Other violinists featured include David Oistrakh, Christian Ferras, Jascha Heifetz, Leonid Kogan, and Fritz Kreisler, and they are represented with works by Debussy, de Falla, Gluck, Brahms, and Kreisler, himself.
"All these musicians had such strong, soulful spirits that it’s impossible to forget their sound," said Lozakovich of his choice of repertoire.
"[Fritz Kreisler] was the godfather of all violinists," he continued. "His contribution to this instrument is something all violinists have to explore during their career. He played with such elegance and charm, and had the most seductive sound, one you could listen to for ever."
You can hear Lozakovich and Stanislav Soloviev playing Kreisler's violin-piano arrangement of the "Melodie" from Gluck's Orfeo ed Euridice below.