Schubert: Piano Sonatas D 959 & 960

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Schubert: Piano Sonatas D 959 & 960 - Vinyl Record

by Krystian Zimerman

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Product Code:
UNIM-DEU-2043
Label/Make:
Deutsche Grammophon
Genre/Model:
Classical
Description:
180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed
UPC:
028947982043
Legendary Polish pianist in his first solo album for DG for over twenty-five years. Revelatory readings of Piano Sonatas D959 & D960, Schubertís last major compositions for the piano before his death aged thirty-one. Recorded at the Kashiwazaki City Performing Arts Centre in Japan in January 2016. Krystian performed these last two eternal masterworks intensely over the last few years to highest critical acclaim. This album is set to take its place among the great Schubert recordings.
LP 1: Piano Sonata No.20 in A, D.959
1. Allegro (Original Version)
2. Andantino (Original Version)
3. Scherzo Allegro Vivace (Original Version)
4. Rondo Allegretto (Original Version)

LP 2: Piano Sonata No.21 in B Flat, D.960
1. Molto Moderato (Original Version)
2. Andante Sostenuto (Original Version)
3. Scherzo Allegro Vivace Con Delicatezza (Original Version)
4. Allegro Ma Non Troppo (Original Version)

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