Vladimir Yampolsky

Born 1905. Died 2 June 1965
Vladimir Yampolsky
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Vladimir Yampolsky

Vladimir Yampolsky Biography (Wikipedia)

Vladimir Yampolsky (1905–1965) was a Russian pianist who served as David Oistrakh's accompanist in several recordings.

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Eugène Ysaÿe
Poeme Elegiaque Op.12
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Poeme Elegiaque Op.12
Zoltán Kodály
Three Hungarian Folksongs (Dances from Kallo)
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Three Hungarian Folksongs (Dances from Kallo)
Aleksander Zarzycki
Mazurka
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Mazurka
David Oistrakh
Mazurka Op. 26
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Mazurka Op. 26
David Oistrakh
Poeme elegiaque in D minor, Op. 12
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Poeme elegiaque in D minor, Op. 12
Vladimir Yampolsky
Sonata in G minor "Devil's Trill"
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Sonata in G minor "Devil's Trill"
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