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Klassiek - Verschenen op 19 januari 2018 | harmonia mundi

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Recorded in the Mennonite (Anabaptist) church in Haarlem, the Netherlands, this recording unfolds in very reverberant acoustic surroundings, giving it a slightly unreal aura that is perfectly suited to the sad, timeless poems of Wilhelm Müller's Winter Journey (Winterreise) set to music by Franz Schubert.Whether it's a dream or a nightmare, the overwhelming density of Schubert's message calls for artists who can embody this hopeless solitude. Mark Padmore had already recorded the cycle with Paul Lewis playing a modern piano. Kristian Bezuidenhout's personality, and his Viennese pianoforte, and Mark Padmore's light tenor voice (probably close to the one in which Schubert sang this cycle) give these pages an even more touching gravity, as they take aim at the prime of youth.The complicity and the mutual listening between the singer and the pianoforte form the basis of these two artists' work. The perceptible affectation in the singer's art is tempered by the simplicity and unfailing support of the pianoforte accompaniment. Here, this surprising romantic wandering takes on unusual and disconcerting resonances, opening up unsuspected horizons. © François Hudry/Qobuz
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Kwartetten - Verschenen op 2 maart 2018 | PentaTone

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Klassiek - Verschenen op 11 september 2020 | Alpha

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A few years after the success of her album crossing Baroque music with folk, "Love I Obey", the Franco-American singer Rosemary Standley visits Schubert, this time with the complicity of the Ensemble Contraste: “We all have a few notes of Schubert buried deep inside us,” say the artists, who have got together around his music and brought it to an original sound texture, the result of their varied influences- classical, pop, jazz, folk. They have picked some of the best-known lieder and universally loved instrumental pieces, incorporating in them rhythms from other countries and instruments unusual in this repertory: the jazz trumpet of Airelle Besson, the guitar of Kevin Seddiki, the percussion of Jean-Luc Di Fraja join forces with the viola of Arnaud Thorette, the piano, cello and double bass of Ensemble Contraste - not forgetting the exceptional participation of the soprano Sandrine Piau, who joins Rosemary Standley for several duets. The arrangements are by Johan Farjot. © Alpha Classics
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Klassiek - Verschenen op 6 november 2020 | ICA Classics

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This release celebrates the partnership of the distinguished conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt (1929-2016) directing the Chamber Orchestra of Europe (COE) in a memorable cycle of the complete Schubert Symphonies at the Styriarte Festival in Graz, Austria during July 1988. Harnoncourt was a notable and perhaps controversial Schubertian who, with his favorite orchestra, set about examining everything afresh. The players he worked with in 1988 talk about the way he changed their perceptions, of discovering Schubert’s work for themselves, ignoring the accretions of previous performance tradition. Harnoncourt wanted Schubert’s music to be on the edge, to rebuild it, testing and evaluating the contribution of each instrument and for the players to take as many risks as they wanted. Dane Roberts, the COE’s double bass player, recounted: ‘Harnoncourt’s strong roots in both Vienna and Graz influenced and enabled his musical insights and vision. He presented to us dimensions of these masterpieces we had not considered or did not know (or at least recognize)’. Sally Pendlebury, cello, recalled: ‘The Schubert Symphonies was my first ever project with Nikolaus Harnoncourt. To say it completely changed my musical life would in no way be an overstatement’. © ICA Classics
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Kamermuziek - Verschenen op 7 oktober 2014 | PentaTone

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Klassiek - Verschenen op 16 augustus 2019 | Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

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Kamermuziek - Verschenen op 13 oktober 2017 | Alpha

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Following a first recording on Alpha devoted to Brahms which garnered much praise – ‘real duo playing’ said Gramophone, while Classica discerned ‘shared music making . . . a world full of nuances and subtlety, boundless sonic imagination (Marie-Elisabeth Hecker), playing of rare intelligence (Martin Helmchen)’ and awarded the disc a ‘Choc’ – the duo is reunited. Its new programme features two summits of chamber music: Schubert’s famous Arpeggione Sonata – named after a now obsolete instrument that was a cross between the guitar and the cello – and his no less celebrated Trio no.2 D929, which achieved even greater popularity thanks to Stanley Kubrick’s film Barry Lyndon. In the latter, the duo is joined by an eminent musician with whom they enjoy playing, Antje Weithaas, ‘one of the great violinists of our time’ (Fonoforum) and also one of the teachers most sought after by the young generation. For example, she taught Tobias Feldmann, the young violinist recently signed by Alpha. © Alpha Classics
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Kamermuziek - Verschenen op 27 april 2010 | PentaTone

