Schubert Complete Works for Violin and Piano, Volume 2

Julia Fischer, Martin Helmchen

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Original Recording Format: DSD 64

Schubert concluded his personal violin sonata ‘chapter’ early on, as his last work in this genre dates from 1817: the Sonatafor Violin and Piano in A major, D. 574 (Op. posth. 162, Grand Duo). Perhaps he put aside any further plans for violin sonatas he might have had due to a number of significantexperiences he underwent in 1817. Although Schubert is often portrayed by the lay world as never being successful with his compositions during his lifetime, this is not entirely the case. Thus his cantata Prometheus – penned the previous year – had created quite a sensation in Vienna. Otherwise Schubert would hardly have considered giving up his recently (1816) acquired teaching position in favour of creative free-lancing. However, music historians are right about the negative representation of the reception given to Schubert’s works, as indeed, according to traditional tales, fortune did not smile upon him: of all things, this successful work – the Prometheus Cantata – was lost to the world and has not yet been rediscovered to this day.

Tracklist

1.
Sonata in A major - Duo, D. 574 - Allegro moderato
08:54
2.
Sonata in A major - Duo, D. 574 - Scherzo (Presto)
04:08
3.
Sonata in A major - Duo, D. 574 - Andantino
04:28
4.
Sonata in A major - Duo, D. 574 - Allegro vivace
05:07
5.
Fantasia in C major, D. 934 - Andante molto
03:22
6.
Fantasia in C major, D. 934 - Allegretto
05:36
7.
Fantasia in C major, D. 934 - Andantino
10:21
8.
Fantasia in C major, D. 934 - Tempo primo-Allegro-Allegretto-Presto
05:59
9.
Fantasia in F minor for Piano Duet, D. 940 - Allegro molto moderato
04:55
10.
Fantasia in F minor for Piano Duet, D. 940 - Largo
02:47
11.
Fantasia in F minor for Piano Duet, D. 940 - Allegro vivace
05:41
12.
Fantasia in F minor for Piano Duet, D. 940 - Tempo I
05:40

Total time: 01:06:58

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Job Maarse

Recording Engineer

Sebastian Stein, Jean Marie Geijsen

Recording location

concertboerderij Valthermond

Recording Type & Bit Rate

DSD64

Recording Software

Merging

SKU

PTC5186348

Release Date July 7, 2015
SKU PTC5186348

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