Endre Wolf was one of the most important violin soloist to emerge in the years following World War II. He had a significant career as a soloist and pedagogue in England and Scandinavia, and made regular concert and radio appearances through the 1980s, but did not visit the recording studio frequently. Most of his commercial recordings were made in the late 1940s and 1950s, and reveal his enormous technical gifts along with a unique interpretive approach to the major works in the violin repertoire: expressive and often extroverted playing with often unique phrasing and startling clarity. The recordings featured here – of the Bach E Major Violin Concerto and the Brahms Violin Concerto Op. 77 – have been carefully remastered in high definition sound for the first time.