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Schubert: Schwanengesang D. 957 - Piano Sonata D. 960

Matthias Goerne, Christoph Eschenbach

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Schwanengesang D. 957  
1
I. Liebesbotschaft
Franz Schubert; Matthias Goerne; Christoph Eschenbach
3:22
2
II. Kriegers Ahnung
Franz Schubert; Matthias Goerne; Christoph Eschenbach
4:40
3
III. Frühlingssehnsucht
Franz Schubert; Matthias Goerne; Christoph Eschenbach
3:26
4
IV. Ständchen
Franz Schubert; Matthias Goerne; Christoph Eschenbach
4:20
5
V. Aufenthalt
Franz Schubert; Matthias Goerne; Christoph Eschenbach
3:02
6
Herbst D. 945
Franz Schubert; Matthias Goerne; Christoph Eschenbach
4:08
7
VI. In der Ferne
Franz Schubert; Matthias Goerne; Christoph Eschenbach
6:33
8
VII. Abschied
Franz Schubert; Matthias Goerne; Christoph Eschenbach
4:27
9
VIII. Der Atlas
Franz Schubert; Matthias Goerne; Christoph Eschenbach
2:06
10
IX. Ihr Bild
Franz Schubert; Matthias Goerne; Christoph Eschenbach
3:47
11
X. Das Fischermädchen
Franz Schubert; Matthias Goerne; Christoph Eschenbach
2:33
12
XI. Die Stadt
Franz Schubert; Matthias Goerne; Christoph Eschenbach
3:07
13
XII. Am Meer
Franz Schubert; Matthias Goerne; Christoph Eschenbach
5:01
14
XIII. Der Doppelgänger
Franz Schubert; Matthias Goerne; Christoph Eschenbach
6:25
15
XIV. Die Taubenpost
Franz Schubert; Matthias Goerne; Christoph Eschenbach
4:23
Piano Sonata D.960 in B Flat Major  
16
I. Molto moderato
Franz Schubert; Christoph Eschenbach
21:13
17
II. Andante sostenuto
Franz Schubert; Christoph Eschenbach
13:24
18
III. Scherzo. Allegro vivace con delicatezza
Franz Schubert; Christoph Eschenbach
4:52
19
IV. Allegro, ma non troppo
Franz Schubert; Christoph Eschenbach
9:47
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Total Playing Time    1:50:36
Matthias Goerne continues a Schubert survey that has already established him as one of the most fantastically gifted exponents of the song repertoire; Goerne does not ‘interpret’ Schubert, he lives each lied from the inside and invites the listener to share this poetic and musical intimacy without ever falling into the trap of overstatement.

This sixth volume in the series also features an unforgettable performance of Schubert’s last piano sonata by one of the baritone’s favourite partners, Christoph Eschenbach. This ‘second swansong’ reveals hitherto unexplored resonances under his expert fingers.
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