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Gone are the days when violinists had to apologise for the concerto Schumann gifted them; its acceptance in the mainstream is matched by a canon of fine recordings. Faust’s reading is no exception (on CD or on the beautifully filmed bonus DVD): strong and supple in outer movements, meltingly tender in the all-too-brief slow movement. The trio is equally inspirational, and recorded sound is of a similar standard.

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