Joshua Bell Plays Bruch with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
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Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Roberto Abbado, conductor
Joshua Bell, violin
Henry McDowell, organ
Honegger - Horace Victorieux, Mimed Symphony
Bruch - Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor
Saint-Saëns - Introduction and Rondo capriccioso
Saint-Saëns - Symphony No. 3 (Organ)
Well known for his performance on the soundtrack to the movie The Red Violin, Joshua Bell returns after his sold-out concerts in 2006 to thrill audiences with Bruch’s Violin Concerto No. 1. Saint-Saëns’ powerful Organ Symphony is noted for its beautiful melodies that are distinctly French in flavor.
(Photo credit: Chris Lee.)
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