Piano Sonata No. 16 in A minor, D 845. 1. I. Moderato. 2. II. Andante poco moto.
Franz Schubert CD 1 - Piano Sonata No. 16 in A minor, D 845 CD 2 - Piano Sonata No. 21 in B flat major, D 960. Yury Martynov, piano. Recorded in the Sound Recording House on Malaya Nikitskaya, May–June 2006.
16 & 21 -Yury Martynov - Franz Schubert: Piano Sonatas Nos. 16 & 21. £1. 0. item 3 FRANZ SCHUBERT PIANO SONATAS NOS 16 & 21, 4600317125043 -FRANZ SCHUBERT PIANO SONATAS NOS 16 & 21, 4600317125043. Franz Ferdinand Memorabilia. The Piano Guys Music CDs 2017 Release Year.
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Scherzo - Allegro vivace Yury Martynov (Franz Schubert) 07:21. 4. Piano Sonata No. 16 in A Minor, D. 845: IV. Rondo - Allegro vivace Yury Martynov (Franz Schubert) 05:05. 5. 21 in B Flat Major, D. 960: I. Molto moderato Yury Martynov (Franz Schubert) 21:32. 6. 960: II. Andante sostenuto Yury Martynov (Franz Schubert) 10:32. 7. 960: III. Scherzo - Allegro vivace con delicatezza Yury Martynov (Franz Schubert) 04:12.
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Of Schubert's 21 piano sonatas, only three were published during his lifetime, and in the century following the composer's premature death, all of the works went mostly ignored. Today, they are celebrated as a high point of the Romantic repertoire, equal to his contemporary Beethoven's masterworks of the same genre. When asked his thoughts on Schubert's piano sonatas, Daniel Barenboim observed that "it's very hard to talk about music, because we can only really talk about our reactions to it, not about the music itself
Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Sample this album Artist (Sample). I used to think Schubert composed 21 Piano Sonatas, but the Schubert Catalog prepared by Otto Deutsch (published 1951) lists 23 Piano Sonatas, To avoid confusion, I will use Deutsch catalog numbers, not sonata numbers. Nine Schubert sonatas have at least one unfinished or fragmentary movement. As a matter of principle, Wilhelm Kempff recorded only those movements actually completed by Schubert