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Schubert: Sonata In B-Flat Major D. 960 / Allegretto In C Minor, D. 915 / Impromptu In A-flat, D. 935, No. 2

Richard Goode

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Sonata in B-Flat Major, D. 960 (Op. Posth.)  
1.1
Molto moderato
Franz Schubert; Richard Goode
13:55
1.2
Andante sostenuto
Franz Schubert; Richard Goode
11:03
1.3
Scherzo (Allegro vivace con delicatezza) -Trio
Franz Schubert; Richard Goode
4:08
1.4
Allegro ma non troppo
Franz Schubert; Richard Goode
7:43
1.5
Allegretto in C minor, D. 915
Franz Schubert; Richard Goode
5:43
1.6
Impromptu in A-Flat major, D. 935, No. 2 (Op. 142, No. 2)
Franz Schubert; Richard Goode
7:21
Total Playing Time    49:53
The last of the final piano trilogy composed by Schubert, the B-flat Sonata is one of the most celebrated and respected in the composer's oeuvre. Richard Goode, whose interpretations of Schubert were praised by the New York Times as having "both integrity and immediacy," performs this final work here.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Nonesuch Studio Masters

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