Eugène Ysaye plays Hungarian Dance N.5 in F-Sharp Minor by J. Brahms - Rec. 12-30-1912

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The original record of this work, was made on Dec. 30th 1912 in the Columbia Studios (N.Y.) by an acoustical method. The sound, collected by a horn in front of which the artist was held, was transmitted directly on a rotating table supporting a hot wax matrix. The reading of the record was done on a gramophone with a metallic needle. On the re-recording that you will hear here, all the noises, frictions and imperfections of original record were filtered and eliminated by a digital process. In spite of a very weak band-width, we can realize the virtuosity and technicality of the extraordinary interpreter who was Eugène Ysaÿe. He is accompanied by Camille Decreus.

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