Schubert (Berio’s Rendering, D959, Winterreise)

2009/10/25 at 16:48 Leave a comment

Ornitologia 2009-10-25Com a chegada do tempo frio o Ornitologia dedica um programa a Franz Schubert (1797 – 1828). Em escuta, Rendering para Orquestra que Luciano Berio escreveu sobe os esboços da 10ª Sinfonia de Schubert, a Sonata para piano em Lá maior D959 por Wilhelm Kempff e o ciclo Winterreise por Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau e Jörg Demus.

Franz Schubert (1797 – 1828) is one of the Autumn/Winter official composers and this episode is dedicated to him. On the playlist there is Rendering for Orchestra that Luciano Berio wrote using the sketches of the unfinished Shubert’s 10th Symphony, the Piano Sonata D959 by Wilhelm Kempff and the lieder cycle Winterreise by Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and Jörg Demus.

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1. Schubert/Berio – Rendering for Orchestra, II movement – Jonathan Nott & Bamberg Symphony Orchestra (Tudor)
2. Schubert – Piano Sonata In A, D 959, 3. Scherzo/ Allegro Vivace – Wilhelm Kempff, piano (Polydor)
3. Schubert – Winterreise, D 911, 1. Gute Nacht, Fremd Bin Ich Eingezogen – Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone; Jörg Demus, piano (Deutsche Grammophon)


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