (violin) / Swiss Romande Orchestra / Dutoit, Charles (conductor)
Recorded 2014.09.22-24 in Geneva, Victoria Hall. Original version.

  • SACD — Pentatone PTC 5186 504 [2015]

Stern, Isaac (violin) / Philadelphia Orchestra / Hilsberg, Alexander (conductor)
Recorded 1949.04.10 in Philadelphia, Academy of Music. Matrix XCO 41137/44. Auer version (Finale cut by 68 bars).

  • 78 (12″) — Columbia 13037/40 D
  • 78 (12″) — Columbia LX 1316/9 [1950]
  • 78 (12″) — Columbia LX 8740/3 [1950]
  • 78 (12″) — Columbia M 863
  • 78 (12″) — Columbia Z 243/6
  • 45 (7″) — Columbia A 1087
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia 33 C 1022 [1953]
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia ML 4232 [1953]
  • 33 (10″) — Philips 06 672 R
  • CD — Sony Classical CD 45952 [1990]
  • CD — Sony Classical SM3K 45952 [1990]

Stern, Isaac (violin) / Hollywood Bowl Orchestra / Koussevitzky, Serge (conductor)
Recorded 1950.08.29 live in Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl. Auer version (Finale cut by 68 bars).

  • CD — Pristine Audio PASC 519 [2017]

Stern, Isaac (violin) / Philadelphia Orchestra / Ormandy, Eugene (conductor)
Recorded 1958.03.23 in Philadelphia, Broadwood Hotel. Auer version (movt. I cut by 9 bars, Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — CBS 60111 [1982]
  • 33 (12″) — CBS 61029 [1973]
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia ML 5379 [1959]
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia MS 6062 [1959]
  • 33 (12″) — Fontana CFL 1045 [1959]
  • 33 (12″) — Fontana SCFL 1195 [1960]
  • CD — CBS CD 42537 [1988]
  • CD — CBS CD 46262 [1990]
  • CD — CBS MYK 36724 [1990]
  • CD — CBS MYK 42537 [1987]
  • CD — Pickwick DUET 12 [1988]
  • CD — RCA 88644 39919 2 [2013]
  • CD — RCA 88883 73716 2 [2013]
  • CD — Sony Classical 88697 27987 2 [2008]
  • CD — Sony Classical SMK 66829 [1995]
  • CD — Sony Classical SRCR 1556 [1995]
  • SACD — Sony Classical SS 06062

Stern, Isaac (violin) / Lucerne Festival Orchestra / Maazel, Lorin (conductor)
Recorded 1958.08.23 live at Lucerne, Kusthaus. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • CD — Audite 95 624 [2013] (as “Swiss Festival Orchestra”)
  • CD — Documents 600211 [2015]
  • CD — Documents 600332 [2016]

Stern, Isaac (violin) / Israel Philharmonic / Abbado, Claudio (conductor)
Recorded 1972.02 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • CD — Helicon HL 02-9679 [2016]

Stern, Isaac (violin) / New York Philharmonic Orchestra / Bernstein, Leonard (conductor)
Recorded 1973.03.05 in New York, Columbia 30th Street Studio. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • CD — Sony Classical 82876 88809 2 [2006]
  • CD — Sony Classical SMK 47637 [1993]
  • CD — Sony Classical SRCR 9552 [1993]

Stern, Isaac (violin) / National Symphony Orchestra / Rostropovich, Mstislav (conductor)
Recorded 1977.11.18 in Washington, John F. Kennedy Center Concert Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — CBS 76725 [1979]
  • 33 (12″) — Columbia M 35126 [1979]
  • CD — CBS 35 DC 49/5
  • CD — Sony Classical SMK 64127 [1999]
  • CD — Sony Classical SRCR 2046

Sugie, Yoko (violin) / Hibiki Music Orchestra / Takaya, Mitsunobu (conductor)
Recorded 2013.01.20 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 44 bars).

