Arthur Grumiaux plays Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto

Orchestre National de la RTF, Manuel Rosenthal

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Arthur Grumiaux — Violinist
Orchestre national de la RTF
Manuel Rosenthal — Conductor

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A film revealing the many facets of the admirable violinist Arthur Grumiaux.

Among the legendary figures of the violin, Arthur Grumiaux occupies a special place in the shadows of dazzling stars such as Yehudi Menuhin and Isaac Stern, his contemporaries. Indeed, the importance he gives to teaching (in 1949 he succeeds his former teacher at the academy of music in Brussels) and his taste for chamber music, to which he dedicates a part of his career, keep him out of the limelight. But in these shadows embers are aglow.

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Production date: 2000
Recording date: 1961
Duration: 52 min
Production: © Ideale Audience / Img Artists
Resolution: SD