Recommendations of best violin recordings performances

I am looking for your recommendations of fantastic Violin performances with superb recording quality.
A few violin concertos chosen for performance. Bach 1&2: The Amsterdam Baroque Orch/Koopman. Brahms: D. Oistrakh/Orch della Svizzera Italiana/O. Nussio // D. Oistrakh/Moscow Philarmonic/ K. Kondrashin // D Oistrakh/Staatskapelle Dresden/Konwitschny // J Heifetz/Chicago S. O. /F. Reiner // J Szigeti/New York P.O./D. Mitropoulos.
Beethoven: J Heifetz/(1)Boston S O/C Munch (2)N. York P. O./ D. Mitropoulos // D. Oistrakh/ Berlin Radio Orch./H. Abendroth

Bruch 1st Concerto: D Oistrakh/Orch National de ls Radiodiffusion Francaise/ A Cluytens

Sibelius: C Ferras/Berlin S.O./H von Karajan

This is getting long (& I'm still at letter "B", really). I'll be glad to suggest more if you wish. Pls note that these are my *personal* preferences...

Are you looking for only violin the whole range of string instruments? I picked up a recording of Bach's unaccompanied solo cello concertos (1,2 & 5) on double bass by Edgar Meyer which is fantstic top to bottom. A bit removed from a violin, but it never ceases to take my breath away. -- Ken
Hard to satisfy both criteria, but for fantastic performances with sound good enough to avoid distraction, I vote for i) one of the later Heifetz recordings of the Tchaikovsky concerto; ii) Oistrakh playing Shostakovich; and iii) Milstein playing the Bach solo partitas and sonatas.
This is a bit more contemporary, but Ithazk Perlman and John William's "Cinema Serenade" is not only a sonic knockout, but a performance one is well. Take notice of "Schindler's List", on the video of this performance, Perlman's Stradivarius is covered in tears. Cheers!
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Thanks so much for the response! I've listened to most of the recommendations on Amazon and they're all great!

I am trying to find a "reference" level recording which I can use to test the timbre of my system for strings. Any suggestions in this regard?
Tchaikovsky-Glazunov Violin Concertos, with Maxim Vengerov. Teldec D112008 (Claudio Abbado and the Berlin Philharmonic.)
Try Ravel's "Tzigane", Stephen Chase performing. CALA: CACD1004.
Hi Bryan. Enjoying your emc-1 mkII? Great, huh?
Try Didier Lockwood's Tribute to Stephane Grapelli, on SONY/FRANCE (I forget what the NA label is).
Phenomenal violin harmonics and stand-up by Nils Orsted-Pedersen with Lagrene on acoustic guitar. This disc won 7 jazz awards in Europe in 2000. You'll love it.
Keep in touch. Ern
Yanni Live at the Acropolis. Good luck