  • CD — Hibiki Music Japan HMOC 17818/9 [2013]

Suwanai, Akiko (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Kitayenko, Dmitry (conductor)
Recorded 1990.07.07 live in Moscow, Conservatory, Great Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Teldec 2292 46010 2 [1990]
  • CD — Teldec 4509 97478 2 [1996]
  • CD — Teldec 8573 83129 2 [2000]
  • CD — Teldec 8573 89096 2 [2001]
  • CD — Teldec WPCC 3870 [1990]
  • CD — Teldec WPCS 21057 [2000]

Suwanai, Akiko (violin) / Czech Philharmonic / Ashkenazy, Vladimir (conductor)
Recorded 2000.09.07-08 in Prague, Rudolfinum, Dvořák Hall. Original version (uncut with one of Auer’s alterations in the finale).

  • CD — Decca UCCD 50004 [2009]
  • CD — Philips 468 3692 [2003] (movt. I only)
  • CD — Philips 475 3782 [2003] (movt. I only)
  • CD — Philips UCBX 1007 [2003] (movt. I only)
  • CD — Philips UCCP 1024 [2003] (movt. I only)
  • CD — Philips UCCP 1081 [2003] (movt. I only)
  • CD — Philips UCCX 1013 [2003] (movt. I only)
  • CD — Decca UCCD 51067 [2017]

Szeryng, Henryk (violin) / Boston Symphony Orchestra / Munch, Charles (conductor)
Recorded 1959.02.09 in Boston, Symphony Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — RCA CCV 5015 [1975]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA LSC 2363
  • 33 (12″) — RCA RB 16204 [1960]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA SB 2080 [1960]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA VIC 1037 [1966]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA VICS 1037 [1966]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA VL 89043 [1984]
  • CD — RCA 88697 89979 2 [2011]
  • CD — RCA 88875 16979 2 [2016]
  • CD — Sony Classical SICC 1965-6 [2015]

Szeryng, Henryk (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Doráti, Antal (conductor)
Recorded 1962.07.22-23 in Watford, Town Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — CBS 75768 [1969]
  • 33 (12″) — Mercury 130 557
  • 33 (12″) — Mercury MG 50388/90 [1966]
  • 33 (12″) — Mercury OL 3117 [1966]
  • 33 (12″) — Mercury SR 39017 [1966]
  • 33 (12″) — Mercury SR 90389 [1966]
  • 33 (12″) — Mercury SR 90527 [1971]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips 29606-1
  • 33 (12″) — Philips 420 0381 [1986]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips 6511 014 [1976]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips 6582 009 [1975]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips 838424 AY [1965]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips A 04924 L [1965]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips AL 3503 [1965]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips SAL 3503 [1965]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips (Club Sonderauflage) 635
  • CD — Doráti Edition ADE 029 [2012]

Szeryng, Henryk (violin) / Concertgebouw Orchestra / Haitink, Bernard (conductor)
Recorded 1976.06.28-30 in Amsterdam, Concertgebouw, Grote Zaal. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Philips 420 016 [1986]
  • 33 (12″) — Philips 9500 321 [1977]
  • CD — Classic FM 482 0806 [2014] (movt. III only)
  • CD — Decca 462 5552 [2003] (movt. I excerpt only)
  • CD — Decca 464 0932 [1999]
  • CD — Decca 475 8353 [2007]
  • CD — Decca 478 4013 [2013] (movt. III only)
  • CD — Decca 482 6220 [2016]
  • CD — Philips 438 386 2 [1993]
  • CD — Philips 446 203 2 [1995]
  • CD — Philips PHCP 24037

Szeryng, Henryk (violin) / Israel Philharmonic Orchestra / Mehta, Zubin (conductor)
Recorded 1982.12.13-19 live. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • CD — Helicon 02/9667 [2013]

Sztaifberg, Pinchas [*] (piano) / Brno Orchestra [*] / Vilnius, Ference [*] (conductor)
Recording date unknown.

