David Garrett at 14, The Lost Album, Rediscovered & Issued For The First Time.
Violinist David Garrett’s long-lost fifth album for Deutsche Grammophon is a true treasure-trove of youthful interpretive genius. The album documents the extraordinary and prodigious talent of the then 14-year-old Garrett – still the youngest male artist ever to sign to the Yellow Label, and now a global celebrity who fills stadiums with fans of his distinct brand of classical and crossover magic.
The album offers a glimpse of where it all began: the teenage Garrett performing a bouquet of popular yet technically challenging violin hits, including Paganini’s La Campanella, Dvorák’s Humoresque, Schubert’s Ave Maria,Read more Kreisler’s Liebslied and Tartini’s famous Devil’s Trill sonata. Read less