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Klassiek - Verschenen op 8 april 2016 | Erato - Warner Classics

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Piano solo - Verschenen op 15 maart 2019 | Sony Classical

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Klassiek - Verschenen op 2 oktober 2020 | Warner Classics

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Klassiek - Verschenen op 9 april 2021 | Warner Classics

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World famous mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato and conductor-pianist Yannick Nézet-Séguin join forces to take on one of the most brilliant song cycles ever written: Schubert's Winterreise. DiDonato, however, casts a different light on this beloved cycle of 24 songs in telling their story from the perspective of the woman, the lost love. Nancy Plum, from Town Topics (Princeton) writes: "The question of what happened to the woman who sent the narrator on a tortuous journey was not answered in the Wilhelm Müller poetry from which Schubert drew the text, but DiDonato created a scenario onstage of being that woman, reading from the narrator's journal and responding to the inherent despair". "What stood out was the heavy emotion that came through in her singing, as she lingered on a syllable here, pressed her tone there. She created vivid feelings with her contrasts", wrote The New York Classical Review about Joyce Didonato's interpretation. © Warner Classics
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Liederen (Duitsland) - Verschenen op 5 maart 2021 | Deutsche Grammophon (DG)

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If the global pandemic allows it, the young baritone Andrès Schuen is expected in Papageno (The Magic Flute) at the Vienna Opera in spring 2021. He will be Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro) at the Aix-en-Provence Festival in the summer of the same year, and then Guglielmo (Cosi fan tutte) at the Salzburg festival.Hailing from the Italian Tyrol, close by Austria, Andrès Schuen has a solid CV. He studied song under Wolfgang Holzmair and Brigitte Fassbaender, and lieder under Daniel Heide. It is the latter that he has chosen again as a partner for this new album dedicated to the Schöne Müllerin (The Beautiful Miller) by Franz Schubert after the great success of their album Wanderer released in 2018.His fine, youthful and manly timbre works wonders throughout this cycle. It is a voyage through the joy and hope of youth, a joy soon tarnished by the cruel disillusionments of life. In the manner of an actor, and above all, a storyteller, Schuen gradually goes from laughter to tears and resignation. His style is unaffected, with a probity and simplicity that pleases. Accustomed to the Schubertiades of his neighbouring Schwarzenberg which he often visits, Andrès Schuen is supported by the attentive but somewhat matte piano playing of Daniel Heide, specialist in lieder and accompanist to the greatest voices of the day. © François Hudry/Qobuz
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Kamermuziek - Verschenen op 29 september 2009 | PentaTone

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Piano solo - Verschenen op 8 september 2017 | Deutsche Grammophon (DG)

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With his 60th birthday approaching, the Polish pianist Krystian Zimerman thought it was time “to find the courage for works such as these and the last Beethoven sonatas. I’ve played these pieces for 30 years, but always feared them tremendously because of my unbelievable respect for the composers. Perhaps I worried that if I left them any longer, it would be too late.” Zimerman has used a normal piano, but fitted with a keyboard made by himself, designed to create qualities Schubert would have known in his instruments. Compared to a modern grand piano, the hammer strikes a different point of the string, enhancing its ability to sustain a singing sound – though it does also set up different overtones and the piano might sound strangely tuned. Also, the action is lighter. On a modern grand piano the many repeated notes in Schubert could turn into Prokofiev. According to Zimmerman, these two last Sonatas contribute significantly to our view of Schubert’s greatness, as “he switches into a different gear, daring radically to use new ideas in harmony and polyphony. Compared to his earlier sonatas, they could almost be by another composer.” The album was recorded in January 2016.
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Kamermuziek - Verschenen op 13 november 2020 | PentaTone