  • CD — Yoyo Music 15272 [2005]

Takezawa, Kyoko (violin) / Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra / Fedoseyev, Vladimir (conductor)
Recorded 1990.09.20-21 in Frankfurt am Main, Alte Oper. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — RCA 09026 60759 2 [1992]

Taschner, Gerhard (violin) / Berlin Philharmonic / Rother, Artur (conductor)
Recorded 1948.04.11-12 in Berlin, Titania-Palast. Original version (small cut in Finale).

  • 33 (12″) — Royale 1265 [1954] (as “Fritz Malachowsky” with the “Berlin Symphony Orchestra” directed by “Joseph Balzer”)
  • CD — Archiphon ARC 128/129 [2001] [identification uncertain]
  • CD — Forgotten Records FR 1522 [2018]
  • CD — MDG 642 1797 2 [2013]

Tetzlaff, Christian (violin) / Russian National Orchestra / Nagano, Kent (conductor)
Recorded 2003.02 in Moscow, Conservatory, Concert Hall. Original version.

  • SACD — Pentatone PTC 5186 022 [2003]

Tretyakov, Viktor (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Järvi, Neeme (conductor)
Recorded 1966 live. Original version.

  • 33 (10″) — Melodiya С 1349/50 [1966]
  • 33 (12″) — Eurodisc 75 999 XK [1967]
  • 33 (12″) — Eurodisc 89 289 XDK (as “Sinfonieorchester der Moskauer Staatlichen Philharmonie”)
  • 33 (12″) — Fono-Ring SFKLP 78 056 (as “Staatliche Sinfonie Orchester der UdSSR”)
  • 33 (12″) — Melodiya С 01329/4
  • 33 (12″) — Melodiya С 01683/4 [1968] (as “Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra”)
  • 33 (12″) — Melodiya Д 18167/8 [1966]
  • 33 (12″) — Melodiya 390.093 [1972]
  • 33 (12″) — Melodiya OSB 6002
  • 33 (12″) — Parnass 75 999 (as “Staatliche Sinfonie Orchester der UdSSR”)
  • CD — Melodiya 74321 40720 2 [1997]
  • CD — Melodiya MELCD 10 02349 [2015]

Tretyakov, Viktor (violin) / USSR State Symphony Orchestra / Jansons, Mariss (conductor)
Recorded 1981.10.30 live. Original version.

  • CD — Brilliant Classics 93005
  • CD — Brilliant Classics 93980 [2011]
  • CD — Russian Revelation RV 10070 [1996]

Tretyakov, Viktor (violin) / Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra / Fedoseyev, Vladimir (conductor)
Recorded 1984. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Eurodisc 206 738 425 [1985]
  • 33 (12″) — Melodiya A10 00133 009 [1988]
  • CD — Melodiya SUCD 10 00236 [1991]
  • CD — Olympia OCD 180 [1989]

Tretyakov, Viktor (violin) / Romanian Radio Symphony Orchestra / Conta, Iosif (conductor)
Recorded live 1985.09.18 in Bucharest. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — Electrecord FE 85 02

Tretyakov, Viktor (violin) / Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra / Fedoseyev, Vladimir (conductor)
Recorded 1991 live. Original version.

  • DVD — Arthaus Musik 102 119 [2008]
  • DVD — Arthaus Musik 102 127 [2007]
  • DVD — Arthaus Musik 109 318 [2017]
  • DVD — Poloarts VMB 20076 4

Tseng, Yu-Chien (violin) / Russian National Orchestra / Pletnev, Mikhail (conductor)
Recorded 2017.11.21-22 in Moscow, Philharmonia-2, Rachmaninov Concert Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 481 7676 [2018]

Ughi, Uto (violin) / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Sargent, Malcolm (conductor)
Recorded 1966.09.03 live in London, Royal Albert Hall. Version unidentified.

