Huberman’s admirers included Brahms, Dvorak, Joachim, Furtwängler, and Toscanini. Today, in an age of standardization, his playing constantly challenges our expectations.
Here you can download and listen to many of Huberman’s recordings. Decide for yourself if he deserves his notorious reputation.
New Huberman recording
The previously unpublished Adagio from Beethoven Sonata no. 6 has been released on the Japanese label Opus Kura 7019. The CD includes transfers of the 1945 Mozart 4 with Walter, and the Bach D minor Partita.
Posted by Patrick on 2006-03-14 14:08 | Comments
Brahms autograph sold at Sothebys
Brahms autograph for sale
Classic Record Collector
The quarterly magazine Classic Record Collector featured Huberman in the Autumn 2004 issue, with photographs and several articles.
The main article (by Howard Smith and Tully Potter) can be read online at the magazine website, www.classicrecordcollector.com
Posted by Patrick on 2004-11-23 16:02 | Comments
New transfers from metals
The electrical recordings of short pieces that Huberman recorded for the Columbia record company are being digitally transferred from the metal masters for the first time ever. The sound quality will be superior to all previous transfers taken from 78s.
If you wish to be informed when they are published, please register in the forum.
Posted by Patrick on 2004-07-03 12:33 | Comments
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Musical phrasing and interpretation was completely different 100 years ago. Learn how to understand it.
As a young boy he played to Brahms. Later, he recorded the Brahms concerto. Read about Huberman’s eventful life.