Yehudi Menuhin – Violin: Six Lessons
Dec 02 2016
The American violinist and conductor Yehudi Menuhin was one of the most significant and long biographies of violinists of the 20th century. Menuhin was born in New York in the Russian-Jewish family, the recent American immigrants. For seven years his performance of Mendelssohn violin concerto earned him fame.
As a teenager he traveled around the world on tour and even long before he was twenty, was one of the best. Already in the early records can feel his reverent attitude to the great composers. Despite the fact that he was considered a very technical musician, he also has devoted over emotional game. On this disc you will find the lessons of this great master of the violin, which will be of interest to musicians of any level.
- Right Hand First Exercises
- Left Hand First Exercises
- Right Hand Playing
- Left Hand Playing
Running time: 01:40:05
Video: MPEG1 Video 352×288 (4:3) 25.00fps 1150Kbps
Audio: AC3 48000Hz stereo 256Kbps
Size: 1.2 Gb