Recommendation needed for four pieces of music


There are four pieces of classical music that are my all-time favorate. I would like to invite your recommendations on these pieces, considering both performance and recording quality:

Saint-saens: Introduction et Ronda capriccioso

Tchaikovsky: Marche slave

Weber: Oberon

Sarasate: Zigeunerweisen

My system only play CDs and SACDs.
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I would also suggest Saint Saens' Organ Concerto. Other than that, these are very good choices. So much music, so little time.

'If music be the food of love, play on" Wm. Shakespeare
Saint-saens: Introduction et Ronda capriccioso
..Gamba/LSO, Ricci -vn Decca
..Martinon/OrchParis, Perlman -vn EMI/Angel

Tchaikovsky: Marche slave
..Freccia/LPO, Chesky CD12

Weber: Oberon

Sarasate: Zigeunerweisen
..Gamba/LSO, Ricci -vn, Decca
Good post(s). I look for more.
Ruggiero Ricci and Jascha Heifetz are certainly master technicians and their versions of both the Sarasate and Saint-Saens violin pieces are splendid.

Regarding more recent recordings, Sarah Chang plays both pieces well and the sound of her new Guarnerius contributes to a splended performance. She has come a long way to becoming an accomplished violinist beginning with her Debut album at ten years old where she played on a quarter size violin which still sounded rather good.

Michael Rabin played these pieces splendidly as well and I have his recordings on vinyl, but I see that CD albums of this gifted violinist are showing up in large collection versions.

Happy listenging.