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Schubert : De l'unité au fragment

 

Starting with perhaps Schubert’s ‘densest’, most monumental piano piece, the Wanderer-Fantasie, the listener will pass little by little to compositions which are more fragmented (and more tortured): the three marvelous Klavierstücke D 946, collected and so named by Brahms, probably originally representing Schubert’s third cycle of improvisations; Sonata D 840, with only two movements, remaining unfinished; and finally Sonata D 571, of which there remain only the exposition and a fragment of development of the first movement. It is as though Schubert gradually closed in on himself, passing from a unit to fragments.

Matteo Fossi, piano

HORTUS 141
T.T. 76'14
1 CD
DDD
© 2016

15,00 €

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HORTUS 141 | CD DDD ℗ Hortus 2016 | T.T. 76'14
  Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
1. Wanderer-Fantasie en Do Majeur, D. 760 op. 15 21'49
  3 Klavierstücke, D. 946  
2. Allegro assai 29'36
3. Allegretto 11'17
4. Allegro 4'55
  Sonate en Do Majeur, D. 840  
  Reliquie
5. Moderato 14'06
6. Andante 8'04
7. Sonate en Fa Dièse Mineur, D. 571 6'10

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