Glazunov violin concerto -- Suggestions?


I was wondering if anyone had suggestions for recordings of Glazunov's violin concerto. Preferably, it should have crystal-clear sound, and a fast and stunning performance.

Thanks in advance for the suggestions!

Michael
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Heifetz or Oistrakh should do the trick.
The Heifitz, with Hendl conducting, is superb. Should match just what you're looking for. Re-mastered and re-issued by Classic Records on vinyl in very good sound -- RCA LSC 2734.
There is a version on Naxos which have generally excellent
sound.
You can't go wrong w/Heifetz & Hendl on RCA - on CD you could also get an outstanding Sibelius VC as well depending on which CD you get, there are multiple releases w/different partnering pieces. If you want something new, and you want to explore his symphonies you might enjoy Polyansky's on Chandos which includes the VC and the 1st Symphony. I have really enjoyed Polyansky's Glazunov's Symphonies #'s 1 thru 5 on Chandos.
Teldec D 112008.
Maxim Vengerov and the Berlin Philharmoniker (Abbado)
Tchaikovsky*Glazunov Violin Concertos
Excellent!!!

Charlie