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Although temperamentally quite different and born a century apart, both Nicolò Paganini and Fritz Kreisler enjoyed stellar careers as violin virtuosos, touring widely and thrilling audiences with their astonishing virtuosity and innate showmanship.

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Do you like Paganini? Get this recording - what a delight! Sept. 4 2010
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I am following Philip's career and always wanted to hear him playing Paganini. This CD is a true delight! Sensual and powerful, delicate and colorful - Philip really delivers here. Dmitriy Cogan also shines - what a duo!

Do yourself a favor - pour yourself a glass of wine, dim the lights and put this CD on and enjoy!

Five Stars March 25 2014
By Maria Brion - Published on Amazon.com
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Was able to see Philippe Quint live.... So what can I say? This CD is aabsolutely marvelous! The next best thing to a live performance.
Excellent Recording Feb. 26 2013
By P. Gentry - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this CD because I was interested particularly in the piece Moto Perpetuo and, in fact, love the arrangements of F. Kreisler in general. Philippe Quint's rendering of this piece is much better than that of Itzhak Perlman in my estimation. Quint's playing combines a lot of feeling and sensitivity along with the virtuosity.

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