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Schubert (Re)inventions

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Guitar Quartet, D. 96 (after W. Matiegka's Notturno, Op. 21)  
1
I. Moderato
Franz Schubert; Ensemble Paladino
10:26
2
II. Menuetto
Franz Schubert; Ensemble Paladino
5:33
3
III. Lento e patetico
Franz Schubert; Ensemble Paladino
6:41
4
IV. Zingara
Franz Schubert; Ensemble Paladino
3:07
5
V. Theme and Variations
Franz Schubert; Ensemble Paladino
9:42
Arpeggione Sonata in A Minor, D. 821 (arr. for cello and guitar)  
6
I. Allegro moderato
Franz Schubert; Martin Rummel; Alberto Mesirca
11:44
7
II. Adagio -
Franz Schubert; Martin Rummel; Alberto Mesirca
4:47
8
III. Allegretto
Franz Schubert; Martin Rummel; Alberto Mesirca
9:14
9
Ungarische Melodie, D. 817 (arr. A. Gilardino and A. Mesirca for guitar)
Franz Schubert; Alberto Mesirca
3:28
Piano Sonata No. 18 in G Major, Op. 78, D. 894  
10
III. Menuetto: Allegro moderato (arr. F. Tarrega for guitar)
Franz Schubert; Alberto Mesirca
5:07
1
Der Alpenjager, D. 588 (from F.X. von Schlechta's manuscript, ed. S. Hackl)
Franz Schubert; Ursula Langmayr; Alberto Mesirca
6:07
2
Auf dem Wasser zu singen, Op. 72, D. 774 (from F.X. von Schlechta's manuscript, ed. S. Hackl)
Franz Schubert; Ursula Langmayr; Alberto Mesirca
3:57
3
Drang in die Ferne, Op. 71, D. 770 (from F.X. von Schlechta's manuscript, ed. S. Hackl)
Franz Schubert; Ursula Langmayr; Alberto Mesirca
3:10
4
Der Jungling am Bache, D. 638a (3rd setting) (from F.X. von Schlechta's manuscript, ed. S. Hackl)
Franz Schubert; Ursula Langmayr; Alberto Mesirca
3:07
5
Nachtstuck, Op. 36, No. 2, D. 672 (from F.X. von Schlechta's manuscript, ed. S. Hackl)
Franz Schubert; Ursula Langmayr; Alberto Mesirca
6:00
Rosamunde, D. 797  
6
Romance, Der vollmond strahlt (The Full Moon Shines) (from F.X. von Schlechta's manuscript, ed. S. Hackl)
Franz Schubert; Ursula Langmayr; Alberto Mesirca
3:49
7
Schafers Klagelied, Op. 3, No. 1, D. 121b (from F.X. von Schlechta's manuscript, ed. S. Hackl)
Franz Schubert; Ursula Langmayr; Alberto Mesirca
3:20
8
Sehnsucht (Die Scheibe friert), Op. 105, No. 4, D. 879 (from F.X. von Schlechta's manuscript, ed. S. Hackl)
Franz Schubert; Ursula Langmayr; Alberto Mesirca
3:07
9
Wandrers Nachtlied I, Op. 4, No. 3, D. 224 (from F.X. von Schlechta's manuscript, ed. S. Hackl)
Franz Schubert; Ursula Langmayr; Alberto Mesirca
1:40
10
Wehmut, Op. 22, No. 2, D. 772 (from F.X. von Schlechta's manuscript, ed. S. Hackl)
Franz Schubert; Ursula Langmayr; Alberto Mesirca
2:49
11
Der Tod und das Madchen, Op. 7, No. 3, D. 531 (arr. N. Coste and T. Hoppstock for voice and guitar)
Franz Schubert; Ursula Langmayr; Alberto Mesirca
2:30
12
Nachtgesang, D. 314 (arr. N. Coste and T. Hoppstock for voice and guitar)
Franz Schubert; Ursula Langmayr; Alberto Mesirca
2:53
13
Lob der Tranen, Op. 13, No. 2, D. 711 (arr. J.K. Mertz for guitar)
Franz Schubert; Alberto Mesirca
3:41
Winterreise in Op. 89, D. 911  
14
No. 13. Die Post (arr. J.K. Mertz for guitar)
Franz Schubert; Alberto Mesirca
3:51
Schwanengesang, D. 957  
15
No. 1. Liebesbotschaft
Franz Schubert; Alberto Mesirca
3:09
16
No. 4. Standchen
Franz Schubert; Alberto Mesirca
4:12
17
No. 5. Aufenthalt
Franz Schubert; Alberto Mesirca
3:07
18
No. 10. Das Fischermadchen
Franz Schubert; Alberto Mesirca
2:33
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    2:12:51
Ensemble Paladino, a mixed group of string, wind and keyboard players based throughout Central Europe, presents this unique view on works by Schubert (Arpeggione Sonata and 18 Lieder) and Schubert's (re)invented version of Matiegka's Notturno for guitar, flute, viola and cello. All renowned soloists and recording artists in their own right, the ensemble draws upon the rich experiences of each player, making it both a democratic and organic structure.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Paladino Music Studio Masters

Recording Date: September 2014
Recording Venue: Teatro Accademico, Castelfranco Veneto/Italy
Engineer: Andrea de Marchi
Producers: ric Lamb (D 821), Alberto Mesirca
Booklet Text: Alberto Mesirca, Martin Rummel
Photos: Giulio Favotto
Graphic Design: Brigitte Fröhlich

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