Isaac Stern - Violin - LB. 84

Isaac Stern (Ukrainian: Ісаак Стерн, Russian: Исаа́к Штерн; 21 July 1920 – 22 September 2001) was a Soviet-born violinist and conductor.[1] He was renowned for his recordings and for discovering new musical talent. In 1940, Stern began performing with Russian-born pianist Alexander Zakin, collaborating until 1977.[5] Within musical circles, Stern became renowned both for his recordings and for championing certain younger players. Among his discoveries were cellists Yo-Yo Ma and Jian Wang, and violinists Itzhak Perlman and Pinchas Zukerman. In the 1960s, he also played a major role in saving New York City's Carnegie Hall from demolition, which later named its main auditorium in his honor.
Record Details
Title Isaac Stern - Violin - LB. 84
Artist Isaac Stern & Alexander Zakin
Instrument Violin & Piano
Lyrics Bloch
Genre Instrumental Music
Language English
Label Columbia
Made In India
Manufacture Columbia Gramophone Co. Ltd.
Serial No. LB. 84
Side One
  • Nigun (Improvisation) (First Part)
Side Two
  • Nigun (Improvisation) (Conclusion)
Size 10 Inches
Speed 78 RPM
Record Condition Excellent
Cover Condition Excellent
Artist - 1 Isaac Stern
Artist - 2 Alexander Zakin
Instrument - 1 Violin
Instrument - 2 Piano
Lyrics - 1 Bloch
Record Details
Genre Instrumental Music
Label Columbia
Language English
Size 10 Inches
Speed 78 RPM
Side1 - Song1 Nigun (Improvisation) (First Part)
Side2 - Song1 Nigun (Improvisation) (Conclusion)

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Isaac Stern - Violin - LB. 84

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