As I have frequently remarked in the past — so frequently that my regular reader(s) doubtless grow tired of hearing it — YouTube is the classical music lover’s best friend. (Well, maybe not best. But a real solid one, at least.)
The latest example? Henryk Szeryng and Ingrid Haebler’s recording of Mozart’s “Great” violin sonatas. All 5 hours, 3 minutes, and 7 seconds worth. (Also, WOW.)
Like all previous instances of these amazing long-form YouTube videos, this one doubtless comes with a shelf-life. But enjoy it while you can, I say.