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Schubert: Sonatas D. 894 & D. 958

Adam Laloum

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Piano sonata in G Major, D. 894 "Fantaisie"  
I. Molto moderato e cantabile
Franz Schubert; Adam Laloum
II. Andante
Franz Schubert; Adam Laloum
III. Menuetto. Allegro moderato - Trio
Franz Schubert; Adam Laloum
IV. Allegretto
Franz Schubert; Adam Laloum
Sonata in C Minor, D. 958  
I. Allegro
Franz Schubert; Adam Laloum
II. Adagio
Franz Schubert; Adam Laloum
III. Menuetto. Allegro - Trio
Franz Schubert; Adam Laloum
IV. Allegro
Franz Schubert; Adam Laloum
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    73:51
Barely two years separate the monumental Sonata in G (October 1826) from its sister in C minor (September 1828), the first of a trilogy composed on the threshold of death, which was to win the struggle a few weeks later. Two years – and a whole world! Rarely presented together, these two Schubert masterpieces are key works in the repertoire, but also in the aesthetic explorations of Adam Laloum, who here makes his first recording for harmonia mundi.
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