Shlomo Mintz Mendelssohn violin concerto in E Minor 1st m’t
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Exquisite, timeless and sublime.
2:42–3:18… pure bliss.
an acquaintance of mine’s playing this solo, and all I’m doing is sitting here smiling not knowing what to think. (it’s good though, the thoughts I’m thinking AND his/Mintz’s playing) c:
I play this concert but Shlomo Mintz plays perfect!
Looks like before his acting career got started, Laurence Fishburne was a conductor!
What a remarkable performance…and the conductor conducting with no score! Incredilbe. The violin is truly the Jewish instrument of all time…especially in the hands of a Mintz, Perlman and Shoham.
Cut me some slack, I hit the wrong button
ramblin brought me here!
Where is the end?? I got chills, but the song is interrupted… Man, big dislike for the uploader
The 18 people who disliked this noticed how the conductor’s face jiggled when he conducted.
purist version i ever heard and I too never heard of him.
he will never play it better than this one time.
a lesson for other violinists.
see his face on enlarged screen. his expressions are like the older itzhak Perlman, both just super musicians.
Rammblin sent me here
no, if they were drunk then it would have sounded beyond excellent
I ve just finished listening to Sarah Chang and others just to compare them and DEF Schlomo is THE BEST!!!!! whatever others say. it is the best ever recorded interpretations of this concerto! Schlomo u are the best! <3
His is WAY better than Sarah Chang’s.
Rammblin brought you here
Rammblin sent me here, and for once, he wasn’t trolling.
WITH ALL RESPECTS.…. WHO THE FUCK DISLIKE THIS?? FOR REAL!!
What are you talking about? I love this shit when im drunk!
Is there anybody else who does the high “e” after the tremolo build in the cadenza as a screamer instead of a soft harmonic? I think it’s perfect, and I can’t find another performance with it.
It’s simply a matter of human emotions: different people respond to different interpretations. As for jealosy, it’s a waste of time.
You’re jealous because he’s gifted.
is that Zubin Mehta conducting?
Certainly a good interpretation, but it doesn’t capture my heart and soul. It’s just too cautious, too polite. But definitely a very, very good musician.
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