  • 33 (12″) — Philharmonic 201

Ughi, Uto (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Sanderling, Kurt (conductor)
Recorded 1980.06.03-04 in London, All Saints’ Church, Tooting. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — RCA GL 71071 [1986]
  • 33 (12″) — RCA RL 31532 [1982]
  • CD — RCA 74321 62786 2 [1998]
  • CD — Sony Classical 88843 09937 2 [2014]

Ughi, Uto (violin) / Swiss Italian Radio Orchestra / Andreae, Marc (conductor)
Recorded 1981.09.18 live in Locarno, Chiesa di San Francesco. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Ermitage ERM 148 [1994]

Unno, Yoshio (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Svetlanov, Yevgeny (conductor)
Recorded 1980.11.26-27 in London, All Saints’ Church, Tooting. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — CBS YDAS 15
  • 33 (12″) — Grammophon SMGM 2033
  • CD — Sony Classical SICC 1967 [2015]

Urakawa, Takaya (violin) / Slovak Philharmonic / Hayashi, Chihiro (conductor)
Recorded 1995.03.29-04.06 in Bratislava, Slovak Philharmonic, Concert Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Hibiki Music Japan HMOC 17826/8 [2015]
  • CD — Fontec FOCD 9077/8 [1995]

Urushihara, Asako (violin) / Royal Liverpool Philharmonic / Handley, Vernon (conductor)
Recorded 1990.06.20-21 in Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — NEC Avenue Japan NACC 1007 [1991]

Ushioda, Masuko (violin) / Japan Philharmonic Orchestra / Mori, Tadashi (conductor)
Recorded 1968.03.26-28. Version unidentified.

  • 33 (12″) — Columbia OS 10024 J
  • CD — Denon CO 808470 [2008]

Vanessa-Mae (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Bakels, Kees (conductor)
Recorded 1991.10.25 in London, EMI Abbey Road Studio No. 1. Auer version (Finale cut by 48 bars).

  • CD — EMI 5 67456 2 [2000]
  • CD — Trittico TCMA 27103 [1992]

Varga, Tibor (violin) / Vienna Festival Orchestra [*] / Auberson, Jean-Marie (conductor)
Recorded 1965. Auer version (Finale cut by 60 bars, alterations to movt. I cadenza).

  • 33 (12″) — Concert Hall SMS 2411
  • 33 (12″) — Concert Hall SMS 3046
  • CD — Claves CD 50 9300/4 [1993]
  • CD — Claves CD 50 9313 [1993]
  • CD — Editions Atlas MEL CD 301 [1992] (movt. III excerpt only)
  • CD — Urania Records WS 121.363 [2017]

Vengerov, Maksim (violin) / Berlin Philharmonic / Abbado, Claudio (conductor)
Recorded 1995.05 in Berlin, Philharmonie. Original version.

  • CD — Teldec 17045 2 [1997] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Teldec 4509 90881 2 [1995]
  • CD — Teldec WPCS 4709 [1995]
  • CD — Warner Classics 0927 467432 [2002]
  • CD — Warner Classics 2564 637802 [2006]

Vengerov, Maksim (violin) / London Philharmonic Orchestra / Rostropovich, Mstislav (conductor)
Recorded 1998.10.18 live in London, Royal Albert Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Decca 466 0002 [1998]
  • CD — Decca POCL 1867 [1998]

Vengerov, Maksim (violin) / Shanghai Symphony Orchestra / Yu, Long (conductor)
Recorded 2017.08 live in Lucerne, KKL Concert Hall.

  • BR — Accentus ACC 10440 [2019]
  • DVD — Accentus ACC 20440 [2019]

Verhey, Emmy (violin) / Utrecht Symphony Orchestra / Vonk, Hans (conductor)
Recorded 1976. Finale cut by 8 bars.

  • 33 (12″) — EMI 061 25477

Verhey, Emmy (violin) / Budapest Symphony Orchestra / Joó, Árpád (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1988 or earlier). Original version.

