Itzhak Perlman – Beethoven: Violin Concerto (with Daniel Barenboim, Berliner Philharmoniker)

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Legendary violinist Itzhak Perlman performs the Beethoven Violin Concerto with the Berliner Philharmoniker and conductor Daniel Barenboim, recorded live in 1992.

01:10 Allegro ma non troppo
25:42 Larghetto –
34:36 Rondo (Allegro)

Itzhak Perlman (Violin)
Daniel Barenboim (Conductor)
Berliner Philharmoniker (Ensemble)

Recorded Live: February 1992, Konzerthaus Berlin.


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Гениальное исполнение музыки Великого Бетховена. Спасибо!

Author — Ольга Николаевна Васильченко


Ещё раз поражает гений Бетховена ! И не менее - ИСПОЛНИТЕЛЬ ! Господи ! - дай сил и здоровья исполнителю !

Author — Alla Zili



Author — Elvira Planes


Love how he accepts his handicap as normal..all smiles.

Author — roxane telesha


It is incredible the willpower that Mr. Perlman has had to achieve these enormous results.
Mother nature gave him the desire and talent to achieve what he got !!!
He is a man I admire very much.
He deserved all the success he had !!!
I'd like you to upload more of his concerts!

Author — Land Channel


I hope this video now remains forever on YouTube. It was taken down previously so many times.

Author — Earl Joseph


I think it’s the most beautiful of violin concertos (and there are so many to choose from). I played a recording of this concerto for my mother (it was he favourite) as she lay on her deathbed and I will never ever forget her reaction. It moved her to another place. Someplace only she new where😊❤️🙏

Author — Gretar Einarsson


Wow....the combination of this extraordinary orchestra, Daniel Barenboim and Itzhak and absolutely breathtakingly beautiful.

Author — Gail Webb


I adore Itzhak Perlman - for his talent and virtuosity but even more as a person. He is always happy and smiling as he arrives on stage to play - despite the fact that mobility is a challenge for him. Such a positive force in the World. So needed - especially now. Bravo 👏👏🎶

Author — Canuckmom1958


I like the parts where it’s very soft then turns very loud

Author — Idiotic Sᴍᴏʟʙᴇᴀɴ シ


I love how happy Perlman always looks when he is about to preform

Author — Amitai Lavi


I cannot understand how it's possible to click "I don't like" to this amazing perform! Perlman is the music, he's the violin!!

Author — Piermarco


I realize it's the internet, so everything is fair game, but I fail to make any sense of how 93 people found themselves watching this video and "Disliked" it. How did you end up here if you didn't already want to see "Itzhak Perlman – Beethoven: Violin Concerto (with Daniel Barenboim, Berliner Philharmoniker)"? The title isn't exactly clickbate...

Author — Robert Weisberger


Perlman sometimes makes a violin sound like a cello, other times indistinguishable from a song bird. Absolutely healing.

Author — Helen Lauer


Thank goodness for Beethoven. This concerto gives instructions for navigating our way psychologically through the world's messed-upness today, in the midst of a pandemic, with cruelty and torture the rule in many places big and small on earth, and the possibility of overcoming misunderstanding seemingly farfetched. Beethoven offers an idea for how to hold onto hope, because he needed it himself to survive.

Author — Ona Colasante


Aside from the brilliance of Barenboim, Perlman, and the orchestera, I love the lionhead scrolls on those double bases :)

Author — A Rafii


Even tuning the violin he is fantastic!!

Author — Taísa


Easily the greatest performance of this violin concerto ever.

Author — Herbert Lust


The tone is so rich. And also the way Perlman plays, as if he is not trying hard at all, but instead relaxed, submerged. Very blessed and talented Perlman is

Author — Ben Xu


이작펄만 감성...👍🏻
저융화감 어쩔... 가렛은 뛰어나지만 튕겨지는데.. 이작펄만은 애절하게 스며든다..
해피펄만 ㅋㅋ ㅋㅋ 넘 귀엽..

Author — Sung N. Rhu