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Violin and Piano Thrillers - by Bogdan Vacarescu

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Containing the following pieces:

  • Enescu - 2nd Sonata
  • Hubay - The Zephyr
  • Dvorak - Slavonic Dance op. 72, No. 2 (arr. Kreisler)
  • Beethoven - Turkish March (arr. Auer)
  • Beethoven - Chorus of Dervishes (arr. Auer)
  • Brahms- Hungarian Dance No. 17 (arr. Kreisler)
  • Sarasate - Habanera
  • Bazzini- The Round of the Goblins

You can order this CD on our website at a price of £ 10 and pick it up at our events or order it to be delivered by mail (with additional postage costs.) A great gift of superb music for friends and family.



Bogdan Vacarescu is an international Romanian concert violinist. He made his solo debut at the age of fourteen performing Vieux temps concerto no. 4 with Brasov Philharmonic conducted by Ionescu-Galati. Bogdan has made numerous recordings on television and radio across the world on BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4, BBC Wales and Manchester, ABC Australia, performing Bach Sonatas and Partitas, Paganini Caprices and solo works.


Julian Jacobson was born in Peebles, Scotland. His father Maurice Jacobson had had some piano lessons with Busoni while his mother, pianist and composer Margaret Lyell, had studied in Berlin with Else Krause, daughter of Liszt’s pupil Martin Krause. Julian studied in London from the age of seven with Lamar Crowson (piano) and Arthur Benjamin (composition), and had published four songs by the age of nine. From 1959 to 1968 he studied at the Royal College of Music. On graduating with the Sarah Mundlak Piano Prize in 1968 he took up a scholarship to read Music at Queen’s College, Oxford. At this time he was also a founder member of the National Youth Jazz Orchestra