  • CD — Aurophon ECD 71046 [1992]
  • CD — Capriccio C 49031 [1996] (movt. II only)
  • CD — Cascade Medien 07000 [2009]
  • CD — LaserLight 15 516 [1988]
  • CD — Vanguard 08 9190 72 [1994]

Vinnikov, Zino (violin) / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Menuhin, Yehudi (conductor)
Recorded 1994.01 in London, CTS Studios. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Centurion Music 204414 201 [1993]
  • CD — Tring TRP 014 [1994]

Waiman, Mikhail (violin) / Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra / Rozhdestvensky, Gennady (conductor)
Recorded 1971.09.10 live in London, Royal Albert Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — BBC BBCRD 9134 [1995]
  • CD — BBC CRCB 6044 [1996]
  • CD — BBC SCD 4307 [1996]
  • CD — Carlton Classics 15656 91342 [1995]

Wallez, Jean-Pierre (violin) / Monte Carlo National Opera Orchestra / Ahronovitch, Yuri (conductor)
Recorded 1977.05 in Monte Carlo, Opéra, Salle Garnier. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — IPG Aristocrate 7636/37 [1978]

Wanami, Takayoshi (violin) / New Philharmonia Orchestra / Fistoulari, Anatole (conductor)
Recorded 1977.03.15-16 in London, Walthamstow Assembly Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Trio PA 1149
  • CD — Chandos CHAN 6558
  • CD — Kevin Mayhew 1490176 [1991]

Watanabe, Reiko (violin) / Saint Petersburg Symphony Orchestra / Dmitriyev, Aleksandr (conductor)
Recorded 2003.06.13. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Warner Classics WPCS 11694 [2003]

Watanabe, Shigeo (violin) / Tokyo Symphony Orchestra / Sargent, Malcolm (conductor)
Recorded 1954.10.01 live in Tokyo, Hibiya Kokaido Public Hall. Auer version (movt. I cut by 19 bars, Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • CD — Toshiba TOCE 8858 [1996]
  • CD — Universal TYGE 60001 [2013]

Wei, Xue (violin) / Philharmonia Orchestra / Accardo, Salvatore (conductor)
Recorded 1989.11.02-03 in London, St. Barnabas’ Church, Mitcham.

  • CD — ASV CDDCA 713 [1990]
  • CD — ASV CDDCS 248

Weithaas, Antje (violin) / Camerata Bern / Weithaas, Antje (conductor)
Recorded 2017.10 in Bern-Ittigen, Rudolf-Steiner-Schule, Aula.

  • CD — Avi-music 8553393 [2018]

Wicks, Camilla (violin) / Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra / Steinberg, William (conductor)
Recorded 1953.08.18 live in Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl. Finale cut by 144 bars.

  • CD — Hänssler PH 18095 [2018] (as “Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra”)
  • CD — Music & Arts CD 1282 [2015] (as “Hollywood Bowl Orchestra”)

Wöbbel, Herta [*] (violin) / Munich Symphony Orchestra [*] / Havagesse, Wilhelm [*] (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1962 or earlier). Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars) [6].

  • 33 (12″) — Fidelio ATL 4018 [1962]

Wolf, Endre (violin) / Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra / Jensen, Thomas (conductor)
Recorded 1949. Matrix 25153/6. Auer version (Finale cut by 222 bars).

  • 78 (12″) — Tono X 25153/6 [1950]
  • 33 (12″) — Classic 6017 [1951]
  • 33 (12″) — Mercury MG 10064 [1954]
  • CD — Danacord DACOCD 714 [2012]
  • CD — DaCapo 8.201202

Yang, Ko-Woon (violin) / KBS Symphony Orchestra / Kitayenko, Dmitry (conductor)
Recorded 2003 in Seoul, KBS Hall. Original version.

  • CD — KBS Media Korea ENEC 032 [2011]

Yang, Sung-Sic (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Kitayenko, Dmitry (conductor)
Recorded 1988.09.22 live in Seoul, Arts Center. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — JIGU South Korea JOCL 6 [1988]
  • CD — Samsung Korea

Yang, Tianwa (violin) / Saint Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra / Lande, Vladimir (conductor)
Recorded 2011.06.08 live in Saint Petersburg, Capella Concert Hall. Original version.

