℗ 2004 Naxos
Released May 4, 2004
Duration 1h 09m 10s
Record Label Naxos
Catalogue No. 8.557189
Genre Classical (Instrumental)
 

Schubert: Piano Sonatas No. 5, 7a, 11, 12

Gottlieb Wallisch

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Sonata No. 5 in A-Flat Major, D. 557  
1.1
Allegro moderato
Franz Schubert; Gottlieb Wallisch
3:40
1.2
Andante
Franz Schubert; Gottlieb Wallisch
3:31
1.3
Allegro
Franz Schubert; Gottlieb Wallisch
4:21
Sonata No. 7a in D-Flat Major, D. 567 (incomplete)  
1.4
Allegro moderato
Franz Schubert; Gottlieb Wallisch
8:49
1.5
Andante molto
Franz Schubert; Gottlieb Wallisch
5:20
1.6
Allegretto
Franz Schubert; Gottlieb Wallisch
7:40
Sonata No. 11 in C Major, D. 613 / 612 (fragment)  
1.7
Moderato
Franz Schubert; Gottlieb Wallisch
5:54
1.8
Adagio (D. 612)
Franz Schubert; Gottlieb Wallisch
3:49
1.9
(Allegretto)
Franz Schubert; Gottlieb Wallisch
5:21
Sonata No. 12 in F Minor, D. 625 / 505 (fragment)  
1.10
Allegro
Franz Schubert; Gottlieb Wallisch
6:40
1.11
Scherzo. Allegretto
Franz Schubert; Gottlieb Wallisch
4:36
1.12
Adagio (D. 505)
Franz Schubert; Gottlieb Wallisch
3:35
1.13
Allegro
Franz Schubert; Gottlieb Wallisch
5:54
Digital Booklet
"... Wallisch's solid technique and sound musicianship operate on a high level and benefit from Naxos's top-notch engineering ... highly recommended for Schubertians of every stripe." - ClassicsToday.com This solo recital from pianist Gottlieb Wallisch, recorded in 2002, features Schubert's Piano Sonata, the incomplete Piano Sonata No. 7a and fragments from two other sonatas. They are among his most daring and puzzling surviving works, experiments in composition that push the limits of thematic material within the traditional sonata form.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at Potton Hall, Suffolk, 4th-5th November 2002 Producer: Andrew Walton (K&A Productions Ltd.) Sound Engineer: Mike Clements Post-Production: Peter Newble/Andrew Walton (K&A Productions Ltd.) Booklet Notes: Gottlieb Wallisch Cover Painting: The Path on the Edge of the Wood (c.1851) by Johann Wilhelm Schirmer (1807-63) (Bridgeman Art Library)
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-2.54
-5.93 to 0.00
-24.38
-27.23 to -21.78
14
12 to 16
1
Allegro moderato
-1.82-21.7812
2
Andante
0.00-22.1312
3
Allegro
-2.08-23.1413
4
Allegro moderato
-3.59-24.4214
5
Andante molto
-2.49-26.1616
6
Allegretto
-3.09-23.8713
7
Moderato
-2.99-25.1614
8
Adagio (D. 612)
-5.93-27.2313
9
(Allegretto)
-0.96-24.3514
10
Allegro
-3.38-24.5613
11
Scherzo. Allegretto
-2.29-24.7515
12
Adagio (D. 505)
-4.14-26.5014
13
Allegro
-0.29-22.8314

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