Started by Paul-Michel, April 25, 2008, 05:54:19 AM
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Quote from: Karl Henning on July 25, 2023, 01:00:49 PMThe opening Allegro moderato is indeed the D 571.
Quote from: AnotherSpin on July 25, 2023, 09:48:44 PMDid you try Alfred Brendel's?
Quote from: Karl Henning on July 25, 2023, 10:48:08 AMAs a newcomer to most of the piano sonatas, I have a q. for the Schubert mavens among us. I've been listening to (and thoroughly enjoying) Paul Badura-Skoda's recording of the sonatas. I found myself wanting to do some comparative listening, and have found myself immediately stymied. I realize that the beginning of an answer may perhaps be found in the excellent notes to the PBS set, but this week, I've been such a good lad and doing a lot of composing of my own, so pardon my laziness in seeking out the collective wisdom. The nature of the stymie is this: I was listening to what PBS lists as the sonata # 8 in f# minor, and I was curious to hear Ingrid Haebler's take on the same material. However, perusing the Haebler set, I find no sonata in f# minor. There are early sonatas in B and A. Any enlightenment is appreciated.
Quote from: DavidW on July 26, 2023, 06:24:17 AMThere are only a dozen recordings of that fragment on Idagio fyi.
Quote from: vers la flamme on July 25, 2023, 02:18:24 PMI see; would this happen to be PBS's original scholarship, the idea of piecing these fragments all together? Maybe you can answer that later when you're done with the pieces you're working on and can take a look at the booklet
Quote from: Karl Henning on July 26, 2023, 06:35:10 AMI'm a big fan.
Quote from: AnotherSpin on July 26, 2023, 07:19:41 AMI have listened for many years to his Beethoven (my first integral set of many to follow), Mozart, etc. But relatively recently I discovered his performances from various years of the Schubert sonatas. It amazed me.
Quote from: Spotted Horses on July 26, 2023, 10:26:08 AMI have to admit I haven't listened to Brendel, although I have the recordings on my shelves. I should.
Quote from: Florestan on July 26, 2023, 10:36:46 AMMake haste. Brendel is a desert-island Schubertian.
Quote from: lordlance on November 15, 2023, 08:39:15 AMAn absolute knockout Schubert 8 from a completely unexpected source:Movement IMovement II
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