Schubert Piano Recordings

Started by George, April 06, 2007, 04:17:43 PM

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Jo498

I assumed that there was overlap with the older set (I was above referring to the 80s/90s Teldec recordings), or did she really re-record all of the 7? sonatas she had done earlier? It seems like that but I not quite sure from the minimal information on the backcover. In any case there is another box with these older recordings (last 5 + D 568 + 664) + Trout, Impromptus...
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Florestan

The Teldec set stroke me as uncompromisingly grim and dour --- and approach that imo doesn't suit Schubert at all. 
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George

Quote from: Jo498 on December 11, 2023, 07:45:15 AMI assumed that there was overlap with the older set (I was above referring to the 80s/90s Teldec recordings), or did she really re-record all of the 7? sonatas she had done earlier? It seems like that but I not quite sure from the minimal information on the backcover. In any case there is another box with these older recordings (last 5 + D 568 + 664) + Trout, Impromptus...

From a Gramophone review of Leonskaja's Complete Schubert Sonata set on Warner:

"No question about it, Leonskaja's Schubert on Warner (her Schubert recordings for Teldec are completely different) should provide you with a lifetime's worth of musical nourishment, and the sound, now as before, is superb."

I confirmed this morning that they are different recordings using a download source and Spotify (the timings are different.)
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