BEETHOVEN: Sonata for Violin & Piano No. 7 in c, Op. 30 No. 2 with Nadia Reisenberg, piano
TELEMANN: Fantasia for Violin solo in D, No. 10
Live broadcast, WQXR studio, New York, Jan. 3, 1972

BACH: Violin Sonata in E, BWV 1016 1st Mvt: Adagio
TARTINI-KREISLER: Violin sonata in g, Devil's Trill (Cadenza by Kreisler)
RACHMANINOFF: Song: Daisies, Op. 38 No. 3 (arr. by Kreisler for Violin & Piano as Marquerite)
WIENIAWSKI: Polonaise brillante No. 2 in A, Op. 2
Leo Barkin, Piano
CBC Live Broadcast: Nov. 28, 1951

SCHUBERT: Rondo brillante in b, Op. 70 D. 895
BACH: Partita No. 2 in d for Violin solo, BWV 1004
R. STRAUSS: Sonata for Violin & Piano in Eb, Op. 18
KREISLER: Recitative e Scherzo-caprice, Op. 6; Viennese Rhapsodic Fantasietta

Frank Maus, Piano
Recital, Basel, Oct. 24, 1982: Frank Maus, piano

BACH: Aria for alto & Violin solo from Cantata No. 132
Maureen Forrester - alto; Oscar Shumsky - violin
BACH: Aria for Soprano & Violin concertante from Cantata No. 120
Lois Marshall - soprano; Oscar Shumsky - violin
Bach Aria Group Recorded c. 1962, from Desto DC7139/40 (LPs)

BUXTEHUDE: Cantata Jubilate Domino
Maureen Forrester, alto. Oscar Shumsky, viola soloist & conductor
Live performance, Stratford Festival, Canada. July 26, 1967

MOZART: Adagio in E, K.261
HINDEMITH: Sonata for Violin & Piano, Op. 11/2

Oscar Shumsky, violin, Mario Bernardi, piano.
Live performance, 1965

MOZART: L'amerò, sarò costante from Il Re Pastore, K. 208
Erna Berger, soprano, Oscar Shumsky, violin, George Schick, piano
Recorded 1950

· In the silence of the night, Op. 4 No. 3
· To the Children, Op. 26 No. 7
· O cease thy singing, maiden fair, Op. 4 No. 4
· The Cherry tree, Op. 26 No. 10

James Melton, tenor, Oscar Shumsky, violin, Carroll Hollister, piano
Recorded 1949

WIENIAWSKI: Polonaise brillante No. 1 in D, Op. 4
Oscar Shumsky, violin, Earl Wild, piano
Live broadcast, August 15, 1940

R. STRAUSS: Dance from Bourgeois gentilhomme
Oscar Shumaky, soloist & conductor, CBC Orchestra,
CBC Live broadcast, 1965

SCHUMANN: Träumerei, from Kinderszenen, Op. 15 No. 7
Oscar Shumsky, violin, Al Goodman Orchestra
Recorded c. 1948

SAINT-SAENS: Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso, Op. 28
Oscar Shumsky, violin, NBC Symphony Orchestra, Milton Katims, conductor
Live broadcast, April 22, 1950

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