  • DVD — Naxos 2 110283 [2014]

Yao, Jue (violin) / Central Philharmonic Orchestra / Tan, Lihua (conductor)
Recorded 1991.12.05-06. Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • CD — Universal 889 6219 [1995]

Yaron, Yuval (violin) / London Philharmonic Orchestra / Soudant, Hubert (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1978 or earlier). Auer version (Finale cut by 56 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — Pye PCNHX 14 [1978]
  • CD — PRT CDPCN 14 [1985]

Yonetani, Ayako (violin) / Slovak Philharmonic / Režucha, Bystrík (conductor)
Recorded 1998.05.29-30 in Kosice, House of Arts. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Milky Way Classics 8253465527 [2004]

Yoo, Esther (violin) / Philharmonia Orchestra / Ashkenazy, Vladimir (conductor)
Recorded 2016.04.18-19 in Saffron Walden, Saffron Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Deutsche Grammophon 481 5032 [2017]

Yoon, Soyoung (violin) / Gorzów Philharmonic Orchestra / Borkowski, Piotr (conductor)
Recorded 2012.04 in Gorzó, Philharmonic. Original version.

  • SACD — Dux DUX 0336 [2013]

Yoshida, Kyoko (violin) / Kanazawa Orchestra Ensemble / Hirokami, Junichi (conductor)
Recorded 2009.05.26-27 in Ishikawa, Prefectural Concert Hall. Finale cut by 52 bars.

  • CD — Columbia QACR 30005 [2009]

Zariņš, Valdis (violin) / Latvian Radio Symphony Orchestra / Sinaisky, Vasily (conductor)
Recorded 1983 in Riga, Latvian State University, Great Hall. Auer version (Finale cut by 36 bars).

  • CD — Campion CAMEO 2005 [1997]

Zathureczky, Ede (violin) / Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra / Ferencsik, János (conductor)
Recording date unknown (1947 or earlier). Version unidentified.

  • 78 (12″) — Radiola SP 8000/3

Zimmermann, Frank Peter (violin) / Berlin Philharmonic / Maazel, Lorin (conductor)
Recorded 1987.06 in Berlin, Philharmonie. Original version.

  • 33 (12″) — EMI EL 749758 1 [1988]
  • CD — EMI 7 49758 2 [1988]
  • CD — EMI CDP 519 260 [1993]
  • CD — EMI TOCE 13196 [2005]

Zimmerman, Frank Peter (violin) / Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra / Honeck, Manfred (conductor)
Recorded 2001.06.11-12 in Oslo, Concert Hall. Original version.

  • CD — Sony Classical 093129 2 [2004]
  • CD — Sony Classical SK 93129 [2004]

Zukerman, Pinchas (violin) / Israel Philharmonic Orchestra / Kubelík, Rafael (conductor)
Recorded 1969.04.24 live in Munich, Herkulessaal. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • CD — Audite 95 490 [2002]

Zukerman, Pinchas (violin) / London Symphony Orchestra / Doráti, Antal (conductor)
Recorded 1968.12.16-17 in London, EMI Abbey Road Studios. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — CBS 72768 [1969]
  • 33 (12″) — CBS 92 531 [1969]
  • 33 (12″) — CBS MS 7313 [1969]
  • 33 (12″) — CBS S 72768 [1969]
  • CD — CBS MBK 46268 [1990]

Zukerman, Pinchas (violin) / Israel Philharmonic Orchestra / Mehta, Zubin (conductor)
Recorded 1984.03.10-13 live in Tel Aviv, Frederic R. Mann Auditorium. Auer version (Finale cut by 52 bars).

  • 33 (12″) — CBS IM 39563 [1985]
  • CD — CBS CD 44643 [1989]
  • CD — CBS MDK 44643 [1988]
  • CD — CBS MK 39563 [1985]
  • CD — Sony Classical SMK 64247 [1995]
  • CD — Sony Classical SRCR 1527 [1995]

 

 

 

 

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