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After their multi-award-winning album "Aus der Ferne", the Signum Quartett continues their Schubert journey with "Ins stille Land", another recording that explores the fascinating connections between his string quartets and songs, the latter arranged for string quartet by Xandi van Dijk, the ensemble’s violist. The concept for this recording project grew out of the Schubertiad, where chamber music and vocal works would be heard side by side in an intimate setting. Many of the songs and quartets featured on "Ins stille Land" share a fascination for death, but death as a final journey that ultimately offers consolation. While the song "Ins stille Land" fully epitomizes this idea, the world famous “Death and the Maiden” quartet is the album’s centrepiece. © Pentatone
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Klassiek - Verschenen op 7 februari 2020 | harmonia mundi

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French pianist Adam Laloum is joining prestigious label harmonia mundi for a new album dedicated to Schubert. The album is an example of this young artist’s attractiveness. Laloum makes his piano sing and offers an intensely melancholic poetic vision with a personal and smooth touch. Lesser known than Schubert’s last three sonatas, the Sonata in G major, D. 894 is one of the few pieces published when the composer was still alive. Schumann saw it as his most perfect work and Liszt loved it. The Sonata in C minor, D. 958 was edited ten years after Schubert’s death. It was composed in the fall of 1928, a few weeks before the musician’s death from syphilis. The piece is infused with Schubert’s doubts, demons and fear of his upcoming death. Adam Laloum wonderfully translates the fraternal spirit of dear Franz Schubert, who almost seems to apologize for the piece’s severity, by adding glimpses of bright recklessness or fatalism. © François Hudry/Qobuz
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Kwintetten - Verschenen op 3 november 2017 | Deutsche Grammophon (DG)

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It is not just a matter of showbiz that sees the names of Anne-Sophie Mutter and Daniil Trifonov written in big letters on the cover of this CD (well... even bigger than Schubert's name, but let's let that lie): in fact, they play on all the pieces in the album, and in particular the famous Trout Quintet (wiith Hwayoon Lee on the viola, Roman Patkoló on the double bass and Maximilian Hornung on the cello), but also the movement of trio D 897, "Notturno" - whose name was added by an editor, whereas it appears that this was a movement originally written for the trio in B flat then set aside - and the two Lieder adapted for violin and piano respectively, by Jascha Heifetz and Mischa Elman. First among equals, Mutter leads proceedings with both energy and a delicate touch, and it's a safe bet that although this is only the latest in a long line of recordings of this quicksilver masterpiece by Schubert, it will soon find a prominent place in the discographic hall of fame. © SM/Qobuz
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Klassiek - Verschenen op 30 oktober 2020 | Alpha

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After its recording of Dvořák’s complete chamber music with piano, the Busch Trio now tackles three works by Franz Schubert, including his famous Piano Trio No. 2. While the dying composer dedicated this masterpiece ‘to nobody, save those who find pleasure in it’, as if urging them to enjoy the life that was gradually ebbing away from him, his Notturno, D. 897 expresses an anguish and a sense of tragedy that makes it one of the most eloquent examples of Romantic lyricism. Schubert’s early period is represented by his very first piece for piano and strings, the single-movement Sonatensatz D. 28, which he composed at the age of fifteen. Written following the youthful Schubert’s expulsion from the Imperial Choir School in Vienna after his voice broke (he lost his mother the same year), this piece, still heavily influenced by Classicism, offers a troubling counterpoint to the works of his Romantic maturity, which reflect both the joy of creation and the suffering wrought by illness. © Alpha Classics
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Piano solo - Verschenen op 20 november 2020 | Avie Records

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Both on the concert platform and in the recording studio, pianist Daniel-Ben Pienaar is a completist. Following complete cycles of piano sonatas by Beethoven and Mozart, he presents here 12 great piano sonatas by Franz Schubert – the composer’s 11 finished sonatas and the seminal fragment D. 840. Pienaar relishes in these revelatory works, their extraordinarily detailed possibilities of characterisation, their call for immense energy and abandon, and navigating the vast dreamscapes that unfold in the course of this six-hour musical journey. © AVIE Records