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Schubert’s Sonatas with Elisabeth Leonskaja

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Elisabeth Leonskaja in the last recital of the Schubert Sonatas Cycle, which coincides with the completion of her recording of the full series.

The incomplete youthful Sonata in C major composed by eighteen-year-old Schubert is followed by another unfinished Sonata, in F minor, written three years later, and completed by pianists Paul Badura-Skoda and Martino Tirimo in their respective editions. The meditative last Sonata in B-flat major crowns the cycle. A momentous meeting between a great Romantic composer and a superb pianist.

 
- Franz Schubert: Sonata in C major, D. 279

                           Sonata in F minor, D. 625

                           Sonata in B-flat major, D. 960


Elisabeth Leonskaja piano

 
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