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David Oistrakh
Discography

Albeniz d'Ambrosio Babadzhanyan Bach Bartók
Beethoven Benda Berlioz Brahms Bruch
Catoire Chausson Chopin Corelli Daquin
Debussy Dvorák de Falla Faur&eeacute; Franck
Glazunov Gliere Gluck Godard Granados
Grieg Handel Haydn Hindemith Honegger
Hubay Janacek Kabalevsky Khatchaturian Kodaly
Kompaneyetz Kreisler Lalo Leclair Levina
Levitin Locatelli Mahler Medtner Meyer
Mendelssohn Miaskovsky  Moszkowski Mozart Prokofiev
Rachmaninov Ravel Rimsky-Korsakov Saint-Saëns Sarasate
Schubert Scriabin Shostakovich Sibelius Smetana
Spohr Stravinsky Suk Szymanowski Taneyev
Tartini Tchaikovsky Vieuxtemps Vitali Vivaldi
Vladigerov Wagner Wienawski Ysaÿe Zarzycki

Albeniz

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Alfredo d'Ambrosio

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Arno Babadzhanyan (b. 1921)

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J. S. Bach

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Bartók Béla

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Ludwig van Beethoven

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Jiri Antonin Benda

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Hector Berlioz

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Bizet - see Sarasate


Johannes Brahms

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Max Bruch

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Georgi Lvovich Catoire (1861 - 1926)

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Ernest Chausson

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Frédéric François Chopin

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Arcangelo Corelli

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Louis Daquin

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Claude Debussy


Antonin Dvorák

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Manuel de Falla

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Gabriel Fauré

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Stephen Foster

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César Franck

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Alexander Glazunov

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Reinhold Gliere

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Mikhail Glinka

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Christoph Willibald von Gluck

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Benjamin Godard

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Enrique Granados

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Edvard Hagerup Grieg

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George Frideric Handel

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Franz Joseph Haydn

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Paul Hindemith

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Arthur Honegger

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Jenö Hubay

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Leos Jánacek

Dmitri Kabalevsky

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Aram Khatchaturian

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Karen Khatchaturian

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Kodály Zoltán

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Zinovi Kompaneyetz

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Fritz Kreisler

Kreisler, as "Tartini"

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Edouard-Victoire-Antoine Lalo

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Jean Marie Leclair

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Zara Levina (b. 1906)

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Yuri Abramovich Levitin (b. 1912)

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Pietro Locatelli

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Gustav Mahler

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Alessandro Marcello

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Nicolaï Medtner

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Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

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Ernst Hermann Meyer (b. 1905)

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Nicolai Miaskovsky

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Moritz Moszkowski

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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Niccolò Paganini

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Giovanni Battista Pergolesi

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Prokofiev / Heifetz

Sergei Prokofiev

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Sergeï Rachmaninov

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Nikolai Rakov (b. 1908)

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Maurice Ravel

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Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov

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Saint-Saëns/Ysaÿe


Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns

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Pablo de Sarasate

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Franz Peter Schubert

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Robert Schumann

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Alexander Scriabin

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Dmitri Shostakovich

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Jean Sibelius

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Bedrich Smetana

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Ludwig Spohr

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Richard Strauss

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Igor Stravinsky

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Josef Suk

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Joseph Szigeti

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Karol Szymanowski

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Otar Taktakishvily (b. 1924)

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Sergei Taneyev

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Giuseppe Tartini

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Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

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Pearl Townsend

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Moisei Vainberg

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Henri Vieuxtemps

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Giovanni Battista Viotti

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Giovanni Battista Vitali

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Antonio Vivaldi

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Pancho Vladigerov

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Richard Wagner, arr. Wilhelmj

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Henryk Wienawski

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Hugo Wolf, arr. Mostras

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Eugène Ysaÿe

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Alexander Zarzycki

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Sources

In addition to the information supplied by those readers listed below, some of the data in this list is taken from

Credits

Thanks to all contributors! 

Robert Newman sent word of the latest Testament CD reissues.

Shin Kinoshita sent a long list of Eterna, Chant du Monde, and other European catalog data.

Dr. Ates Tanin generously provided a list of releases on Mezhdunarodnaya Kniga (MK) LPs.

Jacob Harnoy supplied details of what may be Oistrakh's first recording, a Polish release from about 1935 of music by Dvorák and Wolf, as well as the many items on the DOREMI label.

Chiu Chi-Lin sent word of a new Tahra release of the Beethoven Concerto.

Michel Durand Mabire, a student of Leonid Kogan, sent many additions to the list.

Ronald de Haas sent a long list of additions and corrections, including Melodiya discs from the Netherlands.

Stan Klemanowicz sent many items on the Hall of Fame and Murray Hill (and other) labels.

Thanks to Laurence Dang for valuable advice and new material.

And thanks to Ed Tapper for allowing me to browse. 


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