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Humoresque: Favorite Violin Encores
Alexander Borodin, Johannes Brahms, Aaron Copland
Humoresque: Favorite Violin Encores
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Classical
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Superb, one-of-a-kind, the whole world should hear this CD. | Weimar, TX | 09/28/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I was first introduced to Isaac Stern about 30 years ago when my husband purchased the Humoresque album for a stereo. This album is no longer in existence and looked everywhere for this CD and didn't find until recently. It is just as beautiful as I remember it. We also purchased a second CD to give to our son so that our two grandsons, ages 1 and 3 will have an appreciation of classical music."
Best Classical CD I Have Ever Heard! | 11/12/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I never write reviews for any of the music or books or anything else that I have ever gotten in my life but this cd is different. It is absolutely beautiful. Every note is perfect. Thus it is my suggestion that you buy this cd, the music is something special."
Stern Playing From The Heart | 11/19/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Isaac Stern one of the top 5 greatest violinist of all time. Here Stern plays short pieces from two of his Lp's, None but the Lonely heart{1963} and Romance{1972}. These two lp's put on CD is a must for any fan of the Violin.Stern's playing here is top of the line..playing directly from the heart. No other violinist played with so much color and shading as Isaac, and only a few had their own personal sound like Stern did...most other famous violinist play great but they all sound pretty much the same. The personal sound of a violinist really comes across when he plays encore pieces like Stern is playing on this CD....So if you want to hear The Beautiful Sound of Stern, grab this CD. Also you get beautiful arrangents for violin and orchestra by Arthur Harris. You can never go wrong with a Stern recording."