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Franz Schubert: Works for Piano (1815-1818) – Digital Download

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Franz Schubert was described by his contemporaries as a thoughtful, sensitive and highly competent pianist, if not a virtuoso, like Mozart and Beethoven. The distinguished fortepianist, Trudelies Leonhardt, presents here a miscellany of shorter piano works, both sonata and dance movements, mainly from the years 1815 – 1818, along with the mysterious and beautiful Hungarian Melody, from 1824. She performs on an exactly contemporaneous fortepiano by Benignus Seidner, Vienna, c. 1815.

Composer: Franz Schubert

Performing artists: Trudelies Leonhardt

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Release date: February 1, 2017

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Track Listing:

1 Adagio in G major, D. 178 (1815)
2 Allegretto in C major, D. 346 (1816)
3 Wiener Deutsche, D. 128 (1815)
4 Andante in A major, D. 604 (1817)
5 March in E major, D. 606 (1818)
6 Adagio in E major, D. 612 (1818)
7 Menuet (from Sonata no. 2), D. 279 (1815)
8 Adagio in D-flat major, D. 505 (1817)
9 Sonata in E minor, D. 566 (1817)
10 Hungarian Song, D. 817 (1824)
11 Seven Scottish Melodies, D. 521 & D. 511 (1816/17)

Franz Schubert
Works for Piano (1815-1818)

Trudelies Leonhardt, fortepiano

Configuration: Digital Download (320 kbps MP3)
Available:February, 2017
Recorded:21– 22 January, 2016
Booklet: 24 page
Features:
• CD comprises a selection of Schubert’s works for piano from 1815 – 1818, plus the Hungarian Melody of 1824.
• Dutch fortepianist Trudelies Leonhardt, a member of one of Europe’s most famous musical families, is a
leading exponent of the fortepiano, with an international following.
• Featured instrument is an original Viennese fortepiano from c. 1815 by Benignus Seidner, exactly contemporary
with the music.
• Booklet text, including essay by Peter Watchorn, in both English and French.

Franz Schubert: Works for Piano (1815-1818) – Digital Download was last modified: November 18th, 2016 by Burke Thompson