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Franz Schubert: Piano Works, Vol. 8

Paul Berkowitz

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4 Impromptus, D. 899 (Op. 90)  
No. 1 in C Minor. Allegro molto moderato
Franz Schubert; Paul Berkowitz
No. 2 in E Flat Major. Allegro
Franz Schubert; Paul Berkowitz
No. 3 in G Flat Major. Andante
Franz Schubert; Paul Berkowitz
No. 4 in A Flat Major. Allegretto
Franz Schubert; Paul Berkowitz
4 Impromptus, D. 935 (Op. 142)  
No. 1 in F minor. Allegro moderato
Franz Schubert; Paul Berkowitz
No. 2 in A Flat Major. Allegretto
Franz Schubert; Paul Berkowitz
No. 3 in B Flat Major. Theme and Variations
Franz Schubert; Paul Berkowitz
No. 4 in F Minor. Allegro scherzando
Franz Schubert; Paul Berkowitz
Total Playing Time    71:12
“in the royal class of Schubert interpreters.”
- Sunday Times

Canadian pianist Paul Berkowitz performs Schubert's famous sets of Impromptus on this release for Meridian Records, marking the eighth volume of his ongoing Schubert series. All composed in 1827, these short pieces were experimental, adventurous, and highly expressive for their time, with each seeming to create its own musical world, vividly brought to life by Berkowitz.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Meridian Records Studio Masters

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