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Forum Rules. Remember Me? What's New? Results 1 to 8 of 8. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. However, in addition of a modest title, those "Three late piano pieces" do not seem to be given the same favours than the aforementioned late Schubert's pieces. I find it hard to find interprets playing them regularly, either the three of them or individually. Maybe because they have to be considered as an unfinished cycle of impromptus, thus condemned to remain in the complete ones' shadow?
I find each of them musically as interesting as other impromptus, and at least as colourful. I am currently working on the 2nd piece Allegretto in E flat major: a Sturm und Drang concentrate, beautiful modulations What is your opinion about this cycle of Drei Klavierstücke (Impromptus) D. 946 - Schubert* Anyone has ever worked on them? I love D. I love the playful way it begins and its consequent shifts in mood. I view them as impromptus, alongside D. For me the second one is a favourite.
Were they really intended to be part of a larger collection? Are they really cyclical? Over the past few years we've had a lot of really fabulous performances of these pieces on modern pianos, I'm thinking of Wirssaladze, Sokolov, Ranki, Kocsis.
I've never heard them on an authentic piano, I'm not sure if anyone's recorded them, that will be revealing I think. Last edited by Mandryka; Jan at Thanks Mandryka for your suggestions! I was using Brendel and Pollini versions as a reference until now. Sokolov indeed does a great job with the pieces, he has the right tempo in my opinion. I have just listened to extracts on Youtube. Originally Posted by Mandryka.
Last edited by chesapeake bay; Oct at Biwa liked this post. And Staier, Badura Skoda is interesting I think I really think that performances like this show that people who play modern pianos should keep their mitts off Schubert. Last edited by Mandryka; Oct at I agree, I was surprised by how different this sounds on a period instrument and after listening a few times I'm not sure I care to listen to this on a modern piano anymore.
For me, this is quintessential late Schubert. Wipeout (Original Mix) - Louk + Busho - Wipeout then, virtually every piece of music that Schubert wrote Jörg Demus - Klaviermusik Auf Originalinstrument the D.
On period piano, in addition to Paul Badura-Skoda's superb Genuin recording, which Mandryka mentions, there's also a D. I heard him play them in concert in the late s at Carnegie Hall, and the music made a strong impression on me, one that I've Patti Boulaye - Disco Dancer forgotten as I couldn't get the music out of my head for days after the concert.
This is one instance where I'd be hesitant to claim that Brendel's recording for Philips is superior to his later digital remake. Both recordings are wonderful, and the D. For me, it was one of the highlights of Brendel's 2nd digital Schubert survey for Philips. Personally, I'd rather listen to either of Brendel's D.
Although I do agree that too many modern pianists turn D into a Drei Klavierstücke (Impromptus) D. 946 - Schubert*, louder, Jörg Demus - Klaviermusik Auf Originalinstrument outsized showy work than Schubert obviously intended, once you've heard it played on a period piano.
But I don't see Brendel as guilty of that. Her view of the music is very different from Brendel's, as she finds sadder, more tragic, unsettling elements in the score, and isn't afraid to emphasize them or bring them to the forefront. It's always nice to have two such different interpretations of music of this extraordinary quality. Last edited by Josquin13; Oct at Replies: 10 Last Post: May, SS Replies: 21 Last Post: Oct, Replies: 16 Last Post: Jun, Schubert D.
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